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Coming up on News 7 at 6, the last shopping weekend before Christmas wraps up...
We'll see how local stores are doing.
And at least one road is closed tonight because of icy weather.

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
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In sports, the Carolina Panthers are N-F-C west champions while the Bills, Jaguars and Colts also make the playoffs. WX-Head
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Chilly temperatures and added moisture are making for some slick roads tonight.
As a result, a winter weather advisory is in effect for the N-R-V, the Greenbrier Valley, and the Highlands.

SHOPPING


ANCHOR=ERIC
NEWSCAST=SIX
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TAPE#96-92
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Good Evening, this is NEWS-7 at Six, I'm Eric Earnhart.
SS=christmas shopping


With two more shopping days left until Christmas, retailers are pleasantly surprised.
They say this year's figures seem to be surpassing last year's holiday season.
Local merchants say even though the traditional shopping season was shorter this year, buyers seem to be spending more money.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


This is the last weekend before the big day and store owners say procrastinators have been keeping the stores busy.
And they apparently aren't just buying stocking stuffers...they're buying the big ticket items as well.
Many customers say they're looking for last minute deals.
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IN Q=I ALWAYS DO

((BARBARA HOLBROOK/SHOPPER: I ALWAYS DO LAST MINUTE SHOPPING. I LOVE CHRISTMAS AND I GO RIGHT UP TO THE END, THE SALES GET BETTER AND I JUST KEEP SHOPPING.))
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Holbrook says she believes an improved economy is prompting shoppers to buy more.
That's the attitude retailers love-- saying they do notice a difference in sales.
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SOT 05:34:34
IN Q=IT'S BEEN GREAT

((COLLEEN CARRELL/STEIN MART: IT'S BEEN GREAT. IT'S BEEN MORE CONCISE BUT BUSIER DAYS AND WE'RE MAKING OUR SALES FOR THE DAY.))
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With Christmas on Wednesday, many stores are open extended hours tomorrow, and only early evening on Christmas Eve.
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Gas-Prices


ANCHOR=eric
NEWSCAST=6
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TAPE#96-90
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If Triple- A estimates are right, about than 39- million Americans will be vacationing this holiday season.
More than 80- percent of THEM will be travelling by car or truck.
But while they're burning rubber down the highways, they'll also be burning a whole lot of cash in the process.
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Compared to last December, gasoline prices are up a whopping 17 cents a gallon.
But according to local Triple- A officials, things could be worse.
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IN Q=The least

((JOYCE BRADFORD/AAA OF VIRGINIA: THE LEAST EXPENSIVE AREA IN THE COUNTRY IS THE SOUTH EAST SO WE'VE GOT A LITTLE BETTER THAN AVERAGE PRICES HERE. ))
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According to Bradford the most expensive place to buy gasoline is on the west coast.
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220


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=winter wx


Route 2-20 in Alleghany County is closed at this hour because of slick roads.
The Sheriff's department says icy conditions have made driving treacherous on both Route 2-20 and Interstate 64.
It reports at least 20 accidents in that area since three o'clock this afternoon.
The stretch of highway is closed from 6-87 to the Bath County Line.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is trying to apply chemicals on the road, but even those trucks are having a difficult time.

Peru


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#96-93
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Rebels in Peru are still holding more than three hundred hostages, including one American who has family in Roanoke.
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SUPER=03-Lima, Peru


Today, Peru's President rejected the rebel's demands, telling them t we'll tell you why,o lay down their guns and let the hostages go.
President Alberto Fujimori promised he would NOT use military force to free the captives.
The was no response from the Tupac Amaru rebels, who say they only way to end the standoff is to release more than 400 of their comrades from prison.
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Kris Mersheraud is one of the hostages.
His sister-in-law lives in Roanoke. Mersheraud and his wife Stella were both captured during the takeover... She was among the first group of hostages released.
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black-English


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=amo
TAPE#none
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Don't expect Virginia schools to start teaching "black English" anytime soon.
School administrators throughout the state say teachers don't have a problem understanding students who speak "black english."
Recently, school officials in Oakland, California ruled that black students who use double negatives or incorrect grammar are speaking a legitimate foreign language, called Ebonics.
Supporters say the new language will help raise test scores among African- American students.
But many educators say it simply encourages children to use incorrect grammar.

Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Eric
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Straight ahead on NEWS-7- The Lynchburg Fire Department is seeing red--
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and if its a unique Christmas gift you're in search of, Joe Dashiell has some suggestions. First let's check in with Kim--
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ANCHOR=Kimberly

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Well, it's feeling like Christmas outside.
We were expecting temperatures to warm up some today-- instead, the cold air lingered and some moisture arrived.
That's adding up to some frozen roadways around the region-- so do be careful.
Here's a look at today's temperatures... Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Mini-Open


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(("THIS IS NEWS 7 AT SIX, WITH ERIC EARNHART, KIMBERLY MCBROOM'S WEATHER AND ROY STANLEY WITH SPORTS."))

Museum-Stores


ANCHOR=eric
NEWSCAST=6
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TAPE#96-89
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If you're still looking for some last minute Christmas gifts, and you can't find them at the mall... Joe Dashiell has a suggestion.
Try a local museum.
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((Santa has been hanging out at the history museum of the Roanoke Valley, but the museum's gift shop on the city market also has a lot to offer for the holiday season.
A few blocks away, the Harrison Museum of African American Culture sells distinctive handmade crafts from Africa... and this year is offering the new pictorial history of the region's African American heritage.
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IN Q=I'm sure there are some items.

(( I'M SURE THERE ARE SOME ITEMS THAT YOU MAY BE ABLE TO FIND IN OTHER DEPARTMENT STORES, BUT I THINK IT'S KIND OF FUN TO COME TO A MUSEUM AND FIND SOME SPECIAL THINGS AT A STORE THERE.))
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NAT SOUND OF THE 611
Echoes of the 611 and other steam locomotives are for sale at the Virginia Museum of Transportation, where the National Railway Historical Society features the work of photographer O. Winston Link.
And if stocking stuffers, are the stuff of your last- minute search... don't forget the Science Museum of Western Virginia...
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IN Q=I'm just looking for different things

((SUZANNE WILLIAMS/MUSEUM STORE SHOPPER: I'M JUST LOOKING FOR DIFFERENT THINGS FOR MY SON. HE REALLY LIKES THE SCIENCE MUSEUM. THEY HAVE LOT'S OF STOCKING STUFFERS. HE'S INTO ROCKS AND GEMSTONES.)) 04:54:59 ((LINDA WEBB/MUSEUM STORE SHOPPER: THEY HAVE LOTS OF GREAT, YOU KNOW, SNAKES AND EYEBALLS AND BRAINS AND THINGS THAT BOYS LIKE, I THINK laughter.))
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And the list doesn't stop here. Museums and cultural groups throughout western Virginia have gift shops that supplement their tight budgets, and offer unique alternatives to the usual Christmas fare.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

Emergency-Vehicles


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
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TAPE#96-110
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The lights and sirens may be the same, but some of Lynchburg's emergency vehicles are sporting a new look these days.
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VO-NAT
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For the first time in 20 years, the fire department is seeing red.
Fire Chief Fred Mills announced his department will start repainting its fleet of yellow fire trucks and ambulances, back to the more traditional color red.
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((FRED MILLS/LYNCHBURG FIRE CHIEF: THE PUBLIC STILL IDENTIFIES THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WITH RED. OUR PEOPLE FEEL BETTER ABOUT THE RED, IT'S A MORALE ISSUE TO SOME EXTENT.))
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Mills says the fire trucks will be repainted only as needed over the next few years.
And Lynchburg police will find it easier to get around this winter.
The department has bought two four- wheel drive vehicles to use as patrol cars, with an eye towards adding more in the future.
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((CHUCK BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE CHIEF: THIS APPEARS TO BE A TREND, AND WE NEED TO TEST THESE OUT JUST TO SEE WHETHER OR NOT THEY'RE SUITABLE FOR POLICE SERVICE AND TO ENSURE THAT THEY CAN BE RUN ECONOMICALLY AND THAT WE'LL BE GOOD STEWARDS OF THE TAXPAYERS DOLLARS.))
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Bennett says the sport utility vehicles offer more interior space than most current patrol cars.
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Business-Review


