10/21/05

News-7 at 5




CAPTION:Mexico Hit

Hurricane Wilma slams the Yucatan
Peninsula as Florida prepares for
Monday's landfall there.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: CHILLY WEEKEND

Script: While Wilma's heating things up
in the tropics, its a cool and drizzly
night for Friday football fans.


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CAPTION: Back on Track

Script


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Handy Advice

Petting zoos are fun, but are they
hazardous to children's health? The
answer on Health Check

GRAPHIC= Hurricane Wilma's wobbling onto


Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula with

top sustained winds of nearly 145
miles-an-hour.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Cozumel, Mexico

The eye is taking its time
passing over the island of Cozumel.

Forecasters think the storm will
take a few days to pass over Mexico.
And if that happens, they're hoping it
will be weaker when it hits Florida.

Jennifer Donelan has more from
Boca Grande.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Ruth Newman
Resident


*CG 2line John McNeil
Resident


*CG 2line Jennifer Donelan
Reporting


*CG 2line Bill Held
Lee Co. Sheriff



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OQ=News 7 < (END SOT) THE POPULAR RESORTS OF MEXICO'S



YUCATAN PENINSULA , NOW FLORIDA IS
WAITING FOR WILMA ....AS THE

HURRICANE TRACKS ACROSS THE GULF OF
MEXICO ON A SLOW CHARGE NORTH.



SOT: RUTH NEWMAN/RESIDENT



"IT MAKES YOU VERY NERVOUS AND
FRIGHTENED."



SOME COUNTIES HAVE BEGUN MANDATORY
EVACUATION. FOLKS IN THE FLORIDA

KEYS ARE BEING ASKED TO LEAVE.

VOLUNTARILY.



(NAT: BOARDING UP)



WITH A SLEW OF STORMS BLASTING OUT OF
THE ATLANTIC AND ONTO THEIR

DOORSTEPS THIS YEAR, WEARY FLORIDA
RESIDENTS ARE NOT WASTING TIME. A

THREAT OF SEVENTEEN FOOT STORM SURGES
HAS BROUGHT OUT...AND SOLD OUT

SANDBAGS..AND PLYWOOD. .



SOT: JOHN MCNEIL/RESIDENT



"THE DOORS ARE BOARDED, THE WINDOWS ARE
BOARDED, EVERYTHING IS TAKEN

CARE OF."



DONELAN ON-CAMERA BRIDGE: HURRY UP AND
WAIT IS KEEPING PEOPLE ON THEIR

TOES ...AND SO ARE THE WEATHER
FORCASTS. IF WILMA LINGERS WHERE IT IS

NOW ...IT COULD WEAKEN. BUT IF THAT'S
NOT THE CASE...IT WILL STAY

STRONG...AND MOVE FASTER.



SOT: CORPORAL BILL HELD/LEE COUNTRY


SHERIFF

"ITS' A SERIOUS STORM I JUST HOPE WE
DONT GET THE FULL IMPACT."




BUT THE STORM'S TRUE TRACK IS STILL TO
BE DETERMINED...MAKING IT HARD TO

DECIDE WHAT DO TO OR EXACTLY WHEN TO
LEAVE.



SOT: LESLIE DIAZ/STORE OWNER



"SOME PEOPLE ARE JUST SCARED TO DEATH.



THAT FEAR IS BASED ON EXPERIENCE. LAST
YEAR CHARLEY POUNDED THE CENTRAL

PART OF THE STATE.



NATS POP



RIGHT NOW WILMA IS EXPECTED TO MAKE
LANDFALL ON MONDAY...BUT FLORIDIANS

KNOW ALL TOO WELL . HURRICANES SEEM TO
HAVE A HAVE A MIND OF THEIR OWN.

JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, BOCA
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SKYTRACKER/FULL WILMA

LOCAL RADAR




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GRAPHIC=Legal Scales Authorities in Roanoke have


dropped murder charges against a
suspect in a July 4th shooting but only
for the time being.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Irvin Pete Williams the Third was


accused of killing 28-year old Toby
Preston.
*CG locator Roanoke ROANOKE SUPER
July Preston was shot three times
after a fight over fireworks.

