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Coming up on News 7-
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A developer wants to break ground on a luxury neighborhood in Roanoke. But neighbors say they're offended, and not by the price. Plus, President Bush taps his National Security Advisor to be the next Secretary of State. And Lynchburg firefighters turn up the heat with a calendar of their very own.
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News 7 is next.

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Residents in two Roanoke neighborhoods are gearing up for a major fight over a proposed upscale development.
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[Wilton]


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It could be one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Roanoke.
A local developer wants to build half million dollar homes in South Roanoke but many nearby residents say not so fast. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
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Justin McLeod is here now with that part of the story. Justin, what are residents doing about it?
Shannon, for one they've already filed a lawsuit.
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The city however supports the development, believing it will generate much needed tax revenue.
But opponents say the project will bring nothing but trouble.
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[SUPER=01-Betty Norris/South Roanoke Resident; :24]
[SUPER=01-Frank Smith/South Roanoke Resident; :46]
[SUPER=01-Barbara Phelps/Southern Hills Resident; 1:01]
[SUPER=01-Rick Williams/Roanoke Resident; 1:17]
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((((NAT SOUND OF WOMAN SAYING AT 28:10 ABSOLUTELY THERE SHOULD NOT BE A ROAD OFF A PEAKWOOD DRIVE"))
Peakwood Drive is a ridgetop neighborhood in South Roanoke.
It's located above a proposed subdivision called the Wilton Development.
Nearby residents have many concerns and took them to Roanoke's Neighborhood Advocate committee.
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[IN Q=If they are]

((BETTY NORRIS/SOUTH ROANOKE RESIDENT: IF THEY ARE GOING TO DEVELOP THAT BACK THERE THEY NEED TO MAKE THEIR OWN ROAD OFF 220, OR SOMEPLACE, I DON'T CARE.)) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=I DON'T CARE]


She's referring to Boone Homes plans to build 65 upscale homes on 50 acres behind the Wal-mart off U.S. 220.
The access road to the subdivision would be located on Peakwood Drive, a road many nearby residents say is dangerous.
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[IN Q=It's a perspious]

((FRANK SMITH/SOUTH ROANOKE RESIDENT: IT'S A PERSPICUOUS DROP. IT'S NOT EXACTLY AN EASY PLACE TO GET A SCHOOL BUS LET ALONE FIRE AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT.)) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=and safety equipment]


There are different concerns in the Southern Hills neighborhood which is below the proposed subdivision.
The developer plans to route its construction traffic through this neighborhood.
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[IN Q=I'm opposed to that]

((BARBARA PHELPS/SOUTHERN HILLS RESIDENT: I'M OPPOSED TO THAT BECAUSE OF THE DUST, THE DIRT, THE DUMP TRUCKS, TEARING UP OUR STREETS.)) [Runs06]
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Once the work is complete, access from Southern Hills Drive will be shut off.
At least one Roanoke resident says that idea sends the wrong message.
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[IN Q=People who buy]

((RICK WILLIAMS/ROANOKE RESIDENT: PEOPLE WHO BUY 600-THOUSAND DOLLAR HOUSES DON'T WANT TO BE OFFENDED BY HAVING TO DRIVE PAST A WORKING CLASS BLACK NEIGHBORHOOD.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=working class black neighborhood]))
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The Neighborhood Advocates Committee is a new organization designed to give residents more say in city decisions.
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But Shannon, it is unclear whether the group has any real power to change the minds of city leaders.

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A federal judge today sentenced the daughter-in-law of a former Giles County sheriff to 12 years in prison.
Allison Paige Falls pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute cocaine and oxycodone, as well as a weapons charge.


Her husband, James Edwin Falls, previously received a 12-year sentence on similar charges.
James Falls is the son of former Giles County Sheriff Larry Falls, who retired last year.


[Pritchett]


