02/14/06

News-7 at 11



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GRAPHIC=News-7 at 11 Good evening I'm Jean Jadhon.



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GRAPHIC=Tim Kaine It's a controversial plan to


raise money for road repairs.

Tonight Governor Tim Kaine was
trying to convince Virginians to buy
into it.

News7 @ 11 in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Natasha/Newsroom Natasha Ryan sat in on the Governor's


appearance at Roanoke College.
Natasha....

Jean, There are different plans
floating through the House of Delegates
and Senate

LIVE=Natasha Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL

*CG standup Natasha Ryan
nryan@wdbj7.com .....all trying to come up with the
best way to raise money to make
necessary improvements to the state's
transportation system.

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INQ=Breaking his


*CG locator Salem
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*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

@00:28


*CG 2line Jodi White


@00:44



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OQ=to their legislators



< Governor Kaine says the average
driver's insurance premium will
increase 18 dollars a year. The
increase on vehicle registration fees,
less than 18 dollars a year. If you buy
a new car, between four and ten extra
dollars a month on your car loans. And
the final chunk of money will come from
heftier fines for abusive drivers. This
plan would enable the state to double
money for mass transit and increase
money for local highway construction
projects by 90 percent.

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INQ= ---6:05:25--32 Kaine......*** we have


to chose, either we want a better
transportation system or we don't...

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And the majority at the meeting
definitely agree improvements are

necessary...especially on Interstate 81

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INQ= --6:03:06--14 Jodi ......****.at


times, it's different being up next to
all the tractor trailers, during 5
o'clock traffic it can be pretty
intimidating out there....

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OQ= The question is are taxpayers ready to


shell out extra money to make it
happen,

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INQ= ----6:02:01-03 Peter....*****not at


all, safety is a big issue

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***** no, not for something so
important, material things can be
replaced, people can't

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OQ= But the concern many people have,


especially here in our area is, what if
the majority of the tax money goes to
Northern Virginia?

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INQ= ----6:03:43--57....Kaine




*****one of the concerns i have about
the house plan that's on the table is
it worries me because it doesn't
produce any solutions except for any
part of the state other than northern
virginia....i want to make sure this is
a statewide solution and that's what
folks should insist on when they talk
to their legislators.

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LIVE=NAtasha Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL



And the Governor calls Interstate 81
one of the most important
infrastructures in the state, but says
federal money for the project doesn't
even come close to the price tag for
improvements adding

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if this extra money on the state level
were to come through it could help
compensate.

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GRAPHIC=NOne Meanwhile, the Senate plan to


raise nearly a billion dollars a year
for transportation passed out of a key
committee today.

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*CG locator Roanoke
File Tape The Senate Finance committee
unanimously passed the plan which calls
for an increase in the gas tax.

Motorists, however, could be
refunded if they save their receipts.

The plan also calls for an
increase in the car- sales tax and
vehicle registration fees.

Bad drivers would be fined and
real estate agents assessed higher
taxes on the property they sell.

Supporters say the money is
necessary to support a modern
transportation system.

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INQ=We tried to come up with





*CG 2line Sen. Charles Hawkins

(R) Chatham 20:10:21 SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS: WE


TRIED TO COME UP WITH INNOVATIVE
APPROACHES TO TRY TO MAKE SURE WE WERE
ON THE CUTTING EDGE OF THIS CENTURY'S
TECHNOLOGY WHEN IT CAME TO MOVING
GOODS, SERVICES AND PEOPLE FROM POINT
TO POINT SAFELY AND AS QUICKLY AS
POSSIBLE.

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OQ=as quickly as possible.





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The bi- partisan plan has
received criticism from House leaders
who say they won't endorse any plan
that raises taxes in a time of surplus.

A few members of the Finance
committee expressed their own concerns
with the plan, but voted for it anyway
to show a united front on the issue.

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GRAPHIC=NONE How safe is your child while


you're driving?

