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ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
Twice the number of homes in half the time... that's Habitat for Humanity's vision for Lynchburg.
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VO-NAT


And an airborne classroom- -three students at a time take flight out of Roanoke- -many for the first time.
We'll hear from a few.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Patrick
SS=None


Clouds bearing rain are headed in late tonight through tomorrow. Expect some messy mixing of precipitation in the higher elevations tomorrow afternoon. I'll have the latest from the News 7 Weather Center.

DuPont


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#96-93
GRAPHIC=None


It won't be the Tour DuPont anymore.
The annual bike race that passes through central and southwest Virginia has lost DuPont as its main sponsor.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


DuPont has been involved in what's been called America's premier cycling event for eight years.
The company had said that 1997 would be its last year.
But today, DuPont said it was pulling out as of today because of UNmet contractual obligations.
Dupont blamed THOSE on a lawsuit between the event's owners, which has put planning for the race six months behind.
The Tour has made stops in Roanoke, Blacksburg, Lynchburg and dozens of communities in between over the years.
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Talent=Keith
SS=None


Medalist Sports, the event's promoter, says it's unclear right now whether there will be ANY race next year.


Beyer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-84
GRAPHIC=Don Beyer


They were polite -- but Don Beyer won few converts today at the Virginia Farm Bureau's annual meeting.
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SOT 51:10
IN Q=I've got

((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I'VE GOT LETTERS FROM SOME OF YOU AND PHONE CALLS FROM OTHERS. AND I WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND MY POSITION.))
SUPER=@Beyer;
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=my position.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Beyer defended his support of FDA regulation of tobacco sales.
A "Q and A" session afterwards elicited only one question.
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SOT 55:06
IN Q=If as you

((JERRY JENKINS/LUNENBURG CO. FARMER: IF AS YOU SAY YOU FEEL THAT THE VIRGINIA LAWS REGARDING USE OF TOBACCO BY MINORS ARE GOOD AND SUFFICIENT, THEN WHY WOULD YOU GO OUT ON A LIMB AND SUPPORT BRINGING IN FEDERAL MANDATES THROUGH THE FDA?))
SOT 01:08:06

((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: WHAT THE NATIONAL APPROACH GIVES US IS A UNIFORM SENSE THAT IN AMERICA WE DON'T WANT KIDS TO SMOKE. IT'S STILL LEGAL FOR ADULTS. AMERICANS CAN CHOOSE.))
SOT 01:18:12

((TOM WEST/HALIFAX CO. FARMER: IT OFFENDED ME A LITTLE BIT BECAUSE HE DEFENDED HIS POSITION. I WAS HOPING HE WOULD TAKE A LITTLE BIT SOFTER POSITION.))
SUPER=01-Jerry Jenkins/Lunenburg Co. Farmer; :00
SUPER=@Beyer; :15
SUPER=01-Tom West/Halifax Co. Farmer;
RUNS=:30
OUT Q=softer position.
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VO-NAT


Beyer is the Democrats' only candidate for Governor next year.
Republican candidate Jim Gilmore will address the Farm Bureau tomorrow.
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Allen


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-82
GRAPHIC=George Allen


A day after Virginia Public Safety Secretary Jerry Kilgore formally kicked off his bid for Attorney General, Governor George Allen has named a successor.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


35- year old director of the Department of Juvenile Justice Patricia West joins the cabinet.
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SOT 02:21:23
IN Q=I've been

((PATRICIA WEST/PUBLIC SAFETY SECRETARY-APPOINTEE: I'VE BEEN PRIVILEGED TO SERVE IN THIS ADMINISTRATION FOR THE LAST TWO AND A HALF YEARS AS THE DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE. AND TO BE PART OF THE LEGACY OF A GOVERNOR WHO KEEPS HIS PROMISES. MANY OF THOSE PROMISES THAT YOU MADE AND FULFILLED HAVE BEEN DIRECTLY IN THE PUBLIC SAFETY SECRETARIAT.))
SUPER=01-Patricia West/Public Safety Secretary-Appointee
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=Safety Secretariat.
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VO-NAT


As director of the Department of Juvenile Justice, West helped usher a reform of juvenile laws through the legislature.
SUPER=@file;


She's also presided over a department currently under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for alleged abuses of juvenile inmates at one of the state's seven juvenile facilities.
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Habitat


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-91
GRAPHIC=None


They've built 130 low- income homes over the last eight years.. now Lynchburg's Habitat for Humanity chapter figures to double that number in the next FOUR years.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