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A man awaiting a second murder trial in Montgomery County is NOW accused of attacking a deputy.
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Livingston "Bud" Pritchett is charged with assault and battery for biting the hand of a deputy while in an elevator at the Mongtomery County Jail. Pritchett was convicted in 1999 for the shooting death of Estel (ES-tul) Singleton, but was granted a new trial. The assault and battery charge was certified to a grand jury this afternoon.
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Condoleezza Rice could well be the next Secretary of State. That's according to an official in the Bush Administration after Colin Powell today announced he would not serve a second term. Jennifer Donelan reports.
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[IN Q=One of President Bush's closest allies...]
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[SUPER=01-Robert Lieber/Georgetown University; :20]
[SUPER=01-Colin Powell/Secretary of State; 1:02]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Donelan/CBS News; 1:24]
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((ONE OF PRESIDENT BUSH'S CLOSEST ALLIES IS STAYING ON FOR A SECOND TERM, BUT IN AN ENTIRELY NEW ROLE. CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR CONDOLEEZA RICE HAS BEEN TAPPED TO REPLACE OUTGOING SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL. IF CONFIRMED, RICE WOULD BE THE SECOND WOMAN EVER TO HOLD THE POST.
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FOR POWELL, THE DAY WAS BUSINESS AS USUAL . A SHORT TIME AFTER PUBLICLY ANNOUNCING HIS RESIGNATION, HE MET WITH ISRAEL'S FOREIGN MINISTER ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE MIDDLE EAST ... FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF PALESTINIAN LEADER YASSER ARAFAT.
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"There are new opportunities that have been presented by recent events..." POWELL ACTUALLY TURNED IN HIS RESIGNATION ON FRIDAY, BUT IT SHOULDN'T HAVE COME AS A SURPRISE. THE 67-YEAR OLD FORMER CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF HAD LONG BEEN CONSIDERED A ONE-TERM SECRETARY OF STATE. BUT HE SAYS HE'LL CONTINUE TO SERVE UNTIL HIS SUCCESSOR IS CONFIRMED.
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"I fully intend for the department to work hard as it has in recent years to push forward the President's foreign policy agenda." FOLLOWING IN POWELL'S FOOTSTEPS WON'T BE EASY. THE RETIRED FOUR-STAR GENERAL IS VIEWED INTERNATIONALLY AS THE MOST POPULAR MEMBER OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION .. AND ONE OF THE MORE MODERATE VOICES IN THE CABINET.
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CONDOLEEZZA RICE ON THE OTHER HAND IS SEEN AS MORE HAWKISH WHEN IT COMES TO FOREIGN POLICY. THE PRESIDENT COULD ANNOUNCE HER NOMINATION AS EARLY AS TUESDAY. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON))

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Arnold for President? That could be the case if one organization gets its way.
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((HELP US AMEND FOR ARNOLD AND 12 MILLION OTHER AMERICANS.))
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A new TV ad now airing in California urges residents to help people like governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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The ads call for a constitutional amendment to allow foreign-born citizens to run for the White House. The spots are funded by Amendus- dot-org, an organization consisting of Schwarzenegger donors and supporters.
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[IN Q=A Southwest]

((LISSA MORGENTHALER-JONES/AMENDFORARNOLD.COM; A SOUTHWEST AIRLINE FLIGHT ATTENDANT KNELT BESIDE ME AND SAID HOW CAN AN AVERAGE PERSON HELP ARNOLD I WANT HIM AS PRESIDENT AND I THOUGHT HONEY I DO TOO!))
[SUPER=01-Lissa Morgenthaler-Jones/Creator of amendforarnold.com;]
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[OUT Q=I do too!]
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Schwarzenegger was born in Austria but became a U-S citizen in 19-83. He has said he would consider running for president if the constitution allowed it.
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Speaking of the Presidency, the Bill Clinton Presidential Library is set to open Thursday in Little Rock, Arkansas. Some 30-thousand guests have been invited. Organizers promised that Clinton's messy legacy won't be overlooked. One corner will be dedicated to his impeachment, and Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones will also be mentioned. Programs are scheduled all week. Highlights include concerts by Aretha Franklin, U2's Bono and the Edge and a science discussion by astronaut John Glenn. Speakers at Thursday's opening include Clinton, his wife, President George W. Bush and his father and former President Carter.
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Some Roanoke County students put down their pens and pencils tonight and picked up the telephone.
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The switch is part of the Education Foundation's annual phonathon.
High school students call up Roanoke County residents and ask them to donate money to help fund scholarships for seniors.
The event typically raises about ten-thousand dollars.
There's even an incentive for student participation.
Ten-percent of the proceeds go towards the school organizations the students belong to.
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Local Catholics hope to stop abuse before it begins.
More on new training for church leaders when News 7 returns.
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Plus Subway will have to find a new way to stay in business downtown.
More on City Council's decision next.
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(( Hey folks, Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office as the new state high school football polls are out tonight. The Redskins make a change at quarterback for the Eagles. UVa tries to put the Miami misery in the past. And Roland Lazenby drops in the sports club - tonight on the Big 7.))
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Roanoke City Council says no... for now.
Today, council members voted to keep Subway and other national chains out of the city market building, until the city develops a strategic plan for the downtown landmark.
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Tenants of the market building had argued that national chains would provide unfair competition, and threaten the local flavor of the food court.
The owners of the downtown Subway had hoped to lease one of the market building's exterior spaces. They said the well-known chain would help to boost the lunch crowd for everyone.
But Council members said they were reluctant to change the current mix, before the city takes a closer look at the future of the market area.
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((SHERMAN LEA: THIS IS A UNIQUE BUILDING, AND A UNIQUE VENTURE AND I THINK IT SHOULD STAY THAT WAY.)) ((BEV FITZPATRICK: YOU KNOW I THINK WE NEED TO SPEND A LITTLE MORE TIME TALKING ABOUT WHAT OUR OWN PROPERTY IS VALUED AT AND WHAT WE WANT IT TO BE AND CONSIDER THAT BEFORE WE MAKE ANY MONUMENTAL DECISIONS.))
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[SUPER=01-Bev Fitzpatrick/Roanoke City Council; :07]
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[OUT Q=before we make any monumental decisions.]
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Today, city council did approve incentives for the south Roanoke retail center that will include a Ukrops grocery store. The performance agreement could bring the developer nine million dollars over fifteen years.
City officials defended the deal, citing the high cost of building in the flood plain. The payments will equal the amount of tax revenue the project generates, up to 600- thousand dollars a year for fifteen years.
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The Catholic Diocese of Richmond is launching a new program aimed at preventing child sexual abuse.
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It's called "Protecting God's Children" and teaches parishioners to look for suspicious behavior and warning signs in other adults. The hope is that by turning the focus to adults - the church can prevent abuse before it happens. The diocese hopes to have everyone who works with children trained by June. Leaders say they also hope to reach out to those who've lost faith in the church.
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((PAUL ASHTON: WE WANT TO BE A BRIDGE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE ANGRY. WE WANT TO BE SOME TYPE OF BRIDGE THAT BRINGS THEM FROM THIS ANGER, RESENTMENT AND HURT TO THE OTHER SIDE WHERE WE CAN HEAL EFFECTIVELY BUT MAKE CHANGES.))
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Criminal background and reference checks are now required every four years for parishioners who work with children on a regular basis.
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The U.S. is in the running to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]