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Cutbacks at several Lynchburg employers, a big labor agreement in Danville, and a Pocahontas County company cranks up its production.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in our area with the News-7 Business Review.
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(( LIMITORQUE LBRAW 00:02:14
Limitorque in Lynchburg has laid of 23 hourly workers, and 15 salaried personnel.
The company employs several hundred people, making devices that open and close valves. TGIF LBRAW 00:00:30
A Lynchburg based retailer is closing up shop after 15 years.
T-G-I-F says its locations in Lynchburg, Blacksburg, and Lexington are no longer getting their clothing from J-Crew, their main supplier. wv shoe lbraw 00:06:39
Things are looking up for a Pocahontas County company.
West Virginia Shoe has secured some big contracts and by the end of 1997 it hopes to increase its employment to about 200 people. BABCOCK & WILCOX LBRAW 00:03:32
Babcock and Wilcox is looking to terminate less than 50 salaried positions at its central Virginia facility, due to slower business at its Naval Nuclear Fuels division.
The company first extended a voluntary termination option to anyone who's interested. health tex lbraw 00:08:40
Union leaders and management at Health Tex in Danville avoided the tense negotiations that took place three years ago and reached a new contract agreement.
The deal, which covers 1100 workers in the area includes a five percent wage increase in its first year, and a three percent raise the next two years. CONRAIL LBRAW 00:04:07....NS 00:05:39
The bidding war for Conrail has intensified.
C-S-X increased the stock portion of its offer and put off a vote on the deal, then Norfolk Southern followed by upping its cash offer by a half billion dollars. hanover direct lbraw
One of Roanoke County's largest employers is cutting back.
Catalog company Hanover Direct has announced 100 layoffs, and workers say more cutbacks may be one the way.
Checking the financial markets for the week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 180 points, while Nasdaq finished up about 4 points.
Len Besthoff with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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lottery


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=amo
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The winning ticket for last night's Pick Six Lotto was sold in Danville.
Lottery officials say just one ticket correctly matched all six numbers.
That lucky person will soon be one-point-three million dollars richer.
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SUPER=26-2-8-19-27-36-37;


In case you missed those numbers they were two, eight, 19, 27, 36, 37. Wednesday's jackpot shrinks back to an estimated one million dollars.
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Tease#2

Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Eric
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Coming up next on News 7, saddle up and sing along as we catch up with a special group of carolers,
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and what's Santa Claus up to just days before his big night out? He'll tell us. Stay tuned.
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SANTA


ANCHOR=ERIC
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With the big day just three days away, you would figure Santa Claus wouldn't have time to socialize.
But recently the big man visited many of his young friends in southwest Virginia.
Denise Allen was at the party and has the story.
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(( He's the center of every Christmas party he attends.
Young children gather around to hear the inside scoop on life at the North Pole, including how Santa hurt his thumb.
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IN Q=well now Rudolph

((SANTA CLAUS: WELL NOW RUDOLPH IS MUCH BIGGER, I HAVE A MUCH BIGGER HOOK. SO IT'S BIG ENOUGH SO THAT WHEN I DO THIS MY THUMB CAN FIT IN THERE AND THAT'S WHAT HAPPENED.))
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When visiting southwest Virginia Santa stays at Lil and Bob Evans' Pembroke home.
He's been talking to children at parties for years--he says today's children ask for more than ever.
At a recent party he received the longest Christmas list ever.
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((THE BEAUTIFUL THING ABOUT THIS IS THAT HE WANTED THINGS FOR HIS LITTLE SISTER AS WELL.))
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And lately he's been packing his sleigh with different items.
Children still ask for dolls and bikes, but Santa says now he's filling orders for more sophisticated things such as computers.
But for gifts that may change the child's life he checks with the parents first.
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((LIKE IF I BRING A TELEPHONE OR TELEVISION AND THE CHILD KEEPS IT IN THEIR ROOM ALL THE TIME AND THEY'RE TALKING TO THEIR FRIENDS ON THE TELEPHONE OR WATCHING THEIR FAVORITE PROGRAMS THEY FORGET TO COME OUT AND VISIT WITH THE FAMILY.))
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Santa says he tries to provide his young friends with faith and hope just by sitting and listening to them.
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((THAT'S WHAT I'M IN THE BUSINESS OF DOING, TRYING TO PROVIDE WHAT THEY NEED AND WHAT THEY WANT. IF I CAN COMBINE THOSE, THAT REALLY IS A GOOD CHRISTMAS FOR ME DENISE.))
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And if you're wondering how he provides good Christmases for children all over the world, he says he moves quickly and just follows the sun around the globe.
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((OH I'LL BE BACK. BUT GOOD BYE FOR NOW.))
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Denise Allen News 7.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, The final spots in the N-F-L playoffs were decided this afternoon on the last day of the regular season.
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Plus the Carolina Panthers take over the N-F-C west with a bye in the first round of the playoffs after a win over Pittsburgh.
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S-Carolina


