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Next on News 7 at 11...
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Pulaski police arrest a man in connection with a bank robbery earlier this month.
Popular movie critic Gene Siskel has died, a few months after brain surgery.
And the whistles of the Titanic, rescued from the bottom of the ocean and restored, sound one more time.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]


News 7 is next. [Open]
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[Robbery-Arrest]


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Pulaski police have arrested a suspected bank robber.
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Authorities picked up 39-year old Michael Anthony Hight around 9 last night at his Pulaski home.
Investigators say around 9-30 a-m on February 5-th a man entered the Community National Bank and gave the teller a note demanding cash.
The note also indicated the man had a gun.
The suspect left on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.
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[Anchor=Eric]
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Police say Hight has been charged with bank robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.
He is being held at the Pulaski County jail without bond.

[Abuse-Sentence]


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A man and his former girlfriend will be spending time in prison for child abuse.
Last summer the couple brought the woman's 19-month old son to a hospital--vomiting blood and covered with marks and bruises.
Yesterday, a Franklin County judge sentenced William Roy Ingram to a total of 10 years in prison.
Rebecca Andrews was sentenced to more than a year.

[Smashed-Apt]


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Members of a Southeast Roanoke family were not hurt last night after a car crashed into their apartment.
But, they say the real damage is being caused by the management at the Jamestown Apartment complex.
David Johnson explains.
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(( For the third time in as many years, a car smashed into the side of Kenneth Myers' apartment.
Friday night a drunk driver drove his 1982 Chrysler through the living room wall.
The father of five is grateful that, once again, his family escaped injury.
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((KENNETH MYERS/DAMAGED APT. VICTIM; I WAS JUST LUCKY NONE OF MY KIDS WERE HURT. WE WERE JUST SITTING IN HERE WATCHING TELEVISION AND WE WERE JUST LUCKY.)) [RUNS07]
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But Myers fears his luck will run out--due to negligence by the complex's management.
He says his heating costs are rising--
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((MYERS; THEY COME IN. PUT A PIPE ACROSS MY FLOOR, WHICH IS RIGHT UGLY. ALL THE HEAT WAS GETTING OUT WAS THAT ONE PIPE THET THERMOSTAT CUTS ON AND OFF BECAUSE THE AIR LEAKS THROUGH THE WALL.)) [RUNS15]
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And he thinks past accidents with other cars striking the side of his building has weakened the structure.
But Myers says when he's asked management to have the wall repaired in the past, he always gets the same response.
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((MYERS; WE WILL GET ON IT AND THAT'S BEEN IT.)) [RUNS02]
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The manager of the complex, Steve Hayslett, denies the allegations--saying Myers is responsible for the increased heating cost and that the brick wall has been repaired from prior accidents--all that remains is surface damage. [STAND-UP/] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; HAYSLETT PLANS TO FOLLOWUP ON THE WEEKEND ACCIDENT MONDAY MORNING TO ASSESS THE DAMAGES, WHICH HAVE BEEN ESTIMATED AT ABOUT EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS. DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS7, SOUTHEAST ROANOKE.)) [RUNS]))

[Gordon]


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A report about the retirement of Roanoke County's school superintendent was premature.
That's according to one of the county's school board members.
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A published report indicated Deanna Gordon plans to retire in December.
But, School Board Chairwoman Marion Roark says--quote-- "nothing is definite at this point" and "that the board has not discussed the matter."
Gordon has served five years as the superintendent.
She could not be reached for comment today.
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[Tech-Donation]


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Virginia Tech's agriculture school is getting millions of dollars.
The late philanthropist Paul Mellon left the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences five-million dollars--its largest bequest ever.
Mellon helped to create the college earlier this century.

[Kosovo]


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The deadline for a peace deal in Kosovo is now set for Tuesday, extended because talks seem to be making progress.
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But military preparations continue, as U.S. planes join a growing peace-keeping force.
[SUPER=03-Aviano, Italy]


A tent city is under construction at the NATO airbase in Italy, as troops prepare for airstrikes if the talks fail.
U.S. Secertary of State Madeleine Albright blamed the delay on the Serbs.
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((MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE; THEIR LACK OF DESIRE TO ENGAGE AT ALL TODAY ON THAT SUBJECT, I FOUND UNREALISTIC AND UNPRODUCTIVE. SINCE THEY HAVE FULLY UNDERSTOOD THAT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO HAVE A POLITICAL DOCUMENT WITHOUT THE LEGS OF THE SECURITY ASPECT OF IT. .))
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Albanians in Kosovo say they are close to a deal, but need a little more time to study the agreement.
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[Siskel]


