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This is only a drill--
But national guard members and police say it's helping them prepare for a real terrorist attack.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]


And, we'll tell you how at- risk youth are getting a jump start on their careers.

[Sports-head]


[ANCHOR=travis]
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Tonight in sports, a Mears is on the pole at Indy again, Magna Vista takes over the FFE spotlight, and
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[VO-NAT]


the Hokies strike a pose for the cameras on Media Day in Blacksburg.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Brent]
[SS=None]


A taste of October in August across the region, with sunny skies and record setting temperatures. How long will the cool air stick around? The details in the 7-Day Planner.

[ANCHOR=kIM]

News 7 at 6 starts now.
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[IN Q=That's what makes]

((ANTHONY PRICE: THAT'S WHAT MAKES US BETTER SUITED FOR HOMELAND SECURITY THAN MOST FEDERAL AGENCIES IS THAT THIS IS OUR HOME AS WELL AS YOURS.))
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[OUT Q=as well as yours]
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Army National Guard Soldiers team up with Police to ensure the public's safety in the event of a terroist attack.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]


Good evening, I'm Kimberly McBroom, in for Myranda Stephens.

[Homeland-Security]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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They hope they never have to put their training to work, but this weekend National Guard Soldiers and Roanoke City Police are practicing Homeland Defense. As Jennifer Wishon reports, they want the public to know they're in good hands.
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[SUPER=01-CSM Anthony Price/Army National Guard; :06]
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[SUPER=01-Chris Bolling/Roanoke Police Homeland Defense Officer; 1:03]
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(( The mission of protecting America's homeland is nothing new for the Army National Guard.
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((ANTHONY PRICE: THE NATIONAL GUARD, IN REALITY, HAS PLAYED A HOMELAND SECURITY MISSION SINCE GEORGE WASHINGTON WAS AS COLONEL. YOU CAN ACTUALLY LOOK BACK TO 1750 AND THIS BATALLION WAS PART OF WHAT WAS THEN COLONEL GEORGE WASHINGTON'S DEFENSE AGAINST THE INDIANS ON THE FRONTIER.))
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But things have changed since 1750. That's why for the past three years the First Battalion of the 116th Infantry Division has been training with Roanoke City Police and Firefighters in case the Roanoke Valley ever comes under attack.
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((LEAN, LEAN, STEP.))
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Saturday the public was invited to watch how the two groups work together and take a look at the tools at their disposal.
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((SUSAN WILSON/SALEM RESIDENT: IT MAKES ME FEEL VERY PROTECTED BECAUSE WE'VE GOT A GOOD GROUP OF GUYS HERE IN OUR HOMETOWN. THEY'RE VERY DEVOTED AND THEY'RE VERY SUBSTANTIAL.))
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((NATS OF CROWD CONTROL PRACTICE))

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((CHRIS BOLLING: WE WANT TO BE PREPARED FOR ANY POSSIBLE HOMELAND DEFENSE OR EMERGENCY SCENARIO. CIVIL DISTURBANCE IS ONE POSSIBILITY, THIS ALSO COULD HELP US PREPARE FOR A MAJOR TERROIST INCIDENT BECAUSE THERE WOULD BE CROWDS INVOLVED.))
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((QUICK NATS OF REPELLING))

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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: MORE THAN 200 SOLDIERS WITH THE FIRST BATALLION OF THE 116TH INFANTRY ARE NOW DEPLOYED. THE VIRGINIA DEFENSE FORCE HAS STEPPED IN TO FILL THEIR VOID, BUT THEY NEED MORE HELP AND ARE ACTIVELY RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS.))
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((SGT. JOANIE BUCKLAND/VA DEFENSE FORCE: WE NEED PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. WE NEED HOUSEWIVES, WE NEED BANKERS, LAWYERS, DOCTORS, ANYONE.))
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Still, soldiers say despite being down in number, they've never been better prepared to protect their homeland from harm. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

[Fire-Grants]


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Money will soon be coming in to some local fire departments. Governor Mark Warner announced more than 1 million dollars in federal money will be rolling into Virginia. In our area, the Bland Volunteer Fire Department is getting one-hundred-62 thousand dollars for a Firefighting Vehicle. The Rural Retreat Volunteer Fire Department is receiving more than 60-thousand for Operations and Firefighter Safety.

The Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program awards one-year grants directly to fire departments to support the nation's firefighters and the services they deliver.


[Service-Dogs]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Members of a Roanoke Valley foundation rolled up their sleeves to raise money for those in need today.
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The Saint Francis of Assisi Service Dog Foundation held a car wash at Tanglewood Mall. They're raising money for their service dog training program. Trained dogs help disabled people throughout the valley do things like open doors and alert them to sounds they can't hear. The foundation is also working towards another fundraiser coming up October 23rd.
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((LIZ SHUMATE: WE ARE WORKING TOWARDS A WONDERFUL FALL EVENT. IT'S CALLED SHABOOM. IT'S A DOO WAH DITTY FOR THE DOGS AND IT'S A 50'S THEME THAT WE'LL HAVE OUT AT OUR SERVICE CENTER.))
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This 1975 Cadillac will also be raffled off at the October event. The Foundation gets its service dogs from area breeders and shelters. Once the dogs are taught basic obedience they begin training to become service, hearing and companion dogs.
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((LEE ANNE MCADAM: AS TRAINERS WE'RE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACTUAL TASK WORK THAT THE DOGS WILL DO AND THEN WORKING WITH THE RECIPIENTS ONCE THEY'VE BEEN MATCHED WITH A RECIPIENT SO THAT THE RECIPIENTS KNOW HOW TO WORK WITH THE DOGS.))
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McAdam says it usually takes five months to one year to train a dog.
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[Workforce-Program]


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At-risk youth are given the opportunity to succeed in the workforce thanks to a federal program that really changes lives. Intern Reporter Lauren McKay tells us how people in our area are benefiting.
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((Kevin Cox is no Mr. Clean. He's a fifteen year old with down syndrome and he has a bright future. The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 gives clients like Cox hope for their future.
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((KEVIN COX/CLIENT; WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR THE FUTURE? ARE YOU GOING TO GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL? YES. THEN WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO? I'M GOING TO GO TO COLLEGE.))
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The WIA is a national employment program providing training, employment, and educational opportunities to young adults ages fourteen to twenty-one. It's for people meeting at least one of the following guidelines: [insert graphic here] Low income, homeless, a criminal record, a pregnant or parenting teen, a runaway or foster child, or someone who has trouble with basic skills. [end graphic here]
Goodwill Industries of the Valley operates this youth program in the New River Valley and Roanoke regions. It places clients like Cox in summer working programs.
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((LINDA MATTHEWS/DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS; WE WANT THEM TO KNOW WHAT IT IS TO DO A JOB WELL DONE FOR AN EMPLOYER, SO THE WORK PORTION OF THIS WHOLE SUMMER PROGRAM IS BASICALLY GIVING THEM THAT EXPERIENCE AT THE WORKPLACE.))
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((LAUREN MCKAY/INTERN REPORTER; VIRGINIA HAS ONE-STOP EMPLOYMENT CENTERS LIKE THIS ONE LOCATED ON VALLEY VIEW BOULEVARD WHERE CUSTOMERS CAN GO TO SEEK INFORMATION ON SERVICES PROVIDED THROUGH THE WIA.))
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((LINDA MATTHEWS/DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS; A PERSON SHOULD BE ABLE TO GO INTO A ONE STOP CENTER AND ACCESS NOT ONLY OUR SERVICES UNDER THE WIA...IT'S A ONE STOP SHOP.))
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The WIA gives Chris Garner the chance to get a job and make money. He hopes to one day put some if it toward a special project.
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((CHRIS GARNER/THIRD YEAR CLIENT; MY DAD GAVE ME MY TRUCK, HE...HE, DECEASED RIGHT NOW, HE GAVE ME A TRUCK, A 53 MODEL CHOPTOP...SO...AND YOU'RE GOING TO USE THE MONEY YOU MAKE HERE TO FIX UP YOUR TRUCK... YES, TRY TO.))
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Last year the WIA served about four-hundred teens and young adults in the Roanoke and New River Valleys. Lauren McKay, News 7, Roanoke.))
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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You can find out more about the Workforce Development Center and their services in our area
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[WIPE TO WDBJ WEBPAGE FS] by going to our website at w-d-b-j-7-dot-com and clicking on websites in the news.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Still to come on News 7 at 6, some say it tastes like chalk, cardboard or worse...
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but one local hospital hopes you won't complain about institutional food ever again.
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[Lewis-Gale]


