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1-News-head

ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
A free turkey dinner served in a most UN-likely setting....
The potential effects of deregulating the power companies.
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VO-NAT


And a whole lot of history crammed into one museum in Pearisburg.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Headline
GRAPHIC=NONE


In sports, The traditional Thanksgiving day N-F-L football games were played today And Barry Sanders celebrates with a record day in The Motor City.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And what to the Hokies and Cavaliers eat on thanksgiving Steve Mason will show you in sports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Patrick
SS=None


A perfect Holiday forecast, more great weather is on the way for the weekend. Stay tuned for all the details from the News 7 Weather Center.

77-Ax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=eea
TAPE#=97-92
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


A North Carolina woman died in a mutli-vehicle accident over- night on Interstate 77.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wythe Co./Last Night;


The four-vehicle wreck happened near the Poplar Camp exit.
State police say a tractor trailer was unable to stop for a traffic backup, and plowed into a car causing the wreck.
Investigators say Alma Gertrude Weeks of Durham died at the scene.
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Three-Dead


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


A mother and her two children were found dead in their home yesterday in Chesterfield County.
Police say 27-year old Rhonda Bush had been dead for a while.
Her two children ages two and one apparently died some time later of dehydration.
Police say they are treating the mother's death as a murder.

Red-Lobster


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-74
GRAPHIC=Thanksgiving


The Red Lobster restaurant in Christiansburg got into the Thanksgiving spirit today by turning away seafood lovers.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


Turkey was the only thing on the menu -- free for the less fortunate.
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SOT 13:26:03
IN Q=This is wonderful

((EVANGELINA ABALOS: THIS IS WONDERFUL. IT'S VERY GOOD.))
SUPER=07-Evangelina Abalos;
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OUT Q=it's very good
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VO-NAT


Only on Thanksgiving can turkeys be found in Red Lobster -- and several generations gathered for the feast.
Volunteers served food -- with a side helping of friendship .
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SOT 13:33:26
IN Q=If they're hungry

((CLARA SOWERS/VOLUNTEER: THEY'RE HUNGRY, THEY'RE LONELY. SO MANY TIMES IT'S NOT SIMPLY NOT HAVING THE FOOD. IT'S A MEAL EATEN ALONE IS A VERY UNTASTEFUL THING. SO SIMPLY COMING IN AND HAVING SOMEONE BE NICE TO YOU, TREAT YOU TO SOMETHING, MAKES THEM FEEL GOOD AND HELPS US.))
SUPER=01-Clara Sowers/Volunteer;
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=and helps us
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VO-NAT


And the children seemed to enjoy the turkey idea.
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Meals-Wheels


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-75
GRAPHIC=HOLD Thanksgiving


Local lawmakers are serving Thanksgiving dinner to the elderly.
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SOT 10:02:38
IN Q=Hi Miss St. Clair!

((BOB GOODLATTE/U-S CONGRESS: HI MISS ST. CLAIR! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! LILLIAN ST. CLAIR: THANK YOU.))
RUNS=:03
OUT Q=thank you
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Vinton;


91-year-old Lillian St. Clair lives alone in Vinton.
She recently had hip surgery and needs a cane.
But Congressman Bob Goodlatte is giving her plenty to be thankful for -- a turkey dinner with flowers, toiletries, and a card from local children.
Meals-on-Wheels delivers food to the elderly and homebound all year.
Some legislators are struggling to beef up the program.
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SOT 9:46:14
IN Q=We're always fighting

((DEL. VIC THOMAS/(D) ROANOKE: WE'RE ALWAYS FIGHTING FOR MORE FUNDS BECAUSE WE GOT A WAITING LIST JUST ABOUT ACROSS THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. WE'VE HAD TO SCRAP SOMETIMES BUT WE'VE GOTTEN THE MONEY INCREASES EACH YEAR AND IT'S THE BEST MONEY WE COULD SPEND I BELIEVE.))
SUPER=@Thomas;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=I believe
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VO-NAT


Volunteers say spending time is also important -- and can make the difference in someone's day.
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Extra-Mile


