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Still to come on News 7 Saturday Morning.....

The Reverend Jesse Jackson talked to Slobodan Milosevic today about releasing the American POW's......
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and
and after a week of bomb threats....parents were monitoring the halls of one area school
We will have more those stories coming up in just a few minutes......

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[2-shot toss to Hello][1-Kosovo]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dal]
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Jesse Jackson met with Slobodan Milosevic today in hopes of freeing three American soldiers held captive by Yugoslavian forces.
Jackson met with the soldiers yesterday.
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[Vo-NAT]
They were able to video tape messages to their families.
These pictures and the soldiers statements were cleared by Yugoslavian censors:
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((STAFF SGT. CHRISTOPHER STONE/SMITHS CREEK, MI:To my wife Tricia and my son Ryan: I love you. SPC. STEVEN GONZALES/HUNTSVILLE, TX
SOT: Just thanks everybody for all your thoughts and all your prayers.

They've been needed and they're a big help. Hope we call all see the States again soon. STAFF SGT. ANDREW RAMIREZ/LOS ANGELES: Hopefully we can see you guys here soon and I can be back with my family.. Kristen and Steve's family.))
[SUPER=01-Staff Sgt. Christopher Stone/Smiths Creek, MI; :00]
[SUPER=01-SPC. Steven Gonzales/Huntsville, TX; :14]
[super=01-Staff Sgt. Andrew Ramirez/Los Angeles; :26]
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Their familes back in the states were relieved to see the soldiers in good health.
The Yugoslavian government says the release of the three soldiers is not being considered - though Jackson said he'd press that with Yugoslavian leader Slobodon Milosevic.
Meanwhile NATO leaders say the continuing attacks and the oil embargo have combined to seriously damage the Serbs' military machine.

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The National Rifle Association is preparing to open its annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, today.
The site of the convention is just 15 miles from the Columbine High School massacre.
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Gun control advocates, even lawmakers will hold a series of protests to let the NRA know its not welcome.
Meanwhile the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department is on the defensive against accusations it could have prevented the tragedy-- by knowing about Eric Harris' behavior awhile ago.
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((AT THE TIME THERE WAS NO CRIME, NO ELEMENTS OF A CRIME AND NOT SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE TO CHARGE WITH ANYTHING.))
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Two arrests have been made in connection with the case.
Police say hardware store clerk Gary (Soul) Sowell fabricated a story about selling propane tanks to Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.
And a woman was arrested for making a bomb threat.
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In our area, bomb threats and rumors have kept some students out of school.
But Scott Goldberg reports most students and parents were defiant -- showing up for class and proclaiming their schools "safe."
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((Buzzing around Hidden Valley Junior High were the grown-up hall monitors wearing yellow, there to make sure sure the kids were all right.
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((REID BARRINEAU: IT'S NOT THAT BAD. JUST DIFFERENT SEEING YOUR PARENTS WALK AROUND IN YELLOW SHIRTS EVERYDAY.))
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The students said they were cool with moms and dads watching their every move.
They were also fed-up after a week that started with a bomb threat and ended with a parade of rumors.
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((I THINK IT WAS A STUPID PRANK SOMEONE PLAYED. COLORADO WAS REALLY TRAGIC. FOR SOMEONE TO COME INTO HIDDEN VALLEY AND DO THE SAME THING, IT'S JUST NOT RIGHT.))
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((DANIELLE RAND-BYRD: I WANT TO SEND A MESSAGE TO PEOPLE THAT WE'RE NOT THAT EASILY INTIMDATED. I DON'T THINK THERE'S A PROBLEM AT HIDDEN VALLEY. BUT I THINK IT'S A MESSAGE OF SOLIDARITY, THAT WE'RE HERE FOR THEM.))
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The parade at Raleigh Court Elementary was a celebration of school.
A message from students dressed as their favorite characters that it's time for everyone get back to the books.
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((CLARKE VANDERGRIFT-RALEIGH COURT PRINCIPAL: WE'RE SORRY SOME OF THE SCHOOLS HAD A BAD TIME THIS WEEK. WE'RE DOING SOMETHING VERY POSITIVE FOR THE CHILDREN.))
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On Monday administrators hope everything will get back to normal.
On Friday at Raleigh Court, they were happy to see this long week end on such a high note.
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((NATSOUND: MORE BAGPIPE))
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Scott Goldberg, News-7.))

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Still to come on News7 Saturday Morning.......

Author Richard Weaver is here LIVE in our studio. We will talk with him about his new book AROUND LEXINGTON VIRGINIA.......

