08/18/06

News 7 at Six


HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Stop Speeding

Jeremy Stanup:


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Weekend Outlook

Robin Standup: A pleasant evening is in
the works, but could showers dampen

your weekend plans?


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Money's Tight

Joe D. Cart: What will give as the
pricetag grows for the new William
Fleming High school.


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Moving In

Rachel Cart:


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HEADLINE #5 HEADLINE #5



CAPTION: King Keydet

Trav Cart:

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*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com



*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com


*CG 304


*CG standup Travis Wells >>
twells@wdbj7.com
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

Jean is off today.
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GRAPHIC=NEWS 7 AT SIX Virginia State Police considered


their first "Operation Air, Land, and
Speed" such a success... they started
doing it again... today.

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Jeremy Butterfield is along side
Interstate 81 this evening.

Jeremy, was it really that
successful... the first operation?

Thousands of tickets and a
somewhat slower flow of traffic Keith,

and many drivers today say

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*cg LIVE Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com Operation number two is having Roanoke Co. that same effect.





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VO NAT
B-ROLL OF SLOW TRAFFIC


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LIVE =JEREMY FULL MICROWAVE LIVE FULL



JEREMY AD LIB

but overall, drivers and troopers say
Operation Air, Land and Speed 2 is a
success.

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INQ=I THINK SO



ROLLCUE=IS A SUCCESS




*CG 2line Mary Jackson
Traveling through Virginia
:00
*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:09



*CG 2line Michael Harris
Virginia State Police
:19

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OQ=ISSUING SUMMONS. <<



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INQ= @00:53:52



I THINK SO BECAUSE WE TRAVEL A LOT AND
USUALLY PEOPLE WILL ZOOM RIGHT BY ME
AND I HAVEN'T NOTICED THAT AT ALL
TODAY. THERE ALL STICKING CLOSE TO THE
SPEED LIMIT.

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OQ= And the Virginia State Police


hope that will continue to be the case
as they stay busy handing out tickets.

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INQ= @01:37:25



TROOPER:I CAME OUT AT 5 O'CLOCK THIS
MORNING, GOT RIGHT ON THE INTERSTATE.
FIRST FIVE HOURS I HAVE ISSUED 19
SUMMONS, OVER HALF OF WHICH HAVE BEEN
SPEEDING VIOLATIONS.

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OQ= While some did know that


Operation Air, Land, and Speed had
returned, many had not.

Especially out of towners.


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INQ= @00:53:52



TOM:SO FAR THE HIGHWAYS HAVE BEEN GREAT
EXCEPT FOR THAT STATE COP WE MET UP
WITH.

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OQ= Tom Bagshaw thought his wife was


traveling with the flow of traffic when
she got her ticket for going 78 in a
65.

That's the problem according to
state troopers.

And the solution...strict
enforcement and LOTS of tickets.

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INQ= @01:36:45



TROOPER:THE SPEED LIMIT IS 55 ON 581,
AND THAT IS THE MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT. 81
IS 60 AND 65, AND THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT
IT IS, A LIMIT. AND ANYTHING OTHER THAN
THAT IF THEY GET CAUGHT WE WILL BE
ISSUING SUMMONS.

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OQ= >>



LIVE=JEREMY FULL MICROWAV LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Roanoke Co.

The operation continues through
tomorrow but that won't be the last
drivers will see of Operation Air,

Land, and Speed.

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Keith, the third and final
operation will happen in three weeks on
September 7 and 8th.

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GRAPHIC=FATAL ACCIDENT A 16-year old from Garden City died in


a traffic accident last night.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

It happened on Randall Drive in the
Mount Pleasant area of Roanoke County.

County police were mapping the roadway
today, hoping skid marks and
measurements might help determine how
it happened.

Officer Mark Torbert says "speed is
probably going to end up being a
factor."

The speed limit here is 35; a caution
sign indicates the safe speed is 30.


Daniel Joseph Cromwell was apparently
not wearing a seat belt, when his
Hyundai Elantra hit an embankment and
rolled over around 6:30 last night.
Police believe Cromwell was thrown out
the sun roof.

An 18-year passenger was uninjured in
the wreck.

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GRAPHIC=Hold Two people from Covington were


killed in a single-vehicle accident in
Craig County early this morning.
Take CRAIG CO AX Map Full Take Map Full

Police say it happened around
4:A-M on Route 18, near Route 607.

