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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning...... Bedford's D-Day memorial prepares for the 60th anniversary of the Normandy invasion.
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And a neighborhood group known for helping others may have hurt itself. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Power-Outtage]


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A power outage in Roanoke County is leaving some residents high and dry.
Officials say the outage has also knocked power out at the Water treatment facility, causing many people to have no or low water pressure.
AEP crews are working on getting power restored soon.
There's no word on what caused the power outages.





[D-Day-Preview]


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Tomorrow marks the 60th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford/Last Month;]

and the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford has planned a number of activities to commemorate the event. A ceremony is planned for 11 o'clock followed by 1940's music performed near the memorial at Bedford Elementary School. The Library of Congress will be interviewing veterans for its "Oral History Project" while World- War- Two military vehicles are on display. The Memorial is expecting large crowds and has set up a number of off- site parking lots to accomodate visitors.
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[TAKE FS] Parking will be provided at the Bedford Moose Lodge in the Oak Tree Business Park, the Bedford Wal- Mart and Liberty Lake Park. Shuttle buses will run back and forth from the parking lots to the Memorial from 8 in the morning until three in the afternoon.
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Visitors will NOT be allowed to park at the D-Day Memorial until 1 o'clock.

Jennifer Wishon will join us tomorrow with live reports from the memorial on News 7 Sunday Morning.[11NNEO]


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It's been recognized for its efforts to improve a Roanoke neighborhood. Now a non-profit group is facing an investigation into its finances.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The Northwest Neighborhood Environmental Organization has renovated older homes, built new ones and developed larger projects such as the McCray Court Senior Living Center.
But it now appears the group failed to pay taxes and other debts totaling more than 100- thousand dollars.
Alvin Nash was asked to investigate.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=This is a glitch]

((ALVIN NASH/BLUE RIDGE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP.: THIS IS A GLITCH, BUT IT'S NOT A TERMINATING POINT. AND I THINK A POSITIVE THING IS THAT THERE'S A LOT MORE WORK TO DO AND NNEO IS QUITE CAPABLE OF REORGANIZING AND GETTING IT DONE.))
[SUPER=01-Alvin Nash/Blue Ridge Housing Development Corp.;]
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[OUT Q=getting it done.]
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At this point, Nash says it's difficult to say if the problems constitute mismanagement, or a more serious offense.
Nash says the results of his review will be turned over to the Commonwealth's Attorney.
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Its sacheted, plied (plea-aid) and turned gracefully from a crowded dance class at the YMCA, to finding a home in the community.
The dance school for Lynchburg's inner city children is marking it's success over the past five years with a recital and block party this weekend.
As Steve Smallshaw reports the Dance Theatre has a lot to celebrate.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/August 1999; :00]
[SUPER=01-Kianna Clark/Dance Student; :42 (QUICK!)]
[SUPER=01-Keith Lee/Dance Theatre Director; :45]
[SUPER=01-Patti Finn Rapiejko/Theatreworks; 1:07]
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When we last saw Keith Lee, he was bringing the joy of dance and movement to Lynchburg's inner city children.. in the crowded basement of a local Y.
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What a difference five years can make.
Lee's Dance Theatre now has a new home, with thousands of square feet in which to jump, twirl and tap.
These Commerce Street buildings were slated for demolition when Lee stepped in.
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((DO THE PART HERE WHERE, THE VERY FIRST PART WHERE YOU ARCH ALL THE WAY BACK...))
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The former veteran of the New York City ballet scene continues to teach the art of dance to more than 250 young people.. many of whom are getting a taste of the arts for the very first time.
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((KIANNA CLARK/DANCE STUDENT: IT'S BEEN REALLY FUN AND I'VE LEARNED A LOT..))
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[OUT Q=a lot.]
[SOT 15:39:07]

((KEITH LEE/DANCE THEATRE DIRECTOR: I THINK IT JUST ENRICHES THEIR LIVES AND BASICALLY BRINGS THEM INTO A NEW FOCUS. WHEN YOU GET OUT OF THE HOUSE AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO WATCH T-V OR YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE OUT ON THE STREET WHERE DANGER IS, IT'S JUST A SAFE HAVEN.))
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[OUT Q=a safe haven.]


It's also home to other ventures, like a cafe, a Pilates studio and, naturally, an acting workshop.
[SOT 15:24:19]

((PATTI FINN RAPIEJKO/THEATREWORKS: TO HAVE A LOFT SPACE IN DOWNTOWN LYNCHBURG THAT HAS SUCH ENERGY AND SUCH WONDERFUL PEOPLE ATTRACTED TO IT, IT'S REALLY JUST THE BEST PLACE TO BE. I CAN'T THINK OF A BETTER PLACE.))
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[OUT Q=a better place.]

