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Coming up on News 7-
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A new company and hundreds of new jobs are coming to Henry County.
O.J. Simpson responds to Fred Goldman's offer.
Plus is your cell phone dangerous? We'll tell you why it might be.
And Michael Jackson may be a daddy tonight.
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News 7 is next.

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Good Evening.
O-J Simpson has rejected a challenge from Fred Goldman- saying he will not confess to murder.
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Goldman went on radio today saying if Simpson signed a murder confession he would forget about the millions of dollars Simpson owes him.
The nation's largest airline could come to a screeching halt Friday night.
American Airlines pilots are threatening a strike.
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And Michael Jackson may soon be a daddy.
The Associated Press reports his wife has been admitted to the hospital- She's due Friday.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Henry-Industry


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Beaver Creek Industrial Park in Henry County is home to one of the area's newest employers.
Five-B's, the nation's largest computerized embroidery firm, is moving in.
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Governor Allen and local dignitaries were on hand in Henry County this afternoon for the announcement.
The Ohio based company plans to hire one- thousand workers over the next five years.
Company officials say most of the jobs will be labor intensive.
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((TODD BILES/5B'S PRESIDENT:THE AVERAGE WAGE STARTING WITHIN THE SEVEN TO EIGHT DOLLAR RANGE, WHICH, YOU KNOW OBVIOUSLY, WE WANT TO BE COMPETITIVE WITH THE APPAREL INDUSTRY, SO WE'RE STILL EVALUATING THE LABOR MARKET, THE WAGES, AND WE'RE GOING TO COME IN WITH COMPETITIVE WAGES, BECAUSE WE WANT TO GET GOOD PEOPLE. GOV. GEORGE ALLEN:OBVIOUSLY THE 10- MILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT AND THOUSAND NEW JOBS ARE A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN VIRGINIA AND I THANK YOU, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU, LELAND, VICCI, TODD, THE WHOLE 5B'S GANG, THANK YOU ALL FOR MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION IN COMING TO THE WINNING STATE, IN THIS DECISION. ))
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Five-B's was formed in 1980 by Lee and Vicci Biles and their three children.
They hope to begin operations next month.
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Simpson-Goldman


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O-J Simpson says no way to Fred Goldman.
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Simpson's attorneys say O.J. will not confess to something he did not do.
Goldman went on the radio today offering to drop millions in damage awards in return for a confession.
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((FRED GOLDMAN: IF THE PERSON WHO'S NAME I DON'T USE THAT MURDERED MY SON WANTS TO WRITE OUT A COMPLETE CONFESSION AND PUBLISH IT IN NEWSPAPERS AROUND THE COUNTRY I WOULD BE GLAD TO IGNORE THE JUDGEMENT.))
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Goldman predicted Simpson would not confess- saying Simpson's never taken responsibility for anything he's done his whole life.
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Addison


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The renovation of Addison Middle School has become a point of controversy in Roanoke, where the local chapter of the N- Double A-C-P is calling for greater minority participation in public construction projects.
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((MARTIN JEFFREY/ROANOKE NAACP PRESIDENT: AND IT'S NOT ABOUT THE SIZE OF THE FIRM. IT'S ABOUT THE SIZE OF OUR WILLINGNESS, BECAUSE WE CAN MAKE THINGS HAPPEN AROUND THESE ISSUES IF WE CHOOSE TO.))
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Tuesday night, the City School Board hired a Roanoke architectural firm to design the improvements at Addison.
James Bumbry is a graduate of the school and a member of the committee that recommended the firm.
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((JAMES BUMBRY/SELECTION COMMITTEE MEMBER: WHEN IT COMES TO SELECTING A CONTRACTOR, WE DON'T GO BY RACE OR WHATEVER. WE PICK THE ONE THAT'S BEST- QUALIFIED TO DO THE JOB AND THE COMMITTEE SELECTED THE BEST ONE TO DO THE JOB.))
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Martin Jeffrey says he isn't criticizing the committee that selected Rife and Wood from the design firms that submitted proposals.
But he believes the city and the school system should search for creative ways to involve more minority firms in public construction projects.

