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On News 7 -
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The price of Black heritage versus new school construction in Appomattox. Parched earth prompts the feds to declare drought disaster areas. Roanoke officials pledge to work with the County on water. And hundreds die in a train wreck in India.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Stay up with us. News 7 at 11 is next.
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[Appomattox-School]


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Hundreds of people turned out for a public hearing tonight on the issue of what to do with the existing Appomattox Elementary school.
Steve Smallshaw tells us citizens are at odds over whether the current school is historic or just plain old.
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(( On the surface, it seems like an easy math question.. should you build a brand- new elementary school for 10-point-8 million dollars or spend even MORE money to renovate the existing school.
Educators who have sweated out the years at Appomattox Elementary say they know the answer.
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((NANCY WILLIAMS/FAVORS NEW SCHOOL: GIVE US A SCHOOL THAT'S NOT OVERHEATED AND OVERCROWDED. WE HAVE A HARD TIME IMAGINING HOW THIS BUILDING CAN BE RENOVATED WHILE WE'RE HERE.))
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But some say progress would come at the expense of heritage.
Appomattox Elementary is built around the old Carver- Price School.. this four- room section that once stood alone as the county's only school for black children.
It was named in part for Mozella Price, who served more than 40 years as the superintendent of the county's black school system before integration.
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Carver- Price alumni, who rose to recite their school song, aren't ready to abandon that legacy.
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((MCKINLEY TANNER/FAVORS RENOVATING OLD SCHOOL: WILL A NEW SCHOOL MAGICALLY INCREASE THE QUALITY OF S-O-L SCORES OR BE A GUARANTEE THAT AN INCREASE IN PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS WILL ADVANCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL?))
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[Standup 20:40:20] ((County officials say it's likely they'll ask a second architectural group to study the project and come up with a new set of price estimates. So a decision on whether to renovate or build a new school probably won't come until after the November elections. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Appomattox.))
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[Double-Fatal]


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An accident on interstate 81 in Marion has left two people dead. It happened around 5:30 this evening. Apparently a car traveling north bound lost control, crossed the median, and struck a pickup truck traveling south. A tractor trailer traveling behind the pickup swerved to avoid the accident and went over the embankment. The driver of the pickup -- 64 year old Bradley Gallespie of Marion was killed in the accident as well as the tractor trailer driver.


[Train-wreck]


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The death toll has climbed to at least 215 in the collision of two passenger trains in eastern India.
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Rescue workers say about 200 people are still trapped in the mangled wreckage.
Two passenger trains collided head-on. The crash sparked a fire that engulfed several coaches.
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[Drought-releif]


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The Clinton Administration has declared several Virginia counties and all of West Virginia part of a federal drought disaster area.
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U-S Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman toured a farm near Charles Town- -along with both the Mountain State's U-S Senators.
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((WE HAVE WHEAT- -32 ACRES. THE REST OF IT'S HAY AND PASTURE. ))
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They got a first-hand look at the effects of the drought.
Secretary Glickman declared West Virginia and parts of five neighboring states drought disaster areas, making them eligible for low-interest loans. Thirty- three counties are on the list in Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
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[TAKE PRE PRO FULL SCREEN]
It includes these Virginia Counties: Augusta, Bath, Alleghany, Craig, Giles, Bland and Tazewell- -Highland County is also on the list.
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[Warner]


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U-S Senator John Warner is also working to provide assistance for growers in Virginia and other states.
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Warner was in the New River Valley this afternoon campaigning for fellow Republicans Barbara Chrisley and Jim Jones.

Before that, he met with experts at Virginia Tech who briefed him on the impact the drought is having on farmers.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER/R-VIRGINIA: THIS WEEK ON THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE THE AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS BILL UP AND I AND OTHER SENATORS ARE WORKING TO SEE WHETHER OR NOT WE CAN PUT IN SOME FINANCIAL PROVISIONS TO HELP FARMERS AT THIS CRITICAL TIME.))
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Warner is a former cattleman and former member of the Senate Agriculture committee.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey [WX1] [11:00pm] [08/02/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][City-Council]