[Standup 16:04:06] ((So five years after it wanted to tear down these buildings, G-E is now one of the Dance Theatre's biggest supporters. The company, which is now known as Genworth Financial, will sponsor a block party this weekend...the proceeds will benefit scholarships for dance students. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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[OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.] ))




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Virginia Tech Police are the latest to get extra protection for their K-9 unit.
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The department just received a new Kevlar bulletproof vest for Hokie, a 4-year old German Shepherd. The 3-thousand dollar vest was donated by the First State Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association to protect Hokie from the dangers he can face. Last year Hokie helped catch 9 suspects without biting a' one. He also sniffed out 44 pounds of marijuana, his biggest drug bust to date.
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More than half a million American women currently take the drug Tamoxifen, hoping to prevent breast cancer. But there's no guarantee it will work for everyone. So now researchers have developed a genetic test to see if the drug is likely to prevent cancer recurrence in some patients. Doctor Mallika Marshall reports.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Linda Caswell was diagnosed...]
[SUPER=03-Boston;:00]
[SUPER=01-Linda Caswell/Breast Cancer Survivor;:28]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS News;:38]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Dennis Sgroi/Mass General Hospital;:59]
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((LINDA CASWELL WAS DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER LAST YEAR. FORTUNATELY, DOCTORS CAUGHT THE CANCER EARLY SO IT WAS EASILY REMOVED. BUT LINDA STARTED TAKING THE ESTROGEN-BLOCKING DRUG, TAMOXIFEN.. WHICH HAS BEEN SHOWN TO REDUCE A WOMAN'S RISK OF RECURRENCE BY UP TO 49-PERCENT.

(SOT-Linda Caswell/Breast Cancer Survivor)

"I decided to go on Tamoxifen because it's very important to me to do everything possible to prevent this from happening again."

(STANDUP: Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS NEWS/Boston, MA)

APPROXIMATELY 30 TO 40 PERCENT OF WOMEN DO NOT RESPOND TO TAMOXIFEN THERAPY. BUT SOMETIMES, IT CAN TAKE YEARS TO DETERMINE WHETHER A PATIENT'S BREAST CANCER WILL RECUR.
BUT NOW RESEARCHERS AT MASS GENERAL HOSPITAL IN BOSTON HAVE DEVELOPED A NEW GENETIC TEST WHICH CAN TELL DURING AN INITIAL BIOPSY, WHETHER A WOMAN IS LIKELY TO RESPOND TO TAMOXIFEN.. OR IF SHE SHOULD START AN ALTERNATIVE THERAPY.

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"we have an overall 80 percent accuracy rate in predicting outcome."
EXPERTS BELIEVE THIS NEW TEST WILL ALLOW THEM TO BETTER TAILOR A PATIENT'S TREATMENT PLANS TO THEIR SPECIFIC NEEDS.

(SOT-Dr. Dennis Sgroi/Mass General Hospital)

"we hope that we will be able to improve the overall outcome for the patient and potentially cure the patient."
RESEARCHERS ARE CURRENTLY CONDUCTING LARGER-SCALE TRIALS. THEY SAY IF THOSE STUDIES CONTINUE TO PROVE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THIS NEW GENETIC TEST... IT COULD BECOME AVAILABLE TO PATIENTS BY THE END OF THE YEAR. DOCTOR MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.))


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41-Million Americans have pre-diabetes --that means they are at high risk for developing disease. [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
[SUPER=01-Kathy Shaw/Diabetes Educator]


Here to tell us more about pre-diabetes and the warning signs is Kathy Shaw, a diabetes educator.



Don't go away. News 7 Saturday Morning will be right back.
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Sometimes it pays to think outside the box - even around your home. See what we mean
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[TAKE Decor FS]
in today's Decor and More.
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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... The D-Day memorial is playing host to a number of events commemorating the 60th anniversary of the beach invasion.
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And is the light of the Roanke star in danger of being extinguished? We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[11Campbell-Bus]


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State troopers say a school bus driver was going too fast for yesterday's wet conditions when she ran off the road.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Campbell Co.]