Burns


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The man who brought us the "Civil War" and "Baseball" series is turning his camera lens on Thomas Jefferson.
Steve Smallshaw talked with acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns in Charlottesville today about his latest historical documentary.
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(( Ken Burns has spent the past four years on this mountaintop, trying to get better acquainted with the man he calls the most interesting character in American history.
But Burns says his new documentary on the life of Thomas Jefferson only grazes the surface of the man whose actions and words continue to shape our lives.
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((KEN BURNS/FILMMAKER: I MEAN EVERYTHING THAT WE ENJOY, THAT YOU ENJOY, COMES FROM HIM. OUR POLITICAL, OUR RELIGIOUS, OUR INTELLECTUAL, I WOULD EVEN SAY OUR PERSONAL FREEDOM, OUR SENSE OF IT, COMES FROM THOMAS JEFFERSON.))
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Boiling down Jefferson's lifetime of accomplishments into a three- hour film wasn't easy.
The more controversial topics, like Jefferson's approach to slavery, are examined from a broader perspective.
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((KEN BURNS: AND SO THE PORTRAIT THAT WE'VE TRIED TO TELL IS BY NO MEANS REVISIONIST, IT ATTEMPTS TO SORT OF MEASURE THOMAS JEFFERSON'S LIFE IN ALL ITS COMPLEXITIES.))
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((Ken Burns says he tried to portray Thomas Jefferson as a mortal man, something that may not sit well with some residents of central Virginia, where Jefferson is accorded an almost god-like status. Even still, Monticello officials granted Burns unlimited access to make his film, figuring that a project like this can only generate even more interest in Jefferson and Virginia history.))
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((DAN JORDAN/MONTICELLO: THIS IS KEN'S FILM, IT'S NOT OURS, IT'S A PERSONAL ESSAY BUT HE'S TRIED VERY HARD, I THINK, TO REFLECT THE COMPLEXITY OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, THE GREATER TRIUMPHS AS WELL AS THE SADNESS AND THE TRAGEDIES. IT'S A ROUNDED PORTRAIT.))
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And one that's already received some acclaim.
Burns gave President Clinton a sneak preview Tuesday night...the rest of the nation can see it on PBS beginning February 18th.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Charlottesville.))

State-Song


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"Carry Me Back To Old Virginia" is one step closer to retirement -- withOUT any plans to find a successor.
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((SEN. LOUISE LUCAS/D-PORTSMOUTH: AND WE'VE TALKED ABOUT THE LANGUAGE. BUT I THINK FOR SOME OF YOU IT'S BEEN SOME TIME SINCE YOU'VE HEARD THIS SONG. AND I'D LIKE TO PLAY IT FOR YOU NOW.))
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((SONG: THERE'S WHERE I LABORED SO HARD FOR OLD MASSA. DAY AFTER DAY IN THE FIELDS OF YELLOW CORN.))
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Luca's sponsored the bill. Her boom box did the trick.
A House Committee voted to retire the song.
But it decided NOT to look for a new one.
Danville heritage supporters said their piece.
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((TONY LUNDY/SONG SUPPORTER: DOWN BY THE OLD DISMAL SWAMP WHERE I'VE WANDERED. THAT'S WHERE THIS OLD DARKEY'S LIFE WILL PASS AWAY. MASSA AND MISSUS HAVE LONG GONE BEFORE ME -- We know the words, we know the words! IT'S A SONG OF CHRISTIAN LOVE OF THESE PEOPLE DYING AND BEING IN HEAVEN TOGETHER, AND I WOULD SAY THAT THAT MORE THAN THE WORDS IS WHAT SOME PEOPLE MAY FIND OFFENSIVE. I DO NOT. I THINK IT'S A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR OUR CHILDREN TO SING TODAY.))
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((SEN. LUCAS: WE'RE SO TIRED OF THIS SONG THAT THAT WE WERE WILLING TO GET IN BED WITH A RATTLESNAKE TO GET IT TO BE GONE. NO YOU'RE NOT THE RATTLESNAKE. laughter.))
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The full House now takes up the controversy.
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, American airlines takes drastic steps in preparation for a pilots strike,
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And is using the cell phone while driving more dangerous than drinking and driving? We'll tell you what a new study says.
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American


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American Airlines is already cancelling some of its overseas flights Friday night- as a strike draws near.
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And more flights could come to a halt.
The union pilots have set a deadline for midnight Friday.
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((ROBERT CRANDALL/AMERICAN PRESIDENT: WE'VE OFFERED OUR PILOTS THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY. WE CONTINUE TO HOPE THEY'LL EITHER REACH AN AGREEMENT WITH US OR ACCEPT BINDING ARBITRATION.))
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American says if pilots walk out- it'll do its best to put travellers on other airlines.
Up to 90 thousand workers could be out of a job if the airline is grounded.
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Airline-Safety


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A long list of ways to make airline
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travel safer made its way to the President today.
The Air Safety commission recommends computerized screening of air travelers, background checks of airline employees and high tech airport security.
The commission also wants the air traffic control system overhauled and more money for research.
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((AL GORE: REAL PROGRESS IS BEING MADE AND AMERICAN TRAVELERS WILL BE MORE SECURE BECAUSE OF WORK OF THIS COMMISSION.))
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But some say checking passengers would lead to civil liberties violations against some people.
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((I DON'T THINK ITS FAIR I DON'T THINK IT'S FAIR. ... ENOUGH DELAYS ALREADY.))
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The commission's goal is to cut fatal airline accidents by 80 percent over ten years.
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cell-phones


