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Next on News 7-
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A hostage situation in Florida moves into another night and no sign the suspect will let the children go- We'll have an update from Orlando.
Some local residents are upset their water rates are going up.
And Santa is on a roll- rolling right over a holiday tradtion.
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News 7 is coming up next.

Execution


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-78
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Hampton Rapist and killer Thomas Beavers Junior was put to death tonight- setting a modern one-year record for executions in Virginia.
But Virginia corrections officials say they expect to "meet or exceed that pace" next year.
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Beavers raped and murdered his 60-year old neighbor in Hampton in 1990.
His attorneys argue he was brain-damaged and incompetent to stand trial.
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60-year old Marguerite Lowerey was a retired cafeteria manager... and apparently NOT his final victim.
Beavers' jury was told he raped two other women after her murder.
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Virginia only made lethal injection an option in July 1995 -- but Beavers is the 22nd inmate to die by it since then.
He's the state's 46th execution since 1982.
Only Texas has had more.
The average stay on Virginia's death row is now just under nine years... and dropping.

FL-Hostage


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Standoff


Police are becomming increasingly frustrated in Florida.
A murder suspect is still holed up in an Orlando home holding two children hostage.
Lee Cowan has the latest from the scene tonight.
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((For the first time since this standoff began, a change in tone and a hint at how long this may go on. SAL LOMONACO/CHIEF NEGOTIATOR: UNFORTUNATELY WE ARE NOT AS OPTIMISTIC AS WE WERE THIS MORNING. John Armstrong hasn't stopped talking to negotiators. It's what he's talking about that isn't encouraging. SAL LOMONACO/CHIEF NEGOTIATOR: HE TOLD US TODAY. YOU KEEP SAYING I'M SO TIRED, BUT I'M NOT SO TIRED. WELL I'M TIRED MR. ARMSTRONG YOU MUST BE SUPERMAN.
Fatigue is one thing police had been counting onhoping it would wear him down and force a peaceful surrender. Armstrong's family was hoping too having spent much of the last three days hovering near police barricades with no more answers than anyone else.
Police say the two young hostages four year old Malcolm Phillips and 2 year old Tedi Vickson are doing well, having eaten and spent much of the last three days watching TV without their mothers something negotiators say can't and shouldn't last very much longer.
LEE COWAN/CBS NEWS: THE CHILDREN'S WELFARE IS THE MEASURING STICK, POLICE SAYWHEN THAT CHANGES, SO DO THEIR TACTICS. LEE COWAN, CBS NEWS, ORLANDO.))

Plane-Crash


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TAPE#97-87
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The investigation into yesterday's fatal plane crash has begun.
National Transportation Safety Board officials walked the scene today and began the long process of determining what caused of the crash.
Denise Allen was there.
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(( Investigators searched for clues in the mangled wreckage of the single engine Trinidad TB 20.
Pilot James Notch died when his plane hit this northwest Roanoke home.
Witness accounts and the taped distress call to the FAA Tower seemed to point to engine failure.
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((BEVERLY DRAKE-NURSE/NTSB INVESTIGATOR: SHORTLY AFTER TAKE OF FROM RUNWAY 1-6 THE PILOT REPORTED TO THE TOWER THAT HE HAD LOST ENGINE POWER.))
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((STEVE SIMONTON/MAIL CARRIER: I WAS ON COVE ROAD WHEN I'D SEEN THE PLANE GO BY. IT DIDN'T MAKE A SOUND IT WAS LIKE A FEATHER DRIFTING IN AND BEFORE I COULD EVEN SEE IT HARDLY IT HAD IT THE HOUSE AND EXPLODED.))
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NTSB investigators will examine the engine, check Notches' flying record and make sure the plane had the correct fuel and that it was not contaminated.
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Eleanor Lewis was home at the time of the crash and miraculously was not injured.
She wants to know if it was mechanical difficulty did it occur suddenly and what if anything could be done to prevent this tragedy. DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 REPORTER: IT COULD BE SOMETIME BEFORE ELEANOR LEWIS HAS THE ANSWERS TO HER QUESTIONS.
INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY'LL HAVE A PRELIMINARY REPORT WITHIN A WEEK BUT THE FINAL VERDICT ON WHAT CAUSED THIS CRASH COULD TAKE UP TO NINE MONTHS TO REACH.
DENISE ALLEN NEWS 7.))