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VO-NAT A study released today by the


Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety
shows that motor vehicle accidents are
the number one cause of death for
children ages eight through twelve.

Researchers say parents of older
children should be just as cautious as
those with infants and toddlers.

A good start is having them
buckled up in the backseat at all
times.

Some suggestions to keep the kids
happy in the back-- let them choose the
radio station or play a game.

And the coalition says parents
should always lead by example and
buckle up themselves.

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SCHOOLTOUCH/FULL **** SCHOOL DELAYS FOR WEDNESDAY


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GRAPHIC=NONE Plans to build a football stadium at


Patrick Henry High School cleared
another hurdle tonight.

PH Stadium in MOnitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Justin & Jean/BAM Justin McLeod was at the school board


meeting. He joins us now. So Justin
what happened?

Jean, the school board did two
things.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com One, the board reaffirmed its support
for the construction of a school based
stadium.


Secondly, the school board officially
asked city council for money to build
the football stadium.

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VO-NAT We also learned the timeline the


stadium will be built.

First the school system will hold
three meetings within the next month so

the community can give input on what
the outside of the stadium should look
like.

Also within the next month or so,
council will vote whether to
appropriate 4 point one million dollars
to pay for the stadium.

If that's approved, actual site work
can get underway.

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INQ=Site work for the stadium




*CG 2line Bernie Godek
Roanoke City Schools BERNIE GODEK/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS:
SITE WORK FOR THE STADIUM WILL BE DONE
IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SITE WORK FOR
PHASE TWO OF PATRICK HENRY HIGH SCHOOL
SO AS THAT SITE WORK CONTINUES WILL
INCORPORATE INTO THE PROJECT PLAN FOR
PHASE TWO THE BUILDING OF THE STADIUM

SO SITE WORK COULD BEGIN FOR THE
STADIUM IN THE NEXT SIXTY TO NINETY
DAYS.

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OQ=sixty to ninety days





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The school system expects actual
construction of the stadium to begin
this fall or early winter.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL



It's important point out the school
board's role isn't over even after
tonight.

The board must first approve the
final plans for the stadium.

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Jean, we understand that vote could
come in the next two months.
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GRAPHIC=NONE A teacher is charged with having


sex with a student. Now The Montgomery
County Sheriff is giving his version of

the case involving a former
Christiansburg High School teacher.

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*CG locator Christiansburg

Sheriff Tommy Whitt says
Montgomery County Schools informed him
of the incident in early January and
told him Christiansburg Police were
already investigating.

35 year-old Timothy Allen Glover
of Shawsville was arrested on January
27-th by the Montgomery County
Sheriff's Office.

The former Christiansburg
teacher was charged with having
consensual sex with a child over 15.

Glover resigned in November after
the School System investigated the
relationship.

Christiansburg Police say they
didn't find out about the school
allegations until after they received a
runaway case file about the girl.

Sheriff Whitt says Montgomery
County Schools should have contacted
the appropriate authorities right away.

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INQ=EITHER THE RESOURCE




*CG 2line Tommy Whitt
Montgomery Co. Sheriff SHERIFF TOMMY WHITT, MONTGOMERY CO.
SHERIFF'S DEPT. 23:20:03 EITHER THE
RESOURCE OFFICER SHOULD BE NOTIFIED AND
IF THEY IS NOT A RESOURCE OFFICER IN
THE SCHOOL THEN A CALL SHOULD BE MADE
TO LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT THAT PROVIDES
LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH SERVICES TO THAT
SCHOOL.. 23:20:13

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OQ=TO THAT SCHOOL





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Superintendent Tiffany Anderson
spoke by phone with News 7 earlier
today.
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GRAPHIC= She says she cannot comment on


this case because it is a personnel
issue, but she says whenever there are
allegations of abuse....the school
system immediately calls authorities,
which would be Child Protective
Services.

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GRAPHIC=None Did Duane Howard disrupt a


Roanoke city council meeting in
November?

Keith Humphry has the
decision from a Roanoke Judge.