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Roanoke is looking to calm the waters after last week's war of words with the county.
Scott Goldberg reports THIS week the city is hoping for action to resolve the water crisis.
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(( When Jim Ritchie spoke in front of city council, the acting city manager sounded contrite.
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((JIM RITCHIE: THE COUNTY HAS BEEN VERY, VERY COOPERATIVE.))
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It was just last week that Ritchie wrote a letter to County Supervisors Chairman Bob Johnson ... [pre pro of Ritchie's letter]
Accusing Johnson of holding the city "hostage" during its water crisis.
That was after Johnson set an August 20th deadline for working out a deal to sell the city county water.
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((JIM RITCHIE: WE NEED COUNTY WATER AND THEY REALIZE THAT.))
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City Council still isn't convinced that buying county water is the best way to refill Carvins Cove.
But it gave a vote of confidence to Ritchie and the way he's been navigating through the water crisis.
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((JIM TROUT: HE SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED AND I HOPE COUNCIL FEELS THE SAME WAY FOR HIM -- TO GO AHEAD AND KEEP WORKING ON THE PROBLEM.))
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Ritchie said city and county water teams plan get back to the bargaining table ... and he's optimistic that THIS week ideas will flow faster than angry words.
Scott Goldberg, News-7.
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[Conservationist]


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While the city is dealing with how to resolve the water crisis one man in Roanoke is working hard to conserve the water that is left. Kate Weidaw has the story.
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((WAYNE BROWN/WATER CONSERVATIONIST: YOU BRING THAT GARDEN HOSE UP HERE AND HOOK IT TO THE PUMP AND YOU WATER EVERYTHING.))
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Roanoke city resident Wayne Brown is doing all he can to save water because of the drought. Twice a week he drives to the county to fill his 100 gallon tank with recycled water but it doesn't stop there.

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((WAYNE BROWN/WATER CONSERVATIONIST: I'VE BEEN USING SHOWER WATER. I HAVE A PAN IN THE SINK WHERE ALL THE WATER GOES INTO THE PAN IF WE HAVE DRINKING WATER IF WE HAVE EXCESS WE THROW IT INTO THE PAN.))
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Even his fountain is running on recycled water.
He keeps his cars clean by hooking up this pressure washer to the tank --- it uses about 18 gallons of water.


And for those occasional rain showers a rain gauge keeps track of how much falls - then he uses it .
Brown says his efforts aren't complicated.
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((WAYNE BROWN/WATER CONSERVATIONIST: IT'S NOT REAL EXPENSIVE AND IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO FILL UP AT THE COUNTY AND IF YOU HAVE A YARD AND YOU LIKE TO KEEP YOUR PLANTS UP THAT'S HOW YOU DO IT.))
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Brown even says its fun - and hopes others will try it and agree.
Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))

[Christian-Coalition]


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In a legal battle between the Federal Election Commission and the Virginia-based Christian Coalition - a federal judge chose sides today - mostly with the Christian Coalition.
Judge Joyce Green threw out most of the charges that alleged the Coalition's contact with campaigns and distribution of voters guides to churches amounted to excessive campaign contributions for Republican candidates.
But Judge Green also ordered the Coalition to pay a civil penalty to the F-E-C for advocating Newt Gingrich's election during his 1994 bid to gain G-O-P control of the House.
She also found that the Coalition improperly shared its mailing list with the Senate campaign of Oliver North in 1994.



[Drowning]


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[TAPE#=99-20 1:23:50]
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Divers worked throughout the day searching for a Montgomery County man who apparently drowned in Claytor Lake.

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The 49- year old, who's name has NOT been released, disappeared Sunday night while swimming in Snowville.
Today state police divers searched in water more than a hundred feet deep-- with little visibility.
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((CLAY OVERHOLT/VA STATE POLICE DIVER: TO START WITH YOU CAN SEE PROBABLY TEN OR FIFTEEN FEET WITH A LIGHT, IT'S REAL SILTY SO ONCE YOU GO SWIMMING AROUND A LITTLE BIT, YOU STIR IT UP, IT GOES MOSTLY BY TOUCH AT THAT POINT.))
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A search dog was brought in from North Carolina to try to pinpoint the area where the man apparently went under.

