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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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The State's Parole Board Chairman calls it quits- but says he did not break the law.
The Government Shutdown is affecting at least one popular local attraction.
Plus Food Lion roars into Covington with it's largest store in Virginia.
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Plus Robin Reed with the weekend forecast.
News 7 at eleven is next.

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Good Evening-
The State's Parole Board Chairman resigned today- but George Metzger says he committed no crime.
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Metzger's resignation came just hours after an Administration audit was turned over to State Police.
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Food Lion is roaring into Covington with a lot more than groceries.
It opened a new superstore in Covington. We'll take a look.
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Plus we may hear All Aboard in Roanoke- We'll find out what folks think of bringing passenger rail service back to the star city.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Metzger


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The State's Parole Board Chairman resigned today- but George Metzer says he did not commit a crime.
Metzger did admit to irreconcilable differences with other parole board members, and to offending two female members with an "off-color" joke.
His resignation came-- just hours after an Administration audit was made public and turned over to State Police.
Ellen Qualls has more.
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(( But in a telephone interview, Metzger said he feels completely exonerated by the internal administration audit.
He says when he was first made aware of the falsifying of a parole warrant allegation, "at first blush it sure did look wrong" to him, but it's just an adminstrative error that's been corrected he says.
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((JERRY KILGORE/VA. PUBLIC SAFETY SECRETARY: WE'RE CERTAINLY NOT PROUD...READY TO MOVE FORWARD.))
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Not so fast.
House Democratic leader Tom Moss said the lesson is that rewarding political cronies with high public office can be a mistake.
Democrats would like Governor Allen to face a little more of this scandal.
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((SEN. MADISON MARYE: I KNOW VERY LITTLE... CALLED IN?))
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Secretary Kilgore tells us he HAS forwarded the audit to the State Police, with NO recommendation from the Governor.
So if Colonel Wayne Huggins of the Virginia State Police chooses to follow up, that's up to him.
He's also appointed by the Governor.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Wythe-Prison


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Corrections Corporation of America has worn out its welcome in Wythe County.
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SUPER=03-Wytheville;


The Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution today opposing any type of state, federal or private prison within its borders.
Prison opponents celebrated, after months of berating the board for not holding a public referendum before voting last January to welcome a private prison.
In last week's election, two prison supporters on the board were ousted, and two others reversed themselves today.
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((ANDY KEGLEY/PRISON OPPONENT: THE BOARD, FINALLY WHEN THEY HEARD THE PEOPLE AND THE PEOPLE WERE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK THE BOARD HEARD, AND THE VOTE TODAY, SIX-ONE IS A REAL GOOD SIGNAL THAT WYTHE COUNTY DOESN'T WANT A PRIVATE PRISON. ))
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((CHARLES DIX/BLACK LICK SUPERVISOR: I REALLY DON'T THINK WYTHE COUNTY HAS A CHANCE OF GETTING A PRIVATE PRISON, SO I DIDN'T SEE ANY POINT IN FIGHTING IT ANY LONGER.))
SUPER=01-Andy Kegley/Prison Opponent;
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C-C-A wants to put up a minimum-security prison on farmland in Wythe County.
It's one of three finalists for a state contract to build and operate a facility somewhere in the state.
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Budget


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It's beginning to sound like a broken record-
The Senate has again passed a stop gap funding measure. They did so tonight.
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But the President says he'll veto it.
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((I DON'T PROPOSE TO NEGOTIATE AWAY SIXTY TO SEVENTY PERCENT OF THE BUDGET SIMPLY TO GET A CONTINUING RESOLUTION TO REOPEN THE GOVERNMENT.))
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The President did announce all veterans and social security offices will reopen Monday whether there's an agreement or not.
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Grand-Canyon


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Grand Canyon National Park is victim to the budget shutdown-
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It closed today for the first time since it opened in 1919.
The Park will lose 18 to 20 thousand dollars a Day in park fees-
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((REPORTER: AND YOU DON'T HAVE ANY CHOICE IN THIS? WILLIAM BOHANON/GRAND CANYON LODGES: NOPE WE'RE UNDER CONTRACT TO THE GOVERNMENT. THE GOVERNMENT SAID SHUTDOWN SO WE DID.))
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Parkway


ANCHOR=Keith
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TAPE#95-105
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The budget impass is also affecting this region-
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At six o'clock tomorrow night- The Blue Ridge Parkway's concession areas and campgrounds will close indefinitely.
That includes the Peaks of Otter Lodge- that's closing tomorrow night until word from Washington.
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Travel-Office