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-73
GRAPHIC=Thanksgiving


Try buying a Thanksgiving dinner with food stamps.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Melissa Salters saved all month to cook for her family.
She's unemployed and feeds her three children with welfare checks.
State Senator John Edwards is also living on food stamps this month.
He wants to know what it's like for Melissa.
She hopes he learns.
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SOT 12:31:53
IN Q=How hard

((MELISSA SALTERS/: HOW HARD IT IS FOR US TO MAKE IT. HOPING, WHEN I DO START WORKING, THEY WON'T TAKE IT ALL AWAY FROM US AT ONCE -- AND JUST GRADUALLY TAKE IT AWAY SO WE CAN GET ON OUR FEET TO MAKE IT.))
SUPER=07-Melissa Salters;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=to make it
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VO-NAT


The two were matched up in a program called Walk a Mile -- today Edwards watched Salters prepare Thanksgiving dinner.
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SOT 12:33:19
IN Q=The most important thing

((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/(D) ROANOKE: THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LIVE ON FOOD STAMPS FOR A MONTH -- YOU HAVE TO STRETCH IT ... AND OTHER RESTAURANTS.))
SUPER=@Edwards;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=and other restaurants
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VO-NAT


Edwards says he will pay more attention to child care issues and transportation for the poor when he returns to Richmond.
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Reagan-Airport


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-78
GRAPHIC=Allen


In his waning days as Governor, George Allen's putting the stamp on his own legacy... and maybe that of one of his heroes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Arlington; :00


Allen got his fellow Republican governors to back a bill that would rename the Washington National Airport in Arlington the "Ronald Wilson Reagan National Airport."
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SOT
IN Q=Ronald Reagan

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: RONALD REAGAN ALSO BELIEVED IN TRUSTING THE PEOPLE. AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE CONGRESS WERE RUNNING AND OWNING THESE AIRPORTS. AND THE OPERATIONS WERE INEFFICIENT. AND SINCE RONALD REAGAN WAS PRESIDENT, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION ELIZABETH DOLE, THEY TURNED OVER THE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AIRPORTS, AWAY FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY.))
SUPER=@Allen;
RUNS=:28
OUT Q=airports authority.
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VO-NAT


Allen says improvements to parking and a brand new terminal are the result of that move.
Congress may vote on the bill by President Reagan's 87th birthday in February.
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Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at 6, think your electric bill is too high?
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VO-NAT

The Electric company doesn't think so, and when we reuturn, we'll tell you why deregulation could raise rates in our region.
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ANCHOR=Patrick

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Deregulation


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-93
GRAPHIC=NONE


After the holiday season ends, one issue on the General Assembly's calendar will be electric deregulation.
A federal law says all states must restructure their utility industries.
But in Virginia, electric rates are already low, and new laws might not lower prices.
Scott Goldberg takes a look at Virginia's deregulation dilemma.
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SOT
IN Q=When you
SUPER=@Scott1; :09
SUPER=01-Ken Schrad/State Corporation Commission; :23
SUPER=01-Sen. Jack Reasor/(D) Bluefield; 1:12
SUPER=01-Linn Draper/American Electric Power CEO; 2:03
RUNS=3:05
OUT Q=SG, News-7

((When you moved into Southwest Virginia, bought a new home or found a new apartment here, chances are you called A-E-P.
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Standup -- cover first :05 with b-roll of AEP sign
SOT 01:57:54
IN Q=In most of Southwest Virginia

((IN MOST OF SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER HAS A MONOPOLY ON THE SALE OF ELECTRICITY. uncovered now: THAT MEANS YOU DON'T HAVE A CHOICE. IF YOU WANT POWER IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE, YOU PAY A-E-P. AND YOU PAY WHATEVER THE COMPANY CHARGES. ALL THAT CHANGES IF VIRGINIA DEREGULATES ITS ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY.))
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OUT Q=electricity industry
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SOT 21:43:01

"Ken Schrad" tape
IN Q=The Virginia

((KEN SCHRAD/STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION: THE VIRGINIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS LOOKING VERY CLOSELY AT THIS.))
RUNS=:03
OUT Q=AT THIS