Divers plan to resume their search in the morning.
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[Barton-funerals]


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Mark Barton's two children were among the first victims of his horrible massacre.
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Funeral services were held this morning in an Atlanta suburb for 11- year old Matthew and 7- year old Mychelle Barton.
300 mourners turned out. The Pallbearers were Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts from the two Barton children's scout troops who carried the closed caskets .
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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America's First Lady speaks candidly - she tells why she thinks the President strayed with Monica Lewinsky.
Details straight ahead.
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[VO-NAT]


And the E-P-A takes aim at crop pesticides that some scientists say cause nerve damage in infants.
Stick around.
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[Sports-Preview]


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[Hillary-TALKS]


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First Lady Hillary Clinton has a theory about why her husband strayed.
And she tells it in the Premiere issue of the new magazine, TALK.
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The first lady related a story the President's Mother told... of holding four-year old Bill Clinton during a heated argument with her own mother.
HILLARY Clinton concluded the experience left her husband always trying to to please women.
Pulitzer-prize winning writer Lucinda Franks says the First Lady didn't go into the interview intending to discuss her husband's infidelity.
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((THE MOOD OF THIS INTERVIEW CHANGES AS HILLARY CHANGES. SHE IS A VERY COMPLEX WOMAN. SHE IS SOMEBODY WHO DEFIES STEREOTYPES, AND I THINK THIS IS WHY SHE WANTED TO FINALLY HAVE SOMEBODY DO A COMPLEX PORTRAIT OF HER.))
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"Talk" is due out tomorrow.

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A federal judge said "no way" today to Virginia's efforts to get New York City into a lawsuit over out-of-state trash.
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[SUPER=04-Dept. of Environ. Quality;]


Federal Judge James Spencer says he's taking up Virginia's new trash laws on their Consitutional merits alone.
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


He called the Attorney General's efforts to get New York involved "bordering on frivolous."
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((BILL HURD/SENIOR ASST. ATTORNEY GENERAL: WELL THIS IS OF COURSE THE SUIT THAT THE MAYOR OF NEW YORK THREATENED. WHEN VIRGINIA WAS CONSIDERING PASSING ITS LEGISLATION, HE THREATENED TO SUE VIRGINIA. AND INSTEAD, HE HAS SENT WASTE MANAGEMENT AND THE GARBAGE HAULING COMPANIES AS HIS PROXY TO DO HIS LITIGATING FOR HIM.))
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Judge Spencer picked apart what he called a "mudslinging contest" between Virginia and New York.
Spencer said "A question keeps echoing around in mind: Are there still some lawyers present over there at the Attorney General's office?"
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The judge had already barred the trash laws from taking effect July first.


[Bedford-Fugitive]


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The search for a prisoner who escaped custody in Bedford County is now over.
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[VO-NAT 99-23 1:23:56]
[SUPER=04-File Tape]


32 year old Edgar Barfield - seen here in a jail house interview - was recaptured Friday in Wayne County, North Carolina.
Barfield escaped from Roanoke County deputies Wednesday when he went to use a bathroom in a Montvale convenience store.
He had been in jail in Virginia Beach for allegedly burning a cross.
Roanoke County authorities were transporting him on separate assault charges.
He will be taken back to Virginia Beach and now faces escape charges.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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Farmers say it's just another burden to bear.
Scientists say it will keep kids in good health.
Coming up - details on new pesticide restrictions.
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[VO-NAT]


And a mainstay of downtown New Castle may be expanding its horizons - but owners of the Mick-or-Mack say the small town flavor is here to stay.
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NIGHT DRAWING=

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(four, nine, eight)


Pick 4:
2-5-2-2

(two, five, two, two)


Cash 5:
5-12-15-16-24

(five, twelve, fifteen, sixteen, twenty-four)



[Pesticides]


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In a move to reduce children's exposure to toxic chemicals, the E-P-A today imposed restrictions on two of the most widely used crop pesticides in America..
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It also banned- -outright - -another one of those pesticides from use on fruits like apples and grapes.
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((OUR EXTENSIVE SCIENTIFIC REVIEW SHOWS THE CURRENT ALLOWABLE USES OF THESE TWO PESTICIDES//FAIL TO PROVIDE THE EXTRA MEASURE OF PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN.))
[SUPER=01-Carol Browner/EPA Administrator]
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[OUT Q=for children.]
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[VO-NAT]


The restrictions are targeted specifically at chemicals some scientists say cause nerve damage in infants.
But the action may be a hardship to fruit growers. Farmers say these pesticides have no inexpensive replacement and argue only traces of these chemicals reach the consumer anyway.
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[Water-System]


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Residents of one Southside community are hoping that a new project will send their water troubles down the drain.


