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ANCHOR=Keith

A Roanoke councilman who voted with the majority to give himself a pay raise now says he was wrong.
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Coming up on NEWS-7 at SIX, we'll hear from Jack Parrott, tell you what the Mayor's doing about it, too.
And visit an exclusive club with a pool and the endorsement of the Governor... on the grounds of the state capitol.
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Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, cleats are in the news again, this time on the golf course.
Reggie Miller's house burns to the ground today in Indiana, Jeff Gordon teams up with T-rex
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and the NBA lowers the boom on the Heat and Knicks - suspending six players for their roles in last night's fight.
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Another bout of gust northwest winds tonight. Things should settle down by the weekend.

council-pay


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6 pm
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-19
GRAPHIC=Jack Parrott


He voted for it, but now a Roanoke city council member has changed his mind about a sizeable pay raise.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Council member Jack Parrott says lawmakers should re-think the 14-percent hike they approved Monday night.
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((I WAS WRONG. PEOPLE HAVE NOT FELT THAT THAT WAS A GOOD THING AND MY REASON FOR ADVOCATING A RECONSIDERATION IS BECAUSE I THINK THIS IS GOING TO DIVIDE THE CITY.))
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Mayor David Bowers, whose 28-percent pay hike was also approved, weighed in on the debate.
Bowers says council should take a closer look at the pay for council, the mayor, AND Roanoke's top administrators.
Bowers refused to be interviewed on camera but he issued a written statement maintaining his support for the salary increases. pre-pro here
The Mayor says council didn't do a good job of explaining the issue to the public.
Bowers will have more to say on the issue at a news conference tomorrow.
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Bank-Robbery


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-27
GRAPHIC=Bank Robbery


A bank robbery in Wytheville this afternoon has police searching for a suspect.
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SUPER=03-Wytheville;


It happened at the East Main Street branch of Premier Bank.
Police say a man showed a teller a note demanding cash.
She handed over a bank bag filled with money, and the robber drove off in a dark gray, four- door Mazda.
The car was believed to have been last seen heading north on interstate 81.
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Road-Projects


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#97-22
GRAPHIC=Smart Road


A company from Augusta County will be building the first section of the "Smart Road."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-File Tape;


The state awarded a 17-million dollar contract today to Vecellio
(veh-SILL-ee-oh) and Grogan of Fishersville.


That's for the first two-mile stretch of the six-mile Smart highway in Montgomery County.
The project is designed to test technology that improves highway safety and traffic flow.
Opponents to the Smart Road say more study is needed on the project's environmental impact.
State officials couldn't say when construction would start.
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Democrats


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-26
GRAPHIC=Virginia Democrats


Virginia's Democratic Party has laid off half its staff.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


But party officials say it's NOT financial trouble.
SUPER=04-Saturday;


It's just an effort to NOT duplicate jobs being performed by the new "coordinated campaign" of Beyer, Payne, and Dolan, and the House Democratic Caucus.
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((JUDY NAPIER/VA. DEMOCRATIC PARTY: WE'RE ALL GOING AFTER PRETTY MUCH THE SAME DOLLAR. AND WE'RE CONSOLIDATING TO MAKE SURE THAT THE BEST DOLLAR GETS RAISED AND THE MOST DOLLARS GET RAISED, AND GO TO WHERE THE EFFORT IS MOST NEEDED. AND THAT IS TO ELECT OUR TICKET.))
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TALENT=Keith
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The Republican Party of Virginia says it shows the Democratic message isn't ringing true with donors.
But the Republicans are themselves still 18- thousand dollars in debt from financial trouble two years ago.

Dolan


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-20
GRAPHIC=None


More trouble at a Southwest Virginia interstate rest area--this time a robbery on I- 77 in Bland County.
No one was hurt, and the suspect got away.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski;


Campaigning in Pulaski this morning, attorney general candidate Bill Dolan warned against knee- jerk reactions in an effort to improve rest stop security.
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((BILL DOLAN/(D) ATTORNEY GENERAL CANDIDATE: AND WE'RE GONNA DO WHATEVER IS NECESSARY TO MAKE SURE THAT PEOPLE ARE SAFE WHEN THEY STOP, BUT WE'RE NOT GONNA DO IT WITH SNAPPY, LET'S PUT IN A MCDONALDS AND EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE. ))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./April 30;