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*CG locator Roanoke
November 7
:00


*CG 2line E. Duane Howard
Defendant
:26
*CG 2line Judge Jacqueline Talevi
Roanoke General District Court
:45


*CG reporter Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com
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OQ=KH, News 7.



<< Howard was forcibly removed from
the meeting for speaking out while the
Mayor was addressing the crowded
council chamber.

Mayor Nelson Harris had warned
the crowd he would not tolerate
personal comments directed at city
officials.

Several people testified today
that Howard was one of dozens who spoke
out of turn during the meeting.

Howard's attorney, David Nixon,
argued Howard was a victim of selective
enforcement.

I SPOKE OUT BECAUSE I THINK THE MAYOR
WAS OUT OF ORDER AND HIS RULES AND
REGULATIONS WERE NOT BEING APPLIED TO
ALL PEOPLE EQUALLY AND FAIRLY.

I CAN NOW UNDERSTAND HIS PASSION. I
CAN NOW UNDERSTAND HIS SENSE THAT HE
WAS BEING PERHAPS SINGLED OUT.

I CAN UNDERSTAND MR. H'S POSITION BUT I
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Judge Talevi found him guilty and
fined him $100.

Howard's lawyer says he plans to
appeal.

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Still ahead on News Seven
tonight, a record breaking night for
J-J Redick.

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Plus a Valentine's Day trip
down Memory Lane for one local couple.
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Still ahead, he played the
Hulk on TV, now he's playing a cop in
real life.

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Plus a career-building
experience for some local school kids.

We'll show you what they're up
to.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Many Virginians celebrated


Valentines Day with candy and flowers.

But for two local couples, the
day provided a special delivery of a
different kind.

Joe Dashiell has the story.

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*CG locator Roanoke
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*CG 2line Cal Saunders
Classic Car Owner
:32
*CG 2line Patti Saunders
Classic Car Owner
:40 quick
*CG 2line Charly Tull
Classic Car Owner
:57 quick
*CG 2line Carol Tull
Classic Car Owner
1:07 quick

*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
1:16



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OQ=News7, Roanoke < (END SOT) smile... as the '67 Pontiac GTO rumbled


out of the trailer...

NAT SOUND OF CAR

It wasn't part of the plan...
when he and his wife Carol joined their
friends at the Barrett Jackson Auction
last month in Arizona.

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INQ= IT'S EVEN PRETTIER IN VIRGINIA. THAT'S


RIGHT.

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OQ= Cal Saunders was hoping to pick


up the 1961 Pontiac Catalina
Bubbletop... a rare model with 61-
thousand original miles... He also came
away with a 1965 GTO convertible.

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INQ= I GUESS I GOT THE FEVER AND WE ENDED UP


WITH TWO CARS.

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INQ= THIS IS A WONDERFUL VALENTINES DAY FOR



BOTH OF US. WE'VE BEEN VERY ANXIOUS FOR
THE CARS TO ARRIVE.

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OQ= But the Tulls weren't planning to


purchase anything, until one car caught
their eye... a perfect match for the
GTO they bought as newlyweds, a few
months before Charly shipped out for
Vietnam.

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THREE WEEKS AND THIS WAS OUR FIRST BIG
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34:27

WE NEEDED A CAR OR AT LEAST WE THOUGHT
WE NEEDED ONE, AND WE WENT LOOKING AND
FOUND THIS ONE AND FELL IN LOVE WITH
IT. AND

I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER IT. IT WAS SORT
OF MY CONNECTION TO HIM WHEN HE WAS IN
VIETNAM. I DROVE IT HERE IN ROANOKE,
AND IT WAS OUR FAVORITE CAR I THINK
EVER. 334:42

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OQ= And on this Valentines Day, two


couples are sharing a lasting love
affair with classic cars.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke








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GRAPHIC=NONE Break the law in Los Angeles..and


you could have the incredible hulk
after you.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Los Angeles, CA or at least the man who played the
hulk in the 1970's TV show.

