05/17/05

6 p.m.


JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Will a new store "improve" one part
of Roanoke? the plans to build a new
home improvement store right across
from another one.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT


KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

and campaign time is here and the mud
slinging has already begun.

Plus teens are under stress.. what's
causing it coming up.


(END VO) END VO


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

Tonight on News 7 sports - we'll
check in with Tech softball star Angela
Tincher, plus the folks who run the
Spring Jubilee in Radford.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And Northside senior Michael


Mauceri (MUH-SHERRY) wins the $16
thousand dollar Holliday golf
scholarship.

(END VO) END VO


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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Tuesday was a slow starter as clouds


kept temperatures down until the
afternoon. What will Wednesday hold?
JEAN 4-Shot JEAN 4-Shot

News Seven at Six is next
Open (Open)

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*CG 4054



*CG 306


*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com
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ENG#=3





VO-NAT VO-NAT

KEITH on VO

Keith on VO

The battle to be the best in home
improvement hits home.
JEAN on VO Jean on VO

Home Depot announces plans to move
into one Roanoke city neighborhood, but
what does that mean for residents?

(END VO) END VO



JEAN 2-Shot Jean 2-Shot

Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon
KEITH 2-Shot Keith 2-Shot

And I'm Keith Humphry
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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

Plans to build a Home Depot on
Route-220 have resurfaced.
JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

The company first floated the idea
in 2002, but officials say they had to
hammer out some planning issues before
moving forward.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Jean & Myranda/Micro DOUBLE BOXES



Now that plans are back on track,
what are residents saying about it?
KEITH's MIC KEITH IN BOXES

Myranda Stephens went to find out.

Keith and Jean, the plan is to open
the new store as early as the fall of
2006.

LIVE=Myranda Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke

Most of the residents WE spoke to today

are ready to break out the welcome
wagon.

While others say if you can't beat em,
join em.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG 2line Frankie Sheffield
Southern Hills Resident
:17
*CG locator Roanoke
:21


*CG 2line James Douthat
Attorney
:41
*CG 2line Jerlene Hagins
Southern Hills Resident
:58



RUNS=1:04 (END SOT)



OQ= TRYING TO GET OUT THERE <<
SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 53:24 YEAH IT'S GONE HAPPEN ANYWAY, WE


CAN'T STOP IT 26

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Frankie Sheffield says her opinion


didn't really matter when LOWE's moved
into her backyard seven years ago.


And she says it still doesn't matter
now that the store's biggest competitor
is moving in too.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 5327 FRANKIE SHEFFIELD/SOUTHERN HILLS


RESIDENT: EVEN THOUGH WE PROTEST
AGAINST IT, IT'S GONE COME ANYWAY.
CAN'T STOP PROGRESS 31

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Last week, Home Depot notified


residents in the Southern Hills
community about its plans to build a
new store between Route-220 and Griffin
Road.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 9:19 AND WE WOULD CUT INTO THE BANK


HERE SO WE WOULD BE LOWER THAN GRIFFIN
ROAD 23

RUNS=04 (END SOT)



OQ= Officials say the plan is to build an


entrance road using the same stoplight
that moves traffic into Lowes.


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 6:48 JAMES DOUTHAT/ATTORNEY: SO FROM


220 OR FRANKLIN ROAD, YOU'D BE SEEING
THE SIDE OF THE BUILDING AND FROM THE
ENTRANCE ROAD YOU'D SEE THE FRONT OF
THE BUILDING 55


RUNS=07 (END SOT)



OQ= And while sharing a traffic light with


the competition may be a strategy for
Home Depot, it's a lifesaver for some
residents.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 51:20 JERLENE HAGINS/SOUTHERN HILLS


RESIDENT: IT WOULD HELP US TO GET OUT
TO THE INTERSTATE, CAUSE WHEN YOU'RE
TRYING TO GET TO THE INTERSTATE IT
TAKES YOU SOMETIMES 15 TO 20-MINUTES
TRYING TO GET OUT THERE 26

RUNS=06 (END SOT)>>



OQ=





LIVE=Myranda Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Roanoke

Douthat says the developers already own
the property that would be affected, so
none of the residents would have to
give up their land for the project.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Jean & Myranda/Micro DOUBLE BOXES



Keith and Jean, Home Depot plans to
meet with residents next Tuesday
though, to hear out any of their
concerns.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Murder Invest. The Nelson County man suspected


of killing his father has been
captured.