Ken Schrad is director of the Commonwealth's State Corporation Commission.
His agency wrote a two-part plan for deregulating Virginia's utility industry.
Under that plan, electric monopolies would end and consumers would have their choice of suppliers.
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SOT 21:36:27
IN Q=there are arguments

((KEN SCHRAD: THERE ARE ARGUMENTS THAT IF WE DO CHANGE THE WAY WE REGULATE THE UTILITY INDUSTRY, EVERYONE'S GOING TO BENEFIT. WE'RE NOT SURE OF THAT YET IN VIRGINIA. ))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=IN VIRGINIA


pre-pro graphic The reason for uncertainty is Virginia already has low electric rates...
Thirty-eight percent below the national average in A-E-P's territory.
Consumer groups worry that opening the electric market to competition would actually RAISE Virginia's rates, placing them in line with what the rest of the country pays.
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SOT 12:01:21

"coal conference" tape
IN Q=we do not

((STATE SENATOR JACK REASOR/D-BLUEFIELD: WE DO NOT HAVE THE PRESSURE ON VIRGINIA THAT OTHER STATES ARE FACING BECAUSE OUR RATES ARE IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE. ))
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=GOOD SHAPE


State Senator Jack Reasor is heading a joint House and Senate subcommittee on restructuring utilities.
So far, the committee has not found a way to make sure retail competition would guarantee lower prices.
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SOT 12:04:27
IN Q=i suspect

((JACK REASOR: I SUSPECT WE WILL CONTINUE OUR SUBCOMMITTEE INVESTIGATION FOR AT LEAST ANOTHER YEAR BECAUSE IT IS A COMPLEX QUESTION. THERE ARE A LOT OF AREAS INVOLVED.))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=INVOLVED

natsound of factory?? generic industry shots
For example, who really stands to benefit?
The State Corporation Commission says the big push is coming from industries that pay massive monthly electric bills.
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SOT 21:35:59

schrad
IN Q=so if

((KEN SCHRAD: SO IF THEY CAN SAVE 10 PERCENT ON A $150,000-A-MONTH ELECTRIC BILL, THAT'S A BIG SAVINGS TO THEM. ))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=TO THEM
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SOT 12:47:16

COAL CONFERENCE TAPE
IN Q=we believe

((DR. LINN DRAPER/AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER CEO: WE BELIEVE THAT ALL CUSTOMER CLASSES CAN BENEFIT.))
RUNS=:03
OUT Q= CAN BENEFIT.


Dr. Linn Draper is C-E-O of American Electric Power.
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SOT 12:45:23
IN Q=we've seen

((DRAPER: WE'VE SEEN IN EVERY OTHER INDUSTRY AS PEOPLE HAVE CHOICE, THE PRICE HAS GONE DOWN. ))
RUNS=:04
OUT Q= gone down
natsound=airplanes


That's not entirely true.
While airline deregulation DID bring lower ticket prices...
And the breakup of A-T-and-T led to lower long-distance rates,
the cost of a pay-phone call has gone up.
So have cable rates.
A-E-P says the way to fight higher prices is to freeze rates while utilities make the transition to retail competition...
Something Senator Reasor says is out of the question.
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SOT 12:03:36
IN Q=if the whole

((SEN. JACK REASOR: IF THE WHOLE GOAL IS TO GET OUT OF REGULATION AND GET INTO A FREE RETAIL MARKET, IT SEEMS TO ME THAT IF WE START MANDATING WHAT THOSE RATES ARE GOING TO BE OR THE LEVELS, THEN WE'RE DEFEATING THE WHOLE PURPOSE OF COMPETITION.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=COMPETITION.
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SOT 02:02:39

STANDUP CLOSE
IN Q= Any state

((ANY STATE THAT DOES NOT PASS ITS OWN LAWS WILL SOON HAVE TO FOLLOW FEDERAL DEREGULATION GUIDELINES. SO VIRGINIA'S LAWMAKERS ARE TRYING TO BEAT CONGRESS TO THE PUNCH, EVEN IF IT MEANS FIXING A SYSTEM THAT ALREADY HAS VIRGINIANS PAYING SOME OF THE NATION'S LOWEST ELECTRIC BILLS. IN ROANOKE COUNTY, SCOTT GOLDBERG, NEWS-7.
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OUT Q=NEWS-7



