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Coming up on News 7-
As his wife speaks to the Democratic Convention in Boston...
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John Kerry sails into Norfolk, asking for help from Virginia's veterans.
Federal regulators take a closer look at one S-U-V after trouble during crash-tests.
And Goodwill gets a good home in Roanoke.
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News 7 is next.

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((JANET SCHEID/ROANOKE COUNTY'S CHIEF PLANNER: IT WAS A SIMPLE HUMAN ERROR.))
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Roanoke County admits it made a mistake when trying to bring a golf course to the area.
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[Golf-Course]


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County leaders say they've never seen anything like it.
A mistake by a county planner may have residents living near a proposed golf course seeing red rather than green. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Justin McLeod joins us now with details. So Justin what happened?
Jean, the county says it made an honest mistake.
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Last week, it appeared the developer scored a hole in one because the project had very few handicapps.
But now, it's a whole different game.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


Golf course designer Lester George wants to build a 250 acre course on the old Saul Farm located on Pitzer Road in Mt. Pleasant.
At first, county leaders thought the entire land was already zoned for agricultural and residential. As a result the golf course only needed a special use permit.
But the county now says a 115 acres is zoned just agricultural therefore it needs to be rezoned.
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[IN Q=We just didn't know it]

((JANET SCHEID/ROANOKE COUNTY'S CHIEF PLANNER: WE JUST DIDN'T KNOW IT. IT WAS A MISTAKE A STAFF PERSON MADE. NO ONE ELSE CAUGHT IT WHEN I SAT DOWN LATE LAST WEEK TO START PUTTING TOGETHER THE STAFF REPORT FOR THE GOLF COURSE IS WHEN I FOUND THE MISTAKE.))
[SUPER=01-Janet Scheid/Roanoke County's Chief Planner; :]
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That mistake was found after a public meeting was held with nearby residents last week.
Some expressed concern over increased traffic but the majority who came out supported the golf course and county leaders believe that won't change.
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((JANET SCHEID/ROANOKE COUNTY'S CHIEF PLANNER: I DON'T THINK THIS REZONING WILL MAKE TOO MUCH DIFFERENCE TO THEM. IF APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IT STILL GOING TO BE A GOLF COURSE.))
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It will make a difference to the man who wants to build the golf course.
To make amends, the county has agreed to push back the Planning Commission's public hearing from August 3rd to August 10th.;
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But a vote by the Board of Supervisors is still scheduled for August 24th.
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Jean, the county wanted to keep that date because the developer must purchase the land by the end of August.

[Keagy-Village]


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Meantime, a controversial development in Roanoke County is now a done deal.
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Last month, the Board of Supervisors voted 4 to 1 in favor of the Keagy Village Project.
It's an upscale shopping center planned for the corner of Route 419 and Keagy Road next to Allstate Insurance.
Opponents had 30 days to file an appeal in circuit court but that deadline has now passed.
Kahn Development hopes to begin construction by the end of the year.
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[Northside-Windows]


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Vandals are at it again in Roanoke County.
First it was vehicles, now they're targeting schools.
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The latest incident happened at Northside Middle School.
Someone shot out 19 windows with a B-B gun sometime Tuesday morning.
This in addition to a brick that was thrown through a window the night before.
Police say they have several leads but admit this has been a tricky case to solve.
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((R.G. CROSIER/ROANOKE CO. POLICE OFFICER: IT'S LATE AT NIGHT. EVERYONE IS ASLEEP WITH AIR CONDITIONERS RUNNING AND THINGS LIKE THAT. YOU CAN'T HEAR ANYTHING OUTSIDE OF THE HOUSE, THAT'S WHY IT'S IMPORTANT TO LOOK OUT OCCASIONALLY DURING THE NIGHT AND SEE WHAT YOU CAN SEE.))
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Charges will be elevated to a felony because damage estimates at the school top one thousand dollars.
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Police believe these are the same vandals who have shot out 43 car windows in the county in the last several weeks.



