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1-News-Head

ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX: What it means for the College of Health Sciences NOT to get funding from Richmond.
Pink slips at Shorewood Transport.
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VO-NAT


And the short line that leads to Saltville gets a new lease on life thanks to an auto dealer from Roanoke.
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Sports-head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, some area college hoopsters are picking up national honors tonight, Steve Mason has a good old fashioned sit down chat with Frank Anzalone as the Express prepares for its final three games of the season.
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The trade involving the Braves and Indians was so big today they had to help Dave Justice off the field.
That's an exaggeration, but the fact that he's leaving the Braves for Cleveland is not.
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TALENT=Patrick
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A line of strong showers will cross the region tonight, and by tomorrow we'll see those warmer temperatures we SHOULD have seen today. Your complete forecast coming up.

Health-Sciences


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=jda
TAPE#97-14
GRAPHIC=Education


The financial struggle continues for Roanoke's College of Health Sciences.
SS=George Allen


For the second year in a row, Governor Allen has vetoed a 700- thousand dollar appropriation for the school.
Double Boxes=Keith and Joe/Microwave


The College is NOT in danger of closing, but Joe Dashiell reports students and faculty will feel the failure to win state funding.
Live=Joe Full/Microwave
SUPER=@Joe1;
SUPER=05-Roanoke;


Keith, the governor's decision wasn't a big surprise. After all, the same thing happened a year ago, but it was a disappointment.
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IN Q=Already facing the loss
SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape; :00
SUPER=01-Harry Nickens/College of Health Sciences President; :16
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OUT Q=we need to grow programs.



((Already facing the loss of funding from Carilion Health System, the school was looking to the state for some transitional support.
A close association with community hospital survives, and the governor's decision will not shut down the school, but President Harry Nickens says the college will miss that money.
SOT 13:52:22
IN Q=The College continues if you will

((HARRY NICKENS/COLLEGE PRESIDENT: THE COLLEGE CONTINUES IF YOU WILL TO STRUGGLE RELATIVE TO OUR FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES. WE NEED TO GIVE EMPLOYEE RAISES WHICH THEY DID NOT GET THIS YEAR. WE NEED TO ADD POSITIONS. WE NEED TO GROW PROGRAMS.))
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OUT Q=need to grow programs.
Live=Joe Full/Microwave
SUPER=05-Roanoke;
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Double Boxes=Keith and Joe/Microwave




Shorewood


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-15
GRAPHIC=None


It appears 90 people at a Roanoke distribution company will lose their jobs.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Employees at Shorewood Transport began receiving photocopied letters today, explaining how their last day at work will be May 26th.
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SOT 05:23:40
IN Q=We're

((STANLEY SMITH/SHOREWOOD TRANSPORT EMPLOYEE: WE'RE ALL UPSET I JUST WISH THERE'S SOMETHING WE COULD DO ABOUT IT. WE OFFERED CONCESSIONS AT ONE TIME AT THE FIRST MEETING AND THAT WASN'T ANY GOOD. I THINK THEY JUST WANTED TO GET RID OF THE TRANSPORT PART, IT WAS LOSING MONEY, THAT'S WHAT WE WERE TOLD.))
SUPER=01-Stanley Smith/Shorewood Transport Employee;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=what we were told.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Shorewood Transport is a subsidiary of Shorewood Packaging, which makes compact disk covers.
The New York based company will keep operating a small manufacturing facility it has next to its truck terminal in Roanoke.
There's no word on how many people work there.
No one with the company could be reached for comment.
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VA-Lottery


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-13
GRAPHIC=Virginia Lottery


Some local lawmakers say the state lottery's plan for a new game is a losing ticket for Southwest Virginia.
The game would be launched on a nine- month trial basis to see if it could help pay for a new baseball stadium in NORTHERN Virginia.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Blacksburg Delegate Jim Shuler says earmarking the proceeds for a stadium would take money away from students.
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SOT 6:56:11
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((DEL. JIM SHULER/D-BLACKSBURG: THE LOTTERY HAS LEVELED OFF. WE'RE AT ABOUT A PROFIT OF ABOUT 325 MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR NOW AND WE LOOK FOR IT IN THE FUTURE TO GO DOWN. THIS IS MONEY THAT'S GOING FOR EDUCATION. IF YOU PUT ANOTHER NEW GAME IN THEN IT DRAWS OFF FROM THE EDUCATIONAL FUNDS. ))
SUPER=@Shuler;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=educational funds.
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VO-NAT