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The movie world is mourning one of its toughest critics.
Gene Siskel died today in Chicago.
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Siskel was a critic for the Chicago Tribune, who joined rival critic Roger Ebert to create a television show.
Ebert says while they fought a lot, Siskel was a life-long friend.
There's no word on the official cause of death, but last May Siskel had surgery to remove a growth from his brain.
Gene Siskel was 53.
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[Titanic]


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For the first time in 87 years, people heard the whistles of the Titanic today.
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The whistles were salvaged from the wreckage site and restored.
After tests determined the whistles could survive the stress of operating again, a few lucky Titanic fans were allowed to sound them for thousands of specators.
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((
(Whistle natsot :05)

JOHN ANDERSON/WHISTLE BLOWER IT WAS REALLY COOL. I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A LOT HIGHER STEPHANIE KANDUTH/; IT WAS REALLY AWESOME. IT WASN'T AS LOUD AS I THOUGH IT WOULD BE. IT'S A ONCE IN A LIFETIME THING, SO I'M GLAD I CAME))
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The whistles will be on display in a Titanic exhibit in Minnesota through the end of April.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Still ahead--health inspectors give a star city restaurant the green light to re-open.
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[VO-NAT]


And, a Salem police officer announces his bid for Sheriff of Botetourt County--a position once held by his father.
That's coming up when the news continues.
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[Sprinkle]


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A police officer's campaign to become the next Sheriff of Botetourt County got underway today.
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Several supporters turned out to hear Ronnie Sprinkle announce his intentions to run for office.
Sprinkle said he wants to raise the level of professionalism in the sheriff's department.
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((RONNIE SPRINKLE/BOTETOURT CO. SHERIFF CANDIDATE; ONE OF THOSE WAYS IS TO WORK DILIGENTLY. I WANT TO GET THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ACCREDITED THROUGH THE VIRGINIA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACCREDITATION PROGRAM. I WANT TO IMPROVE THE COMMUNICATION WITH THE PUBLIC AND WITH OTHER LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICES ALSO.))
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Sprinkle worked as a sheriff's deputy in Botetourt for a dozen years before going to work in Salem in 1995. The 15-year law enforcement veteran and FBI academy graduate said the timing is right to follow in his father's footsteps. Norman Sprinkle was Botetourt County's sheriff for 33-years.
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[Business-Review]


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A Roanoke restaurant cleans-up its act and is back in business, at least for now.
And, gamblers may soon be able to head to the Greenbrier to try their luck.
Scott Goldberg has more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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[NOTHING ON CHROMAKEY THIS WEEK] (( [99-8 at 12:33]
The Star City's namesake diner is open for business again.
This after the restaurant's managers literally got rid of a few bugs.
Health inspectors had threatened to shut the place down after finding roaches, rotten food and customers eating off dirty dishes. [98-83 at 47:04]
Another Roanoke restaurant will not reopen.
Queen Charlotte's Tea and More closed after proprietor B-D Cummings was thrown in jail.
Cummings, convicted in 1989 of forging checks, was accused of violating a probation order that said she won't be allowed to handle other people's money. [99-4 at 41:10]
Ninety layoffs at the Radford Arsenal.
About 50 people are losing their jobs after the arsenal lost an ammunition contract.
Another 40 layoffs, according to officials, were in the works for some time. [98-78 at 1:13:53]
A donation of 26 acres and a million dollars will make it easier to build a new Y-M-C-A in Central Virginia.
The new Jamerson Family Y will open off Laxton Road.
Organizers want to raise eight million more dollars to finance the project. [99-4 at 39:45]
Odds are improving you'll be able to gamble at the Greenbrier.
West Virginia's senate judiciary committee endorsed a bill to build a casino in the bunker.
It's an underground area that was built to protect dignitaries during a nuclear attack.
The casino bill still needs to pass both houses of the legislature. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
On Wall Street, the Dow climbed 65 points this week.
The Nasdaq dropped 38.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Still ahead--many towns have old general stores..
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but the one in Buena Vista has been around since the early 1900's.
It's secret to success has been simply stocking a variety of everday items.
More when the news continues.
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[General-Store]


