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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
Arnold Schwartzenegger and 154 others file to "terminate" Governor Gray Davis in a recall election.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


And a man accused of going on a three-day killing spree is captured and in a Roanoke hospital.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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[11Flooding]


[ANCHOR=brent]
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[WRITER=rle]
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[OUT OF WX PRO] [AS PART OF HELLO!!!!!!!!]

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Vinton;]

Last night, flooding closed several roads in our region. Eastern Roanoke County, Southern Botetourt County, Western Bedford County and Vinton were some of the hardest-hit areas. Routes 24, 460, and many low-lying roads in Vinton were flooded overnight.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
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Police say a man accused in an Ohio double homicide shot a West Virginia sheriff's deputy, his 18-year-old daughter and himself before being captured.
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[TAKE MAP FS]
John Richard Mayhew's three-day run from the law ended in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, last night.
Police say it began in Ohio, where he shot and killed his former wife and fiance on Thursday, then took his daughter hostage.
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She died after being taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital last night.
Mayhew is in critical condition at the same hospital.
The Greenbrier County sheriff's deputy was shot in the chest but is expected to recover.


[Recall]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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More than 150 names could be on the ballot in California's recall election.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA;]


The secretary of state now says 155 people filed to run before last night's deadline.
Republican candidate Arnold Schwartzenegger is already showing political muscle.
Other contenders range from the serious to the bizarre...
Among the 155 names are Republican Bill Simon, who ran for governor in the last election, political commentator Arianna Huffington and Lieutenant Governor Cruz Bustamante -- the only Democrat on the ballot.
Voters have two months to decide if they should recall Governor Gray Davis.
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[11Henry-Night]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=03-21 TC-1:31:25]
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A record crowd gathered for this year's "Night Out" in Henry County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co./Tuesday;]

On Tuesday, the sheriff's office hosted a picnic for police and the community to get to know each other. This is the fourth year the sheriff's office has hosted the event, which is also held on the same night in communities all across the country. In Henry County, more than four thousand people turned out for the celebration.
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[SOT 23:54:06]
[IN Q=OVER THE YEARS ]
[SUPER=01-Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Department;]

((KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: OVER THE YEARS WE'VE USED CALENDAR MONEY, FROM A YEARLY CALENDAR, WE'VE USED DONATIONS, THAT HAVE TRICKLED IN AT DIFFERENT TIMES, THIS YEAR WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO USE THE CARNIVAL PROCEEDS FROM THAT, A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO WAS APPLIED TO THIS AND THIS YEAR WE'RE LUCKY TO HAVE SOME GRANT FUNDS, COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING TYPE GRANTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE AND THAT'S BASICALLY WHAT YOU SEE HERE, COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING. ))
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[OUT Q=COMMUNITY ORIENTING POLICING. ]
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Organizers say all the donations, grants and fundraisers helped make this year's "Night Out" in Henry County the best yet.
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[11Ashby-Benefit]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=03-31 TC-43:26]
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A fundraiser in Salem this weekend is proving that good deeds come in all sizes.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Yesterday;]

25 year old Jessee Ashby was diagnosed with a brain tumor two years ago, and has undergone chemotherapy and radiation treatments at Duke for about 18 months. To help out with medical expenses, friends and family organized a large yard sale, where shoppers could bid on anything from a tiny trinket to a vacation package.
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[IN Q=We started out...]

((CATHY ASHBY; WE STARTED OUT WITH JUST A BIG YARD SALE, AND IT GOT BIGGER THAN WE ANTICIPATED. WITH THE PROCEEDS, WE WILL CERTAINLY USE IT FOR JESSEE'S INSURANCE AND MEDICATION AND DOCTOR BILLS. AND I THINK IT'S BEEN VERY GOOD FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE, FOR US TO FEEL LIKE A LOT OF GOOD HAS BEEN DONE TO HELP EACH OTHER.))
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[OUT Q=help each other.]
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Organizers have been working for about three months planning the benefit. The event continues today until four p-m.
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[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=Health Check II tc 1:56:04]
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In health review,
Congress considers allowing drug imports --to reduce the cost of medications.
And the CDC says more people are getting infected with HIV.
Joy Sutton has details.
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[IN Q=Last year more than]
[SUPER=01-Pam Meador/Council of Community Services; :19]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Jean Smith/ Infectious Disease Specialist; :41]
[SUPER=01-Shannon Abell/LOA Area Agency on Aging; 1:00]
[SUPER=01-Allison Lucas/DownHome Pharmacy; 1:25]
[SUPER=07-Christopher Gauss; 1:54]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Ricki Halling/Family Eyecare of Roanoke; 2:07]
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Last year more than 42-thousand Americans were infected with HIV --that's up two-point-two percent from the year before.
Pam Meador works at the Council of Community Services in Roanoke and thinks the increase reflects a growing complacency about the dangers of AIDS.
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((I THINK THROUGH THE YEARS PEOPLE HAVE GOTTEN TIRED OF WEARING CONDOMS. PEOPLE ARE TIRED OF BEING PREACHED TO THEM. WITH THE YOUNGER AGE GROUP THAT IS COMING UP THEY HAVEN'T SEEN ANYONE PASS AWAY FROM AIDS COMPLICATIONS.)) [RUNS15]
But the CDC reports that could be changing. ((THEY BECOME RESISTANT TO ALL OF OUR CURRENTLY AVAILABLE MEDICATIONS AND SO WE ARE SEEING SOME PEOPLE WHO ARE BEGINNING TO DO POORLY. )) [RUNS07]
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In other health news,
The house has passed a bill that its supporters say will help senior pay for their prescription by making it possible for them to import drugs from other countries.
But some say this is not a good solution.
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[SOT1:20]
[IN Q=I think the biggest issue is that we need a true]