At the time of the murder, more

than thirty witnesses were at the
scene.

But the charges were dropped when
no one came forward.

Prosecutors say Williams is
still a suspect.

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GRAPHIC=Delay Former House Majority Leader Tom


DeLay says he will "absolutely be
exonerated."

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT :28




*CG locator Austin, TX

DeLay appeared in court today for
the first time since being indicted on
conspiracy and money laundering
charges.

But his arraignment was delayed
pending a hearing on his request for a
new judge.

During the brief courtroom
session in Austin, Texas, DeLay's
attorney said Judge Bob Perkins had
donated money to MoveOn-dot-org, a

liberal organization that he said has
been selling T-shirts bearing the image
of DeLay's mug shot.

Perkins replied that he's neither
seen nor bought that T-shirt.

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GRAPHIC=None U-S Capitol Police say two men are


being questioned in connection with an
incident near the Capitol building late
this morning.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Washington, DC

A Capitol Police spokeswoman says the
men approached officers and said they
had a suspicious package in their car.
Both men were arrested.

The package was eventually
detonated. Authorities have not
disclosed what was in the package.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A gay rights group based in


Lynchburg today took their message to
the U-S Naval Academy.

ENG#= VO-NAT
VO-NAT 19.5




*CG locator Annapolis, MD

About 40 demonstrators with
SoulForce were allowed to to pass
through the school's gates to protest
the military's ban on openly gay
service members.

Members of the group said that
being allowed on campus was a victory
in and of itself.

They were hoping to join
midshipman for lunch and engage them in
conversation.

ENG#= SOT FULL ( :1:13 - 1:22 )
SOT FULL at 19.5



INQ=just about us and our lives...




*CG 2line Jacob Reitan
Protest Leader JACOB REITAN-PROTEST LEADER: JUST ABOUT
US AND OUR LIVES AND, MAYBE, IF
MIDSHIPMAN ARE WILLING TO TALK ABOUT
IT, WE'D ALSO LIKE TO TALK ABOUT GAY

AND LESBIAN ISSUES, "DON'T ASK, DON'T
TELL" SPECIFICALLY.

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OQ="don't ask, don't tell"

specifically.



VO-NAT :14 VO-NAT



The protest was a test-run for
Soulforce's planned national tour next
spring.

The group will visit campuses
where gays and lesbians are threatened
with expulsions, including West Point,
the Air Force Academy and the Coast
Guard Academy.



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A Buena Vista woman is facing a
century in prison for stealing from her
mother.

We'll have that story next.

ENG#= VO-NAT




VO-NAT Plus we'll see how the Japanese whaling


industry is trying to convince people
its okay to eat the ocean's gentle
giants.

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ANCHOR ON CAM San Francisco's District Attorney
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation says she hasn't decided if she will


seek the death penalty against

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator San Francisco, CA

the woman accused of dropping her young
sons into San Francisco Bay. Lashuan

(lah-SHOO'-ehn) Harris pleaded innocent
today to three counts of


murder. She's being held without bail,
and is under a suicide watch.

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GRAPHIC=None A Buena Vista woman pled guilty


today to taking more than a hundred
thousand dollars from her mother.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Buena Vista
May This morning a judge found Shelia
Stinnett guilty on five counts of grand
larceny.

Authorities say Stinnett stole
money from her mother's 401-K account
for more than a year.

They say she went to a local B-B
and T branch and wrote checks on her
mother's account.

Sentencing is scheduled for
January sixth.

She could face a maximum of 100
years in prison.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech Can universities ban guns from


campus?

Lawmakers are expected to take up
that issue at the next General Assembly
session.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

Virginia Tech's policy ban's all
students, faculty and visitors from
carrying a gun on campus.

Tech's Police Department has a
locker room where students can store
guns.