Twenty-two-year old Angie
Michelle Nicely was driving a 1997
Dodge Neon when she ran off the right
side of the road and struck a tree.
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GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident Nicely and her passenger,


20-year-old Robert Lee Paxton, were
both pronounced dead at the scene.

The accident is still under

investigation.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Roanoke City Council may have


some tough choices ahead, as it decides
how to pay for the rising cost of its
new high schools.

The latest estimate for William
Fleming construction is fifteen million
dollars higher than earlier
projections.

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And Joe Dashiell reports other
capital improvements may be delayed to
pay for the project.

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BAM=NEWS 7 AT SIX




*CG standup Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com Keith, council members say they
are committed to building a new William
Fleming High School that is the equal
of the Patrick Henry facilities now

under construction.

But if the most expensive plan
moves forward, it's clear that
something's got to give.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Sherman Lea
Roanoke City Council
:14
*CG 2line Nelson Harris
Roanoke Mayor
:40





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OQ=would be completely unacceptable. <

William Fleming now pushing 57- million
dollars, Roanoke Council member Sherman
Lea wants a moratorium on spending for
football stadiums, and library
improvements until the city figures out
how to pay for the new high schools.

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INQ= I THINK EVERYTHING SHOULD BE ON THE


TABLE. I THINK WE'RE AT A POINT NOW,

WHERE WE JUST DON'T HAVE ALL THE MONEY
TO DO WHAT WE PROMISED THE CITIZENS
THAT WE'D DO. SO I THINK THAT PUTS IT
ALL BACK ON THE TABLE.

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OQ= Roanoke Mayor Nelson Harris says


that's not going to happen... but he
acknowledges that other capital
improvements may have to wait.

Whatever the solution, Harris
says, the Fleming Project will not be
shortchanged because of rising
costs.

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INQ= THE NEW WILLIAM FLEMING HIGH SCHOOL


WILL BE OF EQUAL QUALITY IN EVERY WAY
TO THE PATRICK HENRY HIGH SCHOOL
FAICLITY AND TO DO ANYTHING LESS THAN
THAT WOULD BE COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE.

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OQ=



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Just what capital improvements
might be delayed is still unclear.

But Harris says city council and
the school board will be working
collaboratively to come up with a plan
Keith.

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that meets the needs of the
William Fleming community, and falls
within the city's financial
constraints.

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GRAPHIC=NONE





EVENT=EDUCATION 7 BANNER



There's a shortage of teachers
and nurses in Virginia.

Governor Kaine hopes offering
better deals on student loans will
improve the situation.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

Lending- giant Sallie Mae already
offers a 10% discount on loans to
teaching and nursing students.


Now students can save nearly 15-
percent.

On a 12- thousand dollar loan,
students can save 240- dollars on
origination fees.

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INQ=And when you work as a




*CG 2line Kevin Mohen
Sallie Mae Vice President 10:53:55 KEVIN MOHEN: AND WHEN YOU
WORK AS A NURSE IN A HOSPITAL IN WISE
COUNTY, OR FAIRFAX, OR HAMPTON OR
RICHMOND FOR THREE YEARS AND MAKE
REGULAR PAYMENTS ON YOUR STUDENT LOANS
YOU WILL RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 12-
HUNDRED DOLLARS BACK ON THAT 12-
THOUSAND DOLLARS.

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OQ=back on that 12- thousand dollars.





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Teacher retirement is expected to
outpace new hires over the next decade,
while the student population is
expected to grow by nearly 80-
thousand.

As the state population grows,
nurses are growing older.


The average age of Virginia
nurses is 45.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Campbell County may become


home to a new college.

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*CG locator Campbell Co.
File Tape Organizers of a private
for-profit liberal arts college have
purchased the old Merritt Hutchinson
Resort near Leesville.

They're planning to build a
school, residential community for
faculty, along with a retirement
community and golf course on the site.
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GRAPHIC= Founders College hopes to


enroll 75 to 100 students as early as
next fall and eventually grow to as
many as 15-hundred students.

The plan must first get
approval from the county. The planning
commission could consider it next
month.
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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech Blacksburg is bustling again.



Thousands of Virginia Tech
students move back to town this
weekend.

New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa has a look at all the
congestion.

