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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... DanChem union workers are still working to strike a deal with the company
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and it isn't as easy as black and white, merging Henry county schools tackle the mascot question.
we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[11Dan-Chem]


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Striking DanChem workers and the company still aren't seeing eye-to-eye.
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Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 have been on strike since New Years Day, but leaders say morale is strong.
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[OUT Q=long as it takes]
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Union leaders say they're concerned about a proposed increase in health-care premiums that would more than double the amount under their old contract. A three-year freeze of hourly wages is also a concern, along with a change in daily shifts.
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The union submitted new proposals to the company last week and *IS* prepared to negotiate, but say they're also willing to stay on the picket line as long as it takes.
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Two Americans are dead and nearly 20-other people are dead after a car bombing in Baghdad.
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It happened today outside the headquarters of the U-S led coalition. A spokesman says at least 60-people were injured including four-American civilians and two U-S soldiers. The blast happened near an area known as the "Assassin's Gate," the entrance to a former palace of Saadam Hussein. Hundreds of Iraqis employed by the coalition use the gate as well as U-S military vehicles.
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Information about violence in Roanoke City schools will soon be more accessible.
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The Roanoke Education Association sent out a school safety survey back in November. More than two-thousand teachers and administrators were asked to fill it out. The survey questioned among other things whether discipline problems are on the rise and whether the school system supports a teacher's disciplinary actions.
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[IN Q=That information is also]

((ANITA PRICE/ROANOKE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: THAT INFORMATION IS ALSO GOING TO BE SHARED WITH THE SAFETY TASK FORCE THAT ARE IN PLACE THROUGHOUT THE CITY BECAUSE WE DO WANT TO BE ABLE TO SHARE THIS VALUABLE INFORMATION IN ORDER TO FORMULATE SOME TYPE OF STRATEGIES FOR HOW WE'RE GOING TO ADDRESS OUR CONCERNS.))
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[OUT Q=address our concerns]
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The response rate for the survey was 55-percent. The R-E-A says it will release the results to the public within the next week or so.
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[11Mascot-Issue]


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Henry County's school consolidation is raising some spirited issues.
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Next fall, the school system will reduce the number of high schools from four to two. To help ease the transition, a committee proposed a compromise on what to do with school colors and mascots. It recommended keeping something from one school while bringing something over from the closed one. The school board however rejected that plan saying it was too costly.
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The board has now agreed to re-visit the issue at its next meeting.

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The road to Super Bowl 38 ends in Houston in two weeks, but today the top four-teams in the N-F-L will be narrowed down to two.
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[TAKE 8703ESS FS - NFC Board] In Philadelphia tonight, The Carolina Panthers are looking to take the wind out of the Eagles sails. The Panthers are two years removed from a "1" - and - "15" season. Carolina running back Stephen Davis is a game-time decision because of strained quadriceps suffered last week. Philly beat Carolina 25 - 16 in late November. This is the third straight championship for the Eagles, who pulled an overtime victory last week against Green Bay to get here. Temperatures are expected to be in the low 30's for kick-off. Travis Wells will have highlights from the game tonight at 11.
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[TAKE 8701ESS FS - AFC BOARD] But first, this afternoon Indianapolis takes on New England in Foxboro. The Colts are riding two nearly perfect passing efforts by quarterback Peyton Manning to reach the championship. But the Pats take a 13 game winning streak into the game. They are a perfect 9 and 0 this season at Gillette Stadium. New England beat Indy 38 - 34 in late November.
Temperatures are expected to be around 30 for kickoff.
You can catch that game right here on your hometown station beginning at 3 o'clock.
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Travis Wells has more on the teams preps for today's championships coming up later in sports. But first, here's a look at yesterday's scores. [WIPE TO MOTION]
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[super=#555; reset][Health-Review]



