05/13/06

News 7 at 6


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GRAPHIC=Mending Fences After what could be called a


rocky past -- the Reverend Jerry
Falwell and Senator John McCain
reunited this morning in Lynchburg.

McCain was the keynote speaker at
Liberty University's graduation.

Some say today's appearance was a
stepping stone in the senator's path to
the White House.

DOUBLE BOXES=Myranda & Jeremy DOUBLE BOXES



Jeremy Butterfield was at the
graduation.

Jeremy, was this a campaign move
or just a graduation speech?

Myranda, there was a little of
both

LIVE=Jeremy Full from BAM w/ News 7 at LIVE FULL

6


*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com But, for the most part the
students we spoke with say they enjoyed
listening to a commencement speech, and
NOT attending a political rally.

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*CG locator Lynchburg
:00


*CG 2line Jerry Falwell
Liberty University, Chancellor
:22
*CG 2line Sen. John McCain

(R) Arizona


:47
*CG 2line Jenna Caudill
Liberty University Graduate
1:11
*CG 2line Brian Jones
Liberty University Graduate
1:18
*CG 2line Kristen Hussa
Liberty University Graduate
1:32

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OQ= Pomp and circumstance echoed


through the Vine Center at Liberty
University as more than two-thousand
graduates filed in ready to be sent off
into the working world with a message
of hope.


That message was given by Senator
John McCain.

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WELCOME COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER FOR THE
CLASS OF 2006, SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN.
(APPLAUSE)

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OQ= With the tumultuous past between


McCain and Jerry Falwell apparently
long forgotten, Falwell introduced the
Arizona Senator as a great American.

McCain thanked Falwell and delved
into a speech that included personal
stories from his past, and current
issues in America.

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I SUPPORTED THE DECISION TO GO TO WAR
IN IRAQ. MANY AMERICANS DID NOT. MY
PATRIOTISM AND MY CONSCIENCE REQUIRED
ME TO SUPPORT IT AND TO ENGAGE IN THE
DEBATE OVER WHETHER AND HOW TO FIGHT
IT.

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OQ= McCain's speech touched on


political issues, but graduates say it
was not OVERTLY political and in the
end it seemed there were a VARIETY of

messages that stood out.

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JENNA:HIS CHALLENGES TO US TO HOLD ON
TO OUR DREAMS, AND TO PRESS FORWARD AND
STAND UP FOR OUR COUNTRY.

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OQ= BUTT BUTT BUTT



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BRIAN:I LIKED HOW HE TALKED ABOUT ITS
GOOD TO ARGUE AND DEBATE THESE THINGS
AND HOW GOOD THAT IS. BECAUSE I THINK
THERE CAN BE A TENDENCY TO NOT WANT TO
ARGUE ABOUT THINGS FOR GOOD RELATIONS
BUT WE NEED TO FIGURE OUT WHAT WE TRULY
BELIEVE AND WHAT WE WANT TO DO IN
SITUATIONS.

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KRISTEN:THAT WERE ALL ON THE SAME SIDE.
AND THAT WE HAVE OTHER ENEMIES TO DEAL
WITH AND FOR US TO STAND UNITED.

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LIVE=Jeremy Full from BAM w/ News 7 at LIVE FULL


6 FS Although McCain never spoke

directly about the presidential race in
2008

DOUBLE BOXES=Jeremy & Myranda DOUBLE BOXES



Myranda, he did make clear his
stance on what will most likely be some
of the key issues in the next
presidential race.

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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 A nomination for Bill Carrico


means Congressman Rick Boucher will
have some competition this fall.

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*CG locator Wytheville

Carrico received the nomination
at today's 9th District Republican
Convention.


He believes there are four major
issues the 9th district must focus
on...a strong economy, energy concerns,
national security, and family values.

Carrico also touched on the loss
of manufacturing jobs.

He worries manufacturing could
one day shadow the oil industry.

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*CG 2line Bill Carrico

(R) 9th District Nominee @00:24:16



WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT THE MANUFACTURING
FIELD AND THE LOSE OF JOBS THERE, THE
ONE THING THAT I FEAR IS ONCE ALL THOSE
JOBS ARE GONE AND THERE BEING DONE OVER
SEAS, THEN WE BECOME DEPENDENT ON
FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THOSE THINGS.

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The retired state trooper is
currently a delegate for the fifth
district.

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GRAPHIC=None It's not often students in a


driver's ed class get behind the wheel
of a tractor trailer, but that's
exactly where some Lynchburg high
schoolers found themselves this past
week.