A Roanoke man, Estel Singleton, was shot to death at the Ironto rest stop two weeks ago. Candidate Dolan says he would want to hear ideas from state police on better security measures.
Dolan says he's doubtful that privatizing the rest areas, as republican Jerry Kilgore has suggested, would be a viable solution.
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St-Clair


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-25
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-Last Month;


An apparent ideological split among Campbell County Republicans has cost the party its leading candidate to replace Delegate Joyce Crouch.
One month after he indicated he might run, Lynchburg optometrist Dr. Gary St. Clair now says he WON'T.
St. Clair says it didn't appear a conservative faction in the party would support his candidacy, and rather than split the party, he's dropping out.
Dry cleaner Ron Buchanan is the only Republican to officially announce his bid.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Still to come on News 7 at Six-- it won't be the same high school this fall in Danville. We continue our series "Raising the Bar: Virginia's Schools" with Teresa Hamilton's report on a new approach to learning and teaching.
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and from Richmond--it's just nuts, what some folks are fighting about-- and some "squirrelly" Capitol Square residents are at the center of it all.
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4-Education


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-30
GRAPHIC=Raising the Bar


Keeping kids motivated to learn is a challenge many parents and teachers face.
This fall, the Danville school system will try a new approach with its high school students.
Double Boxes=Keith and Teresa/Microwave


Teresa Hamilton is in our Danville newsroom with part four of our series "Raising the Bar-- Virginia's Schools".
Live=Teresa Full/Microwave
SUPER=@Teresa1;
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Keith, teachers and administrators believe this new approach will pay off in a number of ways-- higher test scores and a lower absentee and drop out rate. **TAKE FULLSCREEN LIVE "Raising the Bar"**
The idea is to focus learning around a student's particular area of interest.
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Superintendent Andy Overstreet speaks openly about students' lack of interest.
Teachers struggle to keep teenagers motivated, but the school system's absentee rate indicates something isn't working.
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((ANDY OVERSTREET/DANVILLE SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT:WE HAD OVER A HUNDRED THOUSAND CUMULATIVE, A HUNDRED THOUSAND STUDENT ABSENTEE DAYS LAST YEAR, THAT'S FOR A SCHOOL SYSTEM OF ROUGHLY EIGHT- THOUSAND STUDENTS. THAT'S OVER AN AVERAGE OF 12- DAYS PER STUDENT, THAT'S NOT A GOOD WORK ETHIC. ))
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Those figures, coupled with Danville's high drop out rate, convinced Overstreet to consider changes.
Teachers and administrators have worked together to establish "focus schools".
This fall-- a separate high school on a satellite campus will open-- where the approach to teaching and learning will center on different themes.
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((EMILY HEFFNER/FOCUS SCHOOL STUDENT:THE SCHOOL I'M GOING TO IS GOING TO HAVE LOTS OF ADVANCED CLASSES AND IT'S JUST GOING TO MAINLY GO INTO THE OLD FASHIONED THINGS SUCH AS LITERATURE AND THINGS SUCH AS THAT.))
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Emily's Focus school is one of FOUR programs being offered.
Other choices include--a business-oriented curriculum.
There's also a "Global Village School" where classes will take on an international theme.
Sandra Turner chose the "Arts and Technology" focus program.
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((SANDRA TURNER/FOCUS SCHOOL STUDENT:WHEN WE WENT TO A MEETING ABOUT IT, THEY SAID THAT WE WOULD BE GOING ON THE INTERNET AND TALKING PEOPLE ALL AROUND THE WORLD, LIKE IN SPANISH CLASS, WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO TALK TO PEOPLE IN SPAIN AN THAT REALLY GOT MY EYE. ))
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Smaller class size is another thing that sparked the students' interest.
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((MANCHELLE GORDON/FOCUS SCHOOL STUDENT:THAT WAY THE TEACHER IS MORE ATTENTIVE TO ONE STUDENT, AND IF YOU HAVE INDIVIDUAL QUESTION YOU'LL BE ABLE TO GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED. ))
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((MACLYN SLACK/FOCUS SCHOOL TEACHER: WE'LL GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER, THE STUDENTS WILL HAVE THE SAME TEACHERS FROM YEAR TO YEAR AND WE'LL BE ABLE TO KNOW WHAT OUR STUDENTS NEED SPECIFICALLY AND WHAT WE CAN DO FOR THEM. ))
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Live=Teresa Full/Microwave
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GW is of course, the main Danville high school, and the students enrolled in the Focus Schools will be able to participate in extra- curricular activities there, such as sports.
So Focus Schools are one way to get students tuned in.
The lure of cyberspace is another.
Double Boxes=Teresa and Ellen/Microwave