Missing-Girls


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE#97-80
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The State Police Violent Crimes Unit is still working on the Bramblett case.
Earl Bramblett was convicted last month of killing a family of four he'd lived with. He's due to be sentenced Tuesday.
At the same time, though, Keith Humphry says police are still working a 20-year old missing persons case that may involve Bramblett.
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SUPER=10-Helen Akers/Missing Girl's Mother/November 5; :18
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((
Tammy Lynn Akers disappeared the morning of February 8th, 1977.
Earl Bramblett was questioned in the early 80's about his association with Tammy, but he has never provided any information.
The girl's mother says Tammy was a frequent visitor at the A-frame house Bramblett built in Bedford County. Helen- 11:33:20 ((AND SHE WAS CLOSE TO EARL'S FAMILY. SHE SPENT TIME WITH EARL'S WIFE.))
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It was here- -a year after the girls disappeared- -that Bramblett reportedly broke down at a party and said he wished he hadn't hurt Tammy.
The young girls who were with him at the time later told police that Bramblett had predicted Tammy would never be found.
There was another girl- -Angela Mae Rader- -who disappeared the same day.
Angela's is convinced Bramblett knows more than he's saying. Sue 10:22:40 ((BECAUSE THERE WAS A CONNECTION, AND HE WAS SUPPOSEDLY A FRIEND OF THE AKERS FAMILY, JUST AS HE WAS OF THE HODGES FAMILY.))
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Carolyn Davis had dropped off her sister at school the day she disappeared.
Someone must have noticed the two girls leave the school yard- -even as their classmates were ARRIVING that morning?
Police hope somebody comes forward to tell them about it.
They also want to know more about a third girl Tammy's mother says was at the house the night BEFORE Tammy and Angela disappeared. Maybe she remembers something.
The two 14 year olds had spoken by phone that night.
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((BUT MY DAUGHTER, SHE TRIED TO TELL ME A FEW YEARS AGO, SHE SAID, "MAMA, THOSE
GIRLS DON'T COME BACK, BECAUSE THEY CAN'T COME BACK.")) RUNS=:08


Sue 10:13:45 ((AND SEE THAT'S WHAT I BELIEVE. I MEAN I BELIEVE THE REASON THAT SHE HASN'T COME HOME IS 'CAUSE SHE CAN'T.))
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Mrs. Rader says she often dreamt of Angie as a little girl. Then several years ago her daughter appeared as an adult in a succession of dreams.
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((I HAD A BEAUTIFUL DREAM OF HER JUST BEFORE THANKSGIVING AND ANOTHER ONE AT CHRISTMAS. ))
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((I WAS HAPPY AND TALKING AND LAUGHING. I WAS MY NATURAL SELF, YOU KNOW. IT WAS GREAT. AND I SAID, OH, I KNOW SHE'S COMING BACK.))
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Of course it didn't happen.
After Christmas Dorothy Rader sank back into deep depression.
If they do find the remains of either girl, their mothers have agreed to provide blood samples for D-N-A analysis.
Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.

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SOFT MUSIC
Danville has a shortage of doctors. We'll have that story in just a moment, but first,
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we'll tell you why problems between residents and a local government are anything but water under the bridge.
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((CONNIE SEAGLE/WYTHE CO. RESIDENT: THERE'S JUST NO RHYME OR REASON TO THE WAY OUR WATER BILLS HAVE BEEN.))
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Ok-Bombing


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NEWSCAST=11
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The defense has rested in the trial of Oklahoma Bombing suspect Terry Nichols- without explaining some key pieces of evidence against him.
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They provided no explanation for a receipt for a ton of explosive fertilizer found in Nichols home and a letter to Timothy McVeigh telling him to "Go for it."
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((MCVEIGH AND NICHOLS PLAN THIS BOMBING. THEY SELECTED THE TARGET OF THE MURRAH BUILDING.))
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Nichols never took the stand, and even the final witness, his wife (Mar-i-fay) Marife, was unable to provide an alibi for him on the day before the blast.
That's when prosecutors say he helped McVeigh build the bomb.
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Cisneros


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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Former Housing Secretary Henry Cisneros was indicted today-
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He's charged with 18 counts of conspiracy, obstructing justice and making false statements to the FBI.
The charges stem from a background check done on Cisneros.
He's accused of lying about 250 thousand dollars in payments he'd made to a former mistress- Linda Jones
Jones was also charged with making a false statement.
Cisneros served as Housing secretary during President Clinton's first term- before resigning.
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Water-Rates


