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Next on News 7 at Six... for the first time in history, female cadets join the ranks of VMI graduates... as their commencement speaker says they don't belong in combat.
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And Virginia creates one of the country's first online tributes to slain police officers.

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In sports, The N-B-A playoffs continued today the second leg of the triple crown was run today at Pimlico.
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And Washington and Lee loses in the opening round of the Division Three lacrosse playoffs.
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Crystal clear skies will continue tomorrow- The extended forecast warms up and dries out again. Details coming up. [open]
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225 VMI cadets received their degrees today..and two special graduates entered the history books.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]

Good evening, I'm Eric Earnhart.

[VMI-Graduation]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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History was made today at Virginia Military Institute...as the first female cadets graduated with class of 19-99.

Joy Sutton was at the graduation...and has the story.
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(( As the music played, the cadets marched in one-by-one...distiguished and proud.
Happy to have made it through the "rat line" and survived a stringent life at VMI.
But two cadets shared a special sense of pride...they were the first female cadets to graduate from the institution...
Melissa Graham...who graduated with distinction and a bachelor of arts degree in Psychology...
And Chih-Yaun Ho...who graduated with honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.
But these women not only had to endure the "rat line" but opposition from male cadets who didn't want them to be there.
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((MELISSA GRAHAM/VMI GRADUATE: YES THERE'VE BEEN CADETS WHO DIDN'T WANT ME TO WALK THE STAGE WITH THEM... YES I HEARD COMMENTS NOT DIRECTLY TOWARDS ME..JUST SO THAT I COULD HEAR THEM.))
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But Graham says she learned to ignore the negative words...and criticism...and stick it out.
Ho says cadets need to be accepting of one another.
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((CHIH-YUAN HO/VMI GRADUATE: FEMALE AND MALE CADETS..WE ARE ALL VMI CADETS..I AM VERY HAPPY TODAY I WAS ONE OF THE VMI GRADUATES.))
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Gordon Liddy...the man who spent years in jail for the Watergate scandal...was this year's commencement speaker... despite opposition from some faculty members.
Liddy's remarks about women not serving in combat were blunt and to the point..he said we should go back to the way things used to be.
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((GORDON LIDDY/COMMENCEMENT:THEY WERE....THAT WAS VITAL.))
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Liddy also talked about God, guns, and his time in prison...but left these words of advice for cadets.
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((GORDON LIDDY/SPEAKER: WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT YOU DO AND WHAT YOU DO YOU WILL BECOME.))
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For the cadets, their family and friends it was a day they will always remember...but for VMI today is a day that will go down in history... as the first female cadets make their launch into the world as VMI graduates.
Joy Sutton, News-7, Lexington.))

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The showdown in Congress this week on gun control found Virginia's senators on the same side.
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On Friday, the Senate approved a bill that would require background checks for anyone buying a firearm at a gun show.
The measure passed by just one vote, 48 to 47.
Both Chuck Robb and John Warner voted against it.
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A few minutes later, the Senate voted to table, or set aside, an amendment that would have required Internet sites selling guns to be federally licensed.
That vote was 50 to 43.
Again, both Robb and Warner voted against tabling the bill.
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[Police-Website]


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They died in the line of duty, protecting Virginia citizens.
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Now, Virginia may be the first state in the nation to recognize them online.
The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police has produced a slain officers memorial website.
It's the brainchild of Lynchburg Chief Chuck Bennett.
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((DANA SCHRAD/VIRGINIA ASSOC. OF CHIEFS OF POLICE: HE FELT THAT MAYBE ONE OF THE BEST WAYS TO GET THE INFORMATION OUT WAS TO CREATE A WEB PAGE THAT WAS ACCESIBLE, WAS SEARCHABLE FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, WHERE YOU CAN GO IN AND YOU COULD FIND OUT WHICH AGENCIES HAD LOST POLICE OFFICERS, WHO THEY WERE, AND WHAT THE STORIES WERE BEHIND THE LOSS OF THOSE OFFICERS IN THE LINE OF DUTY.))
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The site is brand new, in time for this week, which is Slain Officers Memorial Week nationwide.
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You can reach it through the Web Watch section of our web page at WDBJ7-dot-COM.

