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An early morning shooting in Roanoke.

The victim says he was using his cell phone when he was shot.
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And, still no phone service for some residents in Northwest Roanoke and Salem after an underground fire.
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Steve adlibs.
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.

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[VO-NAT]

Verizon officials say telephone service to parts of Roanoke and Salem may not be fully restored until the end of the week.
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[Phone-Service]


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Verizon says crews are working around the clock to splice new cables, but restoring more than a thousand connections takes a long time.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]

The company puts the number of affected customers at 14-hundred, mostly in Salem and northwest Roanoke.
Their phone service went out yesterday when an underground fire burned telephone lines near East Main Street in Salem.
Verizon says many customers already have service back, but again, completing the job may take the rest of the week. Until then, the City of Roanoke is making temporary 9-1-1 cellphones available to the elderly and special medical needs citizens in the affected areas.
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[Roanoke-Shooting]


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A man was shot early this morning in northwest Roanoke.
Police say 30-year-old Sherard Scott Alexander was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the stomach.
Alexander told police that he was talking on his cellphone on Florida Avenue when a man dressed in black came up to him and shot him.
Police say the injury did not appear to be critical.


[CA-Wildfires]


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Firefighters are about half-way there as they work to contain a six- thousand acre wildfire in California.
But the flames are still keeping hundreds of residents from returning to their homes.
Vince Gonzales has the latest.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Santa Clarita, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Vince Gonzales/CBS News; :28]
[SUPER=01-Michael Bryant/Santa Clarita Police Dept.; :36]
[SUPER=01-Jim McCloud/Resident; :56]
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[OUT Q=Gonzales, CBS News, Santa Clarita, CA.]

((
As the Foothill Fire burned north of Los Angeles-- firefighters took advantage of a break in the weather.
Air crews repeatedly pounded the flames from above...

(NATS) air drop


...even coming to the rescue of ground crews that were almost surrounded by the blaze.

(NATS) air drop


Other firefighters took up defensive positions around homes. Waiting to see if the wind would begin gusting, whipping up the fire.

(NATS) roar of flames


It did...

(NATS) get back! get back!



(STNDUP) This was caused by the wind-- it picked up an ember or a hot

coal from the main body of the fire, threw it about a mile to this location, where it started a small fire which briefly cut this highway.

(SOTMichael Bryant) WE'RE JUST SEEING ERRATIC FIRE BEHAIVOR LIKE WE'VE

NEVER SEEN BEFORE.

(NATS) flames


Nearly 2,000 residents had to evacuate over the weekend as a dangerous combination of drought, wind and high temperatures fueled the fire.

(SOT: Jim McCloud) YESTERDAY, THE FLAMES CAME OVER THAT RISE OVER THERE

// FLAMES 100 FEET HIGH . IT WAS LIKE A FIRE STORM.
A fire storm that wasn't started by a person. Officials say a hawk hit some powerlines and fell to the ground...igniting bone-dry brush, sparking the Foothill Fire. Vince Gonzales, CBS News, Santa Clarita, California..
))
[WX-Tease] ((KIM TOSS TO LEO)) [7/20/2004]
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Steve in WX-CENTER

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(LEO TOSS TO KIM)



[Halifax-Fatal]


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An automobile accident in Halifax County last night has claimed the life of a 37 year old man. State Police say Marvin Wayne Cash of Nathalie, ran off the left side of the road, overcorrected, drove across to the right side of the road, and hit an enbankment and overturned. He died at the scene.

[Bikers]


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They come from all walks of life, from across the country and as far away as New Zealand for an annual event which is being held in Roanoke this year.
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25-hundred bikers are in the Star City as part of Yamaha's Star Touring and Riding Association - "Star Days." Each year the group of bike enthusiasts gather in a different part of the country to see the latest in bike innovations and technology, as well as do some sightseeing.
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[IN Q=If you notice walking...]