New York is among the cities to send their bids to the International Olympic Committee today. The Big Apple's up against London, Madrid, Moscow, and Paris. Nine cities submitted applications in January, but the candidates were whittled down in May when the IOC rejected Havana, Istanbul, Leipzig and Rio de Janeiro, deeming them unsuited to meet the massive challenges involved in organizing the games. The host city will be selected by the full IOC membership at a meeting in Singapore next July.
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[War-Worlds]


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Tom Cruise has been spotted yet again in Rockbridge County.. this time in just the past week and half.
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[Super=03-Rockbridge Co.;]


Some of the scenes from the actors latest movie 'The War of the Worlds" will be shot in the county- possibly on this farm on Decatur Road.
It's a remake of the film about a Martian invasion of earth.
Cruise apparently spent the night at a private inn recently-
People from paramount studios have also inquired about lodging in the area.
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[IN Q=MY DAUGHTER HAS ]

((LIB CHITTUM: MY DAUGHTER HAS SOME PROPERTY SHE WANTED TO RENT OUT WE HAVE GOTTEN SOME CALLS FROM THE MOVIE CREWS WANTING TO RENT THE HOUSE.))
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[OUT Q=to rent the house.]
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Cruise and Director Steven Spielberg were in town about six weeks ago as well- spotted at the Lexington Dairy Queen where Cruise ordered a chocolate cone.
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[IN Q= HE GAVE ]

((C. J. WALLACE/DAIRY QUEEN EMPLOYEE; HE GAVE ME A GIRL AND MY GENERAL MANAGER AUTOGRAPHS.)) ((SHERYL WAGNER/ROCKBRIDGE TOURISM MARKETING DIR.; THEY'RE BIG NAME HOLLYWOOD STARS AND THEY'VE BEEN IN ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY IT'S NEAT AND KIND OF COOL.))
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[SUPER=01-Sheryl Wagner/Rockbridge Tourism Marketing Dir.; 04! ]
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Paramount people have also inquired about warehouse space for props and catering services for the crew.
The scenes will be shot sometime next month.. Filming is expected to take about a week. The movie is also being shot in New Jersey and Upstate New York. It's due out next June.

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Robin says we're in for another cold night. Are there more to come?
The forecast is still ahead on News 7.
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Plus some might say the men and women of Lynchburg's fire department are on fire... at least on the pages of their new calendar.
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[Shopping-Spree]


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It's an opportunity most women can only dream about.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

60-year-old Judy Heitz of Roanoke won a shoe-shopping spree today at Rack Room Shoes. In celebration of the stores' 84th anniversary, Heitz had to race through the aisles and pick up as many items as she could in 84-seconds. With a little prayer and planning -- Heitz was able to grab 27-pairs of shoes, worth more than 12-hundred dollars.
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[IN Q=i had a good]

((JUDY HEITZ/SHOPPING SPREE WINNER: I HAD A GOOD WORKOUT THIS MORNING BEFORE I GOT HERE, BUT LIKE I SAID, FOR A WOMAN MY AGE, I THINK I DID OKAY, I REALLY DO (LAUGHS)!))
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[OUT Q=i really do (laughs)]
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Heitz is one of 17-winners across the country. She isn't going to keep the shoes for herself. Instead, she plans to donate them to charity.
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Come Christmas, Santa gets around with help from his reindeer. But this early in the season, he's using ropes.
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[SUPER=03-Denver, CO;]

At least this Santa in Colorado chose to drop into town in a different way, rappelling down the side of the Denver Pavilion. He dropped down through the sign and then stopped for a rest.
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[IN Q=We've got Santa actually rappelling...]

