Employees Give Back During Health Crisis

5/14/2020 by Kelley Himmelberg

As a community bank, we have been invested in our local community from the first day we opened our doors in 1999.

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Best of Preps Award Format Changes for 2020

5/8/2020 by Pat Phalen

With cancellations happening all over the country, it’s probably no surprise that the State Journal-Register had to find a new way to honor this year’s top high school athletes.

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Dreamland Became Real for John Bishop

2/13/2020 by Rhonda Lash

One of the lesser-known moments from the Civil Rights movement includes a story about Dreamland Bar-B-Que, which originally opened as Hillside Café in 1958 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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Nicodemus, KS Role in Post-Civil War America

2/12/2020 by Tom Whooley

One of the lesser-known stories of the is Civil Rights movement took place in Nicodemus, KS, which was the first settlement of freed slaves west of the Mississippi.

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Helping Others Drives Richard Lewis

2/6/2020 by Joshua Ishmael

As Loss Mitigation Assistant for the last six years, INB’s Richard Lewis worked with customers who truly needed his assistance – and it’s a role that motivated him every day.

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