FOR THE RECORD - Shenandoah Valley, August 2010

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Augusta Health Hospital in Fishersville rescinded hospital privileges to a group of University of Virginia cardiologists. The hospital said it was limiting access to doctors under contract with the facility. Augusta is building its cardiology services, with four specialists on staff and a fifth to be hired soon. (News-Virginian)

Coldwell Banker Funkhouser Realtors bought Century 21 Real Estate Unlimited, creating the largest real estate firm in the Shenandoah Valley, both in terms of agents and sales volume. The new firm will do business under the Coldwell Banker Funkhouser name. (Daily News-Record)

James Madison University agreed to buy the downtown facilities of Rockingham Cooperative, a supply store and feed mill, for $14.1 million. The move allows JMU to link some of its outlying properties with the main campus. The university also decided not to renew a lease on efficiency apartments in the former Denton Furniture building when its lease expires in July 2011. The properties are expected to continue as rental units for the general public. (Daily News-Record)

Virginia gave James Madison University $800,000 in federal stimulus funds to develop a wind turbine training facility. Focus will be placed on safety, site assessment, installation and troubleshooting for wind power units. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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