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
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Wythe County residents and Rural Retreat town officials are at odds over increased water rates.
Stacey Martin has more.
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(( Water rate hikes in this area just outside of Rural Retreat have caused many residents to use less.
And, it's also caused a rift between many people in the community and town officials.
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((RAY MATNEY/RURAL RETREAT TOWN MGR.: THERE MIGHT BE BAD BLOOD I CAN'T SAY THAT THERE'S NOT. BUT, I CAN ASSURE YOU THERE'S NO BAD BLOOD ON THE PART OF THE TOWN OF RURAL RETREAT, THE RURAL RETREAT TOWN COUNCIL AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE TOWN OF RURAL RETREAT.))
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At issue?--a 75 percent surcharge on water for those living outside town limits and the replacment of old water meters with newer ones.
The result--water bills many residents here say are double, sometimes triple what they used to be.
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((CONNIE SEAGLE/WYTHE CO. RESIDENT: WE HAVE NO CONTROL OVER WHAT OUR WATER BILL IS GOING TO BE AND WE HAVE NO WAY TO BUDGET THAT OR DETERMINE WHAT IT'S GOING TO BE.))
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Officials with Rural Retreat say the revenue is needed to pay for this one point five million dollar water plant under construction.
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: BUT, TOWN OFFICIALS HAD TO BUILD THE NEW FACILITY IN PART BECAUSE THEIR OLD WATER SUPPLY WAS FOUND TO BE CONTAMINATED.))
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Residents now want to be annexed by the town to avoid paying the surcharge--an idea that most previously rejected.
They've petitioned the Wythe County Board of Supervisors for help.
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((HARVEY ATKINSON/BOARD OF SUPV.:THEY HAVE SINCE CHANGED THEIR MINDS FOR REPORTEDLY REASONS ASSOCIATED WITH WATER COSTS AND I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT AND WITH A DESIRE TO HAVE SOME INPUT AND SOME VOICE IN HOW THEIR WATER RATES ARE SET.))
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The board will meet Tuesday to discuss the issue.
But, residents say if they don't get their way they'll file a lawsuit.
Stacey Martin, News 7.

D'ville-Doctors


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-86
GRAPHIC=Medical News


Danville doesn't have enough doctors- that's according to a recent study.
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The Virginia Health Care Association points out Danville does not have enough primary care doctors -- such as pediatricians.
It's apparently because the pay is higher for doctors who specialize in areas like surgery.
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((DR. DENNIS SWANSON/HEALTH DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR: PHYSICIAN INCOME IS PROBABLY HIGHER THE MORE SPECIALIZED YOU BECOME, SO PHYSICIANS IN GENERAL HAVE A STRONG INCENTIVE TO BECOME SPECIALISTS.))
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Swanson says the shortage of doctors is devastating to poor people in Danville and surrounding areas.
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((THE PEOPLE WITH THESE PROBLEMS THEN HAVE LESS ACCESS TO MEDICAL CARE AS WELL, SO THEY HAVE A HARD TIME GETTING MEDICAL CARE.))
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Since the health department and the free clinic can not handle every patient -- Swanson says Danville desperately needs doctors who treat lower income patients.
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ANCHOR=Jean
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SOFT MUSIC
Still ahead, Santa Claus uses a steam roller to strike back against the unwanted fruitcake,
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and we'll see why the sky's the limit for this year's Bikes-or-Bust campaign.
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Kroger-Move


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-73
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The decision to close a Kroger distribution center in West Virginia ended up in court.
But today a judge said the supermarket chain did not violate any agreements when it transferred jobs to Roanoke County.
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A group of citizens and union leaders filed suit after Kroger decided to close the Charleston warehouse earlier this year.
The group argued that Kroger had an obligation to stay in West Virginia because it received tax breaks.
But this week a judge ruled that while Kroger used low-interest bonds to build RETAIL stores, the money did not go to the warehouse.
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Bikes-Bust


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#97-83
GRAPHIC=NONE


The annual Bikes-or-Bust campaign got off on a high note today.
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About 100 feet high.
Our own Steve Pardon and J-93's Slam Duncan will spend the next three days perched high above the Tanglewood Mall parking lot.
It's all an effort to collect one thousand bikes for underprivileged children in the area.
So far generous people have donated over 140 bikes.
Many folks are going the extra mile and bringing in helmets with their bike donations.
Carilion hospitals donated 315 helmets today to make sure the children bike safely.
For the latest update on the Bikes-or-Bust campaign, be sure to join Steve and Slam live on the Mornin' Show tomorrow morning right here on your Hometown Station.
Part of that broadcast will be simulcast on J-93, so you can be sure to catch it.
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S-Extra


