Two local bank open houses and another appearance by Santa Claus highlight a variety of Christmas-themed events next week. Many of these events were announced recently by various local businesses and nonprofit organizations. The...Read More
Eric Kurtz, Union State Bank chief executive officer, recently announced the election of Mike Brand, co-founder of Brand Plumbing and a successful real estate developer, to the Union State Bank Board of Directors. Brand has...Read More
Eric Kurtz, chief executive officer of Union State Bank, recently announced the election of Renee Price to the USB Board of Directors. “Renee is a highly respected small business owner who is extremely active within the Ark City...Read More
Union State Bank recently announced the appointment of Arkansas City native Lance Niles as Arkansas City market president. “Lance has a solid background in the banking industry, including building a branch from the ground up,”...Read More
Country music artist Mike Warehime will perform at 7 p.m. June 10 at Steamy Joe, 216 W. Central Ave., in Arkansas City. He has pitched songs to such artists as Tracy Byrd, Mark Chestnutt, Buddy Jewell, George Strait, Clay...Read More
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