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The fired director of the White House travel office was acquitted of criminal charges.
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Billy Dale was accused of embezzling 68-thousand dollars.
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((STEVEN TABACKMAN/DALE'S ATTORNEY: THE VERDICT TODAY IS A VINDICATION NOT JUST OF BILLY DALE, AND THE LIFE THAT HE HAS LED BUT OF ALL THE MEMBERS WHO HAVE WORKED IN THE TRAVEL OFFICE WHO SUFFERED THE CONSEQUENCES OF A MISGUIDED AND OUTRAGEOUS DECISION BY THE WHITE HOUSE.))
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The White House fired Dale and his staff when the charges came out.
The office makes travel plans for media covering the President- Dale worked there for 31 years.

Reno


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Attorney General Janet Reno's been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
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SUPER=03-Washington, DC;


Parkinson's is a progressive disease that robs people control of their movements.
Reno says her only symptom has been trembling in her left hand.
She's taking medicine to control the symptoms and plans to stay on the job.
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((JANET RENO/ATTORNEY GENERAL: NEITHER THE DISEASE NOR THE MEDICATION SHOULD IMPAIR MY ABILITY TO DO THE JOB AND I INTEND TO KEEP ON DOING IT.))
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Nearly one million Americans have Parkinsons- which can eventually incapacitate its victims.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Still to come on News 7, Authorities disclose the name of the body found last month in Danville,
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and as the Great American Smokeout comes to an end, we'll look at the health concerns over cigarettes in part four of Tobacco Under Fire.
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Gatewood


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Authorities have determined the identity of a decomposed body discovered in Danville.
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The woman's remains were found October 28th behind Motley's Warehouse.
The body has been identified as Robin Annette Gatewood of 220- Sylvan Road in Danville.
Her cause of death is still unknown.
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Rail-Study


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Roanoke residents got the opportunity this afternoon to look at a study- to see how a passenger train service would go through southwest Virginia.
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Consultants are recommending running a tilt train on conventional train tracks from Bristol to Washington and Richmond.
The twice daily train would have fourteen stops in between.
The director of rail and public transportation says his department will work closely with Norfolk Southern.
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((ALAN TOBIAS/DEPT. OF RAIL & PUBLIC TRANS.: WE CERTAINLY DON'T WANT TO BE IN A POSITION TO HURT FREIGHT BUSINESS SO WE HAVE TO IDENTIFY PLACES WHERE THEIR MAY BE PROBLEMS AND LOOK AT WHAT KIND OF SOLUTION ARE NEEDED.))
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According to the study it would take several years to make the necessary improvements to the rail lines.
Another hearing is set for Monday in Lynchburg.
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Thursday-Tobacco


