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May_June 2017

06/15/2017
Inside this issue of the Kentucky Banker Magazine: Dodd-Frank: A Magical Mystery Tour; Good Things Are Happening, and They Are Happening Now; I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends...; Second Annual Banker Appreciation Golf Outing Begins in Bowling Green; Eight Complete First Southern National Bank Emerging Leaders Program; First Security Bank Collects Items for Operation Gratitude; Forbes Recognizes Community Trust Bancorp as One of America’s 50 Most Trustworthy Financial Companies.

March_April 2017

05/22/2017
Inside this issue of the Kentucky Banker Magazine: KBA Education: Your Bank’s Best Asset; The Results of Running an Issue Around in Circles and Getting Nowhere; The Show Will Go On, Is Your Bank Prepared?; How to Gain a Competitive Advantage; Hyden Citizens Bank Donates $10,000 to Leslie County forTeleworks Project; Dodd-Frank reform will boost local banks, communities they serve; First Kentucky Employees Donate Over $19,000 to Feeding America; Patton Named Employee of the Year.

January/February 2017

03/15/2017
Inside this issue of the Kentucky Banker Magazine: To Washington, With Love; Disconcerted & Confused; Beyond Your Comfort Zone; Betty Carol Armstrong Retires After 58 Years of Service!; KBA Officials Meet Rep. James Comer (KY-01); Battle Rages On For Banks & Bankers; The Murray Bank Names Leanne Gibbs as Employee of the Quarter; This is not where the problem lies.; FCA Chairman has Message for the FCS; Payments: The Bumpy Road Ahead.

December 2016

12/20/2016
Inside this issue of the Kentucky Banker Magazine: An Open Letter to Santa Trump; From Dodd-Frank to the Punic Wars; Hopey Holidays; Paula Cravens-Sturgeon Retires; KBA Co-Workers Reflect on their Friend and Colleague, Paula Cravens-Sturgeon; KBA Staff Profiles; Paula in Pictures: Through the Years; Brute Force Attack Fraud Attempts Starting to Reappear; Cyber Fraud Prevention: Wiring Tips; What separates our assessments from an ordinary audit?; The Rising Risk of Ransomware.

November 2016

11/15/2016
Inside this issue of the Kentucky Banker Magazine: I want to show banks the expertise that the KBA has to offer; Thankful to be an American - What Greece can teach us about modern politics.; Sometimes it’s Hard to be Thankful; Community Trust Bank Offers Tips to Thwart Ransomware Attacks; SBA Grants Kentucky Bank Preferred Lender Status; Kentucky Community Banks Dominate the Deposit Growth for the State; FCS Lenders Dominate a Ranking of the Largest Ag Lenders.