Deputies say 28 year old Moriah
Robin Tolton was taken into custody
around noon today.

His 60 year old father, John
Julius Tolton of Gladstone, was found
shot to death yesterday afternoon.
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Some Danville families who are


upset over being evicted from their
mobile home park may be ready to take
their fight to court.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT :20.5
VO-NAT




*CG locator Danville

The owner of the Margarene
trailer park has given his tenants the
legally-required 120-day notice to
vacate their homes.

If all 54 families are out by June
30th, they'll each get a thousand
dollars to help with moving expenses.


But residents say the time frame
and the financial constraints make it
impossible for them to comply.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=I feel like




*CG 2line Shawn Collins
Mobile Home Park Resident 13:45:34 SHAWN COLLINS/MOBILE HOME PARK
RESIDENT: I FEEL LIKE IT'S A SHOT IN
THE HEAD THAT THEY JUST ARE GOING TO
COME IN PRETTY MUCH WITHOUT NOTICE ...
I KNOW THAT THEY GAVE US THIS LETTER ..
BUT WITHOUT NOTICE AND BULLDOZE THESE
MEMORIES AWAY, BULLDOZE ALL THESE
PEOPLE'S DREAMS AWAY, BULLDOZE ALL
THESE PEOPLE'S FUTURES AWAY.

RUNS=16 (END SOT)



OUT Q=people's futures away.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Residents say they'll meet with an
attorney tomorrow to discuss their
legal options.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Campaign 2005 Virginia's gubernatorial front



runners started campaigning early this
year with plenty of money available.

Some say all thast cash promotes
negativity and overshadows the issues
that matter.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer/State DOUBLE BOXES


Micro Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon is here with that story.

LIVE=Jennifer Full/State micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com


*CG live Richmond

Keith, Less than two months after
Tim Kaine and Jerry Kilgore kicked off
their campaigns in Southwest Virginia,
one political analyst fears they may be
doing more harm than good.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Nat sound


*CG locator Richmond
:00


*CG 2line Larry Sabato
Political Analyst
:15
*CG 2line Jerry Kilgore

(R) Candidate for Governor



:31
*CG 2line Tim Kaine

(D) Candidate for Governor


:52



RUNS=1:28 (END SOT)



OQ=TURNOUT EVER IN NOVEMBER.



<<
SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Nat sound 9:46:01 NAT SOUND OF ANDREA TEARING OFF


COUNTDOWN SIGNS.

RUN03 (END SOT)



OQ=Nat sound As the days to the November


election count down Democrat Tim Kaine
and Republican Jerry Kilgore are
working full time to promote their
agendas.

But some fear political quarrels
are taking a front seat to public
policy.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Legitimate criticism. 50:19 LARRY SABATO: LEGITIMATE


CRITICISM ON THE ISSUES, IF IT'S
ACCURATE, IS A LEGITIMATE PART OF
POLITICS. WHAT'S NOT LEGITIMATE IS
THIS PETTY BICKERING GOING ON BETWEEN
THE TWO CAMPS THAT IS TURNING OFF
VIRTUALLY EVERYONE.

RUN12 (END SOT)




OQ=turning off virtually everyone. Neither camp let's anything go


unanswered.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=It is important to draw 13:15:21 JERRY KILGORE: IT IS


IMPORTANT TO DRAW DISTINCTION ON THE
ISSUES. WHAT IS DISTURBING IN THIS
CAMPAIGN IS WHEN IT GETS PERSONAL.

RUN07 (END SOT)



OQ=when it get's personal.



{COVER WITH FS GRAPHIC}

SOT FULL SOT FULL RADIO AD TAPE



INQ=Jerry Kilgore has 15:32:26 VOICE OF TIM KAINE: JERRY


KILGORE HAS BEEN MAKING THINGS UP ABOUT
ME AND LETTING SLICK RADIO ANNOUNCERS
DO HIS DIRTY WORK.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=do his dirty work. {END COVER HERE}



When this radio ad hit the air,
the Kilgore camp called it an attack on
Jerry Kilgore's Southwest Virginia
accent.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=The only person who's 10:05:49 TIM KAINE: THE ONLY PERSON


WHO'S EVER SAID A WORD ABOUT JERRY'S
ACCENT IS JERRY. THE ONLY PERSON IN
THIS RACE WHO'S BELITTLED WHERE
SOMEBODY CAME FROM IS JERRY. HE OFTEN
SORT OF MAKES FUN OF OR JOKES ABOUT THE
FACT THAT I GREW UP IN KANSAS.