Ellen Qualls is in Richmond with a preview.
Live=Ellen Full
SUPER=@Ellen1;
SUPER=05-Richmond;


Teresa, we asked some educators what's THE most exciting thing going on Virginia schools right now.
They say setting new goals for 21st century learning on computers, CD-rom libraries, and the Internet.
That's the final segment of our "Raising the Bar" series.
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((ASHLEY BROWN/PETERSBURG 5TH GRADER: I WOULD LIKE TO GET ON THE INTERNET TO SEE--TO PULL UP INFORMATION ON OTHER THINGS INSTEAD OF ALWAYS USING THE ENCYCLOPEDIA. BECAUSE I DON'T HAVE A COMPUTER OF MY OWN.))
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OUT Q=of my own.
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VO-NAT


Some Virginia students are full speed ahead on the information superhighway.
And some don't yet have a computer in their classroom because they don't even have air conditioning.
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Live=Ellen Full
SUPER=05-Richmond;


But there's real excitement about computers in the classroom NO matter where you are in this state.
Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/Microwave


That's coming up tomorrow night on NEWS 7 at SIX.

Bedford-Dare


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-21
GRAPHIC=Education


They got their faces painted, they watched a helicopter take off and, best of all, they got the day off from school.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford


That was the reward for 900 fifth grade students in Bedford County who have completed 17 weeks of DARE training in their schools.
The county's law enforcement and emergency personnel put on an open house of sorts at Liberty Lake Park.
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SOT 22:47:06
IN Q=We don't only

((DEPUTY JAMIE WATSON/BEDFORD CO. DARE OFFICER: WE DON'T ONLY WANT TO FOCUS ON LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE SCHOOLS. THEY'RE FAMILIAR WITH US, THEY FEEL A LOT MORE COMFORTABLE COMING TO US WITH THINGS NOW. BUT WE ALSO WANT THEM TO UNDERSTAND THAT STAYING DRUG- FREE AND ALCOHOL FREE THEY CAN DO WHATEVER THEY PUT THEIR MINDS TO AND THIS GIVES THEM AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEE HANDS ON WHAT THEY CAN BE INVOLVED IN.))
SUPER=01-Deputy Jamie Watson/Bedford Co. DARE Officer; :00
RUNS=:22
OUT Q=can be involved in.
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VO-NAT


For the future NASCAR drivers in the crowd, Dale Earnhardt's Number 3 car also was on display.
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Stocks


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

A 47 point gain pushed the Dow to a record close today--73 hundred 34. NASDAQ climbed 18 points.
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Squirrel-Ladder


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-24
GRAPHIC=None


Governor George Allen's NOT a member -- but he's endorsed an exclusive country club in Richmond.
And the controversy's got Capitol Square going nuts.
The club is, after all, for squirrels.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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SUPER=01-Judy Lipscomb/Squirrel Observer; :31
SUPER=01-Linda Taylor/Squirrel Observer; :38
SUPER=29-State Worker; :54
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(( We can all understand.
After a big meal, you really need something to wash it all down with.
But for the squirrels of Capitol Square, the newly renovated fountain became a daunting death trap.
Until... Department of General Services workers stepped in with a solution -- a creative solution.
In fact, what they named the Squirrel Country Club was a little TOO creative for their boss.
SOT 02:54:57 TAPE ONE

((DON WILLIAMS/GENERAL SERVICES DIRECTOR: I'D SAY THAT MORE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN PAUSING BY THE FOUNTAIN AND PAYING ATTENTION THAN THEY HAVE IN THE PAST.))
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((JUDY LIPSCOMB/SQUIRREL OBSERVER: IF WE DIDN'T DO IT, I GUESS WE'D EITHER A) COME OUT HERE AND SEE A BUNCH OF DEAD SQUIRRELS FLOATING IN THE WATER, OR B) THE NEXT THING IS WE'D CUT THE WATER OFF.))
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((LINDA TAYLOR/SQUIRREL OBSERVER: I MEAN THE WILDLIFE DOWN HERE IS FINE. AND LIKE I WAS JUST TELLING YOU A WHILE AGO, I'VE EATEN SQUIRREL. BUT I SHOOT 'EM DURING HUNTING SEASON.))
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So in the midst of the public scrutiny, the administration got a little squirrelly.
We were barred from talking to the workers who designed it on camera...so we're protecting one's identity. 04:07:44 ((STATE WORKER: THEY TOLD US TO TAKE IT UP AND PUT THE ROCKS DOWN AND EVERYBODY COME BY AND I SAID "WELL YOU BETTER LOOK AT IT GOOD BECAUSE IT'S GONE." AND THEY SAID "WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT'S GONE? AND I SAID "I'VE BEEN TOLD TO TAKE IT UP." "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT UP. THAT THING IS CUTE.))
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So in stepped Governor George Allen -- to fight for exclusive country club.
And his agency head's tone changed.
sot 02:54:11

