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John D. Zimmer, President and CEO of HNB National Bank, is pleased to announce the banks 125th anniversary on May 28, 2013. “The 125th year anniversary of HNB is quite an accomplishment,” said Zimmer. “We want to celebrate this milestone with all of our customers and the communities we serve.” HNB National Bank will kick off their anniversary celebration on Friday, May 24 with a cookout for customers at their
Thunderbolt Broadbrand is a new internet provider in the Lincoln County area. It is locally owned and operated by Chuck Reed, a lifelong resident of Lincoln County. “We strive to provide a great product and service,” he said. “We serve most of Lincoln County in the areas of Hawk Point, Moscow Mills, Highway 79 from south of Elsberry to south of Old Monroe and the Hwy. 47 corridor from Hawk
Peoples Bank & Trust Co. hosted their first Community Shred Day on Saturday, April 20, at the Main Bank location in Troy. This event provided community members with a safe and secure resource to shred their confidential personal and business documents. In exchange for shredding the documents, Peoples Bank requested a donation be made to the Bread for Life Food Pantry. At the end of the three-hour event, 2,100 pounds
Brandon Scott Smith, of Troy, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association®, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo. Junior members of the Association are eligible to register cattle in the American Angus Association, participate in programs conducted by the National Junior Angus Association and take part in Association-sponsored shows and other national and regional events. The American Angus Association
Kaitlyn Eversmeyer (left), a senior business major from Troy, was named the Outstanding Senior in Accounting, Business and Economics, at Central Methodist University in Fayette. Presenting the award was Sally Hackman, Division Chair.
Public Water Supply Dist. 2 of Lincoln County began the start of their sewer project with a groundbreaking ceremony. Participating in the project included (from left): Steve Brune, Boonslick Regional Planning Commission; Matt Jaspering and Brandon Kurtz, Lewis-Bade; Elsie Cockrell, district director; Charlie Day, district board president and Tina Sharp, district clerk. The first phase includes placement of 2,200 linear feet of line adding service to over 20 members. The
Steve Albart was the recipient of the “Champion of Kids” Award for 2013. This award was established in 1998 to honor special people who have enriched the lives of children in the community. Albart, born and raised in the Silex area and a graduate of Troy Buchanan High School, joined the Board of Directors of Kids In the Middle (KITM) in August, 2000. During his eight-year tenure, he served in