RUN11 (END SOT)



OQ=I grew up in Kansas.





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=We are the two most 13:15:35 JERRY KILGORE: WE ARE THE TWO


MOST DIFFERENT CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR
IN MODERN HISTORY.

RUN04 (END SOT)



OQ=in modern history. But Larry Sabato says neither


candidate is distinguishing himself.

He says, so far, candidates have
just cut at the edges of issues like
transportation that will be a major
problem for the next governor.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=They're turning people 42:47 LARRY SABATO: THEY'RE TURNING


PEOPLE OFF RIGHT, LEFT AND MIDDLE AND
THEY BETTER GET BACK ON THE INTERSTATE
OR WE'LL HAVE THE LOWEST TURNOUT EVER
IN NOVEMBER.

RUN08 (END SOT)>>



OQ=turnout ever in November.



LIVE=Jennifer Full/State micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

Kilgore and Kaine also have
differing views on Kaine's stance on
gun- rights.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer/State DOUBLE BOXES


Micro Keith, Tomorrow on News 7 at Six

we'll take a closer look.

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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Students, parents and teachers
are all looking forward to a new
Roanoke high school.

When News 7 returns, a look at
the work and when it will be done.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT 07



VO-NAT




KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

Also teenagers and stress... from
homework to boyfriends- what are some
of the causes of teenage stress?

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=AND PARENTS 20:38 AND PARENTS PARENTS ARE STRESSORS


AS WELL.

RUNS=05 (END SOT) 05 plus pad



OQ=STRESSORS AS WELL Why teens today may be under more


stress than their parents were.

(END VO) END VO


1st-Weather (1st Wx)
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WEATHER CENTER

POSITION #1




WXPRO/FULL WEATHER MAP





Break #1 BREAK



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MINI OPEN


KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

It's not just adults but many
teenagers who are under stress- and a
lot of it.
JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

Just what is causing stress for
teens.

JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Teens & Stress why some say teens now suffer more


stress than their parents did when they
were young.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=tHE TEENAGE YEARS




*CG locator Roanoke
00




*CG 2line Alicia Holdren
Patrick Henry H.S. Senior
13-16 quick!


*CG 2line Ben Deck
Patrick Henry H.S. Sophomore
18


*CG 2line Afton Jones
Patrick Henry H.S. Senior
30 quick!


*CG 2line Hallie Carr
William Fleming H.S. Principal
48
*CG 2line John Francis
Patrick Henry H.S. Sophomore

1:12
*CG 2line Rickie Sykes
William Fleming H.S. Asst. Principal
1:25
*CG 2line Richard Hartley
Roanoke School Director of Counseling
1:49







RUNS=1:59 (END SOT)



OQ=DRUG ABUSE, SEXUAL PROMISCUITY <<



(END SOT) The teenage years- a time with no


worries... right?

But when teens describe their
lives- you don't hear "careFREE" but
stress filled.


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=WE'RE DOING SOL'S 14:54 ALICIA HOLDREN/PH SENIOR: WE'RE


DOING SOL'S RIGHT NOW AP EXAMS WERE THE
LAST TWO WEEKS.

RUN04 (END SOT)



OQ=LAST TWO WEEKS.





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Just getting into 19:38



BEN DECK/SOPHOMORE: JUST GETTING INTO
COLLEGE FOR SENIORS. IT'S AP TESTS

COMING AROUND, SOL'S, FINAL EXAMS.
EVERYTHING LIKE THAT CAN PUT STRESS ON
STUDENTS.

RUN09 (END SOT)



OQ=stress on students.





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Parents can sometimes 24:00



JOHN FRANCIS/SOPHOMORE: PARENTS CAN
SOMETIMES CAUSE STRESS TOO.

RUN03 (END SOT)



OQ=stress too.
SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=KIDS TODAY 19:01



AFTON JONES/SENIOR: KIDS TODAY ARE
UNDER SO MUCH STRESS THAN KIDS WERE
YEARS AGO.