Around 12:30, a bus carrying mostly middle and high school students was headed west on Depot Road in Campbell County.
That's when the driver apparently lost control and skidded into a ditch.
Three children suffered minor injuries.
The driver, 35-year-old Saundra Griffiths, was charged with reckless driving.
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[Bulldozer]


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A Colorado resident upset over a zoning problem and fine on his business --took his anger out on his town last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Granby, CO]


Marvin Heemeyer went on a rampage with his bulldozer -- mowing down the library, city hall and other buildings in town. Witnesses say the bulldozer was covered with some type of steel plating and even police could not stop it's path of destruction.
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[SOT :13, witness reax]
[IN Q=Uh, a guy went nuts]

((UH, A GUY WENT NUTS. MAD AT THE TOWN, MAD AT THE WORLD, TOOK IT OUT ON MAIN ST. HE HAD A LIST WITH HIM AND KNEW WHO HE WAS GOING TO HIT, AND HE GOT HIM))
[SUPER=01-Bob Haddock/Witness]
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[OUT Q=and he got him]
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The bulldozer finally stopped after it got stuck in a store. Police used explosives to get to Heemeyer. He was found dead. No word on the cause of death.
Colorodo's Govenor arrived last night to survey the damage.
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[SOT :10, gov. reax]
[IN Q=Well it's amazing what one person]

(( WELL IT'S AMAZING WHAT ONE PERSON CAN DO AND UH IT'S TRAGIC AND WE'RE GONNA BE HERE TO TRY AND HELP))
[SUPER=01-Bill Owens/Colorado Govenor]
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[OUT Q=try and help]
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At least seven buildings were damaged in the town. No one was reportedly hurt or injured in the ordeal.
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[Kuwait-Marine]


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Seven Islamic extremists have been convicted of involvement in the 2002 shooting attack on U-S Marines training in Kuwait, that killed one and injured another. Three of the key suspects received four and five year prison terms for joining an illegal organization and weapons possession. Three of the others were fined, one given probation and five were acquitted.



[Iraq]


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A U-S soldier was killed and three others injured in a roadside bomb attack in Baghdad today.
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[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq]


Military officials say their vehicle was flipped by an improvised explosive device. The attack was close to the same spot where five soldiers were killed Friday in a rocket-propelled grenade attack.
This latest bombing brings the total number of U-S troops killed in Iraq since the invasion began last year to 602.

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[Bush-Italy]


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In a news conference today with Italy's Prime Minister, President Bush said he is confident the U-N Security Council will soon approve a new resolution on Iraqi sovereignity.
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[SUPER=03-Rome, Italy]


Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, also gave his support for Iraq's new goverment. He told reporters that despite the differences over Iraq, America and it's allies are determined to work together. And he dismissed the idea of Italy pulling it's troops out of Iraq. Bush is now headed to France to commerate the 60th Anniversary of D-Day.
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[11GOP]


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Despite a rocky year in the General Assembly, Virginia's G-O-P says it still has plenty of reasons to celebrate.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Two thousand Republican delegates are gathering in Richmond this weekend for their two-day convention.
Just weeks ago, several G-O-P lawmakers broke from the party and voted for more than a billion dollars in tax increases.
But party officials say Virginia's Republicans remain committed to lower taxes.
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[SOT 15:08:05]
[IN Q=IT'S THE DEMOCRATS THAT MARCHED IN]

((KATE OBENSHAIN GRIFFIN/STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN: IT'S THE DEMOCRATS THAT MARCHED IN LOCKSTEP IN FAVOR OF TAX INCREASES. THE MAJORITY OF REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS, ELECTED OFFICIALS STOOD WITH THE VOTERS OF VIRGINIA AND OUR PHILOSOPHY THAT TAXES SHOULD BE KEPT LOW. WE FEEL GREAT WE DON'T FEEL LIKE THERE ARE ANY LOOMING PROBLEMS.))
[SUPER=01-Kate Obenshain Griffin/State Republican Chairperson]
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[OUT Q=THERE ARE ANY LOOMING PROBLEMS.]
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Ninth District Congressional Candidate Kevin Triplett addressed the delegates yesterday.
He says he is excited about how his race is going.
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[11VA-Democrats]


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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Meanwhile state Democrats assembled in Roanoke last night for their convention which starts today. A handful of Democrats have already committed to running for both Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General in 20-05. Many of them spent the night fundraising. Democratic leaders say the party as a whole is united and ready to rally support for Senator John Kerry's run for the presidency.
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[SOT 2:21:23]
[IN Q=I think the success]

