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Speaker to appear at legacy planning workshop

First National Bank is sponsoring a free workshop this month featuring Jolene Brown, an eastern Iowa farmer and well-known blogger, author and advocate for agriculture. Brown’s workshop, entitled “The Positives of Passing It On,” is described as an upbeat, interactive workshop taps into lessons from successful legacy business leaders and […]

Garden City DFA facility named ‘Sustainable Plant of the Year’

Courtesy DFA Dairy Farmers of America’s state-of-the-art ingredients plant in Garden City recently received the Sustainable Plant of the Year Award from Food Engineering magazine. The award was presented at Food Engineering’s Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo in Bonita Springs, Fla., and honors a newly constructed food facility […]

Hands recognized as Stockman of the Year

Finney County cattleman Sam Hands has been named the 2018 Stockman of the Year by the K-State Livestock and Meat Industry Council. The award was presented last week during the annual Stockmen’s Dinner in Manhattan. A fourth-generation cattleman, Hands began his career in the beef industry in 1957 by purchasing […]

FNB supports local FFAs

First National Bank wanted to show our deepest gratitude to everyone involved in agriculture. We realize the importance of the hard work, and struggles those in agriculture overcome.  First National Bank donated to all local FFA Chapters (Future Farmers of America) in recognition of National Thank A Farmer Day today, […]

Grant Co Fair Annual Antique Tractor Pull

From American Implement: “It was great to watch American Implement employees, James McGuire (Location Manager, Walsh), Albert Waugh (Service Manager, Hugoton) and Keith Wood (Sales, Ulysses) participate in the Grant Co Fair Annual Antique Tractor Pull tonight!”

American Implement at the Hugoton Parade

From American Implement: “This weekend we had a great time at the Parade in Hugoton! Lots of AWESOME John Deere equipment and wonderful people! Thank you Rodney Boese, Jahan Wiebe, Albert Waugh and Matthew David Rome for driving. We  our communities! ”