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*CG locator Lynchburg

It's all part of a state police
training program that highlight's the
"no zones" around an 18-wheeler.

Students got inside the cab of a
truck that was surrounded by cars ...
cars they couldn't see because they
were in the truck's blind spots.

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INQ=Hopefully




*CG 2line Tracie Hayes

E.C. Glass Driver's Ed Teacher
:00


*CG 2line Sgt. Mike Coleman
VA State Police 7:10:11 TRACIE HAYES/E.C. GLASS :12 DRIVER'S ED TEACHER: YOU GOT PAMPHLETS,
YOU GOT PICTURES, WE CAN TELL THEM 'TIL
WE'RE BLUE IN THE FACE, BUT UNTIL THEY
ACTUALLY GET UP THERE FIRSTHAND TO SEE
IT, THEY JUST DON'T HAVE THE CONCEPT OF
IT.

7:09:24 MIKE COLEMAN/VA STATE POLICE:
HOPEFULLY WHEN THEY BEGIN THEIR DRIVING
CAREER AND GET OUT ON THE HIGHWAY AND
START INTERACTING WITH COMMERCIAL
VEHICLES, THEY'LL REMEMBER THESE
NO-ZONES AND THEY'LL STAY OUT OF 'EM.

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Instructors say many of the
students were surprised by how little
they could see from a trucker's
perspective.

The program is available to other
high school classes throughout the
region.

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GRAPHIC=None The yearly *scratching, scraping


and peeling* will soon be over for
motorists in Martinsville.

Earlier this week, city council
voted unanimously to do away with its
dreaded decals.

That means residents will no
longer have to display the stickers on
their vehicle windshields to show they
paid their personal property taxes.

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INQ=DRIVERS WILL




*CG 2line Matthew Hankins
Martinsville Public Information Officer 2231 DRIVERS WILL STILL PAY A FEE, A
LICENSING FEE FOR THEIR VEHICLES TO THE
CITY, BUT THEY'LL NO LONGER HAVE TO
SCRAPE AND STICK THEIR NEW DECALS. I
KNOW THAT'S A RELIEF FOR A LOT OF
DRIVERS HERE 40

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OQ=DRIVERS HERE





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*CG locator Christiansburg
File Tape The city says it's following in
the footsteps of other communities
across Virginia -- like Christiansburg
-- that have chosen to do away with
their decals.

The decals will be officially
eliminated in Martinsville October
First.

Until then, officials say
motorists must continue displaying the
stickers.

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GRAPHIC=None Folks in Bedford were encouraged


this afternoon to follow the motto
"Better Safe than Sorry."

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford

Today was the first annual
"Safety Awareness Day" in Bedford.


Local sheriff's deputies, city
police, and State Police all teamed up
outside the Bedford Wal-Mart.

State troopers taught parents how
to properly strap their children into a
child seat, while local officers
demonstrated the effectiveness of a
seat belt.

A group of local high school
volunteers were also on hand to spread
the word about the increasing number of
teen fatalities in Bedford -- due to
traffic accidents.

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Still to come on News 7...the
men's Roanoke lacrosse team plays its
first game in the NCAA tournament.
Travis Wells will have highlights later
in sports.

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*CG tease SPECIAL DELIVERY

Plus mail carriers across the
country picked up some extra items

while delivering the mail today. We'll
explain. But first let's say hello to
Brent. END VO END VO
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Artifacts from the settlement at
Jamestown are put on display. That
story is still to come on News 7.

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*CG tease LOCAL COLORS

Plus....hundreds celebrate
diversity and culture in downtown
Roanoke.
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GRAPHIC=None Letter carriers and citizens all


across the country worked together
today to try to Stamp out Hunger.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Folks were asked to leave a bag
of non-perishable food items near their
mailboxes for the carriers to collect.

In our region, United Way and
several other sponsors got involved.

The operations manager of the
Second Harvest Food Bank says the
turnout has been superb.

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*CG 2line Dave Bethel
Second Harvest Food Bank STARTS AT 00:09:42

DAVE BETHEL/OPERATIONS MANAGER AT
SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK - IN SOME
AREAS WE'VE HAD VOLUNTEERS WHO WERE
FOLLOWING THE MAIL CARRIERS ON THEIR
ROUTES AND PICKING UP THE FOOD AS THEY
GO.

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OQ= as they go





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Bethel believes the Roanoke area
will receive a million pounds of
donations from the food bank.