On any given day there are about
100 weapons checked in.

Police say most of the guns are
from hunters.

ENG#= SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=iT'S NOT REALLY




*CG 2line Debra Duncan
VT Police Chief DEBRA DUNCAN: 8:52:46:00 IT'S NOT
REALLY A GUN ISSUE POLICY. IT'S A

COMMON SENSE POLICY. I BELIEVE WE NEED
TO CONTROL THE WEAPONS ON CAMPUS,
ESPECIALLY THE STUDENTS AND OTHER
PEOPLE. WE'RE GOING TO GO OUT OF OUR
WAY TO MAKE SURE WE CAN ACCOMMODATE THE
WEAPONS.:58

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OQ=THE WEAPONS.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



There is already a bill in the
General Assembly that supports Tech's
policy.

Delegate Morgan Griffith from
Salem says Tech does not have the right
to regulate law abiding citizens with a
legal permit.

He expects legislation opposing
Tech's policy to be introduced this
session.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck The petting zoo has been an


attraction at the Blue Ridge Folk Life
Festival for years. But this year it's
been canceled because of insurance and
health issues.

The problem isn't just local - it's a
national concern, after several
outbreaks of infection.

ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Healthcheck Banner TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Joy Sutton joins us to explain in this
Health Check 7 Report --

Shannon -- they are many illnesses
that can be transferred from animals to
humans.
JOY FULL JOY FULL *CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com Two of the most common problems are
e-coli and salmonella. That's why
petting zoos or any venue that allows
children direct contact with the
animals can pose a health risk.

ENG=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=The problem occurs





*CG file File Tape
:00


*CG 2line Kathy Highfill
Senior Environmental Health Specialist
:08



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OUT Q=abrasion and removing the soil <<



The problems occur when children
touch the animals and then don't wash
their hands.

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18:40:14 runs=14



THEY LAY DOWN WHERE THEY WENT TO THE
BATHROOM THEIR FECAL MATTER IS ON THEIR
FUR AND THE CHILDREN ARE PETTING THE
FUR AND GETTING THE FECAL MATTER ONTO
THEIR HANDS AND THEN DIRECTLY INTO
THEIR MOUTH 26 AND THEN THEY'RE NOT
WASHING THEIR HANDS 28

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Because children have weaker immune
systems, they are more at risk for
getting sick. In some cases it can
require hospitalization or even turn
deadly.

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18:46:58 runs=12



IT WOULD BE 8 TO 12 HOURS FOR THE VIRUS
TO GET INTO YOUR SYSTEM AND THEN START
CAUSING YOU TO HAVE SYMPTOMS YOU'RE
TALKING ABOUT DIARHHREA, VOMITTING,
JUST FLU LIKE SYMPTOMS IN THE BEGINNING

(END SOT)



Some petting zoos now have
handwashing stations. But sometime
parents have take matters into their
own hands.

SOT FULL



18:45:59 runs=17



YOU DO WANT TO USE SOAP AND WATER
BEFORE YOU EAT ANYTHING. IN BETWEEN IF
THERE IS IN NOT HANDWASHING FACILITY
THE HAND SANITIZER IS GOOD. I WOULD USE
THE WIPES BECAUSE YOU'RE ACTUALLY USING
PHYSICAL ABRASION AND REMOVING THE SOIL

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JOY FULL JOY FULL

Children's clothes could also be
contaminated that's why it's always a
good idea to wash them after they've
come in contact with animal.
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None What happened to hamburgers and


hot dogs?

*Whale meat* is making a comeback
in schools in Japan and while students
are studying the gentle giants...they
are also having them for lunch!

Lucy Craft has more.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
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INQ=It was whale appreciation...




*CG 2line Lucy Craft
CBS News
:28



RUNS=1:37 (END SOT)



OQ=STD < (END SOT) THIS GRADE SCHOOL OUTSIDE TOKYO --



COURTESY, THE JAPANESE WHALING
INDUSTRY.