((ALLEN FRANCIS, PARTICIPANT: IF YOU NOTICE WALKING AROUND HERE YOU'LL SEE A COUPLE OF KIDS- MORE LATER. THIS IS A NOT A ROUGH THING- THESE ARE GOOD FAMILY, ORIENTED CHRISTIAN PEOPLE.))
[SUPER=01-Allen Francis/Participant]
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[OUT Q=.. CHRISTIAN PEOPLE.]
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Star Touring and Riding is also a charitable organization- on Thursday they'll take a truckload of food to the Roanoke Rescue Mission. This is the group's sixth annual "Star Days." The Roanoke Valley Convention and Vistors Bureau estimates the group will contribute more than one and a half million dollars to the area's economy.
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Still to come on the newscast, a former national security advisor is accused of illegally removing classified documents from the national archive.
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Also Iraqi militants release a filipino hostage after that country makes good on a promise to remove its troops.
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[Iraq]


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[NO MINI-OPEN]
As his country gives into Iraqi insurgents, a Filipino hostage is freed.
The Philippine government withdrew dozens of troops from Iraq -- a move that came despite opposition from the U-S.
Elaine Cobbe reports.
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[SUPER=01-Gloria Macapagal Arroyo/Philippines President;]
[SUPER=01-Elaine Cobbe/CBS News;]
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Filipino truck driver Angelo de la Cruz is a free man...released by kidnappers Tuesday morning after two weeks of captivity when his government pulled 51 peacekeepers out of Iraq ahead of schedule.

sot: Gloria Macapagal Arroyo/Philippines President

"I made a decision to bring our troops home a few days early in order to spare the life of Angelo, I do not regret that decision."

(Cobb standup bridge)

But its a decision that may have lasting repercussions. Iraqi and U-S officials refuse to negotiate with insurgents...and some fear that the Philippine decision will encourage kidnappers.

(track)

One of those alleged kidnappers, islamic militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is already warning Japan to pull its troops out of Iraq or face attacks.

(natz of celebration)


That's of little concern in the Philippines where Cruz's family celebrated his release. President Arroyo even called the former hostage...

(natz at end of call..."Praise God.")


Cruz, a father of 8, was kidnapped two weeks ago. His captors threatened to behead him unless Manila pulled its 51 peacekeepers out of Iraq sooner than their scheduled departure in late August. After two weeks of silence...President Arroyo decided to comply with the demand...saying every life is important. Whether that decision will cost American lives..only time will tell.
Elaine Cobbe, CBS News, Baghdad
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Former Clinton security adviser says he apparently ``accidentally discarded'' several terrorism documents he'd taken from the National Archives.
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The justice department is investigating Sandy Berger.
He says he inadvertently removed highly classified terrorism documents from a secure reading room, while preparing for the 911 hearings.
Berger adds that the missing pages were NOT among those requested by the 911 commission.
Government officials say no decision has been made yet on whether Berger should face criminal charges.
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[Gas-Prices]


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After five weeks of going down, prices are going back up at the gas pumps for a SECOND week in a row.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


The national average is nearly a dollar-93 per gallon.
Overall, prices are 40- cents higher than a year ago.
Gas prices are highest on the West Coast, averaging two-dollars-eleven cents per gallon.
Meanwhile, the cheapest prices are on the Gulf Coast, where the average cost per gallon is about a dollar- 81.
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[11Franklin-Trails]


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A new recreation project in Franklin County could put it on the right trail.
Officials hope trails for walkers, runners and cyclist will unite the community.
Myranda Stephens explains.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Scott Martin/Franklin Co. Commerce & Leisure Services; :24]
[SUPER=@Myranda1; 1:00]
[SUPER=01-Richard Huff/Franklin Co. Administrator; 1:08]
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(([NATS OF JOGGER @ 2310!!!][VIDEO OF BEE @ 21:06] When residents in Franklin County want to go for a long walk or jog, many often make a bee-line OUT of the county.
[SOT 14:09:22]