Local carriers had originally
hoped to collect 100-thousand pounds.

The national goal is 71-million.

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GRAPHIC=None Jamestown is home to America's


oldest settlement, but it's a *new*

building that's getting attention this
weekend.

A new archaearium
(ark-ee-air-ee-um) opened there today.

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon takes us inside.

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*CG locator Jamestown
:05




*CG 2line Bly Straube
Jamestown Curator
:16


*CG 2line William Kelso
Jamestown Archaeology Director
1:10, quick


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
1:21



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INQ=And every day we'd 17:04:00 BLY STRAUBE: AND EVERY DAY


WE'D GATHER AROUND IT AND BE LOOKING
DOWN - PEERING DOWN THE SHAFT.

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OQ=down the shaft. A dog's paw print captured in a


17th- Century brick, a child's leather
shoe, body armor....

All archeological finds at
historic Jamestown the public never got
to see.

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INQ=People started complaining 16:50:39 BLY STRAUBE: PEOPLE STARTED


COMPLAINING THAT THEY COULDN'T SEE THE
OBJECTS THAT WERE IN THE PRESS ALL THE
TIME, THAT WE WERE TALKING ABOUT. THEY
WERE SO EXCITED ABOUT, THEY'D COME AND
VISIT THE ISLAND AND SAY, WHERE ARE
THEY?

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OQ=where are they? Now nearly one- thousand of them


are here inside this archaearium.

It's a new building designed to
help visitors visualize what life was
like in the 1600's.

Take a look at this silver
dolphin.

It's a tooth pick and ear cleaner

in one--- tailors, by the way, kept


their ear- wax to treat their threads.

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16:55:30 BLY STRAUBE: I THINK THERE'S
SOMETHING HERE FOR EVERYONE, EVERY KIND
OF INTEREST, BECAUSE IT'S JUST
REFLECTING LIFE IN THE EARLY 17TH
CENTURY.

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OQ=early 17th century. The archaearium is just one of


the changes visitors are noticing at
Jamestown.

A rediscovery project started
there 12- years ago.

Since then, archeologists have
found the fort.... pinpointing the
exact spot where America began.

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INQ=I think there's something 20:26:44 WILLIAM KELSO: I THINK


THERE'S SOMETHING MAGICAL ABOUT A SPOT.
JUST LIKE WE'RE STANDING AND HERE'S
JOHN SMITH, POCAHANTAS WALKED HERE.
THERE'S NO QUESTION. WE CAN TELL YOU
THAT.

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INQ=Archeologists have uncovered 17:09:27 JENNIFER


WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: ARCHEOLOGIST
HAVE UNCOVERED WHAT COULD BE THE FIRST
WELL DUG AT THE SETTLEMENT. AN
EXCITING DISCOVERY SINCE IT'S SERVED AS
A SORT OF NATURAL TIME CAPSULE.

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INQ=And everything that 20:11:44 WILLIAM KELSO: AND EVERYTHING


THAT FELL IN THERE ACCIDENTALLY BENEATH
THE WATER TABLE IS SURVIVING. SEEDS,
PLANTS, INSECTS, LEAVES BRANCHES,
LEATHER, WOOD. YOU KNOW, ALL THESE
THINGS.

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OQ=all these things. Because they've discovered so


much, researchers hope they'll be able
to offer a more accurate picture of
what happened at Jamestown next May.

That's when Americans will gather
to celebrate the 400th anniversary of
its founding.


In the meantime, archeologists
hope you'll come by and visit their new
digs.

Jennifer Wishon, News 7,
Jamestown.>>




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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, Roanoke College


advances in NCAA lacrosse, UVA
continues its weekend series with
Carolina, and

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*CG tease DJ TO TOYOTA

Dale Jarrett confirmed all the
rumors today in Darlington, announcing
that he'll drive for Michael Waltrip

and Toyota in 2007.

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GRAPHIC=Roanoke College The Roanoke College Maroons


received a first round bye in the
N-C-A-A Division 3 Lacrosse Tournament
and began play against Cabrini College
out of Pennsylvania.

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*CG locator Salem
Maroons vs Cavaliers The youngsters got to take in the :00 second round game on a beautiful day
for lacrosse in Salem.

Cabrini would take a 4 to 3 lead
on the Maroons by scoring back to back
goals. Matt Campbell put this one in
the back of the net.


But from then on Roanoke
absolutely dominanted the game. The
Marooons went on a 10-oh run and the
goals were coming in bunches. ODAC
Player of the year Chris Keating with
the Laser.