((DON WILLIAMS/GENERAL SERVICES DIRECTOR: IT WAS MADE SOMEWHAT HASTILY BY THE FOLKS. BUT IT WAS A GREAT IDEA. WE INTEND ON KEEPING IT THERE.))
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Along with the 300 dollar rock apron Williams approved.
The original country club was free... made from scrap wood.
The squirrels must be hoping the controversy fades into the background so they can back to the nuts ...and bolts... of squirrel business.
Ellen Qualls, News 7 Richmond.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming your way tonight in sports, the NBA turns up the Heat on the fighters, Reggie Miller's house burns to the ground, Jeff Gordon gets prehistoric for the Winston,
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and Roy Stanley checks in from the Homestead where golfers are walking softly and carrying a big stick this week.
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S-Brawl


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-27
GRAPHIC=NBA PLAYOFFS


The Miami Heat and New York Knicks series was billed as the brawl on Broadway.
It took the two teams five games to live up to that billing.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Miami, FL/TNT; :00


Late in the game, watch the Heat's P.J.Brown and the bottom of the screen, flip Charlie Ward out of bounds with a flagrant foul.
Both benches emptied and tonight the league has suspended a total of six players.
The Heat's Brown has been kicked out for two games, which means the rest of this series.
The Knicks lose five players for one game. Pat Ewing, Charlie Ward, Allan Houston, Larry Johnson and John Starks were all suspended for one game.
Since NBA rules require teams to dress nine players for playoff games, only three Knicks will sit out game six tomorrow, Ward, Ewing and Houston.
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S-Fire


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


The Knicks-Heat controversy is nothing compared to the tragedy involving Reggie Miller tonight.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Fishers, IN;


The Indiana Pacers' star was called to his home today after authorities discovered a massive fire at his mansion along this lake in Fishers, Indiana.
Miller and his wife were renovating the home and were not in the house at the time of the fire.
When Miller arrived 70 percent of the house was already destroyed.
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S-Cleats


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-7
GRAPHIC=Golf Logo


The NCAA east regional golf championships opened today at the Cascades course in Hot Springs, but one thing missing was the sound of clicking spikes around the clubhouse.
Roy Stanley tells us how the NCAA has gone soft.
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((For over a year now, College players have been using the soft spikes.
And They're attracting a lot of attention at private and public golf courses.)) ((WAYNE NOOE/:HOMESTEAD DIRECTOR OF GOLF: ))
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((120 golfers are competing in the N-C-Double-A East Regional at the Cascades course in Hot Springs.
That much traffic on the greens makes them pretty rough for the afternoon rounds.
The purpose of the soft Spike rule is to keep the greens as smooth in the afternoon as they are in the morning rounds.)) ((JAY HARDWICK/VIRGINIA TECH GOLF COACH: )) ((MIKE MORAYHAN/VIRGINIA GOLF COACH: )) ((ROY STANDUP: )) ((JOHN ROLLINS/VCU GOLFER: )) ((V-C-U is one of 23 teams competing in the East Regional this weekend.
Roy Stanley news 7 sports.))
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S-Holliday


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-2
GRAPHIC=Don Holliday


Closer to home, Northside Golfer Josh Mattox is the winner of the 1997 Don Holliday Scholarship.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Mattox, captain of the Viking golf team, was all Region three and second team Metro.
He also has a 3 point 29 grade point average that puts him 36-th out of 255 class members.
Mattox will continue his education at Roanoke College.
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S-Gordon


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-36
GRAPHIC=CHARLOTTE


The Winston all-star race will hold qualifying tomorrow night under the lights at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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SUPER=03-Concord, NC; :00


This afternoon, Jeff Gordon unveiled his new car for the race.
It's painted up to promote the new Jurassic Park movie and theme park ride.
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