It's being made possible by a 3-quarter million dollar grant from Habitat for Humanity International.
The money will help revamp one existing Lynchburg neighborhood, and build two brand new subdivisions by the year 2000.
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SOT 1:00:40
IN Q=The grant we're

((KEVIN CAMPBELL/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: THE GRANT WE'RE GETTING IS JUST TO SET THE STAGE, IT'S JUST TO MAKE THE SITES AVAILABLE, TO BUILD THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND DO THE DEMOLITION WHERE WE NEED TO. THE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION MONEY, AS ALWAYS, IS GOING TO NEED TO BE RAISED LOCALLY AND THAT WILL BE ABOUT THREE AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS.))
SUPER=01-Kevin Campbell/Habitat For Humanity; :00
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=3 and 1/2 million dollars.
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VO-NAT


A fund-raising campaign will get underway sometime in 1997.
Lynchburg's Habitat chapter ranks as the 16th largest among 12- hundred nationwide.
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Funeral-Homes


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-89
GRAPHIC=None


Across the country there's a massive consolidation going on in the funeral home industry.
But in our area, there will soon be more competitors.
Len Besthoff has the story.
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SOT
IN Q=For two
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Allen Simpson/Simpson-Tharp Funeral Home; :19
SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :43
SUPER=01-Sammy Oakey/Oakey Funeral Home; 1:08
SUPER=@Len1; 1:15
RUNS=1:27
OUT Q=LB, News-7.

((
For two decades Allen Simpson worked for the Oakey Funeral Home in Roanoke, now he's striking out on his own.
He and a partner are investing nearly two- million- dollars to open their own funeral home, which will market itself toward rapidly aging baby boomers.
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SOT TAPE ONE 11:23:59
IN Q=They're

((ALLEN SIMPSON/SIMPSON-THARP FUNERAL HOME: THEY'RE COMING IN FROM OTHER AREAS AND HAVE DIFFERENT IDEAS ABOUT WHAT FUNERAL SERVICES SHOULD BE, AND THEY'RE BRINGING IN NEW IDEAS AND EXPERIENCES THEY'VE HAD IN OTHER PLACES, WE HOPE TO EMBRACE THOSE TYPES OF THINGS.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=of things.


The Roanoke market has been dominated by three funeral homes with a long history in the area...Hamlar and Curtis, Lotz, and Oakey.
Simpson and his partner Skip Tharp are undaunted, because Tharp successfully launched similar funeral home concepts in Lynchburg and Bedford County, even though there were several dominant, established players there.
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SOT 11:24:41 TAPE ONE
IN Q=We have

((SIMPSON: WE HAVE FOUND THAT THIS HAS BEEN VERY VERY SUCCESSFUL IN THE BEDFORD AREA AS WELL AS LYNCHBURG, IT SEEMS AS THOUGH PEOPLE LOOK FOR THIS TYPE OF THING.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=of thing.


Oakey is disappointed Simpson left, but believes there's room in the market for another competitor.
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SOT TAPE THREE 1:47:11
IN Q=Anytime

((SAMMY OAKEY/OAKEY FUNERAL HOME: ANYTIME YOU SEE A NEW PLAYER IN THE PROFESSION WE'RE IN, I WOULDN'T WANT TO SAY WE'RE WORRIED, BUT WE'RE INTERESTED TO SEE HOW THEY'RE GOING TO PROVIDE SERVICE.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=provide service.
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SOT TAPE THREE 2:17:26
IN Q=Right

((Right now the average cost for a funeral in our area is about 55- hundred- dollars, but who knows? There's speculation that this new competition could mean lower prices. Len Besthoff, News-7.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=News-7. ))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at 6-- one and a half million dollars does some good deeds in the Alleghany Highlands.
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VO-NAT


And "come fly with us" was the invitation extended to some schoolkids
today---
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SOT 10:52:15
IN Q=We're trying

((WE'RE TRYING TO GIVE THEM A GOOD TIME, GIVE THEM A TOUR OF THE AIRPORT AND SEE WHAT IT'S LIKE TO FLY IN A SMALL AIRPLANE.))
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=small airplane
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VO-NAT


We'll go along for the ride and see what the first time passengers thought.
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Foundation


