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|Monday, April 26, 2010|
PremierWest shares closed above the $1 mark on Friday for the first time since Feb. 1.
The recovering stock price is a sign of hope for the Medford bank, which needs to improve its shares in order to continue being traded on NASDAQ.
Read the full story at the Mail Tribune.
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