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Meet some of the Harlem Ambassadors
Tickets can be purchased in advance at all Faulkner County First Security Bank, Simmons First National Bank, and Summit Bank branches. Tickets are also available at Gary Cox, CPA (811 Parkway); the and at the Faulkner County 

Bulletin Exclusive: Living in the shadow of cancer
Friends of Kelly and her family have set up an account at First Security Bank. Kelly is grateful to the community for the financial help she's already received. “This community has really helped me and my family,” Kelly said. “I can't even express the

Sanson begins campaign for County Treasurer
He was previously employed with First Security Bank and Merrill Lynch. Sanson has said that he running for the office because he “wanted to give back to his community and work for the citizens of Faulkner County.” His experience includes budgeting and 

Banking on Christmas joy
First Security Bank Branch Manager Pat Dorr and the Eloise McClinton Head Start Center have partnered together for nearly 20 years to find a needy family and buy Christmas gifts for the kids. This year, Amberlynn Bratton and her four children are

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First Security Bank names VP – commercial banking officer

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 15, 2018) — Tim Richardson has been named vice president – commercial banking officer at First Security Bank. He will be working with small business and commercial clients from the Banking Center, located at 345 Ruccio Way.

“Having Tim join the First Security Bank Team is very exciting. I have no doubt he will do an excellent job working with local businesses, helping deliver them the banking solution that works best for their needs,” said Lesley Fluke, senior vice president – market executive. “Between his experience, positive attitude and desire to be a part of the Lexington community, he really brings a lot to the table.”

Richardson joins First Security Bank with an extensive banking background. He has spent the last seven years in a vice president role and brings with him comprehensive banking, credit and wealth management knowledge. Richardson has been recognized for exceeding client expectations and company goals while upholding company values with utmost integrity.

Way We Were: In the winter of '64, a braking point

The term "off the rails" barely needs an explanation. The phrase makes it clear that a calamity has occurred – the only question remaining is how bad the situation may be. Today we will investigate an "off the rails" incident in Park City that happened on March 9, 1964.

Fay Dearden, Union Pacific Railroad station agent for Park City, waved goodbye as the "local" began its 70-mile return to Ogden. Fay exemplified the professionalism associated with the Union Pacific. He knew well the challenges of running a railroad, especially during winter in the Wasatch Mountains.

As the two GP-9 engines and one caboose rumbled away, Fay glanced at his watch – it was 3:00 p.m. – and returned to the warmth of the station. The winter of 1963-64 had been brutally cold with temperatures averaging 20 degrees below normal along the Wasatch. In February, only one day exceeded 32 degrees, with 12 nights below zero. March continued the frigid trend with evening temperatures below zero and daytime highs below freezing. Sunday, March 8 delivered heavy snow that persisted into Monday, creating havoc for drivers and disrupting rail operations.