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Coming up on NEWS at SIX:
The deadline is here, and Virginia is the sole state to pass on federal Goals 2000 education funding. Governor Allen today says he still has no regrets.
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ANCHOR=Keith


We'll also have a profile of Pat McSweeney, who is getting ready to step down as Republican state chairman. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, William Campbell football coach Kevin Saunders is leaving the school, Rick Pitino is not leaving Kentucky,
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and the NCAA cites Tech's basketball program for a secondary violation and takes away one scholarship.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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As we leave May, temperatures are falling quickly. A scattering of frost is possible tonight in the highlands.

Goals-2000


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-34
GRAPHIC=George Allen


Governor George Allen will be standing alone on Goals 2000.
And for that today, he lashed out at the state's top Democrat.
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Allen got news that New Hampshire became the 49th state to apply for the federal education dollars, by today's deadline.
He then blasted Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer for criticizing his latest proposal.
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((THEN FOR I THINK PURELY PETTY POLITICAL REASONS THEY OPPOSE OUR PRINCIPLED STAND AND I THINK HARM OUR ABILITY TO GET A WAIVER.))
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SS=Don Beyer


Beyer says he'll stand with Allen in federal negotiations when he thinks the Governor is right.
SS=Education


The U.S. Department of Education says Virginia could still get the money if it will agree to such conditions as allowing teachers to use the funds for professional training, and reporting back on how the funds are spent.

Franklin-Fatal


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=none


A Moneta man died in a head-on collision with a state trooper's car early this morning.
Police say 41-year-old Victor Howard Wilcox was driving west on Route 6-16 in Franklin County when his pickup truck hit the shoulder of the road.
Wilcox then lost control of his truck and hit a police car driven by State Trooper J-K Johnson.
Trooper Johnson was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries and released.

Festival


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-44
GRAPHIC=Festival in Park


A member of the Libertarian Party has won an injunction from a federal judge that allows him to hand out leaflets at Roanoke's Festival in the Park.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke


Jay Rutledge plans to run for Congress- -if he can collect enough signatures on a petition to get on the ballot.
At Elmwood Park last weekend, a city police officer told him to leave.
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((HE ORDERED ME TO CEASE THOSE ACTIVITES, AND I COMPLIED TO AVOID ARREST.))
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The judge urged festival director Wendi Schultz to work out something with Rutledge, but the Festival's attorney claimed Rutledge would ruin the Festival.
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Anchor=Keith
SS=None


"This is a serious case," the Judge said, "dealing with an individual's fundamental first amendment rights."
Judge James Turk said from the bench tonight, before issuing the injuction: "I just can't believe this is happening here in Roanoke."
The city attorney promised to remind uniformed police officers that they canNOT exclude anyone for political activities.

ACLU-Prayer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-29
GRAPHIC=Education


It's graduation time again for Virginia high schools, and the Virginia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is watching schools like a hawk.
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SUPER=03-Richmond;


The state ACLU says it will sue any high school that knowingly approves student- initiated prayer at a graduation ceremony.
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((KENT WILLIS/VA. ACLU: THEY SAY JOHNNY, OR MARY, YOU HAVE TEN MINUTES ON THE PROGRAM TO SAY ANYTHING YOU CHOOSE. WE ARE NOT GOING TO CENSOR WHAT YOU SAY IN ANY WAY AT ALL -- THEN IF THAT PERSON CHOOSES TO SAY A PRAYER, THEN THEY'RE FREE TO DO IT. IF THE SCHOOL SAYS YOUR SPEECH IS PART OF OUR CEREMONY AND WE CAREFULLY ORCHESTRATE THIS ENTIRE CEREMONY. WE WANT TO SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING AND WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE ENDORSE YOUR MESSAGE. IF THE SCHOOL SAYS THAT THEN THE STUDENT CAN'T INCORPORATE A PRAYER.))
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TALENT=Keith
SS=Education


Willis says the state Board of Education's recently released guidelines for religious activity in schools are misleading.
He says the guidelines imply it's okay to PLAN student prayer.
But a federal court in Alexandria clearly said that was UNconstitutional in a 1994 case in Loudoun County.