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INQ=cars full of




*CG locator Blacksburg
:00


*CG 2line David Szadaj
Hokie Parent
:13

*CG 2line Mikela Thomas
VT Freshman
:29
*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
:48 QUICK!!!!
*CG 2line Lori Cumby
Volunteer
:54 QUICK!!!!
*CG 2line Patrick McGonigle
VT Senior
1:06
*CG 2line Stephanie Ruppert
VT Freshman
1:18

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OQ=news 7, Blacksburg <<



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Nats: 22:12:00 putting stuff in a
truck..



Cars full of boxes are back in
Blacksburg this week



NATS WALKING behind cart 21:32:00 or
21:40:00



And so are the carts...




the crowds... and the moms and dads
going back and forth in the heat.



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INQ=did ya DAVID SZADAJ



14:57:00 DID YA HAVE TO DO A LOT OF
WORK TODAY, MORE THAN YOU EXPECTED? AH
YEA... HER AND HER ROOMMATE BROUGHT A
LOT MORE THAN I TOOK WHEN I WENT TO
COLLEGE. :05

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OQ=to college



NATS:CART FROM GROUND GOING BY...
4:50:00



Moving everything isn't just hard
physically.



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INQ=very exciting ANDRE THOMAS 33:00 VERY EXCITING AND


VERY HEART BREAKING AT THE SAME TIME
:36

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OQ=same time.



Mentally a lot of people are letting go
this weekend.



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INQ=I'm very excited MIKELA THOMAS




5:20:00 I'M VERY EXCITED I'VE NEVER
BEEN AWAY FROM HOME SO THIS IS GOING TO
BE A BIG STEP. :25 AND I'M AN ONLY
CHILD. THERE'S GOING TO BE A LOT OF
MISSING MOMMY AND DADDY. :30

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OQ=mommy and daddy.



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INQ=Here ya go NATS: 10:00:00 HERE YOU GO, THE TWO


COOLEST ONES I COULD FIND.... :3ish..

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OQ=could find.



Many are making money off the return.
Selling furniture and even fundraising
for Hokie groups.



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INQ=SOME PEOPLE DON'T RACHEL DEPOMPA: 18:29:00 SOME PEOPLE


DON'T EVEN HAVE TO BE HERE TODAY.
THEY'RE NOT MAKING MONEY OR EVEN MOVING
A STUDENT IN. THEY'RE JUST HERE TO
HELP. :35

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OQ=HERE TO HELP.



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INQ=Loaning out LORI CUMBY CHRISTIANS LEADERSHIP


NETWORK OF VIRGINIA TECH MAINSTREET
BAPTIST CHURCH IN Christiansburg

16:10:00 LOANING OUT HAND TRUCKS AND

GIVING OUT WATER AND GIVING OUT GUM.
FREE? FREE A LOT IT FREE :15

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OQ=a lot of it free.



Other's like fraternity brothers
Christopher Houpos and Patrick
McGonigel are helping with move-in to
raise awareness for their organization.



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INQ=I got moved PATRICK MCGONIGLE SENIOR



2:49:00 I GOT MOVED IN AND THE PEOPLE
THAT MOVED ME IN I ACTUALLY JOINED THAT
FRATERNITY. SO :52 :53 IT'S A GOOD WAY
TO RECRUIT PEOPLE AND TO DO PEOPLE A
FAVOR AT THE SAME TIME. :58

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OQ=same time.



Favors that make life easier for the
town's newest residents.



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INQ=It's really different STEPHANIE RUPPERT FRESHAMAN



13:06:00 IT'S REALLY DIFFERENT.
EVERYTHING IS SO BIG BUT IT'S A LOT OF
FUN. LIKE GETTING USED TO EVERYTHING I
LOVE IT. :12

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OQ=i love it.




Rachel DePompa, News 7, Blacksburg>>






ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

V-DOT says because of move-in...
folks in Montgomery County should
expect heavy traffic all week on
Interstate 81 and the 460 bypass.



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The Museum of the Confederacy
falls on hard times.

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VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease THE HEALING FIELDS

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It was called The Soldiers'
Healing Field -- and nearly three
thousand flags went up for July Fourth
-- now the D-Day Memorial is reaping
the success.


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The Museum of the Confederacy
used to be one of Virginia's top
tourist attractions.

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KEITH= ON VO KEITH ON VO

*CG tease NO SURRENDER

But that's not the case anymore
-- coming up, the museum fights to stay
alive, as a state giant grows all
around it.


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GRAPHIC=NEWS 7 AT SIX The Museum and White House of the


Confederacy used to be one of the
biggest tourist attractions in
Virginia.

Now, *it's* in need of
Reconstruction.