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In health review, New ways to enhance your appearance from reducing wrinkles to getting rid of acne. And meet a Roanoke doctor who does house calls. Joy Sutton has details.
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[SUPER=01-Schulyer Godsey/Patient; 07]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Enrique Silberblatt/Aesthetic Surgery of Virginia; :21]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Kenneth Warrick/Carilion Dermatology & Skin Care Center; :50]
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((
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A local teenager is trying a new method to get rid of acne. It involves using light therapy.
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((IT'S AN INSECURITY FACTOR HAVING ACNE. WHEN PEOPLE TALK TO YOU'RE WORRYING ABOUT IF THEY'RE LOOK AT YOU OR THEY'RE LOOKING AT YOUR ACNE))
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Twice a week Schuyler Godsey (Sky-ler God-SEE) gets the blue light treatment.
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((WHAT THEY'VE FOUND IS THAT THERE IS A CERTAIN WAVE LENGTH OF LIGHT THAT KILLS THE BACTERIA THE CAUSES ACNE))
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Doctor Enrique Silberblatt says this option is painless with no harmful side effects. For best results most patients need a series of eight treatments followed by monthly visits. The eight sessions cost close to 7-hundred dollars.
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Looking for a way to reduce wrinkles --there's a new injectable gel on the market --giving patients an alternative to collagen injections. It's called Restylane.
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[IN Q=When injected into the second layer of skin]

((WHEN INJECTED INTO THE SECOND LAYER OF SKIN THE DERMIS. WILL HELP TO FILL IT UP PLUMP IT UP SO FINE WRINKLES, OR DEPRESSION WILL BE FILLED IN BY THIS ))
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According to the FDA, most patients only need one injection for the best results --and the results lasts about six month.
In some cases that is much longer than collagen.
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And finally in medical news,
Dr. Alice Inouye is hoping to help elderly people who can't get to a doctor's office. That's why she started Jubilee House Calls in November.
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((I THINK THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES HAS BEEN TO SEE PEOPLE THAT HAVE NEGLECTED THEIR HEALTH CARE FOR LONGS PERIODS OF TIME BECAUSE IT'S SO DIFFICULT FOR THEM TO GET IN. A LOT OF THEM HAVE SMALL COMPLAINTS THAT REALLY HINDER THEM ENJOYING WHAT TIME THEY HAVE))
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That includes attending not only to the patients medical needs but their emotional and spiritual ones as well.
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[IN Q=I think God sent her to me]

((I THINK GOD SENT HER TO ME.. I TRULY THINK THAT. I DON'T THINK I WOULD HAVE LIVED.. IF I HADN'T GOT A HOLD OF HER ))


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That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))(+++++++++)
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[Take Health Pinn FS]
If you would like more information about Jubilee House Calls call 540-265-1414.


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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... A car bombing in Iraq kills two Americans and injures twenty
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and a veteran in our are is finally paid the respect he is due.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[11War-Veteran]


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He returned from the Korean War combat without much to say about his experiences.
But this weekend, a Pittsylvania County man is being honored for his bravery and valor.
Jennifer Wishon has more on the man that proves actions speak louder than words.
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Nearly a hundred people gathered in Danville Saturday to witness a presentation that should have happened 50 years ago.
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((DAVE NEWMAN))
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But Saturday Sergeant Daniel Dalton received both the Purple Heart for a wound he suffered and the Silver Star for his bravery during the Korean War. The 73 year old says he was simply doing his job.
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Dalton earned his Silver Star after leading a group of 20 men to find their comrades who'd been ambushed and killed the day before. When Dalton's group found the enemy it was out numbered two to one - still Dalton gave the men a chance to surrender before a gun fight ensued.
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((DANIEL DALTON))
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Dalton's current battle is against his ailing health. His daughter says she's thrilled her dad was presented his awards before it was too late. Jennifer Wishon, News 7 Danville.))