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Customers have been coming to the Old General Store in Buena Vista for the past 100 years--in search of everything from hand-dipped ice cream to old-fashioned soft drinks.
Kimberly McBroom has more.
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((LYNNE LORRIER/GENERAL STORE OWNER: THANK YOU. YOU ALL HAVE A GOOD DAY.)) [RUNS:02]
No one in Buena Vista remembers a time when the Old General Store wasn't here...
Opening its doors in 18-91, it's been in existence longer than the TOWN.
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((DON LORRIER/GENERAL STORE OWNER: THE BOOM WAS BROUGHT ON BY THE DISCOVERY OF IRON ORE. SO, BUENA VISTA DID NOT BECOME A TOWN UNTIL 1892, A FULL YEAR LATER. SO, IT MAY BE THE ONLY STORE THAT YOU'LL EVER BE IN THAT CAN SAY IT'S A YEAR OLDER THAN THE TOWN IT'S IN.)) [RUNS:14]
Don and Lynne Lorrier are only the store THIRD set of owners, having bought it 10 years ago.
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((DON LORRIER/GENERAL STORE OWNER: WE PRESERVED AS MUCH AS WE COULD OF THE ORIGINAL WOOD FLOORS AND TIN CEILING, AND THE SQUEAKS...EVEN THE SQUEAKS. THAT'S AN IMPORTANT THING IN A GENERAL STORE. THE FLOOR'S GOT TO SQUEAK.)) [RUNS:10]
The Old General Store is a rare place where you can buy the every- popular bib overalls on one side of the store....and fulfill all your food and hardware needs on the other side of the store.
All this, with constant reminders of the past...
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[SOT 10:53:24]

(( DON LORRIER/GENERAL STORE OWNER: WE TRY TO USE AS MANY THINGS AS WE CAN.. THIS COKE MACHINE IS FROM 1953. THE WAY TO HAVE A COKE IS IN A BOTTLE. Kimberly McBroom: In a glass bottle. LORRIER: THERE YOU GO, MY DEAR. McBroom: All right, thank you very much. )) [RUNS:14]
You can still buy hand- dipped ice cream here..
And you can enjoy a leisurely game of checkers while waiting for someone ELSE to do the shopping.
There are more than 600 items on display.
Many were purchased here years ago, when "ringing up the sale" meant just that...
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[SOT 10:59:28]

((DON LORRIER/GENERAL STORE MANAGER: SO, THE EMPLOYEE WOULD PUSH HIS KEY, AND THEN HE'D PUT IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE SALE, AND RING IT UP WITH A CRANK HANDLE, NOTHING ELECTRICAL ABOUT THIS ONE.)) [RUNS:11]
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: IN A COMPANY TOWN LIKE BUENA VISTA, THERE WAS A REAL EFFORT TO KEEP THE LOCAL ECONOMY BOOMING. THE GENERAL STORE CERTAINLY DID ITS PART...BY USING ITS OWN CURRENCY.)) [RUNS:08]
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[SOT 11:41:52 **b-roll with coin shots]

((DON LORRIER/GENERAL STORE OWNER: THEY WOULD GIVE THEM NO MORE THAN 20 PERCENT IN CASH, AND 80- PERCENT IN TRADE OR IN STORE- ISSUED SCRIPT, WHICH WAS IN THE FORM OF BRASS COINS. AND THE REALLY INTERESTING THING IS, THEY CONTINUED TO USE THOSE BRASS COINS UNTIL 1973, WHEN THE U.S. GOVERNMENT STEPPED IN AND SAID, "NAH, WE'RE THE ONLY ONES LEFT IN AMERICA MAKING OUR OWN MONEY.)) [RUNS:25]
The Lorriers say they're prices are competitive with the BIG guys..
But the most PRICELESS thing you'll find here is customer loyalty.
Bennie Fauber still comes around to shoot the breeze on occasion...he first visited the store during World War Two.
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((BENNIE FAUBER/LONGTIME CUSTOMER: WELL, IN LATER YEARS, I BOUGHT LEATHER AND THEN I BOUGHT DYNAMITE HERE FOR CLEANING UP LAND AND SO ON. Kimberly McBroom/News 7: Wow! Find a little bit of everything here then. FAUBER: YEAH. I COULD FIND THINGS HERE THAT I COULDN'T FIND ANYWHERE ELSE.)) [RUNS:12]
And while the floors DO creak...it's only because they've had to carry a slow, but steady parade of happy customers.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Buena Vista ))
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Big South basketball returned to Your Hometown Station yesterday afternoon with out LIVE telecast of Radford's 97-to-68 win over Liberty.
Mike Stevens and Ron Shelburne called the game, and they now join us for a recap.
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[S-Tech]