And he had plenty of help from
his teammates. Matt Duke, the
Sophomore would have himself a fine
day. He would score unassisted and the
Maroons were rolling. *CG final Cabrini
6 The home team piled it on, the Roanoke final score 17 to 6 with the offense 17 and defense both clicking after facing
an early deficit.

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*CG 2line Bill Pilat
13-Game Winning Streak
:00


*CG 2line Matt Madalon
Roanoke College Goalie
:18





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The Maroons advance to play the
second seed Gettysburg on the road in
the Quarterfinals on Wednesday.

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GRAPHIC=Roanoke College The Roanoke College softball team


was also in action today at the Moyer
Complex, locking up with Transylvania
in an NCAA elimination contest.

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*CG locator Salem
Transylvania vs. Maroons Lord Botetourt product Lyndsi :00 Craig was dealin the goods in this one,
recording 9 strikeouts and scattering
four hits, allowing just one unearned
run.

Ashley Pierce did her part,
breaking a scoreless tie in the 5th.
With the sacks jacked,
*CG final Transylvania Pierce cranks the grand slam to right 1 field. Roanoke won it 5 to 1, Roanoke advancing to face Piedmont in a contest 5 that is just underway.

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GRAPHIC=UVA The Virginia Cavaliers knocked off


North Carolina last night in the opener
of their 3 game weekend series. Today
the Heels and Hoos were back at it at
Davenport Field.

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*CG locator Charlottesville
Fox Sports Net Carolina led 1-nothing in the 9th :00 but blew things open. Sean Doolittle
can't come up with the Mike Cavassini
grounder at first allowing a run to
score, making it 2-nothing UNC. That's
all the Heels would need but got plenty
more.

Reid Fronk lifts a deep fly ball
to right center field that carried all
the way to the *CG final North Carolina warning track off the way. That was
5 good for two more Tarheel runs. Virginia Carolina won it in a shutout 5-nothing. 0 The rubber match is tomorrow
afternoon.

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GRAPHIC=NEXTEL CUP The Nextel Cup cars hit the track


in Darlington tonight for the Dodge
Charger 500, but the big news off the
track today in South Carolina came from
Dale Jarrett, who, as expected
officially announced his intention to
sign with Michael Waltrip's Toyota team
for the final two years of his career.

The 49 year old DJ ends a 12 year
relationship with Robert Yates Racing
and an even longer one with Ford. 29
of his 32 Cup wins came at Yates.

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*CG 2line Dale Jarrett
Signs with Toyota for 2007 & 2008
:08

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OQ=THAT I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO."


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*CG locator Williamsburg
ESPN2 To Golf where the L-P-G-A made a
stop in the commonwealth this weekend
as they played the Michelob Ultra Open
at Kingsmill in Williamsburg.

Karrie Webb is at home on
the banks of the James. Webb shot her
second 66 of the tournament today. That
got her to 13 under and she leads by 5
strokes.

Lorena Ochoa is within shouting
distance. She fired the round of the
day by carding a 65 and she is in a tie
for second place with 2 other golfers
including last year's winner Christie
Kerr. *CG locator Irving, TX
CBS Sports The men are just outside Dallas
for the Byron Nelson Classic. You just
saw the third round right here on your
Hometown Station. Adam Scott was the

second round leader and he's still on
top after a round of 69.

But he isn't the only leader.
Trevor Immelman who was 6 under in his
third round and is tied at 11 under
with Scott.

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GRAPHIC=Local Colors The Local Colors festival saw its


biggest crowd to date this afternoon in
Elmwood Park.

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*CG locator Roanoke

The festival celebrates diversity
in the Roanoke Valley.

More than 80 countries were
represented through demonstrations,

dances, and tons of food.

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*CG 2line Pearl Fu
Local Colors Organizer @00:13:03

EVERYTHING IS GOING ON SO SMOOTHLY.
WERE ACTUALLY ON TIME. EVERY SINGLE
CULTURE APPEARED, THEY ARE SO ANXIOUS
TO SHARE THEIR CULTURE WITH EVERYONE.
ISN'T THAT TOUCHING. THIS IS WHAT LOCAL
COLORS IS ALL ABOUT.

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News 7's Brent Watts was one of
today's emcees.

If you missed this afternoon's
festivities, you can still take part in
the Local Colors at Night portion --
which is now underway.

The night festival continues
until 10 o'clock.

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