Our Concordia branch location has come up with the idea to start a fundraising effort called ‘Blue Jeans for Charity’. Every last Friday of the month, employees can donate $3.00 in exchange for a chance to wear blue jeans to
The newest ruse called “smishing” is a variation of phishing where cyber thugs use SMS text messaging to target mobile banking customers. Several articles suggest that we are in the early stages of mobile threats and that cyber criminals are
I can’t believe there are less than two months until Christmas. I’ve been trying to come up with ways to save some money this holiday season, so I’ve been doing a little research online. I ran across an article yesterday
Fall is my absolute, favorite season. I love the color, the smell, the weather, the holidays and the food. I’ve heard that people who are pessimistic like fall and people who are optimistic like spring. I don’t feel like a
It’s that time again! Time to put the kids to bed on time, buy school supplies and figure out where they stashed their backpacks after the end of last school year. And then, when you can’t find the backpacks – OR the lunch boxes
I’ve been doing some research lately on building my credit score. I know that within the next five years it will be time to search for and buy a house, so it seems like a good time to start preparing.
All this talk about the environment and global warming has me thinking about my part in the play called life. What do I do to “Go Green”? Am I really making that much of an impact? How can I do better?
The Topeka branches hosted “Central Secret Agent Savers Training” on Saturday at the downtown bank location. The bank partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters to plan the event, and the day was a great success. “We had eight kids attend,” said
Central National Bank celebrated the first day of business at their newest branch location with a ribbon cutting and open house this morning. The new branch is located at the corner of Ash Street and Highway 77 in Junction City,
It’s hard for me to remember my first day that I started at the bank. I know I took a lot of tests to get familiar with regulations and procedures. I learned my responsibilities as a teller and where to