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Patients at Lewis- Gale Medical Center may feel like they're staying at a hotel instead of a hospital.
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Lewis- Gale is now offering "At Your Request Room Service Dining".
Patients can order in everything from pasta to omelettes to cheesecake.
In the 15-months since the program started, patient satisfaction has risen nearly 20 percent.
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((WREN ROBERTS/FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES GENERAL MANAGER: BASICALLY, THEY CAN ORDER ANYTHING THEY WANT FROM 7 AM UNTIL 6:30 PM, AS LONG AS IT'S IN ACCORDANCE TO THEIR DIETS. THEY SIMPLY PLACE A CALL THROUGH ROOM SERVICE, THE ORDER'S PLACED, THE MEAL IS PREPARED AND DELIVERED WITHIN 45 MINUTES TO AN HOUR. ))
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The hospital has also just opened an upscale coffee bar and bistro, Jazzman's Cafe, in the main lobby.
And a strolling hospitality cart offers visitors and patients snacks in the mid- morning and afternoon-- free of charge.
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[Biz-Review]


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Population growth is taking over farm and forestland in Virginia, and a new report says the Southwest part of the state has a long way to go economically. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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(( MeadWestvaco is cutting up to 80 salaried jobs at its Covington mill by the end of next year. It's part of a company-wide effort to reduce the workforce by one thousand jobs. About 14-hundred people work at the Covington mill. State officials say population growth is threatening the Commonwealth's 39 Billion dollar agricutlture industry. Virginia has lost nearly 45-thousand acres of farm and forest land every year since 1997.
Many of those acres have been paved over to make way for shopping malls, subdivisions or gas stations.
State officials say that in addition to the aesthetic and environmental benefits farmland provides, there is also a cost savings.
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((CARLTON COURTER/VA AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER: WHEN YOU PUT IN HOUSES AND YOU HAVE SCHOOLS, AND YOU HAVE SEWER AND INFRASTRUCTURE, RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ENDS UP COSTING A LOCALITY, CITY OR STATE, MORE THAN IT BRINGS BACK IN TAX RECEIPTS.))
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Homebuilders and developers blame the loss of farmland on the state's rising population.
And they point out that modern techniques now allow farmers to grow more on less land.
A progress report from the Fifth Planning District Regional Alliance says Southwest Virginia still has a long way to go to catch up to the rest of the nation economically. Two years ago, the group started looking at ways to make the region more competitive in the global economy. Members found that the area is falling behind state and national averages in wages, manufacturing, and education. The report did say that some progress is being made, especially in connecting parts of the region, and in marketing the area. For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))







[Tease#2]
[ANCHOR=Kim]
[SS=NONE]
[ENG#=APRISA]

Still ahead on the newscast, it might feel more like fall tonight, as record lows are possible for parts of the region... We'll have your full forecast in a few minutes.
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[VO-NAT]

and many experts say it will be a down year for Virginia Tech football, but on Media Day the players say they have high expectations.
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[Steppin-Out]


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Blacksburg residents are Steppin' Out this weekend.
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The town's annual Steppin' Out festival got started yesterday and continues until ten o'clock tonight. Organizers say the event helps draw attention to cultural diversity found in Southwest Virginia. It's also a chance for local artists and musicians to showcase their talents.
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((DYLAN LOCKE: WE HAVE LOTS OF CRAFTS AND ART, GREAT FOOD, GREAT MUSIC. IT'S SET UP RIGHT IN DOWNTOWN BLACKSBURG SO IT'S A VERY BEAUTIFUL SETTING AND LOTS OF VERY NICE PEOPLE YOUNG AND OLD.))
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Sponsored by downtown merchants, admission to Steppin' Out is free. More than ten- thousand people are expected to attend the two day event which features three performance stages. Headliners this evening include the African Showboyz.
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[Soul-Picnic]