Tease#2

SOFT MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


In just a few moments, Roy Stanley will along with highlights from the Turkey day football games,
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VO-NAT

but first, we'll head to downtown Pearisburg where Giles County residents have a new connection with their past.
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Goode


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-79
GRAPHIC=Goode


U-S Congressman Virgil Goode fielded questions from community college students in four different schools recently -- using video technology.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


Goode was at Danville Community College -- but he could see students at Piedmont Virginia, Southside Virginia, and Patrick Henry community colleges on television screens.
Goode said the federal government should give money to schools -- but not run them.
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SOT 1:51:15
IN Q=The federal rules

((VIRGIL GOODE/U.S. CONGRESSMAN: THE FEDERAL RULES WOULD BE ONE SIZE FITS ALL FOR THE NATION. WHAT'S GOOD IN CALIFORNIA, MONTANA AND HAWAII MIGHT NOT BE GOOD IN VIRGINIA. I VERY MUCH DO NOT WANT TO SEE THE FEDS DICTATING TO THE LOCAL SCHOOL SYSTEM.))
SUPER=@Goode;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=local school system
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VO-NAT


Meanwhile many students were concerned about child care.
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SOT 1:43:13
IN Q=It's just so hard

((RUSSELL HAMMACK/STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION: IT'S JUST SO HARD TO GO TO COLLEGE AND TAKE CARE OF THE KIDS TOO, SO IF WE CAN HAVE A BUILDING OR SOMETHING IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGES THAT TAKE CARE OF THE KIDS WHILE THEY GO TO COLLEGE THAT WOULD BE AWESOME AND SOMETHING TO TAKE A LOOK AT BUT IT COSTS A LOT OF MONEY.))
SUPER=01-Russell Hammock/Student President;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=it costs a lot of money



Day-Care


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=Day Care


Meanwhile Saturday ends the public comment period for a proposed change in the requirements of licensed day-care providers.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Monday;


The Child Day-Care Council has held four public hearings on the changes, which are designed to eliminate redundancy, and unnecessary paperwork. The Council held it's final public hearing in Roanoke this week.
Next week, they'll evaluate the feedback.
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SOT 03:56:16
IN Q=The council will go

((SHARON JONES/CHILD DAY-CARE COUNCIL; THE COUNCIL WILL GO BACK AND LOOK AT WHAT THE PUBLIC HAD TO SAY, WE WILL LOOK TO SEE IF WE NEED TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS AND IF SO, THEN THEY WILL DO THAT AND GO OUT FOR ANOTHER 30 DAY COMMENT PERIOD SO WE'VE GOT ANOTHER COMMENT PERIOD AFTER THIS ONE COMING YET. ))
SUPER=01-Sharon Jones/Child Day-Care Council;
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=coming yet
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VO-NAT


Some daycare providers expressed concern about lower eduation standers for daycare supervisors.
The council chairwoman says a decision on the new regulations will come in the middle of next year, at the earliest.
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Giles-Museum


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-81
GRAPHIC=NONE


One Southwest Virginia county isn't losing touch with its ancestors.
The newly constructed Giles County Historical Museum is preserving the area's rich history by sharing it with local residents.
Teresa Hamilton takes us inside for a look.
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SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=03-Pearisburg; :00
SUPER=01-Jean Davis/Historical Society President; :06 QUICK!!!!
SUPER=01-Bill Hamilton/Giles Co. Historical Society; :48 QUICK!!!!
SUPER=@Teresa1; 1:13
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OUT Q=NEWS 7, Pearisburg.