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Officials in Brookneal are asking local citizens for some advice.
They want to know how they can make their town a better place to live in the years to come.
Steve Smallshaw has more.
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(( In three years, Brookneal will celebrate its bicentennial.. and town officials are trying to plot a course for the NEXT two hundred years.
So they surveyed Brookneal's 1300 residents, asking them what they like about their town, what it can't afford to lose and what it needs the most.
Most respondents agreed the best thing about Brookneal is its small-town flavor.. but they also feel there's room to grow.
On top of their wish list is a retail clothing store.
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((DANNY INGE/TOWN MANAGER: OUR VISION TALKS ABOUT BROOKNEAL BEING ABLE TO PROVIDE ALL THE THINGS YOU NEED FOR A GOOD LIFE, SO IT WOULD BE USEFUL IF YOU COULD BUY YOUR CHILD'S PAIR OF SHORTS THAT THEY NEED FOR SCHOOL TOMORROW IN TOWN.)) [RUNS 13]
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Right now, those clothing dollars are spent in Lynchburg or South Boston.. but residents say if the products were available locally, they'd buy them here.
Long- time business owners like Russell Austin say they'll HAVE to if Brookneal is going to survive.
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((RUSSELL AUSTIN/BARBER SHOP OWNER: THE TOWN WOULD BE BETTER, IT WOULD GROW, THE TOWN WOULD GROW, BUT THE PEOPLE HAS GOT TO GROW WITH IT AND THEY GOT TO REALIZE THEY GOT TO SPEND THEIR MONEY HERE.)) [RUNS 09]
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((BRENDA GUTHRIE/BUSINESS OWNER: MAIN STREET IS JUST ABOUT DEAD AND ONCE THE POST OFFICE MOVES DOWN THE STREET, THAT'S NOT GOING TO HELP MATTERS, BUT PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN TO BE LOYAL CUSTOMERS.)) [RUNS 09]
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Danny Inge says Main Street isn't dead, it's just changing.
Inge expects some of the empty storefronts to be filled soon, and residents could see their wish list start to come true.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Brookneal.))
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Still ahead-- people flocked to the star city last night in hopes of a chance at stardom..
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And, this may have been the last picture ever seen at this local drive-in theatre.
We'll tell you why in a few minutes.
First, let's check in with Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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Hull's Drive-in is one of a handful still left in Virginia.
But, for reportedly the first time in about 50 years it hasn't opened for its summer season--leading some people to question its future.
Stacey Martin has more.
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((Karen and Rich Tate travelled to Rockbridge County from Frederick, Maryland to vacation and were surprised to find the drive-in they've visited for the past two years was closed.
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((KAREN TATE:VERY DISAPPOINTED. WE COME FROM WHERE WE ARE THERE ARE NO DRIVE-INS AND WHEN WE FOUND OUT THERE WAS ONE HERE THAT WAS NICE TO KNOW. WE JUST CAME IN TOWN AND THOUGHT WE'D GO TO THE DRIVE-IN AGAIN. YEAH, No luck this time around. NO WE'RE DISAPPOINTED.)) [RUNS17]
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For the Tates and several other local residents, watching movies at Hull's Drive In had become a summertime tradition.
But, while rows of cars and crowds were common last summer--this year it sits quiet and deserted, leaving some people to speculate about its future.
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((ROBERT GOODMAN:I EXPECTED TO SEE SOMETHING UP LIKE WE WON'T BE OPEN THIS YEAR OR JUST A SIGN SAYING CLOSED FOR THE SEASON OR ANYTHING. WHEN YOU DON'T SEE ANYTHING IT'S REALLY BAD AND THERE'S A BIG QUESTION MARK YOU KNOW?)) [RUNS09]
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According to the owner, W.D. Goad, the problem is out-dated projectors and equipment --that will cost an estimated 60 thousand dollars to replace.
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: THE DRIVE IN IS ONE OF LESS THAN SIX STILL LEFT IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA AND MANY PEOPLE HAVE OFFERED MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS TO KEEP IT RUNNING. BUT, IT'S STILL TOO EARLY TO TELL WHAT THE FUTURE WILL HOLD. STACEY MARTIN, NEWS 7.))
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Several people came to Roanoke last night with dreams of being in the movies.
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The film is called "The Bitter Truth" - and last night at Virginia Western Community College the director was looking for extras.
It's an independent film about a former preacher's quest to find his son, who disappeared while working on a news story.
Film-makers decided they could get more for their money shooting in the Roanoke Valley than in the Hollywood hills.