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Talking on the phone while Driving can be just as dangerous as Drinking and Driving.
That's according to a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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national video
The study concludes using a cell phone while driving quadruples the risk of an accident.
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A manager for G-T-E Mobilnet says new customers receive notice about the hazards of cell phone usage when they sign up for a plan.
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((JOHN RODMAN/GTE MOBILNET GENERAL MANAGER: PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DRIVING CARS FOR ALMOST 100 YEARS NOW, AND THERE ARE CERTAINLY OTHER DISTRACTIONS THAT FOLKS CAN FACE WHEN THEY'RE OPERATING ))
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Rodman says changing the radio station, checking on kids in the back seat, and daydreaming may cause more accidents than cell phones.
A state police officer agrees driver inattention is dangerous.
He says drivers in our region do a good job of pulling off the road to use their phone, but that's NOT a great idea on the interstate.
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((VERN JONES/SALEM STATE POLICE: WE DON'T RECOMMEND THAT YOU STOP ON THAT PAVED SHOULDER, BECAUSE YOU ARE CREATING A HAZARD-- SOMEONE COULD RUN INTO THE BACK OF YOU. ))
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Sergeant Jones also says he seriously doubts talking on the phone can be as hazardous as drinking and driving.
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Coyner-Springs


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The Roanoke Juvenile Detention Home is no longer on probation.
Today, the Virginia Board of Juvenile Justice voted to re-certify the center.
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Members of the board toured the facility yesterday, and were expected to consider the issue at a meeting in March.
But this afternoon, the board agreed to certify the facility for one year. The city must deliver a status report after three months.
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The state placed the Coyner Springs facility on probation after inspectors found more than 30 violations of state standards.
But officials say they're impressed with improvements the city's made.

Jackson


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Is Michael Jackson a daddy or not?
Conflicting reports out of Los Angeles tonight.
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KNBC TV reports Jackson's wife, Debbie Rowe, gave birth to a baby boy.
But a source close to the hospital tells the Associated Press the child has not yet arrived.
Rowe has been admitted to Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
She's due this Friday.
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Stay with us, coming up next.
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in our series "Voices From The Past," we'll remember two deejays who proved that radio in Roanoke wasn't just a man's world.
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Today, almost every radio station in Virginia has a female disc jockey on staff.
But there was a time when women had trouble getting through the studio door.
Tonight, in our series "Voices From The Past," Ted Stone remembers two women who changed the sound of radio in Roanoke.
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((Local broadcasters tell us Roanoke's first female disc jockey was Chris Shannon at WBLU in 1969.
She had loyal listeners, but she also received hate mail from people who thought talking on the radio was a man's job.
Chris Shannon died of cancer while still in her 20s.
Female deejay number two arrived at WROV in 1976. By then, things were starting to change. ((LINDA SILVER/FORMER WROV DISC JOCKEY: SOME PEOPLE DIDN'T DEAL WITH IT VERY WELL. MOST PEOPLE DEALT WITH IT JUST FINE. BECAUSE I HAD TO WORK TWICE AS HARD AS THE OTHER GUYS DID. AND I DID. BECAUSE I WANTED IT SO MUCH.))
At WROV, where the staff included Bart Prater and Rob O'Brady, she found what she wanted. ((LINDA SILVER: I WAS JUST SO HAPPY TO BE THERE, DOING WHAT I WAS DOING. I DIDN'T CARE. IT WAS SUCH A RUSH. I HAD SUCH A GREAT TIME.))
As with most deejays, Linda enjoyed creating a personality in the minds of her listeners. But radio's anonymity has its down side. ((LINDA SILVER: WHEN I WOULD MEET PEOPLE THEY WOULD SAY "OH, MY GOD, I WOULD THINK THAT YOU WERE TALL AND YOU WERE BLOND, AND YOU WERE THIS, AND YOU WERE THAT," AND IT'S LIKE "SORRY, I'LL GO HIDE IN MY CONTROL ROOM NOW. AND CREATE THE ILLUSION."))
Today, Linda is Music Director at WDBZ F-M in New York City. Say goodby to another illusion; SHE's the one who controls what the deejays play. ((LINDA SILVER: SOME PEOPLE ARE STILL UNDER THE FANTASY THAT DISC JOCKEYS JUST SIT IN A ROOM AND DECIDE "I'M GOING TO PLAY THIS OR I'M GOING TO PLAY THAT." AND UNFORTUNATELY, IT'S MUCH MORE SCIENTIFIC NOW. WE DO A LOT OF RESEARCH, AND IT'S ALL DONE FOR THEM. THEY HAVE A LITTLE MUSIC LOG, THAT AT MY STATION I PRODUCE, AND THEY HAVE NO CHOICE.))
As for the future, Linda says she'd eventually like to move to another previously all-male part of a radio station: the Station Manager's office.
Ted Stone, News 7.))
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Next-Voices