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Today is the Great American Smokeout, a time when smokers all over the country try to kick the habit-- if only for just a day.
Appropriately enough, our series "Tobacco Under Fire" continues tonight, focusing now on the health risks of smoking.
Connie Stevens reports.
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((DR. LUTHER TERRY/FORMER SURGEON GENERAL: IT'S A VERY STRONG RELATIONSHIP AND PROBABLY A CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEART DISEASE AND CIGARETTE SMOKING.))
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Since Luther Terry's warning, Americans are dying at a rate of 420-thousand each year.
The three most common causes of death from tobacco products are lung cancer, emphysema and heart disease.
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((DR. DAVID O. LEWIS/MARTINSVILLE EMERGENCY PHYSICIAN: BUT TOBACCO DOES SO MUCH MORE. IT CAUSES 30% OF ALL CANCER. IT CAUSES CANCERS OF THE THROAT, THE LARYNX, THE ESOPHAGUS, THE BLADDER, THE KIDNEYS.))
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Smoking has also been traced to lumbar disk disease, osteoporosis, premature aging and wrinkling...and more.
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((PEOPLE WHO SMOKE ARE MUCH MORE PRONE TO SINUS INFECTIONS, BRONCHITIS, PNEUMONIA.))
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The risks don't just apply to smokers-- but also, to those exposed to their smoke, second-hand.
John Shone, had three reasons for deciding to kick the habit after smoking for 55 years.
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((JOHN SHONE/EX-SMOKER: IT GOT SO YOU CAN'T SMOKE ANYPLACE, NOT EVEN IN AIRPORTS. SECONDLY, IT IS A HEALTH RISK. AND THIRDLY, IT'S AN EXPENSIVE HABIT. ))
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Opponents of the tobacco industry are critical of what they consider an obvious push to sell to teens.
The tobacco industry vehemently denies that claim, claiming too that it's product is NOT addictive.
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((I BELIEVE THAT NICOTINE IS NOT ADDICTIVE. I BELIEVE THAT NICOTINE IS NOT ADDICTIVE. ))
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And many smokers say it's their right to smoke.
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((DON ROY/MILAN BROTHERS: I THINK THAT ONCE YOU'RE AN ADULT, IF YOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO SMOKE OR DRINK OR EAT TOO MUCH THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS AND YOU SHOULD BE BE ABLE TO DO THAT.))
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Don Roy has even set up a smoking lounge in his Downtown Roanoke tobacco shop.
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((FOLKS CAN'T SMOKE IN THESE BUILDINGS, THEY CAN'T SMOKE IN THEIR OFFICES. THEY CAN'T SMOKE IN THE LOBBIES, YOU WALK DOWN THE STREET AND YOU SEE PEOPLE TAKING A SMOKE BREAK OUT ON THE SIDEWALK. AND THAT'S A SHAME.))
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At Martinsville's Hospital Emergency Room, Dr. David O. Lewis says about 25% of the patients he sees are there because of tobacco-related illnesses.
He believes most of America's health care woes wouldn't exist without tobacco.
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((YOU HAVE TO WONDER IF THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY IS BANKRUPTING THE MEDICAL SYSTEM. BECAUSE THE HEALTH CARE COSTS ALONE ARE 50-BILLION DOLLARS. NOW THE TOTAL DRAIN TO OUR ECONOMY IS 65 BILLION DOLLARS.))
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((I STILL GET A LITTLE URGE ONCE IN A WHILE BUT YOU CAN RESIST IT. BUT ANYBODY CAN QUIT IF YOU REALLY PUT YOUR MIND TO IT. I THINK IT'S WELL WORTHWHILE. ))
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75-percent of smokers say they'd like to quit-- but only about eight percent will be successful.
Many are finding out it takes tremendous will-power.
Connie Stevens, News 7.
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Up next on news 7, a Pittsylvania landfill gets a new look,
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and we'll tell you why one supermarket chain believes bigger is better.
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SUPERFUND


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A Pittsylvania County landfill has taken on a new look.
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Officials from the Environmental Protection Agency were in Blairs today to give residents a first hand look at the CLEANED UP First Piedmont Rock Quarry.
The four- acre site was used as a quarry until 1970, when it was turned into an industrial landfill.
It wasn't until the landfill caught fire that the EPA got involved.
Officials were concerned about arsenic and lead contamination.
As part of the clean-up, the EPA threw items out including tires and drums.
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((DAVID IACONO/EPA, REMEDIAL PROJECT MGR.: THE DANGER HAS BEEN MITIGATED, IF THERE'S ANY REMAINING DANGER WE WILL PICK THAT UP IN OUR LONG TERM MONITORING PLAN. THERE WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 30- YEARS OF GROUND WATER MONITORING AT THE SITE AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS SO THE EPA IS STILL GOING TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE INFORMATION THAT EXISTS REGARDING THE QUALITY OF THE GROUNDWATER AND OTHER CONDITIONS AT THE SITE.))
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Contractors hired by Goodyear, Corning and First Piedmont Corporation did the cleanup.
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Food-Lion


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First it was Kroger, then Harris Teeter, NOW another supermarket chain has jumped into the act of offering more than just groceries.
Jay Moore takes us to Covington where he gives us a tour of Virginia's largest Food Lion.
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(( It closed as a Roses Department Store but now has reopened as one of the largest Food Lion stores ever.
Open 24 hours a day, this 40- thousand square foot store is the second of four larger supermarkets the chain will open in the next several months.
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((ED ROSENBAUM/STORE OPERATION SUPERVISOR: WE'VE TAKEN OUR BASIC STORE LAYOUT AND EXPANDED AND MADE A NEW, BRIGHTER, MORE LARGER, MORE ATTRACTIVE STORE. WE ADDED SEVERAL OTHER DEPARTMENT SUCH AS FLORAL AND WE EXPANDED OUR DELI, BAKERY OPERATIONS. ))
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This Hot Springs resident said she enjoyed the bakery but she did have one problem.
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((MADGE DUFOUR/HOT SPRINGS RESIDENT: WE JUST CAME DOWN TO SEE IT AND JUST HAVE A LITTLE FUN. REPORTER: DO YOU LIKE IT SO FAR? DUFOUR: YES I DO BUT I CAN'T GET THIS BAG OPEN.))
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And if you'd like to take a hot meal home to the family, and you just don't feel like stopping at fast-food restaurant you can take advantage of the self-service hot food bar.
Included in that is the Pizza Shop which allows customers to order freshly made pizza ready within six minutes.
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((JAY MOORE/REPORTER: THIS STORE OFFERS A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT ITEMS INCLUDING THE HOT FOOD BAR AND IF YOU WANT TO FIND OUT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR PET THEN THIS IS DEFINITIVELY THE PLACE TO COME. ))
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((LARRY COBB/MONROE CO., WV RESIDENT: WE DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO GO THROUGH THE WHOLE STORE BUT WHAT WE SAW WAS VERY IMPRESSIVE. ))
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Although the older Food Lion was closed, most residents were impressed with fact that the bigger store brought on the hiring of an additional 50 employees.
Jay Moore, News 7.)) Wx-Tape
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S-Region 3


