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July 2009 Archives

July 29, 2009

MT. JACKSON -- Randy Gibson grew up on duckpin bowling, getting his first taste of it when he was 3 and becoming a regular by age 12.

Virginia's fourth annual back-to-school sales tax holiday will run Aug. 7-9.

STRASBURG -- The Lord Fairfax Soil and Water Conservation District is accepting applications for financial assistance with agricultural conservation practices.

July 25, 2009

STRASBURG -- First Bank's parent company reported second-quarter earnings of $237,000, but investors earned only a penny per share due to Uncle Sam's investment in the community bank.

BASYE -- Bryce Resort has launched a series of marketing initiatives in an effort to jump-start home sales in the area and increase tourism in Shenandoah County.

WINCHESTER -- Rutherford Crossing continues to grow with the addition of three new stores.

Gary Wolff, of ABH Services Inc. of Winchester, cleans the windows outside the new Solaris Paper Inc. distribution center in the North Shenandoah Industrial Park in Strasburg. The 400,000-square-foot facility is slated to open next month. Rich Cooley/Daily

July 24, 2009

WINCHESTER -- Unless its 200-plus workers can come up with some bright ideas to save it, the lights will go out at General Electric's Winchester lamp plant next summer.

July 22, 2009

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Valley Health's plans to acquire and build a new War Memorial Hospital have been put on hold after the Eastern Panhandle's other health care provider, West Virginia University Hospitals-East, filed a notice of opposition with the state Health Care Authority.

EDINBURG -- A digital device has put the state capital's newspaper back into the hands of readers at the Shenandoah County Library.

July 18, 2009

WINCHESTER -- The old Taylor Hotel on the downtown mall fits the city's definition of a "blighted property" and could be condemned if the owner fails to submit a plan for its improvement within 30 days.

WINCHESTER -- The "Spirit of Shenandoah" is alive and well.

July 15, 2009

WOODSTOCK -- First Bank will acquire the StellarOne bank branch at 300 W. Reservoir Road under an agreement announced Monday.

WINCHESTER -- Melco Inc. has added a contract construction division for residential and light commercial clients.

July 11, 2009

ROMNEY, W.Va. -- Officials with Hampshire Memorial Hospital and Valley Health, along with representatives from state and local government, broke ground Monday on a $35 million replacement facility on 49 acres on Sunrise Boulevard.

July 8, 2009

WINCHESTER -- AT&T has brought its third-generation mobile broadband network to the Winchester area.

WINCHESTER -- Karen Schultz, a longtime Shenandoah University faculty member and former state Senate candidate, has been named director of SU's Institute for Government and Public Service.

July 1, 2009

The region's unemployment picture continues to dash any hopes of a quick economic recovery.




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