[RUNS04] ((AND THAT'S THE UNFORTUNATE THING. WE DON'T OFFER A LOT OF THE LONG DISTANCE TRAILS THAT PEOPLE ARE LOOKING FOR.)) But, county officials are hoping to re-route them back home, with plans to build more than 30-new pedestrian, bike and canoe trails. [14:07:25] [RUNS08] ((WHAT HAPPENED IS THE COMMUNITY CAME TO US, AND SAID WE HAVE A DREAM, WE HAVE AN IDEA OF WHAT WE'D LIKE TO SEE IN TERMS OF TRAILS AND BLUEWAYS, THINGS THAT'LL REALLY CONNECT OUR COMMUNITY TOGETHER.)) [NATS OF WATER@ 19:29!!!!] [RUNS04] Some of the proposed trails will connect Philpott Lake to the Blue Ridge Parkway, and Ferrum College to Waid Park. But, Martin says their real focus is developing the area's blueways.
[SOT 10:21]

[RUNS14] ((WITH THE GROWTH OF OUR CANOE AND CAYAK EVENTS, WE'VE BEEN TREMENDOUSLY EXCITED TO SEE THE PUBLIC'S REACTION TO PUBLIC WATERWAYS. SO WE'VE PROPOSED OVER 25-MILES OF PUT INS AND TAKE OUTS THROUGHOUT THE PIGG RIVER AND THE BLACKWATER RIVER, THAT WOULD BE OPEN FOR FOLKS TO FLOAT ANYTIME THERE'S ENOUGH WATER TO DO SO.)) [STANDUP @ 22:54] [RUNS07] ((REPORTER: IN ADDITION TO CONNECTING THE COMMUNITIES, COUNTY OFFICIALS ALSO HOPE THE NEW TRAILS WILL LEAD MORE OUTSIDERS INTO THE AREA.))
[SOT 14:11]

[RUNS16] ((TRAILS ARE NOT QUALITY OF LIFE TO EVERYBODY, BUT THERE IS A SEGMENT OF FOLKS WHO ARE LOOKING FOR THAT WHEN THEY'RE LOOKING TO COME TO A COMMUNITY. SO IT'S A PIECE OF OUR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMPONENT, WHERE COMPANIES WILL SAY "WHAT IS IT FOR OUR YOUNG, 20-YEAR OLDS TO DO WHEN THEY'RE NOT AT WORK.)) Martin says right now, the trails are just a vision, and it will be up to the county and the community to make them a reality -- hopefully clearing a path to a brighter future for everyone. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Franklin County. ))
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Coming up next, California's Governor calls some democrats "girlie men" and they aren't laughing about it.
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Plus he may have deserved a break today, but we'll tell you why one man's usual lunch routine has earned him a trophy.

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[Arnold-Girlie]


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California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is refusing to apologize for comments he made over the weekend.
The actor turned politician called state democrats a bunch of "girlie-men."
Jerry Bowen has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=04-Saturday Night Live; :16]
[SUPER=01-Mark Leno/San Francisco Assemblyman; :51]
[SUPER=01-Jack Pitney/Political Science Professor; 1:18]
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(( THE HONEYMOON IS OVER. AND CALIFORNIA'S GOVERNOR HAS STARTED HURLING VINTAGE ONE-LINERS AT DEMOCRATS WHO WON'T GIVE HIM THE BUDGET DEAL HE WANTS:

(SOT:/ARNOLD ) "I CALL THEM GIRLIE MEN."


HE'S BOROWED FROM THE OLD SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE SKITS THAT MADE FUN OF HIS ACCENT AND BODY BUILDING DAYS:

(NAT SOT/SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) "THE GIRLIE MAN LOSER IS SUCKED DOWN

INTO HIS LOSER HOLE WHERE HE REMAINS ETERNALLY FLABBY." (:07)
AND HE'S RECYCLED FROM HIS OWN FILMS TO BLAST WHAT HE SEES AS BLOOD SUCKING SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS. DEMOCRATS, OF COURSE:

(SOT:/ARNOLD) "DUG IN LIKE ALABAMA TICKS AND WE CANNOT GET RID OF

THEM."