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#ICE-98/EXTRA
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Pro Bowl news, Tiki's new shoe, a Stagg update and a huge honor for Ronald Curry are just ahead.
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But first the Roanoke Express is in Richmond tomorrow night skating against the Renegades and 18 games into the season one of the biggest surprises as been the play of center Mike Peron, who bounced from Charlotte to Jacksonville before landing in Roanoke.
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((MIKE PERON/EXPRESS CENTER:)) ((FRANK ANZALONE/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:))
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GO TO SCORES

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S-Pro


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-18
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The NFL pro bowl teams were announced last night and suprisingly Tamp Bay has more players on the team than Green Bay.
Rookie Warrick Dunn and fullback Mike Alstott are two of the seven players the Bucs put on the NFC team.
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The Panthers got just two spots on the team with kick returner Michael Bates, and tight end Wesley Walls.
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((WESLEY WALLS/PANTHERS PRO BOWL SELECTION:))
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-31
SS=REDSKINS


The Redskins put three players on the NFC Pro Bowl team.
Cornerback Darrell Green, LInebacker Ken Harvey and punter Matt Turk each will play in Hawaii at the end of the season.
SS=REDSKINS/GIANTS

Those three and the rest of the team will have to be at its best this Saturday as the team faces the first place Giants in the Meadowlands.
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((JEFF HOSTETLER/REDSKINS QUARTERBACK:))
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WIPE TO ENG!!!!!!!!!!

S-Tiki


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-32
GRAPHIC=NONE

WIPE TO ENG!!!!!!!!
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The Redskins must find a way to slow down Tiki Barber, who had over 100 yards of offense against the Skins back on November 23rd.
And now Tiki has his own shoe coming out January first.
It's called the Reebok Drive DMX.
Tiki and the shoe are already being featured in a numerous print ads this month.
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S-Curry


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s7-8
GRAPHIC=vhsl playoffs


Ronald Curry would like to have a shoe named after him one day, but for now the Hampton star will have to settle
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SUPER=03-Hampton;


for being named the top high school football player in the entire nation. Today in Hampton Curry was presented with the Gatorade Circle of champions award that has been won in the past by the likes of Emmitt Smith, Terry Kirby and Peyton Manning.
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((RONALD CURRY/GATORADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:))
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Like going to college. Curry, who has a 3 point 5 grade point average has verbally committed to play next season at UVa.
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S-Stagg


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=Stagg Bowl


Plenty of good seats are still available for this year's Stagg Bowl, which kicks off Saturday at one o'clock at Salem Stadium.
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SUPER=03-Salem; :


Yesterday the Mount Union Purple Raiders went through a workout at Salem High School as they continued preparing to defend their Division three state championship at Salem Stadium.
As the Purple Raiders were making their run through the playoffs Head coach Larry Kehres was making plans for a trip to Salem whether his team was playing or not.
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((LARRY KEHRES/MOUNT UNION HEAD COACH:))
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The Purple Raiders will face Lycoming in the championship game.
Lycoming, also practiced yesterday afternoon at the high school.
Lycoming has 22 consecutive winning seasons and the Warriors have played in the Division three playoffs 5 times in the 90's.
SUPER=04-Rotary Luncheon; :00


But to have a chance Saturday, Lycoming will have to stop Union quarterback Bill Brochart, who picked up the Gagliardi award as the top player in the nation yesterday.
He has 57 TD passes this season and only 2 interceptions.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
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WRITER=Mike
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Right after this we'll check in with Roy Stanley who has a chat with
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Roanoke's newest member of the Senior Tour, the King of Blue Hills.
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S-King


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-
GRAPHIC=Billy King


Billy King is trying to get his life in order as he prepares for his first season on the prestigious PGA Senior's tour.
And although King won his way onto the tour with some clutch play last week in Florida, Roy Stanley says Billy is quick to thank all of his friends at Blue Hills for supporting him over the years.
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((BILL KING/SENIOR TOUR PRO: ))
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((King also thanked his wife Linda who's been by his side through the good and bad.
And the Good happened last week in Florida when King earned his card by shooting a final round 69 on the T-P-C course in Ponte Verde Florida.
King played his final three rounds at 9 under par tieing for third to become one of 8 players to make the Senior tour.)) ((BILLY KING: )) ((ROY STANDUP: )) ((KING: )) ((King's first tournament will be Royal Caribbean in Key Biscayne at the end of January.
Roy Stanley news 7 sports.)
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Video


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WRITER=tbr
TAPE#Net H
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If you've ever received an unwanted fruitcake for Christmas, this story is for you.
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Santa Claus or someone who looks a lot like him took some time from his busy schedule... to steamroll thousands of fruitcakes.
It was all a publicity stunt to introduce a new line of brownies.
A survey of one thousand Americans found more than half get unwanted fruitcakes as holiday gifts.
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