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Night two of the Democratic National Convention is full of variety-
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Speakers include the son of republican president Ronald Reagan-
Ron Reagan urged the approval of stem cell research- just weeks after his father died of Alzheimer's disease.
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((RON REAGAN/SON OF PRESIDENT REAGAN; WE CAN CHOOSE BETWEEN THE FUTURE AND THE PAST, BETWEEN COMPASSION AND REASON AND MERE IDEOLOGY. THIS IS A MOMENT AND WE SHOULD NOT FALTER. WHATEVER YOU DO VOTE FOR EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH.))
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John Kerry's wife Teresa Heinz Kerry then urged everyone to get involved.
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((TERESA HEINZ KERRY: I INVITE YOU TO .... A FREE AND DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY.))
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[Kerry]


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Senator John Kerry isn't due in Boston until Thursday. Today, he brought his campaign to Norfolk with the theme "We can do better."
And with the help of Virginia's veterans, Kerry is hoping HE will do better in the state than previous democratic candidates.
Meghan Muldoon has this story.
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(( Like a sailor returning from sea, presidential hopeful John Kerry was greeted by thousands of supporters in Norfolk, home of the world's largest naval base.
With the retired USS Wisconsin dominating the background, Kerry reached out to his fellow veterans.
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((SENATOR JOHN KERRY: THE FIRST DEFINITION OF PATRIOTISM IS KEEPING FAITH WITH THOSE WHO WEAR THE UNIFORM OF OUR COUNTRY AND THAT IS WHAT I'LL DO.)) [RUNS:12]
Kerry endorsed the Nine-Eleven Commission's report and urged the president to act immediately on the panel's recommendations.
And he continued to criticize the president's actions in Iraq.
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((SENATOR JOHN KERRY: THE GREAT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NEVER GOES TO WAR BECAUSE IT WANTS TO WE GO TO WAR BECAUSE WE HAVE TO.)) [RUNS:10]
Kerry's stop in Norfolk was an appeal to the 780-thousand veterans who live inVirginia.
Kerry is counting on them to sail him to victory.
Like Skip Barker, a fellow Vietnam veteran who introduced Kerry.
Barker told the crowd he made a mistake in 2000 by voting for George W. Bush.
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((SKIP BARKER/VIETNAM VETERAN SUPPORTING KERRY: I WANT YOU TO KNOW THERE ARE A LOT OF OTHER FOLKS OUT THERE LIKE ME AND WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND AND SEE THE LIGHT.)) [RUNS:07]
But Kerry's lock on the veteran vote is far from a sure thing.
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((DAVID NIMMER/VIETNAM VETERAN SUPPORTING BUSH: HE PROBABLY WILL GET SOME. THERE ARE CERTAINLY A FEW WHO MAY BE DISGRUNTLED WITH WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE WORLD BUT MANY MORE WHO ARE DEMOCRATS AND VETERANS WILL VOTE FOR PRESIDENT BUSH.)) [RUNS:15]
It's an all-out battle for the votes of Virginia's finest and bravest.
Meghan Muldoon, News 7, Norfolk.))

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President Bush says terrorists will have no safe haven under his presidency.
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The President is on a working vacation at his Texas ranch- where he's going over 9-11 reforms requested by the 9-11 commission.
The President's task is a large one- deciding how to overall the nation's intelligence system and what he can do now without waiting for Congress.
[SUPER=03-Camp Pendleton, CA]


Meanwhile, Vice President Dick Cheney rallied marines at Camp Pendleton- saying al Qaida is a relentless foe. He praised the President for his leadership after the 9-11 attacks.
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[Electronic-Voting]


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For many voters, this November will be the first time they'll use a computer to vote.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]

But election officials like those in Roanoke County, say voters have nothing to worry about. In fact, they say the electronic voting machines are not only more accurate, but also easier to use.
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[IN Q=and it gives you]

((DIANE HENSON/ROANOKE CO. REGISTRAR; AND IT GIVES YOU A SUMMARY SCREEN THAT YOU NEVER HAD BEFORE THAT SHOWS YOU EXACTLY WHO YOU VOTED FOR.))
[SUPER=01-Diane Henson/Roanoke Co. Registrar;]
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But critics say the machines certified in Virginia don't come with a paper back up system -- which is their biggest concern.
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((CRAIG BRIANS/VIRGINIA TECH POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR; ONE OF THE DIFFICULTIES WITH THIS IS THAT THE MACHINES ARE MORE EXPENSIVE. THE PAPER BACK UP COST ABOUT 15-HUNDRED DOLLARS EXTRA PER MACHINE, BASED ON THE CURRENT MARKET PRICES.))