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The seventh annual Stone Soul Picnic is drawing a large crowd in Roanoke today.
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((NAT SOUND OF GOSPEL BAND))
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Hundreds attended the event held at Booker T. Washington Park. The afternoon saw a number of Gospel acts from around the region. Founded by the late Duke Ellington, the goal of the picnic is to bring families together in a setting everyone can enjoy. But this year, it was also a celebration of Ellington's life.
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((KAREN WALKER: DUKE WAS A MAN OF LOVE AND IT DIDN'T MATTER WHO YOU WERE, WHAT YOU WERE, WHAT COLOR YOU WERE, DUKE WAS A MAN OF LOVE AND THIS IS WHAT THIS IS ORGANIZED FROM.))
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The former W-T-O-Y Dee Jay passed away in March after a battle with colon cancer. People at the picnic wore t- shirts to honor his memory. The event continues until ten o'clock tonight.
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming up, the Hokies make a statement on media day, Michael Vick goes head to head with childhood idol Steve McNair,
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and Casey Mears puts the hammer down in Brickyard 400 qualifying.
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[S-Media]


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Virginia Tech held its annual preseason football media gathering today. And Mike Stevens says there were plenty of smiles to go around for a team that many folks feel is already "out of the picture."

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[S-Magna]


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The Friday Football Extra caravan trucks into Henry County tonight to check on the Magna Vista Warriors.
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Thanks to consolidation in the county, Laurel Park has merged with Magna Vista, leaving Coach Joe Beckelheimer with several more athletes to choose from.
So far the chemistry between the kids has been excellent.
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The Warriors made it to the state semis a year ago, and return plenty of size up front.
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[OUT Q=a big privilege for us."]
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[S-Vick]


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Michael Vick and the Falcons scrimmaged the Titans in front of 31 thousand fans in Nashville today.
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For the past three days Vick has had the chance to match up with one of his childhood idols in Steve McNair.
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[S-Qualify]


[ANCHOR=travis]
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[WRITER=twe]
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Rick Mears won 6 poles and 4 races at the Indy 500. Today his nephew Casey grabbed the pole for Sunday's Brickyard 400.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/TNT; :00]


Mears shattered the track record with a hot lap at 186.29 miles per hour. That's nearly 2 miles an hour faster than Kevin Harvick's mark set last year. Mears will start on the point for the second straight week in the Target Dodge, right next to South Boston's Ward Burton and just in front of Elliott Sadler. Now here's the starting grid for tomorrow's race.
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[wipe to qualifying boards]
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[GO TO QUALIFYING BOARDS]
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[SUPER=0107-1. Casey Mears/186.293/2. Ward Burton/185.391/3. Elliott Sadler//4. Joe Nemechek//5. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//;

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[SUPER=0107-6. Brian Vickers//7. Ryan Newman//8. Jamie McMurray//9. Jimmie Johnson//10. Sterling Marlin//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Jeff Gordon//12. Kasey Kahne//13. Jeremy Mayfield//14. Jeff Green//15. Kurt Busch/;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Mark Martin//17. Dale Jarrett//18. Bill Elliott//19. Jeff Burton//20. Robby Gordon//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Terry Labonte//22. Kenny Wallace//23. Matt Kenseth//24. Tony Stewart//25. Jason Leffler//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Kyle Petty//27. Scott Riggs//28. Michael Waltrip//29. Rusty Wallace//30. Brendan Gaughan//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Ken Schrader//32. Kevin Harvick//33. Jimmy Spencer//34. Scott Wimmer//35. Greg Biffle//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Tony Raines//37. Ricky Craven//38. Dave Blaney//39. Bobby Labonte/Prov/40. Ricky Rudd/Prov/;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Todd Bodine/Prov/42. Scott Pruett/Prov/43. Derrike Cope/Prov/;]
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