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon tells us why.

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INQ=Now, let's suppose that


*CG 2line Waite Rawls
Museum of the Confederacy Director
:00


*CG locator Richmond
:10




*CG locator
September, 2005
:58



*CG reporter Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
1:45

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OQ=JW, NEWS 7, RICHMOND. <<
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INQ=Now, let's suppose 15:13:54 WAITE RAWLS/MUSEUM OF THE


CONFEDERACY DIRECTOR: NOW, LET'S
SUPPOSE THAT YOU ARE INVITED TO GO SEE
ROBERT E. LEE AT HIS HEADQUARTERS TENT.
THE FIRST THING YOU WOULD SEE IS HIS
HEADQUARTERS FLAG...

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OQ=headquarters flag. The Museum of the Confederacy got


started more than a hundred years ago
when Lee's family and others started
donating their loved one's war
paraphernalia.

It now houses one of the world's
most important collections of Civil War
artifacts- artifacts that now have an
uncertain future.

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INQ=I know death is near 15:18:40 I KNOW DEATH IS NEAR, THAT I


WILL DIE FAR FROM HOME.

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OQ=far from home. The museum and Confederate White



House next door

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INQ=NATS OF CONSTRUCTION 15:50:55 NATS OF CONSTRUCTION



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OQ=NATS OF CONSTRUCTION are being swallowed up by VCU's growing


medical complex.

Visitation has declined by nearly
50- percent in the last five years.

Those who do stop by usually end
up complaining.

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INQ=Because even the 15:40:49 BECAUSE EVEN THE PERSON WHO


TRIES THE HARDEST TO SQUINT THEIR EYES
AND IMAGINE WHAT IT WAS LIKE BACK THEN
CAN ONLY SEE A MAJOR MODERN HOSPITAL
COMPLEX.

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OQ=hospital complex. Last year a state committee


looked into moving the White House and
museum to a less congested part of
town, but after receiving public
comment, advised against it.

To keep the museum out of the
red, Rawls says legislators promised
700- thousand dollars.

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INQ=Because we know that 14:55:48 WAITE RAWLS: BECAUSE WE KNOW


THAT TIME IS RUNNING AGAINST YOU
BECAUSE YOU'RE RUNNING A DEFICIT SO THE

STATE SHOULD COVER THE DEFICIT THAT THE
STATE IN FACT CREATED BECAUSE V-C-U IS
AN AGENCY OF THE STATE.

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OQ=agency of the state. But at the end of a biter budget


fight, the museum emerged with just 50-
thousand dollars.

In an effort to cut its deficit
in half, the museum will close
Wednesdays, the White House will close
for most of the winter.

Although it's already been
studied several times, a new team of
experts is now looking into the
museum's options.

Rawls just hopes they don't
include using General Lee's pen for
another surrender.

Jennifer Wishon, News 7,
Richmond.>>


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ANCHOR on GFX ANCHOR ON GFX

Log onto WDBJ7.com and click on
websites in the news to find more
information on the museum.

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GRAPHIC=none Organizers of last month's


Soldier's Healing Field presented two
non-profit organizations with the
proceeds today.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT :11
VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford

The National D-Day Memorial
Foundation and the Fisher House for
Veteran's Foundation received checks
exceeding 30-thousand dollars this
afternoon in Bedford.

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INQ= As a result




*CG 2line Michael Spencer
President, Exchange Club of Lynchburg
:00


*CG 2line Joe Banner
National D-Day Memorial Foundation STARTS AT 03:52:23
:13 MICHAEL SPENCER/PRESIDENT, LYNCHBURG

EXCHANGE CLUB - AS A RESULT OF ALL THAT
WORK, WE WERE ABLE TO GIVE THESE TWO
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS A CHECK FOR
$31,800. WE JUST NEVER DREAMED WE'D BE
ABLE TO DO ALL THAT.

BUTT BUTT BUTT

STARTS AT 03:53:56

JOE BANNER/NATIONAL D-DAY MEMORIAL
FOUNDATION - THIS DONATION IS IMPORTANT
BECAUSE IT REPRESENTS THE COLLECTIVE
EFFORTS OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE HONORING
THOSE WHO SERVED AND THOSE WHO FELL
RECENTLY IN IRAQ AND IN AFGHANISTAN.

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OQ= and in Afghanistan





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*CG locator Lynchburg
File Tape The Exchange Club of Lynchburg
hosted the Soldier's Healing Field over
the July 4th weekend.