RUN6 (END SOT)



OQ=YEARS AGO Some experts agree.



One reason.. teens have instant
access to the news media- and are more
aware of what's going on in the world-
with no one to filter information for
them.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=They have questions tape#2 25:04



HALLIE CARR/WILLIAM FLEMING PRINCIPAL:
THEY HAVE QUESTIONS. THEY HAVE FEARS
ABOUT WHAT KIND OF WORLD THEY'RE GOING

TO BE IN FOR THE NEXT 70 YEARS.

RUN10 (END SOT)



OQ=next 70 years. And teens often handle jam-packed


schedules- more than their parents did.

John Francis is 16-.. a sophomore..
who plays four instruments.. is in
orchestra and holds down a job at the
Grandin Theater.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=WE'RE DOING SOL'S 22:22 tape #1



john francis/sophomore: IT GETS KIND OF
UNDER PRESSURE DURING THE WEEK WITH
WORK AND SCHOOL AND EVERYTHING BUT I
STILL MANAGE TO GET BY

RUN04 (END SOT)



OQ=LAST TWO WEEKS. Many students today... are also


living in broken homes.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=THERE'S A LOT OF 6:57 TAPE#2



RICKIE SYKES/ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
FLEMING: THERE'S A LOT OF FAMILY ISSUES
THERE'S A SITUATION WHERE YOU HAVE FIVE
PEOPLE IN ONE HOUSEHOLD AND EACH ONE
HAVE A DIFFERENT LAST NAME.

RUN07 (END SOT)



OQ=LAST NAME. The most common causes of stress on


teens are nothing new- the breakup
with a boyfriend or girlfriend-

increased arguments with parents,


trouble with siblings,

parents who fight-

and changes in their parent'
finances-


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=continuing periods of 3:31 TAPE#1



RICHARD HARTLEY/DIRECTOR SECONDARY
SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAMS ROANOKE
CITY: CONTINUING PERIODS OF STRESS CAN
RESULT IN AGITATION AGGRESSION
DEPRESSION POSSIBLE SUBSTANCE ABUSE,
SEXUAL PROMISCUITY.

RUN12 (END SOT)



OQ=sexual promiscuity. >>


WIPE TO APRISA APRISA
JEAN'S MIC HOT JEAN'S MIC

If you'd like to talk about teen
stress- you can take part in a forum on
teen stress tonight- at mill mountain
theater from 6:30 til 8:30.
JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Tomorrow on News 7 at six. what


teens can do to handle stress and some
advice for parents.



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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A Roanoke construction project that was

EDUCATION 7 ANIM years in the making, is now months away
from moving day.

It's our Education Seven report
tonight.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Phase one of the new Patrick Henry High
School is about 40 percent complete,
and on schedule to be finished in
December.

Today, Architect Richard Rife lead a
small group of reporters, students,
parents and school employees through
the building.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Everyone at Patrick Henry




*CG 2line Richard Rife
Roanoke Architect RICHARD RIFE/ROANOKE ARCHITECT:
EVERYONE AT PATRICK HENRY IS USED TO
BEING SEPARATED IN ALL THESE DIFFERENT
BUILDINGS AND ONE OF THE THINGS WE'RE

LOOKING FORWARD TO IN THE NEW BUILDING
IS REALLY PULLING THE FACULTY AND THE
STUDENTS TOGETHER IN SORT OF ONE
UNIFIED GROUP.

RUNS=14 (END SOT)



OQ=in sort of one unified group.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Today's visitors were impressed by the
amount of space, the use of natural
light, and other aspects of the design.

We'll hear more about their reactions
tonight on News 7 at 11.

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Stocks headed higher after the
Bush administration warned: China must
overhaul its currency system
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot
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x The NASDAQ gained ten.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None In tonight's Healthcheck Seven

HEALTHCHECK 7 ANIMATION report, officials say this year more
than 100 people in the Roanoke Valley
alone have been exposed to animals
suspected of having rabies.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

While raccoons are the animals most
likely to have the disease in our part
of the country, other animals- -even
your pet- -are at risk this time of
year.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 8:02:15



INQ=Our biggest concern




*CG 2line Dick Tabb
Environmental Health Manager OUR BIGGEST CONCERN IN THE URBAN AREA
IS CATS. BECAUSE CATS ARE FREE ROAMING
UNLIKE DOGS. THERE ARE LESS LIKELY TO
HAVE CURRENT VACCINATIONS AND THEY'RE
ALSO OUT A NIGHT WITH SKUNKS AND
RACCOONS THAT TEND TO BE NOCTURNAL AS
WELL

RUNS=17 (END SOT)



OQ=to be nocturnal as well





VO-NAT VO-NAT



That's why it's important to make
sure your pet is up to date on its
vaccinations.