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For three years, Sandy Level residents like Agnes Joyce have had frequent water shortages that last for days... and water that smells and tastes bad.
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((AGNES JOYCE/SANDY LEVEL RESIDENT: IT HAS A PRETTY BAD, PRETTY BAD TASTE. AND SOME DAYS YOU CAN MAYBE DRINK IT, BUT I DON'T. BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, I'M AFRAID OF SOMETHING LIKE THAT.))
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[VO-NAT]


Henry County officials said today that they're beginning construction on the site of a one-point-three million dollar water system to fix the problem.
It'll replace the privately-owned water tower that residents have paid to get their water from for decades.
The new Sandy Level water pump station will pipe in clean water from Eden, North Carolina.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Officials say they hope to have the new water system up and running early next year.
It's funded by state and county grants.


[New-Castle]


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A new look for an old favorite in New Castle.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New Castle]

The downtown Mick-or-Mack has been selling groceries since 1954. Soon shoppers will have more room--in a building five times bigger. But not everything will change--owner Harris Carper plans to keep the same friendly atmosphere that customers love.

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((HE'S ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AND HE'S REALLY SINCERE. HE REALLY IS GLAD TO SEE YOU. YOU JUST FEEL SO WELCOME.))
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[OUT Q=welcome.]
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[VO-NAT]

This is truly a family business -- Carper's father used to own it and his own two sons work there. They are all excited about the changes.
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[IN Q=It's a dream]

((IT'S A DREAM THAT I NEVER THOUGHT WOULD COME TRUE. IT DIDN'T DAWN ON ME UNTIL 3 YEARS AGO.))
[SUPER=01-Harris Carper/Store Owner]
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[OUT Q=ago.]
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[VO-NAT]

With over 40 people on staff--the new store will become New Castle's biggest employer. Carper says favorites like custom-cut meat won't change--just things like the size of the aisles and computerized cash registers.
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Lots of sports on the menu tonight, including Redskins, tech head football coach Frank Beamer and UVa offensive coordinator Gary Tranquill, and high school football
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Charlotte, NC; :]

speaking of pads, thank goodness Terrel Buckley and Hunter Goodwin of the Dolphins had them on. They got into a brawl during a recent scrimmage. neither player was hurt, Miami coach Jimmy Johnson was not pleased.
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[S-Beamer]


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The Roanoke Valley Sports Club kicked off Virginia State Football Night last night at the Salem Civic Center with talks from Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer and Virginia's Gary Tranquill.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


tranquill worked under Coach beamer in the 1994-95 season as the Hokies offensive coordinator. After that season, Tranquill left for other college and NFL coaching jobs before landing at Virginia for this upcoming season.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Football Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Gary Tranquill/Virginia Offensive Coordinator; :12]
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[OUT Q=.....nature of the game"]
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[S-VMI]


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Six former VMI athletes and a former atthletic director will be inducted into the VMI hall Sports Hall of Fame next month. Track stars Tim Bridges and Jeff Roseme, lacrosse player Dave Hope, Basketball standout Karl Klinar, swimmer Brad Lampshire and former A.D Tom Joynes will be honored,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Frostburg, MD; :00]


along with former Washington Redskin reciever Mark Stock. He was the Keydets forst consensus All-American in football, named to four all-american teams in 1988 as a wide reciever. He retired in 1996 after stints with the Skins, and Colts.
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[S-Salem]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sp-38 TC 1:31:39]
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One of Friday Football Extra's top teams is faced with the daunting task of defending it's football state championship.
But this year a younger Salem team is taking the field.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]


Only seven starters return from last season's undefeated team--the quarterback and two backs and on defense the Spartans return the nose guard, a tackle and two linebackers.
Coach Willis White says he and his staff will work on building the offensive and defensive lines.
He says last year is history and it's time to write another chapter in the book.
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More than 70 athletes showed up for try-outs.
White says Salem has a large freshmen class and calls the sophomores "a good looking and enthusiastic bunch."
He's just hoping for a good start to the season.
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Glenvar is trying to improve on last season's four and six record. Seth Noonkester is gone at quarterback, so Junior Brandon Carroll will step into the starting position.
THe Highlanders return 15 starters, eight of those are on defense.
Coach Brian Hooker says that experience should help make needed improvements on defense.
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The Chicago bears finally signed their quarterback.
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Former UCLA star Cade McNown ended his hold out and signed a 7 year deal that could be worth 22 million with a 6 million dollar signing bonus.
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Still to come in sports, Tiger and Duval go mano y mano,
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and the Redskins hope Brad Johnson can put them back on top, training camp notes in a few.
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Frostburg has been a perfect place for the Skins training camp, considering how cold the team has been the last few years. But a couple of talented quarterbacks look to heat things up. Mike Stevens has more.
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