The tickets aren't due to go on sale until April of next year.
The game would need to raise 14 million dollars of the 27 million needed annually to finance the stadium.
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Bad-Meat


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-9
GRAPHIC=None


The owner of a Martinsville grocery store is in trouble for allegedly re-selling beef and poultry from other stores.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Martinsville;


Yesterday, authorities started confiscating 800- pounds of meat from "Community Market" on Fayette Street.
Re-selling meat from another store is a violation of state code.
The Martinsville police department began investigating after a citizen complained.
Authorities say most of the confiscated meat is outdated.
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SUPER=01-Lt. Burt Sharp/Martinsville Police Dept.; :00
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=state law.
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VO-NAT


The meat was taken to the city landfill.
The owner of "Community Market" declined to comment on camera but says the meat is stored in freezers and is NOT spoiled.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at 6-- a college course teaches students how to build a race car--and now they'll get the chance to put their class project to the test.
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and work being done on the tracks in Saltville signals the re-birth of a rail line.
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Presbyterians


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-2
GRAPHIC=None


It may be the first time a religious denomination has written a law directed toward homosexuals and their participation in the church.
The PRESBYTERIAN church recently ratified an amendment that prevents gays from holding any church office.
Kimberly McBroom has reaction.
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SUPER=01-William Rethford/Metropolitan Community Church; :49
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OUT Q=McBroom, News 7

(( Like the U-S government, the Presbyterian Church follows its own constitution-- The Book of Order.
Church officials recently ratified an amendment requiring the chastity of all SINGLE ministers.
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SOT 9:23:15

((REV. TUPPER GARDEN/RALEIGH COURT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: THE ORIENTATION OF A PERSON, LET'S SAY-- A PERSON'S HOMOSEXUAL ORIENTATION IS NOT CONDEMNED BY THE CHURCH. WHAT IS CONDEMNED IS ANY SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP OUTSIDE OF ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN IN THE COVENANT RELATIONSHIP OF MARRIAGE. ))
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Reverend Garden emphasizes the rule also applies to HETEROSEXUALS, and is NOT meant to single out gays.
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SOT STANDUP TAPE 12:00:38

((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: REVEREND GARDEN SAYS CHANGES IN SOCIETY OVER THE LAST FEW DECADES HAVE LED MOST MAINSTREAM DENOMINATIONS TO RE- EVALUATE THE ISSUE OF SEXUAL MORALITY-- BUT NOT ALL CHURCHES ARE TAKING A SIMILAR STANCE WITH REGARD TO HOMOSEXUALS. ))
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SOT 9:15:15

((WILLIAM RETHFORD/METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH: ALL THE THINGS THAT OUR LIVING CHRIST EVER SAID ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY-- ZIP, ZERO, NOTHING.))
RUNS=:09


William Rethford is the pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge, and estimates 85- percent of his congregation is gay.
Rethford believes one's SEXUALITY does not determine one's SPIRITUALITY-- and disagrees with the new Presbyterian law.
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SOT 9:13:31

((RETHFORD: I'M NOT OFFENDED BY IT. I'M DISAPPOINTED BY IT. I THINK ULTIMATELY, THERE'S GOING TO BE REACTION IN THE CHURCH. ))
RUNS=:06
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SOT 9:28:15

((GARDEN: I HOPE THAT THE CURRENT STRIDENT NATURE OF THE DEBATE AND THE HURT FEELINGS ALL AROUND WILL BE A PASSING THING. ))
RUNS=:13


Garden and Rethford may disagree on the religious implications of homosexuality-- but both say they want their congregations to be open communities of acceptance.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7.))

AG-Candidates


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-17
GRAPHIC=Election 97


Any advantage could help in the state's most crowded race this year.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


So two of the four Republicans running for attorney general showed up at the first possible moment today to turn in petitions to get on the ballot.
Because of the tie, a coin toss will eventually decide whose name goes at the top of the ballot.
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SOT 11:12:39
IN Q=Make no

((SEN. KEN STOLLE/(R) CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GEN.: MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT. THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE IN THIS RACE IS PROTECTING OUR FAMILIES AND THE CITIZENS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA.))
SOT 12:06:58

((GIL DAVIS(R) CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GEN.: I'VE PROSECUTED MORE VIOLENT CRIMINAL FELONS AND OBTAINED MORE CONVICTIONS THAN ALL OF THE OTHER CANDIDATES COMBINED. I AM THE MOST QUALIFIED CANDIDATE TO SERVE AS VIRGINIA'S NEXT ATTORNEY GENERAL.))
SUPER=@Stolle;
SUPER=01-Gil Davis/(R) Candidate for Attorney Gen.; :09
RUNS=:22
OUT Q=attorney general.
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VO-NAT