More than 28-hundred flags
honored soldiers who died in Iraq and
Afganistan.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, the VMI Keydets begin


their first season in the Jim Reid era,
Parry McCluer gets the nod in our high
school preview,

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*CG tease BACK IN FRONT

and Jeff Burton holds it wide
open in Michigan.

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GRAPHIC=VMI First year coach Jim Reid faces


a dauting task in his first year on
post at VMI. 29 seniors departed

Lexington after last season, and the
Keydets haven't had a winning season
since 1981.

Grant Kittelson says Reid is
working hard to change the culture by
starting with a winning foundation.

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INQ=


*CG locator Lexington
:00


*CG 2line Eric Hall
Big South Sacks Leader in '05
:22
*CG 2line Jamaal Walton
Keydets Co-Captain
:33
*CG 2line Jim Reid
Keydets Head Coach
:48
*CG 2line Jonathan Wilson
More than 4300 Career Passing Yds.
1:05
*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
1:23

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GRAPHIC=FFE The Parry McCluer Fightin' Blues


are in the Friday Football Extra
spotlight tonight. Rad Patterson's
team missed the post season a year ago,
but lost just 3 seniors to graduation.

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INQ=


*CG 2line Rad Patterson
Blues Head Coach
:00

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OQ=hoping to do."





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One player who has seen his share
of highs and lows the past two years
can't wait to strap on the pads for his
final season in Buena Vista.

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OQ=at this level."


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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup The Nextel Cup circuit races near


Motown this weekend and the folks at
Chevy are happy with 5 bowties
qualified inside the top 10 for
Sunday's GFS Marketplace 400.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
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*CG locator Brooklyn, MI
SPEED Today marked the latest chapter :00 in Jeff Burton's resurgence, following
up his poles at Daytona and Indy with
this one at Michigan. The South Boston
native laid the hammer down in his
Monte Carlo to the tune of 187.936
miles per hour. Elliott Sadler makes
it an all Virginia front row in his new
Dodge ride for Ray Evernham.


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TAKE BOARDS



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OUTCUE=last driver." (TAKE BOARDS)<<

*CG racing MICHIGAN QUALIFYING
1. Jeff Burton
187.936
2. Elliott Sadler


3. Matt Kenseth


4. Ryan Newman


5. Kevin Harvick


*CG racing MICHIGAN QUALIFYING
6. Greg Biffle


7. Casey Mears


8. Jimmie Johnson


9. Denny Hamlin


10. Sterling Marlin


*CG racing MICHIGAN QUALIFYING

11. Kyle Busch


12. Jeff Gordon


13. Joe Nemechek


14. Mark Martin


15. Kasey Kahne


*CG racing MICHIGAN QUALIFYING
16. Kurt Busch


17. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


18. Martin Truex, Jr.


19. Dave Blaney


20. Carl Edwards


*CG racing MICHIGAN QUALIFYING
21. Ken Schrader


22. Michael Waltrip


23. Scott Riggs


24. Robby Gordon



25. Bobby Labonte



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ANCHOR=TRAVIS




*CG locator Medinah, IL
TNT Tiger Woods is still on the course :00 at Medinah at the PGA Championship. He
rolls home the breaker for birdie at
the 5th. Woods is 2-under today,
5-under overall thru 11 holes in his
2nd round.

Billy Andrade the former Wake
Forest golfer made a move. From the
beach at 10. Andrade puts it tight to
get a share of the lead at 8-under thru
15.

Phil Mickelson is 5-under
overall. Sweden's Henrik Stenson is
the clubhouse leader at 8-under par.

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STOCK ROLL<< *CG 6stox1 d
.45
30.51
u
3.22
83.97
u
.30
36.40
u
.35
52.49
u
.48
17.63


*CG 6stox2 u
.09
43.01
u
.06
19.06

u
1.04
79.27
u
.08
34.00
d
.04
11.69


*CG 6stox3 u
.13
49.13
d
.73
23.28
d
.12
44.29
d
.09
5.54
u
.72
53.62


*CG 6stox4 u >>
.44
76.92

u
.19
34.42
u
.10
55.71
d
.14
44.53
d
.38
76.00


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WXPRO/FULL FORECAST GRAPHIC


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Tower Cam or other live pic when time permits


*CG 4104
news phone numbers, Most Watched, Copyright


*CG 4103
wdbj7.com, Most Watched, Copyright



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tonight on News 7 at 6.