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Women helping women. That was the theme of a seminar held at Hollins University this weekend.
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"The Roanoker Magazine" conducted its second women's retreat at Hollins. About 40 women attended the event which featured a number of panelists followed by group discussions.
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((JUDITH CLINE: I THINK THAT WHAT WE FOUND AS A GROUP IS THAT THERE'S SUCH A UNIVERSALITY OF WOMEN'S EXPERIENCES AND THAT IT'S REALLY HELPFUL TO TALK TO OTHER WOMEN AND HEAR OTHER WOMEN'S STORIES TO COMPARE YOUR OWN TO AND TO HELP YOU REALIZE OTHER PEOPLE HAVE GONE THROUGH THIS TOO.))
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The theme of the event was "A woman's Place" and focused on the choices women make in both the work place and at home.
Financial planner Sara Bohn was on hand to give advice about money, woman to woman.
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((SARA BOHN: I THINK MOST OF ALL IT'S JUST A MATTER OF MAKING A COUPLE MINUTES FOR YOURSELF. SITTING DOWN AND FIGURING OUT SO WHAT PERSONAL AND FINANCIAL GOALS YOU HAVE FOR YOURSELF. SHORT, MEDIUM, LONG-TERM. ONCE YOU KIND OF HAVE AN IDEA, GO TALK TO SOMEBODY ABOUT IT.))
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Organizers say the event is held once every year- and- a- half.
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Adventures Lewis and Clark are marking new terrority.
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Yesterday, the U-S Postal Service unveiled a new commemorative stamp. The stamp celebrates the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition which began in May 1804. For the next two and a half years, the explorers covered more than eight-thousand miles as they explored and mapped routes from the East Coast to the Pacific Ocean. The Postal Service will eventually offer a 32-page booklet and a pane of 20 stamps illustrating Lewis and Clark surveying the country. The stamp unveiled on Saturday will be released nationally in May.
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Coming up. strong earnings lead to new jobs for I-B-M - but not all of them will stay in the U-S.
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We're getting back to the basics in today's Sunday Shapeup.
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"Big Blue" is bringing jobs to the U-S. IBM has announced a plan to add 15-thousand new jobs worldwide, including 45-hundred position here in the states. Apparently business for the company is booming. Just last week, IBM announced its fourth-quarter earnings, which more than doubled Wall Street expectations.

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Governor Warners says more than 700 new jobs are coming to Southside, the International Trade Commission says cheap imports from China could be hurting local furniture makers, and Norfolk Southern is in talks with one of its employee unions to prevent a rail shut down. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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Several furniture makers in Galax say China is dumping cheap furniture into the U-S. Now, a recent vote by the International Trade Commission says there is a chance the U-S furniture industry is being hurt by these imports.
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[IN Q=We got to believe]

((JOHN BASSETT:WE'VE GOT TO BELIEVE IN OUR ABILITY TO COMPETE. I BELIEVE IN AMERICA AND I BELIEVE THE PEOPLE THAT WORK WITH US IN THESE FACTORIES ARE THE MOST EFFICIENT IN THE WORLD BUT THEY'VE GOT TO BE GIVEN A FAIR PLAYING FIELD TO PLAY ON.))
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The Department of Commerce is expected to release its findings in May. That's when the International Trade Commission could vote to place a duty on China, essentially leveling the playing field for U-S furniture companies. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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A New River Valley farmer says the Mad Cow scare is actually beefing up his business. Jim Politis says demand for his product has increased three fold in the last few weeks.
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[IN Q=Mad cow is]

((JIM POLITIS:MAD COW IS PROBABLY A LITTLE OVER PUBLICIZED IN MY ESTIMATIONS BUT IT HASN'T HURT OUR SALES. IT'S BROUGHT IN PEOPLE WHO'VE THOUGHT ABOUT TRYING US AND NOW SAY WE HAVE A REASON TO COME IN HERE.))
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Politis raises about 70 bison a year on his 100 acre ranch. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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Governor Warner used the State of the Commonwealth speech to announce some economic news for Henry County. Master Brand Cabinets plans to move into the Patriot Center Industrial Park and create 745 jobs over the next seven years. Warner says the deal almost fell through in the final hours.
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[IN Q=What had happened]

((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WHAT HAD HAPPENED WAS NORTH CAROLINA HAD MADE A LAST MINUTE, REALLY UP THEIR OFFER. WE BROUGHT THE MASTERBRAND FOLKS WITH THE HENRY COUNTY FOLKS TO THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE AND WE WERE ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY REACH A CONCLUSION.))
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To seal the deal, the state ended up giving the company one and a half million dollars in grants, another 750-thousand dollars in tobacco money, and more than a million in private donations. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
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The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen has agreed not to call a strike against Norfolk Southern until the two sides go back to court. The union hopes to present its case in court before laid- off workers are transferred. Once that happens leaders fear it will be too late to reverse the closing.
For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] ))