((KERRY DONLEY/VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIRMAN: I THINK THE SUCCESS THAT THE DEMOCRATS HAD IN RICHMOND THIS YEAR, LARGELY DUE TO THE LEADERSHIP OF OUR GOVERNOR MARK WARNER, HAS BROUGHT A LOT OF FOLKS TO THE FOREFRONT IN TERMS OF RUNNING FOR EITHER STATEWIDE OFFICE OR LOCAL OFFICE AS DEMOCRATS.))
[SUPER=01-Kerry Donley/Virginia Democratic Party Chairperson;]
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[OUT Q=office as democrats]
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Later today, Democrats will adopt a state platform and elect delegates to represent the Commonwealth during the party's national convention this summer. Vietnam veteran and former U-S Senator Max Cleland will serve as the party's guest speaker.
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[11Roanoke-Star]


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The area's most recognizable landmarks is beginning to show its age.
The Mill Mountain Star is in danger of being left in the dark.
Justin McLeod tells us what the city of Roanoke plans to do about it.
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[IN Q=BITE WITH WOMEN; COVER WITH VIDEO]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mauridta Dow Massey/Roanoke Resident; :14]
[SUPER=01-Larry Davison/Roanoke Resident; :18]
[SUPER=01-Gareth McAllister/Roanoke Facilities Manager; :42]
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((((BITE WITH WOMAN SAYING "I MEAN THIS IS THE SYMBOL OF THE CITY RIGHT? WE'RE THE STAR CITY" AT 1:25:32; COVER WITH VIDEO))
It's known as the Star City thanks to the Mill Mountain star.
It's been here since 1949 and is considered to have one of the best views of the Roanoke Valley.
[SOT 1:24:35; 1:28:23]
[IN Q=I love the star]

((MAURIDTA DOW MASSEY/ROANOKE RESIDENT: I LOVE THE STAR. I GREW UP AROUND THE STAR. I USED TO COME UP HERE ON WEEKENDS, HANGING OUT WITH MY FRIENDS.)) ((LARRY DAVISON/ROANOKE RESIDENT: JUST LOVE THE VIEW THAT WE HAVE, TO ME IT LIKE A LITTLE LOS ANGELES TO BE ABLE TO LOOK OVER THE WHOLE VALLEY.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=THE WHOLE VALLEY]


That look however is not what used to be.
Take a look at video we shot after September 11th when the star became red, white, and blue.
Contrast that to today and you can see some of the red neon tubes no longer work.
The city says the star needs more than a just a tube replacement to give it back its shine.
[SOT 16:55:14]
[IN Q=The transformers some]

((GARETH McALLISTER/ROANOKE'S FACILITIES MANAGER: THE TRANSFORMERS SOME OF THEM WERE INSTALLED IN 1949, SOME OF THE ORIGINAL TRANSFORMERS ARE STILL THERE.)) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=are still there]


When that transformer fails, maintenance crews often have to do a nationwide search to find a replacement.
Also, many of the electrical parts of the star are starting to age to a point that it's getting nearly impossible to maintain.
So the city has hired the original family that built the star to come up with possible solutions.
Workers will soon go up in a crane, like they've done in the past, to take a closer look.
[SOT 16:57:23]
[IN Q=The study is basically]

((GARETH McALLISTER/ROANOKE'S FACILITIES MANAGER: HE WILL VISIT EVERY TRANSFORMER, AND EVERY ELECTRICAL CONNECTION AND EVERY CONDUIT AND HE WILL BE MAKING AN OBSERVATION OF WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TO BRING THE STAR UP TO THE LATEST GREATEST TECHNOLOGY ELECTRICALLY.)) [Runs:12]
[OUT Q=greatest technology electrically]
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[IN Q= ]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: IT IS UNCLEAR HOW MUCH THE UPGRADES WILL COST BUT CITY LEADERS CONCEDE IT WILL BE IN THE THOUSANDS. THE PROJECT WILL SOON GO OUT TO BID AND THE CITY HOPES WORK WILL BEGIN BY EARLY WINTER. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))






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Coming up, You don't have to read between the lines, just be prepared to stand in them, at a fundraising book sale like none other in Roanoke this weekend
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and
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Wizards, muggles and magic take to the stage for the third Harry Potter, but is he casting a spell on critcs of all ages? We'll take a look in today's movie review.
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[11School-Award]


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A Pulaski County school is celebrating a state championship for reading.
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[SUPER=03-Pulaski;]

Newbern Elementary school won this year's Reading is Fundamental Challenge. It's a national competition in which more than 120-thousand students try to read as many books as they can in two weeks. Newbern is one of two schools in the state to take top honors. The students won a banner, medals, tee-shirts and each received a brand new book. Newbern also won a two-hundred dollar gift certificate to buy new books for the school library.
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