(SOT:/PREDATOR/JESSE VENTURA) "SON OF A BITCH IS DUG IN LIKE AN ALABAMA

TICK...."
THOUGH IN THE MOVIE, IT WAS JESSE VENTURA, ANOTHER ENTERTAINER TURNED GOVERNOR, WHO ACTUALLY DELIVERED THE LINE. DOESN'T MATTER SAY DEMOCRATS. ITS OFFENSIVE. ESPECIALLY THAT "GIRLY MEN" BARB:

(SOT:/ASSEMBLYMAN MARK LENO/SAN FRANCISCO/1022) "IT REALLY SAYS MORE

ABOUT HIM THAN ANYBODY HE'S TRYING TO TAG WITH THE TERM HE USED." (:07)

(TONIGHT SHOW/ AUGUST 7, 2003)

BUT FROM THE BEGINNING OF HIS UNCONVENTIONAL POLITICAL CAREER:

(SOT:/ AUG. 7, 2003/TONIGHT SHOW) "HASTA LA VISTA BABY."



(SOT:/TERMINATOR MOVIE) "HASTA LA VISTA BABY"


THE MOVIE ONE LINERS HAVE BEEN A STAPLE OF HIS PUBLIC APPEARANCES:

(SOT:/ FROM MOVIE) "I'LL BE BACK."



(SOT:/REGISTERS TO RUN/ AUG. 9, 2003) "I TOLD YOU I'D BE BACK."


THE QUESTION NOW...AS HE ACTIVELY CAMPAIGNS TO OUST DEMOCRATS WHO DISAGREE WITH HIM...IS WHETHER THE LINES STILL HAVE ANY PUNCH:

(SOT:/JACK PITNEY/CLAREMONT COLLEGE/POLITICAL SCIENCE PROF) "GLAMOUR CAN

HELP THE GOVERNOR ONLY SO FAR AND A LOT OF HARD NEGOTIATING LIES AHEAD."
BUT SCHWARZENEGGER CAN'T HELP HIMSELF. NOW HE'S TELLING VOTERS TO BECOME TERMINATORS THIS NOVEMBER 2ND...THE DATE HE CALLS JUDGEMENT DAY.
JERRY BOWEN CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))

[Big-Mac]


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Forget the Atkins or South Beach Diet--
One Wisconsin man says he's staying loyal to the Big Mac diet.
As of yesterday-- he's downed 20- thousand of them.
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Don Gorske (gore- SKI) says he started eating Big Macs in 19-72 after he bought a new car and treated himself to a meal at McDonalds.
He had three that first day, then went back the same day and had three more.
Gorske says he ate 256 in the first month.
These days, he says he usually eats two Big Macs a day.
He says he loves hamburgers, and has no intention of giving them up.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Some people think]

((DON GORSKE/BIG MAC FAN: SOME PEOPLE THINK IT'S CRAZY OR WHATEVER BUT FOR ME IT'S MY LIFESTYLE UH YOU KNOW ITSWHAT I DO EVERYDAY AND I'M NOT GONNA CHANGE THE WAY I DO THINGS EVERYDAY. ))
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[OUT Q=the way I do thing every day.]
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[VO-NAT]


His unusual diet was documented in the independent film "Super Size Me," which was just released this year.
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And in case you're wondering, Gorske is six feet tall and has maintained a weight of around 170 pounds..