[SUPER=01-Craig Brians/Virginia Tech Political Science Professor; ]
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[OUT Q=on the current prices]
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Right now, there are FIVE "E-voting machines" certified in Virginia. However, the state wants to certify THREE more -- two of which WILL have paper back-up systems.
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Downtown improvements are behind schedule in one area town.
Still ahead on News 7, how Blacksburg hopes to get them back on track.
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Plus the government takes a closer look at the Saturn Vue... But will the S-U-V be recalled?
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[Sports-Preview]


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[Minorities-Crime]

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Commitment, involvement and money - those are just some of the suggestions offered by community leaders to stop crime in minority neighborhoods.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Local officials offered suggestions today to members of Governor Warner's "Preventing Crime in Minority Communities" Task Force. The group has traveled across the Commonwealth listening to problems and solutions within each region. Suggestions include programs which would build trust between citizens and law enforcement.
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((JOE GASKINS/ROANOKE POLICE CHIEF : EVEN THOUGH OUR COMMUNITY IS INVOLVED, I THINK IT HAS TO BE MORE INVOLVED. MORE INVOLVED IN THE POLICE, AND THEY HAVE TO BE MORE WILLING TO GET INVOLVED IN THINGS IN THE COMMUNITY. AND, NUMBER TWO, I THINK WE REALLY NEED TO BE RECRUITING FROM THE MINORITY COMMUNITY.))
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[OUT Q=.. the minority community.]
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The task force will present a report to the Governor by the end of this year outlining its findings.
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[Blacksburg-Construction]


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Improvements to downtown Blacksburg are running a little behind schedule.
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The town is ripping up the sidewalk and cutting down trees to change the look of main street. By the first home football game the downtown is supposed to have new brick sidewalks and new lighting, trash cans, trees and benches.
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[SOT:2:20:06:00 ]
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((MARK VERNIEL: YOU'RE STARTING TO SEE IT UNFOLD BEFORE US AND I THINK A LOT OF THE FOLKS THAT HAVEN'T BEEN TO TOWN IN A WHILE COMING BACK FOR A FOOTBALL GAME. HAVEN'T BEEN HERE FOR A YEAR SO THEY'RE REALLY GOING TO BE SURPRISED WHEN THEY COME BACK TO TOWN AND SEE HOW NICE IT LOOKS.))
[SUPER=01-Mark Verniel/Blacksburg Assistant Town Manager;]
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[OUT Q=nice it looks.]
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Officials are going to double the number of crews working on the project to try and get everything finished by the first week of September. Next week, new trees will be planted. The town is also still planning to hold it's annual "Stepping Out" festival next Friday.
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[Saturn-Vue]


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A Saturn S-U-V is getting a close-up examination from federal safety regulators.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]

The rear suspension of the Tennessee- built Saturn Vue failed during two governent rollover tests that included a 45 mile-an-hour turn. In both tests, a wheel collapsed beneath the vehicle. Experts are now looking over models from 2002 through 2004. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is doing the review. Investigators and GM have not decided whether the Vue will be recalled.
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Will Siegfried and Roy ever return to the stage?
The answer when News 7 returns.
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Plus a wild ride for a trainer at Sea World as he gets dunked by killer whale.
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A killer whale at Sea world in Texas is apparently not too happy with its trainer-
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slamming into Steve Aibel underwater repeatedly.
Take a look at what happens.
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This went on while animal trainers looked on helplessly.
Aibel has trained with the whale for the past ten years.
He says he was caught off guard, but remained calm. He was not hurt.
No one's sure what set the whale off. Some speculate he's at breeding age and that may have sparked the behavior.
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One man who found out first hand the dangers of working with wild animals is Roy Horn- and word tonight that Roy Horn will not return to the stage.
Horn was severely injured last year when he was mauled by a tiger during a show.
A spokesman for Siegfried and Roy said Horn has good days and bad days, but she says they do know he will not be well enough to return to the stage.
Horn is still using a wheelchair, but he is able to walk several hundred steps with a walker.
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Avalanche highlights, ACC football words form preseason top pick Bobby Bowden and Tech safety Vincent Fuller talks golf, plus soft walls going in at Martinsville, but first our extra point.
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[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :00]