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PLUS.......a little later in sports we will have highlights of Game 1 of the ECHL Northern Conference final. but first here are the lottery numbers.....
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[go straight to bump][Switched-Babies]


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There is a new twist in the legal case regarding the two babies switched at birth at the University of Virginia hospital in 1995.
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State officials say they won't settle with Paula Johnson as long as she insists on appealing the two million dollar settlement.
Johnson filed a notice last week saying that she will appeal the agreement reached with the Chittum and Rogers families who are raising her biological daughter, 3-year-old Rebecca Grace Chittum. Johnson is raising Callie Marie Jewel Conley.
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A Natural Bridge couple retired from Burlington industries after 85 years of combined service.
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Several workers at Burlington lined a walkway to bid farewell to Sheridan and Audrey Watkins yesterday.
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((SHERIDAN WATKINS: I THINK WE'LL MISS THE PEOPLE MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE BECAUSE THEY'RE LIKE A FAMILY TO US. WE'VE BEEN IN HERE ALL THESE YEARS AND THIS IS ALL WE'VE EVER KNOWN. I'VE BEEN HERE ALL MY LIFE EVER SINCE I WAS 18 YEARS OLD AND THIS IS ALL I KNOW.))
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For the past three years the Watkins have worked various shifts, on a seven day a week schedule.
Management treated the pair to dinner Thursday.
And, yesterday co-workers gave them gifts--including a puppy named "Cookie."
The Watkins also enjoyed a free limo ride back home.
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((AUDREY WATKINS: WE'VE NEVER RODE ONE, SO THIS IS EXCITING.))
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Now that they're retired, the Watkins plan to go on trips and see more of the country.
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The chili cookoff gets fired up later today on the City Market. We get started early with Don Mankie-- who proves chili can still be chili without the meat.
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[Dissolve to Chyron 7153]
If you are interested in this recipe all you need to do is send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the address on your screen or you can check out our web site under the weekend morning's section. And, don't forget if you'd like to cook your family recipe on the weekend diner, send in a note with your recipe, name, address and phone number.
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Coming up in the second half hour of News 7 Saturday Morning......

some people are planning to protest the NRA's annual meeting which begins today in Denver.

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and several local high school students spent the night in jail for allegedly making bomb threats,
we will have more on those stories coming up in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot hello][11-Radford-Prosecutor]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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42 people face charges of distributing drugs in Radford-
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Police say about 20- of those charged are students at Radford University.
The drugs include heroine, mushrooms, powder and crack cocaine.
Undercover officers with the New River Regional Drug Task Force have been working on the case for about eight months.
The newly expanded task force includes state police as well as officers from Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford, Montgomery County and Virginia Tech.
Floyd County is the latest member.
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Protestors plan to demonstrate at The National Rifle Association annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, today.
The site of the annual convention is just 15 miles from the Columbine high School massacre.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Littleton, CO.;]


Gun control advocates, even lawmakers will hold a series of protests to let the NRA know its not welcome.
Meanwhile the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department is on the defensive against accusations it could have prevented the tragedy.
Police actually started watching Eric Harris a year ago after reports the teenager detonated pipe bombs and talked of committing mass murder.
But without proof there was little they could do.
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((I THINK WE'VE LEARNED A LESSON.. WE'VE ALL LEARNED A LESSON ON THE 20TH OF APRIL THAT WE NEED TO TAKE IT A LOT MORE SERIOUSLY.))
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Two arrests have been made in connection with the case.
Police say hardware store clerk Gary (Soul) Sowell fabricated a story about selling propane tanks to Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.
And a woman was arrested for making a bomb threat.
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The number of students arrested for making bomb threats to local schools continues to rise.
Two Gretna High School students will spend their weekend behind bars.
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Police arrested 18-year old Shawn L. Barley yesterday morning.
18-yearold Robert Dessay (Duh-SAY) Davis was arrested Thursday.
And a 16-year old student arrested yesterday is in a juvenile detention center. His name was not released.
Police say the three students phoned in a fake bomb threat from a payphone inside the school Thursday.
The two 18-year old students will be held without bond until they appear before a Pittsylvania County judge on Monday.
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Throughout the Roanoke Area... nine students have been arrested in connection with school bomb threats made over the past few days.
In the city alone, the number of students arrested is up to five.
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[Take Pinnacle page]
City police say one student each from Patrick Henry, Breckenridge and Jackson face bomb threat charges. [Next Page]
Two others, from Ruffner and Woodrow Wilson are charged with making a hoax bomb.
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And in the county, two Northside High students are charged with making bomb threats, along with one each from Glen Cove and Hidden Valley.



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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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Still to come in the second half hour of News 7 Saturday Morning......

Author Richard Weaver returns to talk about his New book Around Lexington Virginia.

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and In this week's Time Off, if you are thinking about planting herbs this Spring.. Kimberly McBroom visits a Rockbridge County herb farm that can help educate you on the plants.