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Tomorrow night, we'll meet a radio personality who was "discovered" by federal agents, and find out what he'd do to impress one of HIS favorite deejays.
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That's tomorrow night in "Voices From The Past," here on News 7.
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S-Express


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The Roanoke Express rallied for five goals to tie it but Charlotte scored a goal in the closing minutes of the third to beat the Express 6 to 5.
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We pick the action up late in the second period with the express trailing 5 to nothing. Then Dave Stewart skates inside the blue line and fires the slap shot for the score to make it 5 to 1 Checkers.
Then just 12 seconds later Wayne Strachan wins the face off and during a pile up in front of the goal he scores to make it 5 to 2.
Then in the third quarter Jeff Jablonski gets the deflected shot while diving in the crease and scores the goal and the Express trailed 5 to 3.
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fourth period close to the goal Ilya Dubkov picks up the lose puck and scores to make it 5 to 4 but the Express loses it 6 to 5.
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S-Daytona


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The Final practice was held yesterday at Daytona as the Winston Cup Drivers prepared for today's Gatorade qualifying races.
Mike Stevens has more on the final practice and some news about an old friend.
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That's it for Sports. Have a great day everybody

S-Wake


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Wake Forest got a double double from Tim Duncan last night and Beat the Clemson Tigers 55 to 49.
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The Nature Boy Ric Flair was the guest coach of the Deacons in the A-C-C contest.
In the first half, Greg Buckner hits the jumper and the tigers took the 11 to 7 lead.
But Wake Rallied. Tim Duncan gets it inside for the easy jam and the Deacons led 21 to 17.
The Deacons went at the half leading 24 to 21 when Goolsby pulled up and nailed this three pointer.
Wake opened it up early in the first half again Goolsby hits the three pointer to make it 35 to 28.
Clemson scored its first field goal 9 minutes into the game but this Terrell McIntyre three pointer gave the tigers a 38 to 37 lead.
But Wake Forest came back Ricky SUPER=33-Wake

Forest/55/Clemson/49/;Peral hits the three pointer upping the lead to four and The Deacons win it 55 to 49.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, Steve Mason checks in tonight with Hometown Hoops.
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And Wake Forest holds on to the top spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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S-Scores


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Plenty of college basketball action tonight for those scores lets go to the boards.
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S-Hoops


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Shifting gears to basketball back in Southwest Virginia...here's Steve Mason with the latest edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((Until this year, Highland's claim to fame was the longest documented losing streak in Virginia High School history. The Rams are currently 14 and 3 and the Pioneer district's 2nd place team thanks to a guard/center combination. ((:))
10 and 7 Bath County success mainly falls on Pioneer leading scorer Adam Grist who is averaging over 20 a game. ((RICHARD:))
George Wythe is on track to successfully defend it's Hogoheegee district title, currently holding down first place. ((COPENHAVER:))
6'5" center Brian Barnes is the 17 and 3 Maroons top scorer.
Point guard Justin Bourne's 11 points, 6 assists and 3 steals has also been key. ((STEVE MASON:))
Floyd County and Parry McCluer recently lost. Magna Vista is 7th, but Martinsville has tied for the Piedmont district lead. In girls, 17 and 1 Pulaski County, is a perfect 7 and OH in the Roanoke Valley District. 4 seniors lead a deep squad. ((:))
Congratulations to the William Fleming Lady Colonels who recognized their seniors last night, Steve Mason, Hometown Hoops Weekly.))
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Doughnuts


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New York's upscale restaurants have discovered a new taste sensation...the doughnut.
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What's new about these doughnuts? apparently the presentation AND the price tag.
One restaurant is serving these trendy pastries with home made jams laced with liquors. They're called Drunkin' Donuts and they cost eight dollars.
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((WE'VE BROUGHT SIMPLE HOMEMADE DESSERTS UP ANOTHER NOTCH AND ITS BEEN VERY WELL RECEIVED, OUR CLASSICS ARE FANTASTIC. A DONUT FOR SEVEN OR EIGHT DOLLARS? MUST BE A PRETTY FANCY DONUT. I THINK THAT'S PRETTY OUTRAGEOUS TO PAY THAT FOR A DONUT))
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Meanwhile a Southern favorite is taking the Big Apple by storm.
Krispy Kreme donuts hit the city six months ago and the shops can't make enough of them.
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Krispy Kreme has been availible in southern states since the 1930's. (----------------)