Local-Israel


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-41
GRAPHIC=None


With Benjamin Netanyahu the apparent new prime minister of Israel, some scholars believe peace in the Middle East is again in doubt.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Virginia Tech history professor William Ochsenwald (OX-en-wahld) says the chances of the new Israeli government making peace with Syria and Lebanon are practically zero.
And he predicts slow- going between Israel and the Palestinians.
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((WILLIAM OCHSENWALD/VA TECH HISTORY PROFESSOR: NETANYAHU WAS JUST QUOTED AS SAYING THAT HE WILL FAVOR A CONTINUATION OF THE PEACE PROCESS WITH THE PALESTINIANS, BUT THERE'S GOING TO BE A LOT MORE SUSPICION BETWEEN THE TWO SIDES. AND I THINK THE CHANCES OF ANY REAL PROGRESS ARE VERY SLIM NOW. ))
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Ochsenwald says Netanyahu's election is also a setback for President Clinton.
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((HE'S GOING TO HAVE TO DOWNPLAY THE WHOLE QUESTION OF PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST FOR THE UPCOMING U.S. ELECTION. IT'S NOT GOING TO BE SEEN AS BEING AS MUCH OF AN ACCOMPLISHMENT AS IT WOULD'VE BEEN IF LABOR HAD WON. ))
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Ochsenwald says President Clinton needs to encourage the new Israeli government to continue the peace process.

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ANCHOR=Keith
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Coming up on News 7 at Six-
A profile of the man who has led Virginia's Republican party through some trying times.
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And judge, jury, witness--we'll show you a mock trial where students take on all the courtroom roles, and tell you what their verdict is.
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Diversity


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-33
GRAPHIC=None


Imagine the entire population breaking up into small groups, to talk about social problems... like racism.
Sound impossible?
It's already starting.
The Michigan based Fetzer Institute is trying to break new ground in the field of multi- culturalism.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


One of its "Diversity Dialogues" took place in Roanoke this afternoon... featuring scholars from all different ethnic backgrounds... from all across the country.
Participants believe discussions like these will have lasting effects.
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((MOLEFI ASANTE/TEMPLE UNIVERSITY: IT IS IMPORTANT FOR THE FUTURE OF AMERICA AND IT'S IMPORTANT FOR THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD. WE LIVE IN, NOT ONLY A DYNAMIC SOCIETY, BUT WE LIVE IN A SOCIETY OF GREAT MULTIPLICITY OF CULTURES AND OF DIALOGUES AND VIEWS. ))
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Organizers say this is just the first step in addressing cultural diversity.
The Roanoke discussion will be included with similar dialogue sessions in other cities.
Initially the goal is to raise social awareness of cultural problems.
Eventually, the institute hopes to offer solutions.
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Campaign-Spending


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-39
GRAPHIC=Mark Warner


Democratic Senate candidate Mark Warner is just over a week away from securing his party's nomination.
And he's chipped in more than 770- thousand dollars from his own deep pockets to get him that far.
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SUPER=@file;


The northern Virginia multimillionaire has given 160- thousand dollars of his own money since April first.
Over that same period, he collected 113- thousand from other donors.
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Anchor=Keith
SS=John Warner


Republican incumbent John Warner has raised more than 418-thousand dollar since April first, and has over 340-thousand dollars in cash on hand going into the primary.
SS=Jim Miller


GOP challenger Jim Miller took in 321-thousand dollars during the same period, and has 180-thousand dollars in cash on hand.