(( THINK THE BIGGEST ISSUE IS THAT WE NEED A TRUE PRESCRIPTION DRUG CARD I THINK BY SAYING THIS WILL REDUCE THE COST OF MEDICINE IN THE COUNTRY I THINK CONGRESS IS SIDE STEPPING THE ISSUE OF TRYING TO PROVIDE A TRUE DRUG CARD COVERAGE FOR THE SENIORS )) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=card coverage for the seniors]


Pharmacist Allison Lucas says one of the reason medications cost more in the U-S is because of manufacturing standards.
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[SOT 17:53]
[IN Q=I think you have to pay for thsoe type of assurances]

((I THINK YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR THOSE TYPE OF ASSURANCES. SO YOU'RE PAYING FOR THAT LABOR FORCE. AND JUST BECAUSE THE MANUFACTURES HAVE TO GET TO A CERTAIN LEVEL OR STANDARD)) [RUNS18]
[OUT Q=to a certain level or standard]

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And finally in medical news, The next time your at the beach or outside don't just slap on the sunscreen -- remember to wear sunglasses as well.
U-V rays can cause damage to your eyes. That's what happened to Christopher Gauss (Gouse).
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[SOT 9:24:09]
[IN Q=I had seent he yellow callusses in my]

((I HAD SEEN THE YELLOW CALLUSES IN MY EYES AND I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE)) [RUNS05]
[OUT Q=what they were]


Optometrist Ricki Halling says sun damage is very common --and how severe it is depends on the amount of U-V exposure.
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[SOT9:47:55]
[IN Q=Tanning baes are the actually worst perpetrators]

((TANNING BEDS ARE ACTUALLY THE WORST PERPETRATORS OF IT. MEN AND WOMEN WHO DON'T WEAR GOGGLES CAN DO A LOT OF DAMAGE NOT JUST TO FRONT OF THE EYE BUT ON THE BACK)) [RUNS13]
[OUT Q=but on the back]


Halling says if its severe enough it can lead to vision problems and will require surgery to remove it.
She says to protect your eyes, wear sunglasses with a 100-percent U-V protection.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.

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[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-35 TC-13:14]
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It was a classic day on Smith Mountain Lake as antique boats made waves with water lovers.
And as Jennifer Wishon shows us, there's a lot of appreciation for vintage vessels.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Smith Mountain Lake; :00]
[SUPER=01-John Reith/Antique Boat Club Vice-President; :08]
[SUPER=01-Leigh Conrad/Boat Owner;]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; 1:30]
[SUPER=01-Don Smith/Antique Boat Club Director; 1:38]
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((((NATS OF MOTOR IN LEIGH'S BOAT)) The vessels on display at Smith Mountain Lake Saturday reminded hundreds of onlookers of time gone by.
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[SOT 17:57:14:07]
[IN Q=An antique]

((JOHN REITH: AN ANTIQUE GENERALLY IS CONSIDERED A BOAT THAT WAS BUILT PREVIOUS TO WORLD WAR II AND AFTER WWII WE KIND OF PUT THOSE INTO WHAT WE CALL CLASSICS. VERY OFTEN THE 50'S AND 60'S CONSTITUTE THE CLASSICS))
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[OUT Q=the classics]


Members of the Antique and Classic Boat Club hosted the 13th annual event. And boat owners traveled from all across the east coast to showcase their classic treasures.
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((NAT SOUND OF COLLIAPHONE))
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[IN Q=We have a]

((DON SMITH: WE HAVE A THING WE'VE NEVER HAD BEFORE AND THAT IS A MAN FROM NEW JERSEY THAT HAS BROUGHT A MODEL T TRUCK WITH A COLLIAPHONE BEHIND IT AND IT PLAYS MUSIC AND HE'S RIDING AROUND AND IT'S JUST A VERY FESTIVE DAY.))
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[OUT Q=very festive day]
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[IN Q=This is the last]