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE# 96-86
GRAPHIC=None


What if your job was giving out presents, so your world would be a better place?
This job isn't a fantasy... it's happening in the Alleghany Highlands.
Eric Earnhart reports.
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SOT
IN Q=It's not Santa's
SUPER=03-Covington; :00
SUPER=01-Mary Litts Burton/Assistant Superintendent; :16
SUPER=01-Lewis Nelson/Alleghany Foundation; :37
SUPER=@Eric2; :47
SUPER=03-Clifton Forge; 1:01
SUPER=01-Dr. Ron Goings/Library Board Chairman; 1:10
RUNS=1:34
OUT Q=Eric Earnhart, News 7


(( It's not Santa's workshop, but the Alleghany Foundation is delivering an important gift to the children of the Alleghany Highlands.
A million dollar grant will put nurses in Alleghany County and Covington schools...

SOT 11:36:37
IN Q=at the present time.

((MARY LITTS BURTON/ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT; AT THE PRESENT TIME OUR FACULTY MEMBERS OR SECRETARIES ADMINISTER MEDICATION, DURING TIME THAT THEY SHOULD BE TEACHING, AND THEY DID NOT FEEL QUALIFIED TO HANDLE THIS RESPONSIBILITY.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=handle this responsibility



It's part of the foundation's mission to improve the health, and quality of life in the highlands.

SOT 10:54:50
IN Q=if you can improve

((LEWIS NELSON/ALLEGHANY FOUNDATION; IF YOU CAN IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF CHILDREN EARLIER ON THEN YOU WILL IMPROVE THEIR CHANCE OF GETTING THE MOST OUT OF THEIR EDUCATION.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=of their education



The foundation was born when Alleghany Regional Hospital was sold to Columbia last year, creating a 35 million dollar grant fund.
An 11 member board considers grant requests from non-profit organizations... like the Clifton Forge library, which was about to double it's space... but a 200 thousand dollar cost overrun stopped their project cold...

SOT 13:26:57
IN Q=the only other

((DR. RON GOINGS/LIBRARY BOARD CHAIRMAN; THE ONLY OTHER ALTERNATIVE WE HAD WAS TO GO TO THE CONTRACTOR AND ASK THEM TO START CUTTING OUT THIS ROOM AND THAT ROOM AND MAKE IT SMALLER AND GENERALLY LOSE OUT ON A LOT OF WHAT WERE WERE GONNA DO.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=were gonna do



Goings calls a the grant from the foundation an early Christmas present that put the project back on track...
And the foundation's gift bag isn't empty... it will give out 1 to 2 million dollars each year.
Eric Earnhart, News 7))

Dorm-Safety


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-88
GRAPHIC=None


Governor Allen is pledging to have sprinklers installed in high-rise dormitories at Virginia's colleges and universities.
The question is, will students have to foot the bill?
Tracy Altizer reports.
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SOT
IN Q=Muse Hall is
SUPER=03-Radford; :00
SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :07
SUPER=01-Keith Bolton/Blacksburg Fire Chief; :25
SUPER=01-Bob Nicholson/RU Asst. Facilities Mgr; :37
SUPER=01-Dave Nutter/VT University Relations; :57
SUPER=@Tracy1; 1:07
RUNS=1:24
OUT Q=News 7 Blacksburg.

(( Muse Hall is Radford University's only high- rise dorm, housing 800 students on 13 floors.
At Virginia Tech, Slusher towers 12 stories above campus, along with four other seven-floor dorms.
Officials from both universities and firefighters say the buildings are safe, with smoke and fire alarms, fire extinguishers, stand-pipes for fire hose hookups, and non-combustible construction.
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SOT 22:09:23

((KEITH BOLTON/BLACKSBURG FIRE CHIEF: CONCRETE AND CINDERBLOCK CONSTRUCTION, ALL THE FIRE WE WOULD HAVE IS COMPARTMENTIZED INTO THE INDIVIDUAL DORM ROOMS, SO THE SPREAD OF FIRE IS MINIMIZED. ))
SOT 2:16:14

((BOB NICHOLSON/RU ASST. FACILITIES MANAGER: GRANTED YES, THERE'S ALWAYS A CONCERN OF WHAT ELSE CAN WE DO, AND SPRINKLERS ARE ONE THAT WE'VE RECOGNIZED. IN A LONG-RANGE PLAN WE'VE LOOKED AT TRYING TO ADD THOSE TO OUR BUILDINGS.))
RUNS=:21


The problem is finding the money. Governor Allen says he will, but dorm construction, operation and upkeep is currently paid for through student fees, NOT state funds.
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SOT 23:39:29

