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CNB donates $45,000 to St. Luke Foundation

CNB donates $45,000 to St. Luke Foundation

Representatives from Central National Bank presented a check for $45,000 to the St. Luke Hospital Foundation in Marion last Friday for St. Luke’s “Moving Forward Together” campaign. Partici­pa­ting in the presentation from St. Luke Hospital & Living Center are (from left) Jeremy Ensey, CEO, and Roger Schroeder, marketing director and executive director of the SLH Foundation. Representing Central National Bank […]

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CNB recognized for 125 years as a national bank

CNB recognized for 125 years as a national bank

Ed J. Rolfs (middle), chairman emeritus of Central National Bank, accepts a framed certificate recognizing CNB?s 125 years as a nationally charted bank. Present?ing the certificate is Keith Osborne on behalf of the Office of the Comp?trol?ler of the Currency, an independent bureau in Washington, D.C., that regulates and supervises all national banks in the U.S. With Ed J. Rolfs […]

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Fall harvest surpasses wheat harvest for many

Fall harvest surpasses wheat harvest for many

From smaller wheat harvests and larger fall harvests, to businesses opening, closing and coming, 2014 proved to be an eventful economic year for Marion County. January Officials with Mid Kan?sas Cooperative Association said the year-long project to build a high-speed loading facility west of Canton along U.S. High?way 56 could be completed by the end of August. The grain shuttle […]

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Central National donates $20,000 toward arts center

Central National donates $20,000 toward arts center

Mike Padgett (left), Central National Bank president, and Sara Girard, CNB executive vice president present Tabor College president with a check for $20,000 for toward the future Shari Flaming Center for the Performing Arts. Tabor College photo Central National Bank President Mike Padgett presented a $20,000 donation to representatives from Tabor College Monday in the Wohl?gemuth Music Education Center on […]

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Bank on it

We affirm Central National Bank for helping to establish a micro-loan program that should give people participating in Circles Marion County one more tool that could help them move beyond poverty and into a more stable and healthy financial situation (see Page 13). Not only did Central National agree to host the program, it contributed $5,000 to get it going. […]

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