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-3
GRAPHIC=Panthers/Steelers


The Carolina Panthers captured the N-F-C west title and a first round bye in the playoffs by beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 18 to 14.
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SUPER=03-Charlotte/NBC SPORTS; :


The Panthers led 9 to nothing until the second quarter. Steeler quarterback Mike Tomzak hooks up with Andre Hastings on the six yard touchdown pass to make it 9 to 7 Panthers.
Then Kordell Stewart showed his stuff. Stewart drops back to pass but instead he tucks it in goes up the middle then cuts to the sideline and scores on the 80 yard touchdown run and the Steelers led 14 to 9 at the half.
The Panthers used three John Kasay field goals in the second half this 29 yarder in the fourth quarter gave Carolina an 18 to 14 lead.
But again it was the Panther SUPER=30-Carolina/18/Pittsburgh/14/; defense

that comes up with the big play. On third and goal from the 8 Chad Coda intercepts the Stewart pass in the end zone and Carolina wins it 18 to 14.
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S-Packers


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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Brett Favre passed for three touchdowns as the Packers beat Minnesota 38

to 10.
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The Packers were playing for the home field advantage and they got it.
And early in the first quarter Favre hands off to Edgar Bennett he goes up the middle from the five to make it 7 to nothing Packers.
Minnesota answered the call when Quarterback Brad Johnson hooks up with a

wide open Cris Carter on this 43 yard touchdown and the game was tied at 7 still in the first quarter.
Favre threw two touchdown passes to SUPER=30-Green
Bay/38/Minnesota/10/;Dorsey Levins this one from 13 yards out to break the tie

and the Packers go on to win it 38 to 10.
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-22
GRAPHIC=NFL LOGO


Houston, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati and Philadelphia won today and Jacksonville's win over Atlanta puts the Jaguars in the playoffs.
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SUPER=03-Orchard Park, NY/NBC SPORTS; :


And in Orchard Park, The Bills rode the arm of Jim Kelly into the playoffs. Kelly threw a pair of touchdown passes in the second half as the Bills beat the Chiefs.
For all of the scores lets check the boards.
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S-Huskers


ANCHOR=Mike
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WRITER=Mike
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Many of the Nebraska fans out in Lincoln say they consider this year's Orange Bowl game with Virginia Tech to be nothing more than a glorified Spring game.
They don't think the Hokies are worthy of a game with the two time defending national champs.
But the Nebraska players have plenty of respect for Tech.
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S-Hoops


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=College Hoops


Virginia Tech's basketball team played its last game before the holiday break this afternoon.
Ace Custis scored a game high 15 but the Hokies lost to West virginia 76 to 65. Tech is 4 and 4.
12-th ranked North Carolina beat Princeton 69 to 60 and 11-th ranked Duke routed Army 100 to 38.

S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ICE-96
GRAPHIC=Express/Raleigh


The Roanoke Express celebrated an early Christmas last night with a 5 to 2 win over The Raleigh Icecaps.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Roanoke vs. Raleigh; :


If you noticed something different above the ice at the Roundhouse tonight its a new scoreboard with all the latest gadgets.
And the Express would light up the scoreboard first. Ilya Dubkov works it in close and slips it into the net for a 1 to nothing Roanoke lead.
The Icecaps get it back in the second period when Lee Leslie steals the puck and takes it in for the score on Express Goalie Dave Gagnon.
Roanoke's Dave Stewart fires a quick shot just inside the blue line and the Express led 2 to 1 in the period.
Raleigh answered that goal when SUPER=38-Roanoke/5/Raleigh/2/;Dave

Cundiff fires a shot from the red line for a score but Roanoke goes on to win it 5 to 2.
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The Express has won four straight and will return to the Ice Christmas day for practice. Roanoke will host Richmond December 27-th at the Roundhouse. Wx-Tape
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horse-carols


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=amo
TAPE#96-94
GRAPHIC=Christmas


Before we leave, we wanted to put you in the holiday mood with some caroling of a different kind...
Photographer Rob Monroe has the sights and sounds, straight from the horses mouth. See you later, goodnight. dissolve to pkg
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