McSweeney


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-37
GRAPHIC=Pat McSweeney


Four years of Pat McSweeney at the helm of the Republican party of Virginia saw grand successes and dismal failures.
He steps down this weekend at the GOP convention in Salem.
Ellen Qualls has his story.
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(( Reporters know that if you want the dirt on someone, you ask his enemies.
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((SUE WRENN/VA. DEMOCRATIC PARTY: PAT MCSWEENEY IS A VERY BRIGHT PERSON. WE HAVE A GOOD RELATIONSHIP. HE FEELS STRONGLY ABOUT THE THINGS HE BELIEVES IN.))
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Okay, how does the titular head of his own party feel about McSweeney's impending departure?
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: ISN'T IT NICE...PARTY OF VIRGINIA.))
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Chesapeake Delegate Randy Forbes is George Allen's hand-picked successor to the man he blames for NOT supporting him enough, despite Allen's 1993 landslide.
McSweeney acknowledges the party chairman job is NOT about making friends.
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((PAT MCSWEENEY/VA. GOP CHAIRMAN: SOMEBODY'S GOT TO STAND UP FOR PARTIES. NOT JUST AS A VEHICLE TO ELECT SOMEONE. BUT PARTIES THAT REALLY STAND FOR SOMETHING.))
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Toward that end, McSweeney's taken an active stand against John Warner for disloyalty.
And against the party being a mouthpiece for any one political office.
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((PAT MCSWEENEY: I THINK THE PUBLIC RESPONDS ... PARTICULAR AGENDA.))
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But McSweeney's sent mixed messages about what that agenda is to African Americans-- appearing in Danville at a Southern Heritage rally.
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((RAYFORD HARRIS: A GREAT DEAL...SLAP IN THE FACE.))
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Telling reporters that pursuing the black vote in the final days of the Ollie North campaign would NOT be "cost-effective."
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: OH GOSH... TO MAKE.))
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But what McSweeney lacks in diplomacy, he makes up for in passion.
But as the Democrats say, the passions dividing Virginia Republicans will outlive Pat McSweeney's tenure.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=Stocks
GRAPHIC=NONE


This was a day of gains for Wall Street. The Dow was up 19 and a half points, closing at 56 hundred 93.
NASDAQ gained nearly eight points.
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Mock-Trial


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-32
GRAPHIC=None


Someone spiked the mashed potatoes, and a student died, but was it a recipe for murder?
Eighth graders in Franklin County considered that question today as they staged a mock trial at the courthouse.
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More than one hundred students from Benjamin Franklin Middle School played the witnesses, lawyers, judge and jury.
Students from Franklin County High School manned the cameras in the courtroom.
The defendant was accused of putting a teacher's asthma medicine into the victim's food, causing a fatal reaction.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


The defendant had a bad reputation, and a motive, but members of the jury decided there was not enough evidence. The verdict... Not Guilty.

Mish-Mish


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-42
GRAPHIC=None


Prime retail space in Roanoke's downtown market area doesn't stay vacant very long.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Leman (lee-MON) Dudley, a local businesswoman, has spent close to a MILLION dollars renovating the building where a store named Mish- Mish used to be.
Dudley has redone all three floors.
There's room now for as many as eight stores inside.
The building has a variety of artistic touches, including skylights and custom built floor tiles.
They're designed to give the building a unique, Mediterranean feel.
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((CHIC HAYNIE/DESIGN CONSULTANT: WE WANT SOMETHING THAT'S TOTALLY NEW, THEY'RE DOING BASICALLY THE SAME CONCEPT IN THE BIGGER CITIES, YOU KNOW, BALTIMORE, NEW YORK, BUT YOU DON'T FIND IT IN LIKE THE RICHMOND AREA OR ROANOKE.))
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Dudley calls the retail complex La Pasaj (puh-SAHHJ).
The first store inside is her own, an exotic flower store called Chi- Chek
(chee-CHECK).
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, the NCAA takes a scholarship way from the Tech hoop program, Friday Football Extra's top coach from last year is leaving the area,
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And Steve Mason brings us the story of a two sports star at Duke University who is settling in with the Roanoke Riverdawgs this summer.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-8
GRAPHIC=tech basketball


The Virginia Tech basketball program is dealing with news tonight that the NCAA has taken away one of its scholarships.
SS=ncaa


The big boys in Kansas cited Tech for secondary violations concerning improper travel.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Season; :00


Last season the Hokies internal tracking system found out that student athletes had improperly reimbursed the University for some travel expenses, thus breaking an NCAA rule.
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((DAVE BRAINE/VA. TECH ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:))
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Tech imposed two in-house sanctions on the hoop program allowing only two coaches to recruit off campus and cutting the days coaches could evaluate talent by 20 percent.
But the NCAA decided Tech would also lose one recruiting visit and the scholarship.
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((DAVE BRAINE/VA. TECH ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:))
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S-Pitino