((LEIGH CONRAD: THIS IS THE LAST OF THE MAHOGANIES THAT THEY BUILT IN 68.))
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[OUT Q=built in 68]

Leigh Conrad says Phyleigh, his Sentry Coronodo, is his pride and joy. And he tells the story about particular day on the Potomac River when an onlooker got an eyeful.
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[IN Q=Out of the corner]

((OUT OF THE CORNER OF MY EYE I SAW THIS BOAT PULLING UP ALONG KIND OF CLOSE AND I DIDN'T PAY TOO MUCH ATTENTION - HE WAS JUST STARING- AND THE NEXT THING YOU KNOW HE HIT MY SIDE, HE HIT THE STARBOARD SIDE AND RICOCHETED OFF AND WE BOTH STOPPED AND HE SAID I COULD NOT STOP STARING AND I RAN RIGHT IN TO YOU.))
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Some of the boats]

((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: SOME OF THE BOATS HERE WERE MANUFACTURED AS EARLY AS THE 1930'S, AND FOR MANY ENTHUSIASTS, THEIR INTEREST IS PURELY NOSTALGIC.))
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[OUT Q=is purely nostalgic]
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[SOT 17:54:24:18]
[IN Q=Anybody that's over]

((DON SMITH: ANYBODY THAT'S OVER 40 YEARS OLD HAD SOME CONTACT OR THEIR GRANDFATHER HAD ONE OF THESE OR SOMEBODY IN THE FAMILY HAD ONE.))
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[OUT Q=family had one]
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[SOT 18:31:08:20]
[IN Q=There's just something]

((LEIGH CONRAD: THERE'S JUST SOMETHING ABOUT WOOD. I MEAN IT'S JUST THE NOSTALGIA OF IT, IT'S LIKE THE CLASSIC CARS. I THINK THAT'S WHAT IT IS.))
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[OUT Q=what it is]

No matter what it is, keeping classic boats up to speed is sure to be a hobby for many generations to come. Jennifer Wishon, News 7 Smith Mountain Lake.))

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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......
A Roanoke businessman is getting some national attention as he battles Minnesota for a Confederate flag.
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And quick thinking keeps a house fire in Bedford County from getting out of hand.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[11Bedford-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-23 TC-1:29:08]
[GRAPHIC=Fire]


A Bedford County house caught fire, but thanks to fast-thinking dispatch officers, damage was minimal.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Yesterday]

Firefighters responded to this home on Hales Ford Road in the Diamond Hill area around nine yesterday morning. The Moneta fire chief says a lot of crucial work took place before they even arrived.
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[SOT 16:00:27:13]
[IN Q=We went to automatic]

((RICKY TUCK/MONETA FIRE CHIEF: WE WENT TO AUTOMATIC DISPATCH SYSTEM ABOUT 18 MONTHS AGO AND WE GOT MULTIPLE COMPANIES IN ROUTE, GREAT RESPONSE, GREAT RESPONSE TIME I FELT LIKE. DISPATCH TOLD THE HOMEOWNERS TO CLOSE THE DOOR BEHIND THEM WHICH CONFINED THE FIRE FOR A LONG TIME TO THE ROOM OF ORIGIN.))
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[OUT Q=room of origin]
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Tuck says the fire appears to have started in the household dryer. He says the vent was most likely clogged, which is a common cause of house fires. Fire was contained to the kitchen area and a quilt that has been in the family for a hundred years was spared.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=03-25 TC-1:35:14]
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[ANCHOR TAG!!] A Roanoke businessman received some nationwide attention last night for his views on the Confederate flag. But the flag flap isn't another battle between north and south. To Chris Caveness, it's about who's history it really represents. David Schechter has the story.
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[IN Q=What's in this ]
[SUPER=03-St. Paul, MN; :00]
[SUPER=01-Chris Caveness/Roanoke Businessman; :58 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-John Guthmann/Minnesota Lawyer; 1:11]
[SUPER=01-David Schechter/CBS News; 1:23]
[SUPER=01-Gov. Tim Pawlenty/(R) Minnesota; 1:37]
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What's in this drawer in Minnesota is more than just a 140-year old Confederate flag.