....... but first here are the bestselling books of the week.
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[soft music under][11-Brown]


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Sheriff Mike Brown is hoping to keep his position as Bedford County's top cop.
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About 70 supporters came out yesterday as Brown announced his run for re-election. Sheriff Brown says he has fulfilled his promises to the county, including fighting crime on the Internet.
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[12:12:57] ((SHERIFF MIKE BROWN/ BEDFORD CO.: IN FACT WE'VE BEEN SO SUCCESSFUL, WE HAVE BEEN INVITED TO CAPITAL HILL TO DO A FULL CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING TO THE CONGRESSIONAL INTERNET CAUCUS.))
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Brown says his department has also been successful in its war on drugs and program to make schools safer. So far no one has entered the race against the sheriff. He is hoping to win his second term in November.
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Grand finale celebrations have already started at Washington and Lee -- for the university's 250th anniversary.
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Banners have been put up throughout the area in honor of the occassion.
The celebration also includes a special reunion weekend.
And thousands of alumni in Lexington and across the country are expected to take part in the festivities--thanks to a satellite broadcast.
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((NEIL PENICK/DIR. 250TH ANNIVERSARY OBSERVANCES: IT WILL BE BEAMED OUT ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO OVER, WELL TO 54 DIFFERENT SITES, FROM BOSTON TO HONOLULU, MIAMI TO SEATTLE AND ALL POINTS IN BETWEEN. AND, WE EXPECT ABOUT 10,000 ALUMNI BOTH HERE IN LEXINGTON WILL WATCH THE SHOW AND PARTICIPATE IN THIS GRAND FINALE CELEBRATION OF THE 250TH.))
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Also, organizers have arranged for a National Celebration Gala for alumni to be held under a huge tent set up just outside the city limits today.
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Washington and Lee is the nation's ninth oldest university.
Celebrations for its 250th anniversary started at the beginning of the school year.

[Buffalo-Springs]


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[***NOTE ANCHOR TAG!!!!!!*****]
Herbal teas and aromatherapy have been gaining mainstream popularity in recent years.
But two local herb FARMERS say they've known the benefits of these ancient plants for a quarter of a century.
In this week's "Time Off", Kimberly McBroom takes to the "healing hills" of the Buffalo Springs Herb Farm.
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((The roots of many culinary creations and medicinal concoctions lie within the soil of this 18th century farmstead in the small community of Raphine.
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: I MAKE MY SAGE TEA IN THE WINTER. IT'S THE BEST GARGLE IN THE WORLD AND IT TAKES CARE OF THE SORE THROAT AND THE ROSEMARY, OF COURSE, HAS ITS CURATIVE EFFECTS AND THEN THE AROMATHERAPY FROM MANY OF THE HERBS.)) [RUNS:13]
Don Haynie co- owns the Buffalo Springs Herb Farm with Tom Hamlin.
The pair bought and restored the 220-acre farm a decade ago.
It was a nice change of scenery for them after a long career in the floral business.
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: WE BECAME INTERESTED IN HERBS ABOUT 25 YEARS AGO BACK IN WHAT WE CALL THE "DARK AGES" OF HERBS. AND STARTED USING THEM IN OUR FLORAL WORK BECAUSE THEY HAVE A LOT OF SYMBOLISM. HERBS FOR WEDDINGS, HERBS FOR CERTAIN RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS, AND PEOPLE BECAME VERY FASCINATED WITH THAT AND I BECAME FASCINATED, AS WELL.)) [RUNS:19]
So fascinated, that he and Hamlin would eventually plant 350 varieties of herbs in several theme gardens.
Some celebrate the universe..like the "Celestial" gardens...others celebrate religion, or ancient times.
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((TOM HAMLIN/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: THE ABBEY-- THE ABBEY RUINS, ACTUALLY. THE RUINS OF AN ABBEY WE PUT THAT IN. IT'S TURNED OUT TO BE A VERY POPULAR THING. WE DO HAVE SOME SMALL WEDDINGS HERE. AND WE DO HAVE SOUND IN THERE AND LIGHTING. AND WE'RE IN THE PROCESS OF TURNING IT INTO A MEDIEVAL GARDEN. THERE WILL BE A SMALL BARN DOWN HERE AND A BORDER THAT WILL GO AROUND IT.)) [RUNS:21]
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: SPRINKLE SOME OF THIS ON AND YOU HAVE A DELICIOUS SANDWICH. SNIP IT OFF AND USE IT IN YOUR CHICKEN SALAD AND COLE SLAW...)) [RUNS:06]
Visitors to the herb farm can also enroll in various education programs, which are usually topped off with an herbal luncheon.
One lesson is how resilient most herbs are.... 90- percent of the herbs here are perennials--making them good for "carefree gardening".
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[SOT Tape 1 11:46:28]

((TOM HAMLIN/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: JUST LIKE WITH THE GARDEN SAGE HERE--WE'VE CUT IT BACK FOR THIS YEAR. BUT IN A FEW WEEKS, IT WILL BE JUST COMPLETELY COVERED WITH FOLIAGE AGAIN. IT GROWS QUITE RAPIDLY.)) [RUNS:13]
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: THEY TAKE LESS WATER. THEY'LL TAKE WIND, THEY'LL TAKE RAIN. THEY'LL TAKE COLD. THEY'LL TAKE HEAT. AND ONCE THEY'RE ESTABLISHED, THEY WILL ENDURE OUR CLIMATE BETTER THAN SAY, THE PETUNIA WILL.)) [RUNS:13]
Haynie's advice to all gardeners?
Plant an herb garden, and grow a better world.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Rockbridge County.))
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There's also a big May Day event planned at the herb farm this afternoon...featuring a May Pole dance, herbal workshops, and a performance by the Rockbridge Modern Dance Ensemble.




[2-Lexington]


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