The Redskins got some very good news today, just three days before the start of training camp.
Sean Taylor has signed a seven-year, 18 million dollar deal with the Skins. He was the fifth overall draft pick out of Miami. Taylor is expected to be Washington's opening day starter at free safety. Training camp officially opens on Saturday.
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The Salem Avalanche would try and make it two wins in a row tonight as the team battled Wilmington.
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The Avs have been working hard at Salem Memorial to get out of the division's cellar. This one was scoreless until the third. Salem's Adam Seuss connects on the basehit to left that goes over the shortstops head and Jeff Macker scores from third.
The Blue Rocks bust out with 9 runs in the fifth and sixth innings. In the fifth, Mel Stocker lines one to the short, and a run scores on the fielders choice.
[SUPER=37-Wilmington/9/Salem/2;]


Then, Mitchel Mayer triples to right, the shot goes to the wall and that plates three runs, Wilmington beats Salem 9-2.
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[S-Deng]


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The Chicago Bulls have signed first-round picks Ben Gordon out of Connecticut and Luol Deng, who both agreed to terms today. Gordon was the third pick overall.
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[SUPER=03-Durham, NC; :00]


Deng was taken seventh overall by the Phoenix Suns and then traded to the Bulls on draft night. Deng spent just one season at Duke before turning pro, averaging 15 points and nearly seven rebounds as a freshman. Terms of the deals for Gordon and Deng were not disclosed.
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The Martinsville Speedway continues to give the track a face lift.
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Crews are working hard this week, making improvements around the clock. Track president Clay Campbell says the speedway also is about to begin installing the "safer-barrier" soft wall technology - to lessen the severity of crashes in the corners.
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[OUT Q=...first part of October."]
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The new walls made a huge difference at New Hampshire over the weekend, where all of the drivers walked away from a number of really hard crashes. However, there is one snag holding up the complete installation process at Martinsville.
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[OUT Q=....that study is complete."]
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Saturday night, the Motor Mile Speedway is putting a 5 thousand dollar bounty on Frank Deiny, Jr.
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[SUPER=03-Pulaski/Saturday Night; :00]


Deiny has won 7 late model stock car races at the track this season, including 3 in a row, the latest coming in the WDBJ 100. A field of over 30 cars is expected, including the best drivers from South Boston because that track will take the night off. All hope to get the best of the series points leader, Deiny.
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[S-Vincent]


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ACC media relations director Brian Morrison said that Tech and Miami are no longer expansion teams, but members of the suped up football conference. And while Hokies safety Vincent Fuller felt right at home in his new league, he was working hard to get comfortable at a new game. Golf. Travis Wells explains.
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((ACC Coaches weren't the only ones to run the gauntlet of interviews and photo ops at the Grandover Resort. Twenty two players from around the league did their best to strike a pose as well. As for the new addition Hokies, never before have three letters had such a sweet ring to them.
Bryan: Vincent: Travis: Vincent: Bryan:
Fuller hopes that smacking around his new conference brethren on Saturdays should be quite a bit easier than whalloping the little white ball. In Greensboro, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))

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The ACC football media kickoff finished up today in Greensboro. Despite Miami head coach Larry Coker beating Florida State's Bobby Bowden five straight times, the Seminoles were the preseason number one pick. But Bowden doesn't care.
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[Bedford-Arts]


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A year-long plan to create an arts center in Bedford is coming to fruition.
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The Wharton Memorial Foundation will announce this week that a donation will allow the group to buy the Bedford Christian Church. The church will be renovated to accommodate the newly formed Bedford Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, a community school focusing on education and entertainment. Weekend workshops and satellite music lessons could begin as soon as this fall. The funds were donated by former Bedford resident Dr. John Bower.
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[Goodwill]


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Goodwill Industries has a new home.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

The organization consolidated two facilities into the old K-Mart on Melrose Avenue in Roanoke. The 55-thousand square foot building can accommodate 300 individuals with disabilities or disadvantages and 50 staff members.
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[IN Q=The advantages that]

((BRUCE PHIPPS/CEO; 03:16, THE ADVANTAGES THAT WE HAVE AS A RESULT OF OUR CONSOLIDATION, IT REALLY ELIMINATES THE TRANSPORTATION AND SOME OF THE BARRIERS WE WOULD HAVE FACED IN MOVING MATERIALS BACK AND FORTH.))
[SUPER=01-Bruce Phipps/Goodwill Industries CEO]
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[OUT Q=materials back and forth.]
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[VO-NAT]

Goodwill officials cut the ribbon on the new headquarters today.
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