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Virginia Tech picked up a win at the Cassell yeserday Eddie Lucas scored 19 points as the Hokies beat Dayton 58 to 55.
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Bobby Hussey and Oliver Purnell talking hoops before the start of the game.
And the Hokies go to Rolan Roberts who gets it started with this two hand monster jam.
The flyers would answer as Tony Stanley takes the ball cuts along the baseline for the tough duece.
Then down by three, Tech's Brendan Dunlop steps up behind the arc for the three to tie at 20.
[SUPER=33-Virginia Tech/58/Dayton/53/;]


Dayton's Yuanta Holland would come up with the basket for the Flyers but Tech holds on for the 58 to 55 win.
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[S-UVA]


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North Carolina hit a basket with 1 second on the clock and the Tar Heels beat Virginia 67 to 66 in Charlottesville.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/ABC SPORTS; :]


Pete Gillen setting up a play as his Cavaliers prepare to retrun to the floor.
Carolina would jump out to the early lead Ed Cota hits the jumper for the score and a six point lead.
Then the Tar Heels would score again this time Ronald Curry who gets booed at U-Hall hits the three pointer to make it 11 to nothing.
Virginia would make a small run on this play Donald Hand steps up and hits this three pointer.
[SUPER=33-Virginia/66/North Carolina/67/;]


The Cavaliers keep it outside on this play Adam Hall hits the three and North Carolina goes on to win it 67 to 66.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]


Radford wins at the Demon Center. More when we return.

[S-ODAC]


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The Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament opened at the Salem Civic Center yesterday.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Roanoke vs Va. Wesleyan; :]


Roanoke rolls into the Civic Center for the final game of the evening.
Virginia Wesleyan gets it out on the break to Petrillo throws the pass to Jason Nickerson for the Layup and a 5 point Marlin lead.
But the Maroons come right back Robbie Pridgen drives the ball up court pulls up and hits the jumper and the Maroons had a 3 point lead.
[SUPER=33-Roanoke/83/Va. Wesleyan/94/;]


Roanoke's Brad Dunleavy works the baseline passing to Alex Phillips for the easy layup and Virginia Wesleyan goes on to win it 94 to 83.
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[S-Scores]


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Hampden-Sydney, and Emory and Henry also won in the ODAC tournament. And here's all of tonights college scores.
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, Ricky Rudd leads qualifying at the Rock Jeff Burton wins the Busch race in Rockingham.
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[VO-NAT]


And the Roanoke Express and Charlotte checkers took center ice at the Roundhouse tonight.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express was back in the Roundhouse last night for a game with Charlotte.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Roanoke vs Charlotte; :]


Daniel Berthiume looking to break out of his slump against the Checkers.
The Express come out hot Scott Campbell shoots and misses but Dan O'Connell skates in and puts home the rebound and the Express led 1 to nothing.
Roanoke would extend the lead when Mark Cadote gets out on the break and slips the puck by the goaltender with a defender all over him to make it 2 to nothing Express.
[SUPER=38-Roanoke/7/Charlotte/4/;]


The Checkers come back as J.F. Aube tips home the shot by Lewis Bernard and Roanoke goes on to win it 7 to 4.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]


That's it for sports. Have a great day everybody.

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Ricky Rudd will start on the pole in tomorrow's Dura Lube Big K Mart 400.
Rudd's speed was 157 point 241 miles an hour and its his first pole in 4 years.
And now here's a look at the top 25.
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[SUPER=0107-6. Rusty Wallace//7. Mike Skinner//8. Brett Bodine//9. Bobby Labonte//10. John Andretti//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Dale Jarrett//12. Ken Schrader//13. Terry Labonte//14. Kenny Wallace//15. Kevin Lepage//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Bobby Hamilton//17. Joe Nemechek//18. Dale Earnhardt//19. Kyle Petty//20. Tony Stewart//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Ward Burton//22. Kenny Irwin//23. Jimmy Spencer//24. Jerry Nadeau//25. Ted Musgrave//;]
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Rick Mast took a provisional and will start 42-nd.



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Dale Earnhardt Junior crashed coming from the back of the pack and that opened the door for Jeff Burton to win his first race at the Rock.
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Burton would take the lead on the re start after the crash. He led a total of 71 laps and he would take a 3 second lead on the field and take the checkered flag winning the Alltell 200 in a car that was completely rebuilt.
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Mark Martin was second, Matt Kenseth third, Randy Lajoie fourth and Casey Atwood fifth.



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