Health officials say it's also
important to avoid direct contact with
wild animals, even dead ones.
KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Health officials say if you find


a dead animal don't handle it
directly. Use a shovel to bury it. But
make sure you bury it deep enough so
that another animal can't dig it up
again and be exposed to rabies.
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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight on News 7
ENG#=APRISA sports - the Eers and Herd are getting


back together.

A Northside senior wins a $16
thousand dollar grant.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And the Hokies are gearing up for
their first ever trip to the NCAA
softball tournament.

Ace Angela Tincher is trying to
rest up her arm and leg before play
begins.

(END VO) END VO




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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NCAA After making a run to the ACC


title game last weekend, the Virginia
Tech softball team leaves for Knoxville
on Thursday morning headed for the NCAA
Tournament.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg
:00 The Hokies are one of four ACC
teams to make the field.

The College of Charleston, a team
that Tech beat earlier in the season,
awaits in Friday's 5pm opener.

The Hokies are anxious to make
the most of their first ever trip to
the tournament.

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*CG 2line Scot Thomas
Hokies Head Softball Coach
:00
*CG 2line Angela Tincher
338 Strikeouts this Season
:13

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OQ=just went crazy."





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Tincher is trying to rest this
weekend after pitching 39 innings in
the ACC tourney.

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INQ=



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OQ=ready to go again."


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=GOLF The Don Holliday Memorial


Tournament Committee handed out its
18th annual scholarship today.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

:00 The 16 thousand dollar award goes
to Northside senior Michael Mauceri
(MUH-SHERI). A member of the Spanish
Club and Latin Club, Mauceri also
played golf and tennis for the Vikings.

He'll continue his education at
Virginia Tech in architectural school.

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*CG 2line Michael Mauceri
Don Holliday Scholarship Recipient
:00



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OQ=meet all my goals."


S03 MIKE S-RIVALRY 3 VO WEST VIRGINIA 6142 --
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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=WEST VIRGINIA The West Virginia Mountaineers no


longer will consider Pitt and Virginia
Tech as the biggest games on the
football schedule.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Today is was announced that


Marshall and West Virginia University
will resume their football rivalry with
a seven-game series starting in 2006.


West Virginia's governor
announced details of the agreement this
morning

during a press conference in
Charleston.

The first game will be played in
Morgantown on September 2nd, 2006.

The 2007 game will be in
Huntington, and it will move back to

Morgantown the following year.

The only football game between
the two schools in recent history

was in 1997 in Morgantown. W-V-U won
that contest 42-to-31. Before

that, their last meeting was in 1923.

(END VO) (END VO)


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VHSL The Virginia High School League's


spring jubilee is getting set to return
to the campus of Radford University
next month.

More than 1000 athletes and over
7000 parents will be on campus as more
than a dozen state champions are
crowned.

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*CG 2line Ron Downs
VHSL Spring Jubilee Director
:00
*CG locator Radford
:11


*CG 2line Ken Tilley
VHSL Executive Director
:22



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OQ=...to the success VO NAT CON'T

VO NAT CON'T

The Spring Jubilee's kickoff
luncheon was held today at the
Bondurant Center.

All events with the exception of
some baseball will be played on the RU
campus at the Dedmon Center complex.

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*CG wakeup Ka Lee Farris
Roanoke

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JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

It's not quite like finding a van
Gogh in the attic, but workers in
Roanoke have found pieces of the city's
history in a junk pile.
KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Workmen cleaning up the site of
the old Virginia Scrap Iron company
near Jefferson Street have found a pile
of old locomotive driving wheels.

The wheel sets weigh about five
tons apiece. They've been donated to
the City by the estate of Virginia
Scrap Iron owner Sam Golden.

Some of the wheels will be
cleaned up, and displayed at the
Railwalk downtown, beside the Norfolk
Southern tracks. (END VO) (END VO)