((DAVE NUTTER/VT UNIVERSITY RELATIONS: AND IN PREVIOUS YEARS WHEN WE'VE HAD TO UPGRADE FIRE ALARMS AND SYSTEMS, THAT HAD TO COME OUT OF THE COST TO STUDENTS. ))
RUNS=:10


Governor Allen says raising student fees is among several options being considered. The cost to add sprinklers to Tech's five high-rise dorms is estimated at more than five and a half million dollars. That breaks down to about 58 dollars per student over the next 20 years. Tracy Altizer, News 7 Blacksburg.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE

A down day on Wall Street. The Dow lost 19 points, closing at 64 hundred 23. NASDAQ gave up three points.
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RUNS=:25
SUPER=x5005;


Kids-flight


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-85
GRAPHIC=None


A flight of fancy.
For the students from Rockbridge County it was the ultimate field trip.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


A tour of the Airport and a flight over the Roanoke Valley.
They ranged from white-knuckled first-time fliers to seasoned veterans of flight... 140 kids from Maury River Junior High were out of class ...on a natural high.
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SOT
IN Q=(NAT SOT: Air traffic)
SUPER=07-Rebecca Windsor; :13
SUPER=07-Lena Rentz; :29
SUPER=07-Cynthia Vess; :38
SUPER=01-Art Cournoyer/Pilot; :50
SUPER=07-Edward Henderson; 1:05
RUNS=1:11
OUT Q=I like it a lot.



NAT SOT: air traffic


On a brisk and breezy late autumn morning, it was bound to be a little rough at 2-thousand feet over Roanoke... what pilots call turbulence, and the rest of us know as a rough ride.
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SOT 10:56:30
IN Q=

((REBECCA WINDSOR: IT WAS SORT OF SCARY IN A WAY. BUT IT WAS FUN. I ENJOYED IT A LOT. AS IN WHEN YOU GOT YOUR FEET BACK ON THE GROUND. YEAH.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=the ground, yeah.


It was the first time Lena Rentz had been up in a plane, and she'd been really looking forward to it.
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SOT 10:56:55
IN Q=What were you

((What were you expecting? LENA RENTZ: SCARY. And was it as scary, more so or less? IT WASN'T AS SCARY AS I WOULD HAVE THOUGHT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=would have been.



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SOT 10:57:10
IN Q=Were you

((Were you scared? CYNTHIA VESS: NO, NOT SCARED AT ALL. Did you have any queasiness at all? NO.))
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=at all? No.


The national Experimental Aircraft Association came up with the idea a few years ago to acclimate kids to flying.
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SOT 10:51:35
IN Q= Hopefully, we're going

((Art Cournoyer: HOPEFULLY, WE'RE GOING TO INSTILL SOME YOUNGSTERS TO BE PILOTS AND AIRLINE STEWARDESSES AND FLIGHT CONTROLLERS AND ALL THOSE TYPES THINGS IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=aircraft industry.


Not all the students from Maury River were new-comers to the air.
My seat-mate in the back of Art Cournoyer's single-engine plane took it all in stride.
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SOT
IN Q=It's sort

((EDWARD HENDERSON: IT'S SORT OF LIKE A ROLLER COASTER. MOST KIDS WOULD PROBABLY LIKE IT. I LIKE IT A LOT.))
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=it a lot.


Sports Tease


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


Coming up on a busy Wednesday night in sports, the Hokies dominate the Big East postseason honors.
Nascar car owner Rick Hendrick is indicted by a federal grand jury. I'll have the latest on Richlands head coach Dennis Vaught.
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VO-NAT eng#


Plus, remember Ed Green, the former coach at Roanoke College? He's back in the valley and Roy Stanley has his story tonight in sports.
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S-Beamer


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#TF96-2
GRAPHIC=BIG EAST


The Virginia Tech Hokies dominate the Big East football conference's postseason awards that were handed out this afternoon.
Tech placed 6 players on the all-conference first team
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Friday; :00


plus, head coach Frank Beamer was named the coach of the year in the league for the second straight season.
And quarterback Jim Druckenmiller was named the Big East's co-offensive player of the year, an award he shares with Syracuse's Donovan McNabb.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=TECH FOOTBALL


Senior tightend Bryan Jennings joins Druckenmiller on the first team all-Big East squad, along with center Billy Conaty, running back Ken Oxendine and Freshman kicker Shayne Graham.
Cornell Brown was a first team defensive selection.
Six Hokies made second team all-conference including Brandon Semones.