[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP nine points. The NASDAQ has gained 14.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Coming up after the break, Dale Earnhardt Junior heads home from the hospital.
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[VO-NAT ]


and Lance Armstrong charges hard in the Tour DuFrance, but is it enough to put him in the lead? We'll have the answer after the break.
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[S-TOUR]


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Lance Armstrong is back in the yellow jersey.
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[SUPER=04-Outdoor Life Network;]

He won today's 15th stage and took the overall lead in the Tour de France a short time ago. Jan Ullrich (Yahn UHL-rick) the man Armstrong describes as his biggest worry, finished in third place, three seconds behind. The former leader finished more than nine minutes behind Armstrong -- not even in the top ten. Tomorrow's stage features one of the steepest climbs for the riders.
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[S-Dale]


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Dale Earnhardt Junior was released from the hospital yesterday after a racing accident this past weekend. Earnhardt will drive in this weekend's New Hampshire race, according to a spokesman for Dale Earnhardt, Incorporated.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Sonoma, CA/Speed Channel; :00]


Earnhardt left the hospital one day after being burned on the face and legs, following a crash during a warm-up for an American Le Mans Series race at Sonoma, California.
Earnhardt's Chevrolet Corvette hit a barrier in turn eight, and his car burst into flames.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Marty Smith/NASCAR.com Senior Writer; :03]
[RUNS=:23]
[OUT Q=...that I've seen"]
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[VO-NAT]

A hospital statement says Earnhardt was treated for second-degree burns on the insides of both legs and on his chin, burns that covered about six percent of his body.
But the pain he caused his fans seems worse for junior.
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[SOT]
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[SUPER=01-Gary Claudio/GM Racer Car Driver; :00]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=....make the show"]
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[S-Games]


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The first round of the Commonwealth Games golf tournament ended yesterday at Hanging Rock golf course.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; ]

Fifty one junior golfers made up of boys ages 11-to-18 and girls 18 and under came out from across the state to tee it up, starting at 11:30 in the morning. The tournament consists of 2 days of stroke play.
The golfers will play again today before medals will be presented in each of the 5 divisions.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Wayne Gee/Tournament Organizer; :00]
[SUPER=01-Greg Caldwell/18 Year Old Junior Golfer; :09]
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[OUT Q=...but it's a good experience."]
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[S-Common]


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Despite competition to move the Commonwealth Games each year, some special people work extremely hard to keep the event in the Roanoke Valley.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

This is the 15th year for the games, and while there have been several attempts to "steal" them away from the valley and take them to Tidewater or Northern Virginia - Virginia Amateur sports has managed to hang on the state's official Olympic games.
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[IN Q=I THINK THE...]
[SUPER=01-Pete Lampman/Virginia Amateur Sports President; :02]
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[OUT Q=...DON'T WANT IT TO MOVE.]
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[11Brackman-Cup]


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The Alleghany County Sheriff's Department is getting an award for recovering a trophy.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Covington]

The local chapter of the Virginia Education Association presented the Sheriff's Department with the Whole Village award. Teachers wanted to thank deputies for recovering the Brackman Cup and for their contributions to the community.
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[SOT:4:12:18]
[IN Q=MEMBERS OF OUR ]

((CAROLYN MEEKS/ALLEGHANY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT; MEMBERS OF OUR ASSOCIATION WERE REALLY IMPRESSED WITH THE WAY THE ALLEGHANY COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT HANDLED THE RECENT VANDALISM AT ALLEGHANY HIGH SCHOOL AND WE JUST REALIZED WHAT A COMMITMENT THEY HAVE TO THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF OUR COMMUNITY.))
[SUPER=01-Carolyn Meeks/Alleghany Education Association President]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=of our community]
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[VO-NAT]

A check for 250-dollars was also awarded to the Alleghany Crime Stoppers.
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[Apollo-11]


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Today marks the 35th anniversary of the first man to walk on the moon.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


Astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke the famous line, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," as he and Apollo 11 crewmate Buzz Aldren took the historic steps.
For NASA officials, it was a sweet victory in a space race fuelled by the Cold War.
The Soviet Union had already launched the first satellite into orbit and sent the first spacecraft to the moon.
It took the Apollo 11 crew four days to reach the moon.
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