(NAT SOUND KIDS BUSY STUDYING)

THE THIRD GRADE PASSED AROUND WHALE
TEETH... DREW WHALE PICTURES... AND

PRANCED AROUND A SCALE DRAWING... AND
THEN -- THEY ATE SOME.

MOS: NAT: "YUMMY!" SAID THESE STUDENTS.

MOS: NAT : "TASTES LIKE CHICKEN," SAID

ONE GIRL.

WHALE, A TRADITIONAL FOOD IN JAPAN, HAS
BEEN OFF THE MENU FOR A

GENERATION, BECAUSE OF INTERNATIONAL
PRESSURE.

LUCY CRAFT ON-CAMERA BRIDGE: FOR ALMOST
20 YEARS, JAPAN HAS BEEN

FIGHTING A WAR FOR THE RIGHT TO
COMMERCIALLY HARVEST WHALES. NOW IT'S

FIGHTING ANOTHER WAR RIGHT HERE AT HOME
- WHERE THE TRADITION OF WHALING

IS FAST GOING THE WAY OF THE RICKSHAW.

(NATS: COOKING CLASS)

WHICH IS WHY JAPANESE WHALERS HAVE
MOUNTED A PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGN

TO WIN HEARTS AND MINDS AT HOME. THIS
INDUSTRY-SPONSORED COOKING CLASS

FEATURED WHALE SASHIMI, WHALE STEW AND
WHALE BACON.

MOS: NAT: COOKING TEACHER








"WE ARE THE SURROUNDED BY OCEAN,"
SAYS THE INSTRUCTOR. "WHALES ARE

THE BIGGEST BOUNTY OF THE SEA."

FRIED WHALE NUGGETS GOT AN A-PLUS FROM

THE THIRD GRADE, BUT THE THOUGHT

OF RESUMING COMMERCIAL WHALING GIVES
MANY JAPANESE HEARTBURN.

MOS: NAT: SCHOOL TEACHER








"WE SHOULDN'T GO BACK TO
COMMERCIAL WHALING," SAYS THIS

TEACHER. "I WOULDN'T BE INTERESTED IN
EATING WHALE THE WAY WE EAT BEEF

OR PORK."

JAPANESE WHALERS SAY HUNTING IS PART OF
THEIR CULTURE... BUT NOWADAYS,

MANY JAPANESE WOULD RATHER WATCH
WHALES, THAN EAT THEM . I'M LUCY CRAFT

FOR CBS NEWS, TOKYO, JAPAN.>>

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Coming up a little later in the
newscast, one group is trying to keep
some Southwest Virginia traditions
alive.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And following weather, Lynchburg's is



trying to get a rail car out of the
James River for the first time in 20
years.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None It spent twenty years sitting in


the James River ... work crews spent
most of the day today trying to get it
out.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

This railroad tanker car ... which
once carried molasses ... was washed
into the James during the Election Day
flood of 1985.

It had been lying near the edge of
Percival's Island ever since ... until
today.

City firefighters, engineers and

tow truck drivers spent most of the day
getting the rail car dislodged and
pulled to the Lynchburg shore.

The city plans to sell it for
scrap.

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This is the start of a big weekend
in Martinsville.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT After the break, Mike Stevens will


join us with the latest news from the
upcoming

Subway 500.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to your end of the work week
sports ticker.

We begin in Martinsville where
the Nextel Cup series has set up shop
this weekend for the sold out Subway
500.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=DESPITE....




*CG locator Martinsville
:00
*CG 2line Greg Biffle
Third in Nextel Chase
:35


*CG 2line Carl Edwards
Sixth in Nextel Chase
:48


*CG 2line Rusty Wallace
7th in Nextel Chase
:56




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OQ=...WIN THIS THING."



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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Rusty, Carl and Greg were among


47 drivers who went through time trials
this afternoon for the Subway 500.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Tony Stewart won the pole for


Sunday's race with a lap at 98 point
084 miles an hour.

Ricky Rudd was second.