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Still ahead-- you've probably stumbled across Pandapas Pond..
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while strolling through the Jefferson National Forest.
Coming up we'll tell you a little bit about its history and the man who made it.
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One of the most attractive parts of the Jefferson National Forest is Pandapas Pond, which was the creation of an area businessman.
Kimberly McBroom has more in this week's Time Off.
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((As a developer and businessman in the 19-40s, James Pandapas originally bought this scenic piece of property for its TIMBER.
But in time, the land came to mean much more...
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((JAMES PANDAPAS/POND'S FORMER OWNER: THIS WAS A PIECE OF PROPERTY THAT WE FELL IN LOVE WITH AND IT WAS FUN TO BUILD. IN THE EARLY YEARS, WE STOCKED AND FISHED AND WE HAD OUR GOOD TIMES HERE. THERE WASN'T MUCH ELSE TO DO THEN. LAUGHS.)) [RUNS:22]
Another reason for adding the pond was to help attract engineers to Pandapas' company...
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((JAMES PANDAPAS/POND'S FORMER OWNER: THE IDEA WAS, IN BUILDING A POND WE'D MAKE THIS A RECREATION AREA AND RESERVE IT FOR JUST THE EMPLOYEES.)) [RUNS:09]
Years later, Pandapas opened the pond the public.
He says THAT was a bad decision, considering the amount of trash people used to leave behind.
Then in 19-83, Pandapas sold the land to the Jefferson National Forest for 100- thousand dollars, with the understanding that the forest service would make improvements.
Most recently, the forest service re- located some 14 miles of trails, and is even working on a handicapped- accessible path around the pond.
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((JIM LAIGNEL/FOREST RECREATION TECHNICIAN: NOW THE BIKES AND THE HORSES HAVE THEIR OWN TRAILS OUT THERE THAT THEY CAN UTILIZE. IT'S STILL A MULTIPLE- USE TRAIL, BECAUSE PEOPLE HIKE IT, AS WELL. PEOPLE COME OUT OF BLACKSBURG TO RIDE THEIR BIKES ON IT-- WALK, HIKE, OR RUN ON IT AND THEY STILL USE PANDAPAS POND HERE. WE GET ABOUT 125,000 PEOPLE A YEAR. )) [RUNS:19]
The pond is stocked with bass and trout, to the delight of fishermen of all ages.
And some people just come here for a quiet nap in the sunshine...
Even though the area is well- utilized, the forest service keeps it clean thanks to help from Boy Scout troops, local bike clubs and local senior citizens.
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((JAMES PANDAPAS/POND'S FORMER OWNER:WE STILL DONT' HAVE MANY OF THE THINGS THAT WERE PROMISED US. BUT ALL IN ALL, THEY HAVE IMPROVED THE PROPERTY. THEY ARE POLICING IT, WHICH IS A BIG ADVANTAGE, AND A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE ENJOYING GETTING INTO THE MOUNTAINS. )) [RUNS:21]
These days, the 83-year-old's health doesn't permit him to come back here very often-- it's been three years since his last visit.
But it's easy to see that he takes great pleasure in knowing OTHERS are enjoying the peaceful spot HE discovered so many years ago.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Montgomery County.))

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And coming up in sports, Jeff Gordon will start on the pole at Richmond tonight a tough day for the Generals of Washington and Lee in lacrosse today.
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And Allen Iverson leads the Philadelphia 76-ers to the second round of the N-B-A playoffs.
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Washington and Lee's Lacrosse season ended today at Wilson field as the Generals lost to Deninson in the first round of the N-C-Double-A division three playoffs.
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The Generals huddle on the sideline prior to the games opening faceoff.
Denison led 2 to nothing then Justin Walker shoots and scores the goal to make it 3 to nothing Denison.
The Big Red would add another score in the second period as Shawn O'Brian gets the score to make it 4 to nothing Denison.
The Generals would then get on the board as Matt Dugan takes the shot its blocked but he gets the rebound and scores to make it 4 to 1.
Washington and Lee gets on the board again. This time Dugan passes to Chris Brown who scores the goal to make it 4 to 2.
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But the Big Red used a strong second half as Justin Walker gets his second goal of the day and Denison wins it 17 to 7.
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The Philadelphia 76-ers have advanced to the second round of the N-B-A playoffs.
Allen Iverson scored 37 points to lead the Sixers to a 101 to 91 win over the Orlando Magic.
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The Godfather Rick Mahorn having a good time on the Philly Bench.
Nick Anderson was the man for the Magic he hits this basket inside drawing the foul but the Magic trailed 64 to 49.
Philly gets the ball out on the break George Lynch passing to Iverson for the easy basket to make it 66 to 49.
Orlando's Penny Hardaway found the outise range in the third quarter hitting this three and the lead was cut to six.
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The Magic led by 2 in the fourth quarter but Iverson led a 17 to 5 run at the 5 minute mark Philadelphia wins it 101 to 91.
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The Sixers will play the Indiana Pacers in the second round.



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The New York Yankees dropped another one this afternoon to Chicago losing to the White Sox this time 12 to 4.
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Don Zimmer with a look of concern on his face.
And this is why. Greg Norton gets all of this pitch sending it over the right field wall for a two run homer and the White Sox led 3 to nothing in the second.
Still in the second. Magglio Ordonez hits a line drive down the right field line into the corner two more runs score and the White Sox led 6 to nothing.
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The Yankees would get on the board in the fifth when Chilli Davis smokes this pitch over the right field wall for a solo homer but the White Sox beat the Yankees 12 to 4.
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13 horses went to the gate for the 124-th running of the Preakness at Pimloco in Baltimore.
Charismatic is the winner of the race lets listen to the call by A-B-C's Dave Johnson.
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Menifee was second and Badge third.




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Jeff Gordon covered the field this afternoon winning the Pole position for tonight's Pontiac Excitement 400 at the Richmond International Raceway. Gordon set to make his 2-hundreth career Nascar Winston Cup start turned the oval at a speed of 126.499.
Kenny Wallace will start on the outside and here's a look at the rest of the field.
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Mill Mountain theatre is going public with its efforts to raise more money for its 35th anniversary campaign.
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Theatre officials are trying to raise a total of 1-point-five million dollars to convert the old Shenandoah Hotel into a new educational site.
The facility will provide a Theatre Library, rehearsal halls and rooms for children's theatre classes.
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