Lou Ferrigno was sworn in as a Los
Angeles County Sheriff's Reserve
Deputy.

The 54 year old trained in
firearms, first aid and high speed
driving.

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GRAPHIC=none Highlights from JJ's record


setting night, plus 216 points are
scored at the Bast Center and our high
school highlights extend from
Wytheville to Rocky Mount.

But first some scores.
go to scores GO TO SCORES
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oc=...last score




*CG hsbball j
George Washington
74


Patrick Henry
52


Western Valley Semi-Finals
j
Franklin Co.
75


Halifax Co.
47


Western Valley Semi-Finals



*CG hsbball j
Northside
54


William Byrd
40


Blue Ridge Play-In Game
j
George Wythe
105


Northwood
38


Hogoheegee Quarterfinals


*CG hsbball j
Floyd Co.
64


Auburn
57


Three Rivers Quarterfinals
j
Giles
58



Eastern Mont.
36


Three Rivers Quarterfinals


*CG hsgbball j
Hidden Valley
55


Cave Spring
45


River Ridge Quarterfinals
j
Pulaski Co.
58


Christiansburg
56


River Ridge Quarterfinals


*CG hsgbball j
Patrick Co.
68


Tunstall
52



Piedmont Girls Quarterfinals
j
Magna Vista
60


Dan River
43


Piedmont Girls Quarterfinals


*CG hsgbball j
Glenvar
43


Auburn
39


Final In Two Overtimes
j
Narrows
64


Bland Co.
49


M.E.D. Regular Season Playoff


*CG colbball j

Duke
93


Wake Forest
70


Redick Now NCAA 3 Point King


Maryland
77
j
Clemson
89


*CG colbball j
Emory & Henry
115


Roanoke
101


E&H Attempts 60 Three Pointers
j
Guilford
75


Washington & Lee
74

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GRAPHIC=J.J. REDICK J.J. Redick put his name in the


NCAA record books tonight as he became
the most prolific three point shooter
in the NCAA history.

Coming into tonight's game with
Wake he needed two threes to pass
fellow Roanoker Curtis Staples.

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*CG locator Durham, NC
JP - Raycom Cameron Indoor Stadium was packed
tonight - and the most interested
spectator was Staples - who wondered
how long it would take Redick to break
the record.

J.J. does a great job creating
space to shoot - and here he puts on a
clinic and hits the three to tie
Staples with 413 three pointers.


Then with just under 8 minutes to
play in the first half he passed Curtis
with the three on the other side of the
court. *CG final Wake Forest
70 J.J. also moved into fourth place
Duke #2 all-time in scoring in the ACC last

93 night as he finishes with 33 points and
Duke rolls over Wake 93 to 70.

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GRAPHIC=ODAC The Roanoke College Maroons lost


their ODAC track meet with Emory and
Henry tonight falling 115-to-101 at the
Bast Center.

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*CG locator Salem
Wasps vs. Maroons It was senior night at the Bast :00 Center as star Jared Butler a 1000
point scorer for the Noke said so long
to the Maroon fans.

He he left with a bang - Butler
fired in a game high 19 points,
including five threes to lead the

Maroons.

But Emory & Henry shot 60 three
pointers in the game and hit 26 of them
in their run and stun offense. *CG final Emory & Henry
115 The Wasps also forced 22 Roanoke turnovers as they beat Roanoke 101 115-to-101. The ODAC tournament starts
this Saturday.

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GRAPHIC=Western Valley In the Western Valley Tournament,


G.W. advanced to the finals with a 74
to 52 win over Patrick Henry. The
Eagles would play the winner of
Franklin County and Halifax.

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*CG locator Rocky Mount
Eagles vs Comets Lewis Witcher and Company were
hosting the Comets this evening in
front of the home fans.

The Virginia Tech Signee did not
disappoint, the big man operating
inside for 2 of his 24 points the

Eagles were up big.