(( If you're a local history buff-- the Giles County Historical Museum in Pearisburg is one place you might find fascinating.
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11:26:53
SOT
IN Q=I think

((JEAN DAVIS/HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESIDENT:I THINK PERHAPS THE OLDEST THING WE HAVE HERE IS THE ORIGINAL LAND GRANT THAT WAS GIVEN TO GEORGE PARIS FOR WHOM PEARISBURG IS NAMED.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=is named.
Other areas of the county are also well represented--- through newspaper

articles, antique books, knick knacks and clothing-- ALL from years gone by.
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11:26:29
SOT
IN Q=The people

((JEAN DAVIS/HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESIDENT: THE PEOPLE OF GILES COUNTY ARE MOSTLY DIRECT DESCENDANTS OF SOME OF THE EARLY SETTLERS WHO ARRIVED HERE MOST OF THEM HAD THESE ARTIFACTS IN THEIR ATTICS, OR YOU KNOW, BASEMENT OR BARN, SOMEPLACE THAT THEY WERE ABLE TO FIND QUITE A FEW ITEMS. ))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=few items.


This wooden hearse-- that's a favorite with school kids-- is one example.
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11:35:09
SOT
IN Q=This was

((BILL HAMILTON/GILES CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY: THIS WAS STORED IN A BARN FOR A LONG TIME AND JUST RECENTLY THEY REFURBISHED IT AND REFINISHED THE WHOLE THING. ))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=whole thing.


The two story museum opened earlier this month after more than a year's construction-- thanks to the generosity of the Johnston family, local residents, businesses and grants. 12:02:25
The historical museum is always looking for new artifacts. THe ones on display, now, will only be in place through January 15th. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Pearisburg.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, The Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Oilers are battling in Texas this Thanksgiving day.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And Barry Sanders has a record setting day as the Detroit Lions rout the Chicago Bears.
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S-Lions


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=Lions/Bears


Barry Sanders moved past Eric Dickerson into second place on the all time N-F-L rushing list and he also scored three touchdowns as the Lions beat the Bears 55 to 20.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Pontiac, MI/FOX SPORTS; :


Detroit trailed 14 to nothing after the first quarter then Scott Mitchell hooks up with Herman Moore on the 8 yard T-D pass but the Lions trailed 17 to 10.
Sanders scored his first T-D of the day on this playing taking the handoff and outrunning the Bears defense for the 40 yard touchdown to make it 20 to 17 Bears.
The game was tied 20 to 20 at the half then Mitchell opened the third quarter going to the air and hitting Johnny Morton on the 50 yard touchdown to make the score 27 to 20 Detroit.
Sanders scored again in the third SUPER=30-Detroit/55/Chicago/20/;as he

blows through the line and makes a nice cut back on the 27 yard touchdown run and the Lions win it 55 to 20.
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S-Cowboys


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Cowboys/Oilers


The Dallas Cowboys are competing in their 30-th Thanksgiving day as the host the Tennessee Oilers.
The game is in the third quarter and Tennessee leads 24 to 7.
The game is very important to both teams. Dallas is 6 and 6 and the Oilers have the same record and both are looking to keep their playoff hopes alive in their respective conferences.

S-Feast


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=TF97-2
GRAPHIC=Tech/UVa


Most of the media attention this week has surrounded quarterbacks and tailbacks.
But what about the players that shoulder the heaviest load? The lienman. Steve Mason has more on the guys in the trenches.
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SOT
IN Q=first audio
SUPER=@Steve1; :03
SUPER=01-Kerwin Hairston/Virginia Tech Defensive Tackle; :21(QUICK!!!!!!!!!!!)
SUPER=01-Gennaro DiNapoli/Virginia Tech Offensive Guard; :34
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Tuesday Night; :41
SUPER=01-Doug Karczewski/UVa Offensive Tackle; 1:13
SUPER=01-John St. Clair/UVa Center; 1:57
RUNS=2:09
OUT Q=...News 7 sports"
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S-Fill


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


Marshall receiver Randy Moss is the Mid American Conference offensive player of the year.
Moss led the conference in all purpose yards, averaging 180 per game. Moss has led Marshall to a 9 and 2 record and next week's championship game against Toledo tied for the Division 1-A record for touchdown catches in a season.
Moss is also a candidate for the Heisman trophy.
SS=PGA Logo


Meantime, Fred Couples has withdrawn from this weekend's Skins game in La Quinta, California. Couples will spend the time with his ailing father.
David Duvall takes his place in the field that also includes Tiger Woods, tom Lehman and Mark O'Meara. Wx-Tape
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