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
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The Region Three girls basketball tournament played out the semi final round LAST night over at William Byrd.
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Martinsville was down in the third but went on a run. Erica Brandon drives in and hits the lay up for 2 of her team high 27 points.
Then, Jamie Farrington makes the steal and hits the short jumper at the 3rd period buzzer and the Dogs trailed 57-73.
But Botetourt got a second wind. Katrina Elliott passes to Aimee Bird.
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She spots up and hit the J.
The prime time player for the Lady cavs was Sarah Hicks. She scored a game high 30 points to lead Botetourt to victory.
Sara Moore added 24 as The lady Cavs advance.
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In the night cap, William Byrd hit their home floor
to battle the Fieldale Collinsville.
The lady Cavs defense was tough early. Yvonne Hall steals the ball from cathy Smith and goes coast to coast for the easy bucket.
Byrd trailed 26-19 at intermission, but rallied in the second half. Sarah Moore snaps the nylon with a three pointer.
SUPER=34-William Byrd/=43/F-Collinsville/=37;

Smith scored 16 points, here she scores and gets the foul and Byrd advances to the Region III title game saturday at 7pm where the terriers will face Lord Botetourt.
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S-Girls


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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In Daleville last night, Floyd County and Northwood advance to the Region C Finals at Christiansburg Saturday night.
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Galax, The Mountain Empire champions, huddle before the game.
Northwoods Jill Woodward goes for the lose ball picks it up and hits the jumper from the right side for a 4 point Northwood lead.
Galax comes back Erin Kyle puts up the jumper from the foul line misses but gets the stick back to cut the lead to 42-36.
Woodward then goes for the assist down court to Jessica Prater who lays it in Northwood wins it 55 to 36.
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((JEAN GILLESPIE/NORTHWOOD HEAD COACH: ))
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The Lady Buffaloes took the floor looking to defend their Region C title.
Floyd gets the good start. Julie Sowers with the assist to Sarah Conner who hits the jumper for an early Floyd lead.
Glenvar would try to come back. Erila Hale misses the jumper and Amanda Rydell hits on the rebound cutting the Floyd lead to 10.
Melissa Cantrell, who scored her SUPER=34-Floyd
Co./=58/Glenvar/=40;1-thousandth point last week, gets three of her game high

22 and Floyd County wins it 58 to 40.
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In other action Blacksburg beat Richlands 64 to 60.
And that's all the time for Sports, but before sure to join us tonight for Friday Football Extra.

S-VMI


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-18
GRAPHIC=VMI Logo


Up in Lexington last night, V-M-I was on the hardwood taking on the Kentucky Crusaders.
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The Keydets were playing their second exhibition game of the week.
On this play Jason Bell makes the nice baseline drive for the basket and the Keydets led 30 to 15.
V-M-I picked its moments to go inside here Lester Johnson bulls in for the two hand jam the Keydets led 36 to 17.
Lawrence Gillette had the hot hand SUPER=34-VMI/135/Crusaders/=77;in the

first half here he goes in the lane and hits the jumper for a 20 point lead and V-M-I wins it 135 to 77.
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Sports Tease


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, The Patrick Henry Volleyball team gets ready for the State Tournament Mo Vaughn is the American League M-V-P.
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And we'll also check in at Heritage and Glass as they prepare for the revised Division five football playoffs.
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S-VHSL


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB95-1
GRAPHIC=VHSL LOGO


The revised schedule of the Virginia High School League's Northwest Regional playoffs is now set.
The division was turned upside down yesterday after it was learned that E-C Glass used an ineligible player in its last two games against Albermarle and Heritage.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :


Glass was forced to forfeit the wins thus giving the Western District championship to Heritage and it also puts the Pioneers in the Playoffs.
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((PEM APPERSON/HERITAGE HEAD COACH: ))
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The Hilltoppers dropped from number one to a number four seed in the division and will now hit the road for a game against Brooke Point.
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((BO HENSON/GLASS HEAD COACH: ))
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S-FFE


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-23
GRAPHIC=FFe Logo


The Friday Football Extra Regional Semi Finals get underway tonight for a look at the games we will have lets check the schedule.
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And coming up a little later in Mornin, we'll have highlights of the region 3 and region C Girls Basketball Tournaments.