S-Alabama


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


Now a number of Tech fans have been worrying about Frank Beamer's possible departure to Alabama.
But tonight it looks like that job is going to Mike Dubose.
The Tide's current defensive coordinator will officially be given the job this coming Monday, according to several reports out of Alabama.

S-Cornell


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#FB96-3
GRAPHIC=Tech football


While Beamer is not going to Alabama to coach; he IS in Houston, Texas tonight with Tech All-American defensive end Cornell Brown for the annual Lombardi award ceremony. The award honors the top lineman in the country.
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SOT
IN Q="I really hope

((FRANK BEAMER/VIRGINIA TECH HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=...does it the right way"
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S-Vaught


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-23
GRAPHIC=DENNIS VAUGHT


Whether it's Lexington, Patrick Henry or Richlands, trouble controversy and Dennis Vaught can't seem to stay from each other.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00


News 7 Sports learned last night that the Richlands head football coach Dennis Vaught was being investigated by school officials for ordering his players to injure Grundy star quarterback, Jason Copenhaver and lineman Luke Owens during their October 4th game.
Copenhaver suffered a partial tear of the medial collateral ligament in his RIGHT knee in the game.
This afternoon both Richlands high school and the athletes attorney confirmed that the matter has been resolved to everyone's satisfaction.
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ANCHOR=Mike
ANCHOR=hold vaught


Sources tell us that Vaught will lose his job as coach over the incident.

S-Hendrick


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-34
GRAPHIC=RICK HENDRICK


Rick Hendrick, the man whose cars and drivers captured the Winston Cup points championship each of the past two years, was indicted by a federal grand jury today.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-1996 Season; :00


Hendrick owns the cars driven by Jeff Gordon and Terry Labonte, but problems involving his cars dealerships, namely his Honda lots are the reason for this trouble.
The 15 count indictment says Hendrick paid bribes to executives of Honda of America in exchange for preferential treatment.
Terry Labonte reacted to the news this afternoon.
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SOT
IN Q="You know...

((TERRY LABONTE/HENDRICK MOTORSPORTS DRIVER: ))
SUPER=01-Terry Labonte/Hendrick Motorsports Driver; :00
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=...JUST FINE.
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S-Roanoke


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


The Roanoke College Maroons open their conference schedule tonight at home as they take on Emory & Henry in a seven o'clock tip at the Bast Center. Already this season Page Moir has passed his Dad and moved into third place on the College's all-time wins list behind Buddy Hackman and Ed Green.

S-Green


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-2
GRAPHIC=Ed Green


And speaking of Green, it's been 7 years since he left Roanoke for Myrtle Beach.
But Roy Stanley says the former Roanoke Head Coach is back in the valley. doing what he likes to do best, Coach.
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SOT
IN Q=FIRST AUDIO
SUPER=03-Salem/1989 Season; :00
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :11
SUPER=01-Ed Green/Addison Teacher & Coach; :21
SUPER=@roy2; :28
RUNS=1:18
OUT Q=....news 7 sports."
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((After 14 years as a successful head coach ar Roanoke College, Ed Green Packed his suit case and headed south to become the Athletic Director at Coastal Carolina.
Well, Green is back in the valley teaching and coaching the 7-th and 8-th graders at Addison Aerospace Magnet School.)) ((ED GREEN/TEACHER AND COACH AT ADDISON MAGNET SCHOOL: )) ((Green left Coastal for an assistant's principal's job in Pennsylvania.
But in 1994 he suffered a hip injury and it coast him an assistant coaching job in New Orleans,)) ((GREEN: )) ((Green was a candidate for the coaching positions at both Patrick Henry and Cave Spring.
And Green eventually hopes to get back to the clip board and whistle in the near future.)) ((GREEN: )) ((Although he's a native of Pennsylvania, Green still calls Roanoke his home.
Roy Stanley News 7 sports.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
(toss to Jean)
NEWSCAST=6
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TAPE#Promo


Amherst authorities say a body found in the Northern end of their county may be the driver of a car found abandoned in Lynchburg yesterday. The body of a black man in his 20s was discovered by a highway worker off Route 617. He'd been shot once in the head and it appears his body was dumped along that road. Sheriff Jimmy Ayers says the victim possibly matches the description of a man who'd been driving the Nissan Pathfinder found in Lynchburg.