It's a loaded symbol of sacrifice in both the South.
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Caveness, "It's an American flag. A southern American Flag. And it represents those soldiers who answered their nation's call to duty the same way we do today."
(( TRACK ))
And in the North... (( SOT ))
Guthmann, "To me it's a symbol of what the South was fighting for and in the hands of Minnesota, it's a symbol that t

hat idea was defeated."
(( TRACK )) The Confederate Army was strong, and gaining momentum, heading into Gettysburg-- the battle that turned the tide of the Civil War.
At a key moment, this Confederate battle flag, carried by Virginia troops, was captured by a Minnesota soldier.
now that the war's long since over, a group of Virginians says the flag is rightfully theirs... and they want Minnesot

a to give it back.
(( SOT )) Caveness, "Reasonable minds will prevail." (( TRACK ))


For five years, Virginia businessman Chris Caveness has been waging a war-of words, and letters- to bring the flag back home.
(( SOT ))


Caveness, "For us, this is a way of bringing those bodies home and honoring the memories of our forbearers." (( GUTHMANN PLAYING FIFE/ NAT ))
(( TRACK ))
But John Guthmann--a Minnesota lawyer and civil war buff-- has rebuffed every attempt by Caveness to re-capture the fl

ag.
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Guthmann, "That flag is a spoil of war, we earned that flag, giving that back would be a travesty." (( STANDUP ))
Schechter, "And if North versus South isn't enough, now the United States Army has gotten in the middle. It wants Mi
nnesota to turn the flag over to a museum it's building so the whole country can share in its story. Here in Virginia,

they say that's a great idea.
But Minnesota's governor says-- if you want the flag, come and get it."
(( SOT ))
Pawlenty, "They're not getting it. This is a flag, to not only the nation's history, but obviously Minnesota's histo

ry and heritage. We believe it's rightfully ours, and we're not giving it back." ((TRACK))
But Virginians argue it's the right thing to do. ( SOT )


Caveness, "We're brothers now. The guns have quit, the peace has fit. We're one nation."
(( TRACK ))
These days, a nation that settles its disputes not on the battlefield, but in court. And that may be the only way to bring a civil ending to this battle between the states.
David Schechter, for CBS News, St. Paul, Minnesota.))



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The flag in question belonged to a group of soldiers from Roanoke, Botetourt, Bedford, Craig and Montgomery Counties.



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[WRITER=jda]
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A downtown Roanoke renovation has served up new surroundings for 18 local artists.
Studios on the Square was once a fixture on the city market, but has found a unique home a few blocks away.
Joe Dashiell takes a closer look in this week's Virginia Profile.

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[IN Q=Each leg of this footstool]

((EACH LEG OF THIS FOOTSTOOL IS GOING TO BE A DIFFERENT ANIMAL. THIS IS THE ELEPHANT. THIS IS GOING TO BE A ZEBRA HERE.))
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[OUT Q=this is going to be a zebra here.]

Linda Atkinson has her bandsaw, rotary tools, and two tall windows with a view of Campbell Avenue. For a sculptor who often shows her work outside the Roanoke Valley, Atkinson says the sunny space keeps her connected with her hometown and fellow artists.
[SOT LINDA ATKINSON 46:40]
[IN Q=Usually there are four or five]

((LINDA ATKINSON/SCULPTOR: USUALLY THERE ARE FOUR OR FIVE DIFFERENT ARTISTS HERE AT ANY TIME WORKING. IT'S LIKE BEING BACK IN GRADUATE SCHOOL, YOU KNOW, "DEBBIE COME IN HERE TAKE A LOOK AT THIS. WHAT DO YOU THINK. I'M HAVING TROUBLE WITH THIS." WE HAVE LUNCH TOGETHER. IT'S JUST A WONDERFUL COMRADERIE YOU HAVE WITH THE OTHER ARTISTS AND THAT'S REAL BIG BENEFIT.))
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[OUT Q=and that's a real big benefit.]

Atkinson is one of 18 artists who have set up shop on the second and third floors of the Angell Building, in rooms that once welcomed guests to the former hotel. Studios on the Square moved its gallery to 126 West Campbell a year and a half ago, but the studios above were completed in the last several months.
[SOT RICHARD KURSHAN ]
[IN Q=The customers get]

((RICHARD KURSHAN/STUDIOS ON THE SQUARE: THE CUSTOMERS GET A WHOLE DIFFERENT VARIETY OF PEOPLE. THEY GET TO TALK TO THE ARTISTS, THEY REALLY GET TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE PROCESS INVOLVED IN DEVELOPING ART. AND IT GIVES US A NICE OPPORTUNITY TO BRING GOOD HIGH QUALITY CRAFTS AND ARTS TO THE COMMUNITY.))
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[OUT Q=and arts to the community.]


On a recent evening, portrait artist Robby Tatum put the finishing touches on a pastel study, while visitors enjoyed a colorful pallette of distinctive styles, and photographer Vince Lupo captured the scene for Southern Living Magazine. It's taken time for Roanokers to find the new location, but the word is getting out on a distinctive renovation and creative collaboration. Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))
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