S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-25
GRAPHIC=tech/UVa


Instead of a lot of trash talk; the Cavaliers and the Hokies have thrown nothing but compliments at each other.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00


Tech is giving up just about 75 yards on the ground per game. But keeping Tiki Barber and Kevin Brooks within those parameters will be tough.
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(( ))
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SUPER=01-Brandon Semones/Va.Tech Linebacker; :00
RUNS=:23
OUT Q=....stop the running game"
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VO-NAT(Con't)
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Year; :00


Barber and Brooks amassed 249 yards last year against in Blacksburg and are ready for Tech's eighth ranked defense.
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SOT
IN Q="They're...

(( ))
SUPER=07-Tiki Barber; :00
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=...do the same thing"
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S-Volley


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-24
GRAPHIC=Volleyball


Patrick Henry's volleyball team is 19 and 2 and headed to the state tournament for the first time in school history.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00


The Lady Patriots' year began on unsteady ground when they lost their coach to Cave Spring. The savior was new coach Marty Swan, who has commuted from Blacksburg all season long to coach the team.
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SOT
IN Q="They...

(( ))
SUPER=01-Marty Swan/Patrick Henry Coach; :04
SUPER=01-Rebecca Hogan/Outside Hitter; :11
SUPER=01-Gene' Kent/Middle Hitter; :25
RUNS=:30
OUT Q=...really well"
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VO-NAT(Con't)


PH plays Indian River tomorrow night at 7, The state championship game begins at 2 Saturday.
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S-Howe


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-26
GRAPHIC=MLB Logo


Former Houston manager Art Howe is back in baseball.
(----------------)
VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Oakland, CA


Howe is the new manager of the Oakland Athletics. He signed a two year deal reportedly worth 700-thousand dollars per season.
He replaces tony LaRussa who left to manager the St. Louis Cardinals.
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SOT
IN Q="I'm going to

((ART HOWE/OAKLAND A'S MANAGER: ))
SUPER=01-Art Howe/Oakland A's Manager; :
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=........we're on top."
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VO-NAT (CONT)
SUPER=@File; :


Mo Vaughn is the American League's Most Valuable Player. The Boston Red Sox First Baseman narrowly beat out Cleveland's Albert Belle.
Vaughn batted 300 with 39 homers. (----------------)



Averett-grant


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=THA
TAPE#95-82
GRAPHIC=Education


A Danville College will benefit from the generosity of a Roanoke woman's charitable trust.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


Averett College today announced its largest gift in the college's 136- year history.
The late Mary (BLUNT) Blount, a former member of the college's Board of Trustees, has left nearly three- million dollars to the school.
A portion of the money will pay for renovations to the college chapel, which will be named in honor of Blunt's son.
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SOT
IN Q=

((DR. FRANK R. CAMPBELL/AVERETT COLLEGE PRESIDENT: TO KEEP IT IN PERSPECTIVE WE HAVE TO REMEMBER THAT 10- YEARS AGO AVERETT COLLEGE ONLY HAD 200-THOUSAND DOLLARS TOTAL IN ITS ENDOWMENT. TODAY WE HAVE OVER 10 AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS THAT ALL OCCURRED IN A 10- YEAR FROMA. THERE HAVE BEEN NO GIFTS OF THIS SIZE AT ALL. ))
SUPER=01-Frank R. Campbell/Averett College President;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=at all.



Diana


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=jja
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


All eyes will be on Princess Diana Monday- That's when she's expected to tell all in a T-V interview.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-London, England/File Tape;


Right now the nation's electric utility is preparing for a surge in power demand when the nation switches its tea kettles on after watching the interview.
Not everyone though is looking forward to this episode in the royal soap opera.
SUPER=04-BBC;


Buckingham Palace growled at the B-B-C, hinting it might lose its rights to broadcast the queen's Christmas speeches.
The B-B-C interview is regarded as Diana's revenge for her husband's T-V confession last year that he had cheated on Diana. (----------------)