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-7
GRAPHIC=COLLEGE HOOPS


In other college basketball news, university of Kentucky coach Rick Pitino says he's staying put in the Bluegrass state.
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SUPER=04-NCAA: :00


Pitino had been given the chance to return to the NBA and coach the New Jersey Nets.
He also would have been the team's general manager and a part owner.
But he says his heart kept him in Kentucky.
Speaking of heart, University of California freshman Shareef Abdur-Rahim had a change of heart today announcing he plans to return to school nest year.
The 19 year old had entered his name in the NBA draft.
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S-Saunders


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-6
GRAPHIC=Kevin Saunders


William Campbell head football coach Kevin Saunders is resigning his position to become the head coach at Osborne High School in Manassas.
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SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00


Saunders coached William Campbell for three years compiling a 27 and 9 record.
The Generals won last year's Seminole District title and two captured two regional Championships.
They lost in the state semi-finals the past two years.
The Radford native, who played and coached under the legendary Norm Lineburg, was voted Friday Football Extra's overall coach of the year by his peers.
Osborne has an enrollment of 12-students and will compete at the Triple A level next season.
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S-Glenvar


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=TENNIS


The Glenvar boys tennis team has won another state championship.
This afternoon at Essex high school in Tappahannock, Art Lawrence's Highlanders beat George Mason 5-to-4 to capture the school's fifth straight Group-A title.

S-CAVE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Kent
TAPE#S6-5
GRAPHIC=Regionals


In High school Softball this afternoon the Cave Spring Knights and Albemarle Patriots dueled it out for the Northwest Region Championship at Penn Forest Park.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00


After taking a 2-0 lead Cave Spring put on a hitting clinic, using a 5 hit fifth inning to score 5 more runs.
With two on and nobody out, shortstop Stacey Morioka doubles in Kay Brittain from 2nd to make the score 4-0 Cave Spring.
The next batter, third baseman Sarah Olgevey uses a double of her own to knock in pitcher Kerry Fair and Morioka making the score 6-0.
The Knights score one more run and end the on this line-drive double play.
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Second baseman Jennifer Hanes snares the ball and tags the runner giving the Knights the Championship 7-0.
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S-Heaps


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-12
GRAPHIC=Riverdawgs


The Roanoke Riverdawgs have never been short on big nameplayers in their two season and now you can
SS=Jay Heaps


add Duke University's Jay Heaps to that list. Steve Mason has more on this two sport star who is spending his summer in Roanoke.
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((Jay Heaps gives opponents a Devil of a time with his hands and his feet! He was the ACC soccer Rookie of the year this past season. Even more interesting; how Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski asked him to play basketball. ((JAY HEAPS/RIVERDAWG MIDFIELDER:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((:))
Heaps is having fun and improving his game this summer with the Riverdawgs. ((:)) ((PHIL BENNE/RIVERDAWG GENERAL MANAGER:)) ((DUSTIN FONDER/RIVERDAWG DEFENDER:))
The rising sophomore's new summer friends often ask...what's it like to play hoops at college's highest level. ((:))
He missed that foul shot against Maryland in the ACC tournament, but count on this two sport star to be a hit with the Riverdawgs this summer. Steve Mason, News 7 sports.))
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Internet


ANCHOR=khu
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=Sta
TAPE#96-35
GRAPHIC=none


Some area students are going to have easy access to the information superhighway for the next year.
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SUPER=03-Daleville;


R and B Communications is offering a free internet hook-up to schools in Botetourt and Roanoke counties, as well as Roanoke city and Salem.
Students will be able to create their own homepages and do more in-depth research for projects.
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((SAM HAMPTON/R&B COMMUNICATIONS; IF A STUDENT HAD A SCHOOL PROJECT LET'S SAY RESEARCHING A COUNTRY IN EUROPE, THAT STUDENT COULD NOT ONLY GO AND GET FACTS ON EUROPE BUT THEY ALSO COULD GO AND ACTUALLY TALK TO SOMEONE IN EUROPE. ))
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Internet blockers will also be installed on computers used by students to prevent access to obscene material.
Schools in Salem are already taking advantage of the free hook-up.
Internet access for schools in other counties will begin in the fall. (----------------)