More from Franklin County watch
Wynn Sygmun go left handed scoop shot
off glass, tack on the foul for the
3-point play. Wynn had 10 points on
the night.
*CG final Halifax Co. Halifax wouldn't come out with 47 the win, but they do get the hustle Franklin Co. award watch Patrick Terry come out of 75 nowhere with the big block, not nearly
enough of that, Franklin County
advances to the finals with a 75 to 47
win.

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GRAPHIC=VHSL Another area team hoping to make


it to the state tournament this year is
the George Wythe boys.

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*CG locator Wytheville
Northwood vs. George Wythe Al Copenhaver's Maroons opened
the Hogoheegee district tournament
tonight with a stout 21 and 1 record as
they hosted Northwood.


This was all George Wythe - the
quick no-look pass from Derrick Davis
to Brandon Wolford who gets the assist
to Cole Wilder for the banker and the
Maroons are rolling.

GW again - this time Tennis Simon
chases down the loose ball, gather it
in and lays it in for another deuce.
It was 19-to-0 before Northwood scored. *CG final Northwood
38 But this George Wythe's night as George Wythe the Davis hits the wide open jumper and 105 the Maroons roll to the 105 to 38 win.


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GRAPHIC=Western Valley The Girls Western Valley


Tournament got underway as well this
evening.

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*CG locator Rocky Mount
Eagles vs Hilltoppers One semi-final was the night-cap
in Rocky Mount between the Host Eagles
and the Girls from E.C. Glass.


Franklin County using some nice
passing. Amber Potter on the receiving
end she puts home the basket.

The Hilltoppers went inside as
well Courtney Barile would go off
glass for 2 points and E.C. Glass
trailed by only 2.

But the Eagles would start to
pull away from there. *CG final E.C. Glass Britini Witcher finishing off some 18 more nice passing with the basket and Franklin Co. she'll head to the stripe for a 48 freebie. Eagles roll to their 21st win
of the season. 48 to 18 the Final
Score.

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GRAPHIC=river Ridge The Salem Civic Center will be


home to hoops for the next 7 straight
days. The River Ridge Girls Tournament
kicked it off tonight. Pulaski County
and Christiansburg in 1 Semi-final.
The Cougars moved on to the finals with
the 58 to 56 win.

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*CG locator Salem
Titans vs Knights In the other Semi-final Linda
Long's Cave Spring Team took on their
Southwest County rival and top seed
Hidden Valley.

The Knights playing tough early.
Kim Hunt with the nice drive and she
would go lefty for the deuce and Cave
Spring was up by 3.

Back come the Titans who regain
the lead by going inside. Abby Oliver
with the baseline drive among the big
girls for the bucket.

*CG final Cave Spring Hidden Valley with a lot of talent, 45 Maryland Signee Emery Wallace working Hidden Valley down in the low post for 2 more points 55 and Hidden Valley moves onto the
Tourney Finals with a 55 to 45 win
over Cave Spring.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Some students in Botetourt County


are getting a career building
experience.

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*CG locator Botetourt Co.

About 20-students from the
Botetourt Votech are involved in the
"Books 2 Bricks" program.

These kids are building a
three-thousand square foot dream home.

They're involved in every aspect
of the construction.

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*CG 2line Will Hayes
11th grader @1:08:04.01
:00 WILL HAYES, 11TH GRADER: WE HAVE FUN
OUT HERE AND WE GET TO COME OUT AS WHAT
WE WANT TO DO LATER ON IN OUR LIVES.
(:13)

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@1:05:16.17

*CG 2line Phillip Simmons PHILLIP SIMMONS, TEACHER: OUT ON THE Teacher SITE EVERYDAY THEY CAN GAIN KNOWLEDGE :11 OF EACH TRADE AREA. THEY CAN PUT THAT
IN THEIR RESUME TO BUILD THEIR RESUME
AND BUILD A PORTFOLIO. (:27)

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OQ=.. build a portfolio.





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The project's expected to be
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