Former Virginia Beach police officer and state senator Ken Stolle (STAH-lee) proclaimed himself the front-runner.
So did Fairfax- based attorney Gil Davis -- who counts heavy northern Virginia turnout in primaries as an advantage.
SUPER=@file;


Southwest Virginian and former Allen cabinet secretary Jerry Kilgore and Chesapeake state senator Mark Earley have NOT yet turned in their ballot petitions.
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Racing-Course


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-5
GRAPHIC=Education


Students enrolled in Danville Community College's automotive programs are in victory lane.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


The owner of "Colonial Homes" in Riverdale is donating a 1955 Ford Truck to the school's automotive program.
The truck will be sold this summer with all proceeds going back to the school.
Students will use the money to build a race car.
Local drivers say it's a wonderful opportunity.
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SOT
IN Q=It's really

((STEVE STALLINGS/SOUTH BOSTON SPEEDWAY DRIVER:IT'S REALLY A BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE AROUND. I HAD SOME YOUNGER GUYS HELPING ME ON MY CREW THAT GO TO SCHOOL OVER HERE AT DCC AND WITH DCC AND THE MACHINE SHOP AND THE AUTOMOTIVE SHOP ALL OF IT KIND OF GOES HAND IN HAND AND REALLY MY BEST HELPERS COME FROM OVER HERE. ))
SUPER=01-Steve Stallings/South Boston Speedway Driver; :00
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=over here.
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VO-NAT


The student-built car will race at the South Boston Speedway before it's eventually sold.
Part of the money raised will be used for scholarships.
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE

The stock market was mixed today, following the Federal Reserve Board's decision to raise short-term interest rates.
The Dow LOST 29 points. NASDAQ GAINED five points.
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Saltville-RR


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6PM
WRITER=TST
TAPE#97-10
GRAPHIC=None


It isn't every day a new railroad comes into being.
But that's what's happening in far southwest Virginia. And a familiar name in transportation from the Roanoke Valley is behind the project.
Ted Stone explains.
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SUPER=01-John E.B. Clark/Saltville Town Manager; 1:06
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SUPER=01-Chris Helmer/Railroad Supervisor; 1:32
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((
The railroad that used to link the town of Saltville with the Norfolk Southern main line was once one of the busiest short lines in the nation.
N-S abandoned the route in in 1984, and gave the tracks to the town. Nothing has rolled on these rails in years. Not until last week, that is.
((NATSOT car))


A crew is now clearing the roadbed, as the first step in re-opening the line as a new freight railroad.
((NATSOT saw))


The workman heaving brush would be the owner of the new company.
He's Bill Pinkerton -- the same Bill Pinkerton who owns the big Chevrolet-Geo dealership near Salem.
His family has owned short-line railroads for decades.
SOT

((BILL PINKERTON/RAILROAD ENTREPRENEUR: IT WOULD BE A FUN BUSINESS, BUT THE CAR BUSINESS IS FUN TOO. AND THERE'S NO SENSE IN DOING SOMETHING THAT YOU DON'T ENJOY. AND I ENJOY THE CAR BUSINESS AND I ENJOY THE RAILROAD BUSINESS.))
He's not quite in the railroad business yet. Pinkerton still has to wrap up a deal to buy the line from the town. The land alone will cost him about 200- thousand dollars. But the fact that his crew is already working on the tracks shows the negotiations are on track as well.
SOT

((JOHN E.B. CLARK/SALTVILLE TOWN MANAGER: WITH US BEING EIGHT MILES OFF INTERSTATE AND NO DIRECT ACCESS BY FOUR- LANE TO INTERSTATE, THIS WOULD BE AN UNBELIEVABLE, GREAT THING FOR ECONOMIC VITALITY AND CONTINUITY. WE'RE EXTREMELY EXCITED.))
Pinkerton's first challenge is to get get the foliage under control, before the tracks are completely overgrown. Standup ((Ted Stone/News 7: THEN THERE'S THE PROBLEM OF CAVE- INS. THERE ARE LIMESTONE CAVERNS UNDERNEATH THIS AREA, AND THEY MAY RUN UNDER THE TRACKS. NOBODY KNOWS FOR SURE.))
SOT

((CHRIS HELMER/RAILROAD SUPERVISOR: SO UNTIL WE GET SOME REAL STUDIES DONE TO FIND OUT HOW STABLE THE EARTH IS, I DON'T WANT TO ROLL 120 TONS OF LOCOMOTIVE ACROSS IT.))
Pinkerton says if all the problems can be worked out, he could be hauling freight by early fall.
Ted Stone, News 7.))