((KAREN MULVILLE/DENVER PAVILIONS: WE'VE GOT SANTA ACTUALLY RAPPELLING DOWN, HE'S GOING TO BE SITTING IN THE D, IT'S ALWAYS FUN TO HAVE SANTA AS PART OF THE HOLIDAYS. UNIQUE WAY TO DO THIS? ABSOLUTELY, WE HAVE A UNIQUE SIGN, THE PAVILION IS A UNIQUE PROPERTY, DOWNTOWN'S A UNIQUE PROPERTY, A UNIQUE VENUE SO HAVING SANTA CLAUS DOWN HERE IS FUN.))
[SUPER=01-Karen Mulville/Denver Pavilions;]
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[OUT Q=Santa Claus down here is fun.]
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In case you haven't lapsed into stress mode yet, Santa was just offering a reminder that there are only 48-days days left until Christmas.
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The latest high school football polls are out, Brunell is out, and while UVa is down, but the players say they are not out.
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]

First tonight's Extra Point - Roland Lazenby - the man who has written more than 50 best sellers books ranging from Ralph Sampson's "Life Above the Rim" to his latest offering "The Show - an Oral history of the Lakers" was the featured guest of the Roanoke Valley Sports Club tonight. Lazenby is a VMI grad and a professor at Va. Tech - he also grew up in Wytheville where he was best friends with the one and only Roy Stanley.
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The state high school football polls are out tonight and again there are Friday Football Extra members throughout them.
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[GO TO APRISA 12005] Gretna is still number one in Group Two A, while the Liberty Minutemen are fourth. Liberty also is 10-and-0 and this Friday Liberty
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plays host to number 6 Salem. Amherst County is 7th. And while Pulaski fell out, Rockbridge County and Richlands both jumped in this week in the 10 spot.
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In Group A, the area's hottest non-unbeaten team debuts this week. Giles - the Three Rivers Champ - hasn't lost a game since September 10th and is 10th this week.
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[GO TO APRISA 12007] George Wythe - which is the highest rated Group AS team from the area, didn't make the playoffs. The Maroons are five.
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[GO TO APRISA 12008] There you can see Giles in the 10 spot, Lebanon 7th and William Campbell 9th. The playoffs open on Friday night.
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Earlier tonight in make up games from last Friday, Chatham slammed Altavista 48-to-0, and Bassett beat Dan River 28 to 6.

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The Virginia Cavaliers head to Atlanta this Saturday for a one o'clock date with the suddenly surging Ga. Tech Yellow Jackets. Steve Mason has more on the bounce back ability from Charlottesville.
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[GO TO APRISA 12000] The Hokies will host the Hoos the Saturday after Thanksgiving - and today the start time was set for one o'clock on the 27th. The 86th meeting between the two will be televised by ABC Sports. Last year UVa broke a four game losing streak against the Hokies with a 35-to-21 win.
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The fifth set of BCS Rankings of the season are out, and Auburn is still out of the big game by a notch.
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[GO TO BCS RANKINGS 1074] USC remains a solid number one in the ranking, and although Auburn DOES draw closer to the Sooners this week, for the second spot, Oklahoma still holds the edge. Cal is again 4th, while Texas is 5th. The Hokies are 15th this week, while UVa slips from 11th to 19th.
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The Washington Redskins are 3 and 6 and at the bottom of the NFC East and basically done
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after a somewhat embarrassing 17-10 loss to the now 4 and 5 Cincinnati Bengals yesterday. At the focus of the Skins problems is quarterback Mark Brunnell, who was yanked in favor of Patrick Ramsey.
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And this afternoon, Gibbs announced that Ramsey will start this week against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Barry Bonds won his seventh National League Most Valuable Player award today.
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The 32 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America gave 24 of their first-place votes to Bonds, who has now won the award four years in a row. Los Angeles third baseman Adrian Beltre was second. Bonds is the only player with more than three M-V-P awards.
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If you want to catch a glimpse of some of Lynchburg's 'hunkiest' firefighters, but don't want to set your house on fire to do it, help is on the way.
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The Lynchburg Fire and E-M-S Foundation has created its first ever calendar featuring the men and women of the fire department.
Officials say the poses are tastefully done and help illustrate all the different services the department provides.
Proceeds from the 15-dollar calendar benefit various fire department programs. (------------)