We'll check the entire starting
grid for you tonight on News 7 at Six.

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GRAPHIC=BAM The Hokies got a mixed bag from


Marcus Vick last night in College Park,
but it was plenty good enough to beat
Maryland. Travis Wells has more on
another step in Vick's progression as a
quarterback.


ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
:00


*CG 2line Marcus Vick
7 and 0 as a Starter
:22


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
Hokies Head Coach
:35

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APRISA 115 And don't forget tomorrow the ACC
and the SEC play here on WDBJ-7.

Virginia takes on North Carolina
at Noon in Chapel Hill, while Tennessee
tangles with unbeaten Alabama at 3:30.
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APRISA 116 And on Sunday - it's the Steelers

and Bengals at one followed up by the
Broncos and Giants in the late game.

Take care everybody - we'll see
you tonight at 11:35 with week 9 of
Friday Football Extra.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Stocks closed mostly higher today,
ENG#=1 although the blue chip index paid the


price for a disappointing performance
by the Caterpillar Corporation.

Alexis Christoforous wraps it up in
today's Moneywatch report.

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*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
:00




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OQ=News 7 at 5. < (END SOT) available.>>




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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The Blue Ridge Folklife Festival


is Virginia's largest celebration of
regional traditions, and tomorrow the
event will draw thousands to the campus
of Ferrum College.

Recently, Joe Dashiell visited
with three woodworkers helping to
preserve the history of every day life
in western Virginia.

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*CG locator Carroll Co.
:08


*CG 2line James Wood
Axe Handle Maker
;15
*CG 2line Sampson Underwood
Shingle Maker
:32 QUICK
*CG 2line Dale Edmonds
Appalachian Log Home Builder
:45
*CG 2line Roddy Moore
Blue Ridge Institute Director
1:03





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OQ=JD News 7 Carroll County <<



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INQ=That's just THAT'S JUST A SAWED PIECE OF WOOD


SHAPED WITH A LATHE OR WHATEVER INTO A
HANDLE. IT'S ALREADY BUSTED OUT.

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OQ=already busted out. James Wood says there is no


comparison between a mass- produced axe
handle and one he creates from a piece

of hickory.

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INQ=I'd be pressed JAMES WOOD: I'D BE PRESSED TO FIND


ANYBODY THAT MASS MANUFACTURES HANDLES
TO SAY THEY CAN MAKE ONE BETTER.

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OQ=can make one better. Sampson Underwood enjoys


splitting oak shingles by hand...

(NAT SOUND OF SHINGLE SPLITTING)

And hopes to pass on the skill to
his nine year- old son.

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INQ=He's starting to pick up SAMPSON UNDERWOOD: HE'S STARTING TO


PICK UP SOME OF IT HOPEFULLY HE WILL
STAY WITH IT AND MAYBE TEACH IT TO HIS
KIDS LATER ON.

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OQ=his kids later on. And with each strike of a vintage


broad axe, Dale Edmonds appreciates the
craftsmanship in a traditional log
structure.

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INQ=Well the most satisfaction WELL THE MOST SATISFACTION IS TO BE


ABLE TO STAND BACK AND LOOK AT A
TRADITIONAL APPALACHIAN STYLE BUILDING
AND UNDERSTAND THAT IT'S PROBABLY GOING
TO OUTLIVE ME AND MY GRANDCHILDREN.

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OQ=outlive me and my grandchildren. The director of the Blue Ridge



Institute says these men are preserving
a part of western Virginia's history
that's easily overlooked.

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INQ=We're looking at the level WE'RE LOOKING AT THE LEVEL OF HISTORY


THAT MOST HISTORIANS DON'T THINK ABOUT
BUT THEY'RE LOOKING AT THE PEOPLE THAT
BUILT THE HOMES AND FARMED THE LAND AND
ACTUALLY BUILT THE COUNTRY.

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OQ=acutally built the country. Traditions they hope will survive


in a world where the items of everyday
life are rarely made by hand.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Carroll
County.>>

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