Sports Tease


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


Coming up tonight in sports, a huge trade between the Braves and Indians takes place and Justice and Lofton are involved.
Plus, some area hoopsters are raking in postseason honors.
And Steve Mason has been chilling out today, as well.
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RUNS=:10
OUT Q=...sports is next!!
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S-Trade


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-24
GRAPHIC=TRADE/BRAVES-INDIANS


The Braves and Indians pulled off a whopper of a deal in the Major Leagues this afternoon, as four players swap teams.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-MLB; :00


Dave Justice leaves the Braves after 817 games with the team.
He is now 31 years old and he's coming off shoulder surgery that cut short his 1996 season. The Braves were anxious to get rid of him because of his $12 point 5 million dollar salary.
The Braves also give up 29 year old Marquis Grissom a four time gold glove award winner as a center fielder.
In return, the Braves pick up the best leadoff hitter in the American League, in Kenny Lofton.
The explosive center fielder has led the league in stolen bases each of the past years. His biggest drawback is that he becomes a free agent at the end of this upcoming season.
The Braves also get another left hander in the bullpen in the deal with pitcher Wayne Embry.
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((JOHN SCHUERHOLZ/BRAVES GENERAL MANAGER:))
SUPER=01-John Schuerholz/Braves General Manager; :00
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OUT Q=...this deal."
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=HOLD TRADE


Schuerholz says the deal has been in the works since the start of the winter.

S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-97
GRAPHIC=Express/Raleigh

All three of Roanoke's three remaining regular season games face off this weekend beginning with Raleigh Friday at the Round House.
Steve Mason caught up with Frank Anzalone today to discuss his resilient team. Steve
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SUPER=01-Frank Anzalone/Express Head Coach; :
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :
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OUT Q=...back to Mike in the studio"
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S-Walker


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-25
GRAPHIC=RADFORD


More good news tonight for the Radford University basketball team.
Last week Corey Reed was named an academic All-american, and tonight
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-1996-97 Season; :00


point guard Anthony Walker was picked to participate in the 45th annual Portsmouth invitational next month.
Only 64 college seniors in the nation are invited to play in this camp that is attended by scouts from every NBA and CBA teams, plus many from overseas.
Walker is the first Highlander in the 23 year history of the hoop program to earn an invitation to the event.
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S-Roanoke


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-26
GRAPHIC=Roanoke College


Two Roanoke College senior basketball players have also been honored this week.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem; :00


Senior guard Jason Bishop has been named a second team All-American. The Rye Cove product averaged over 17 points per game and broke the schools record for steals in a career with 239.
On the women's side; former Cave Spring star Amy Athey was named to the honorable mention All-American team. The ODAC player of the year averaged 17 points a game and scored over 1 thousand points in 4 years.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-28
GRAPHIC=TECH


And finally tonight, Virginia Tech athletic department is doing one of the best jobs in the nation's of keeping their women athletic programs on par with the men's.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00


According to a survey done by USA Today the Hokies rank 6th in the nation when it comes to compliance with the gentry equity Title IX legislation.
You folks with ties to VMI might be interested to know that the top three school's in compliance are the three service academies, Air Force, Navy and Army.
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Promo
ANCHOR=Keith
(toss to Jean)
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=afr
TAPE#Promo


The state board of education is trying to change Virginia's education standards.
Double Boxes=Keith and Jean/Newsroom


It happens every two years, but this time, Governor Allen's conservative appointees hold the majority on the board.
Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom-- are educators concerned about the changes?
Live=Jean Full/Newsroom
SUPER=@Jean1;


Keith,
Some members of the Virginia Education Association say they're afraid an increased emphasis
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on Math and Science would come at the cost of classes like art and music.
Tonight in Patrick County, Virginians will have their first chance to speak out on the plan.
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Talent=Jean Full/Newsroom


We'll have the story, plus all the latest news, weather, and sports tonight on News 7 at 11. Keith?
Talent=Keith


And for the region's first TEN O'clock newscast, Take Prime Time Board Fullscreen watch News-7 Prime Time on W-E-F-C.
It's on Channel 38 "over the air," and on a lot of cable systems--we're on Cable Channel 36 in Franklin County. And don't forget to tune in to News 7 at 11, right here on W-D-B-J. Talent=Keith