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Staff report

Kristen Reese Williams and Dennis Jackson, both of Paducah, have been appointed by Gov. Matt Bevin to the judicial nominating commission for the 2nd judicial circuit, District of Kentucky. Williams, a small business owner, and Jackson, a retired educator, will both serve a term expiring Jan. 1, 2020.

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Computer Services, Inc. has been recognized by CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, as one of the largest managed services providers in North America for the fourth consecutive year on its 2017 Solution Provider 500 list. The annual ranking recognizes the industry's top technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants whose managed services allow customers to leverage technology, receive value from their IT investments and advance operational efficiencies. CSI offers financial cloud services exclusively to banks and credit unions across the U.S.

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Laura Grumley has joined The Paducah Bank and Trust Company as assistant director of marketing. She has a bachelor of science degree in public relations from Murray State University and more than 10 years experience in higher education, healthcare and working with nonprofit organizations. Grumley most recently worked in patient relations at Baptist Health Paducah.

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River Metals Recycling, with nine locations, including Paducah, recently participated in two safety-related events, OSHA's Safety + Sound Week and the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries' National Safety Stand-Down Day. The events are designed to focus on a safe and healthful workplace. RMR is the largest scrap recycler on the Ohio River with locations in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.

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City National Bank, Metropolis, announces the following appointments and promotions:

â ¢ Ben Schmidt has been promoted to executive vice president and appointed to the to the CNB board of directors. Schmidt has been employed with CNB for the last 27 years; most recently as senior loan officer/vice president. He has served in various capacities during his time at CNB, with an emphasis on serving the farming community throughout Massac and surrounding counties.

â ¢ Richard Kruger, of the Metropolis law firm Kruger, Henry, and Hunter, has been appointed to the CNB board of directors. Kruger has been a partner in the Metropolis law firm since he founded it in 1973 and has since participated in growing this firm to be the largest in southernmost Illinois. Kruger owns and operates a 140-head commercial beef cow-calf operation on his family farm near Round Knob, and has served the community in a variety of capacities.

â ¢ Margaret Rzechula has been promoted to vice president. Over the last 14 years, Rzechula has served in many capacities with CNB, most recently as assistant vice president. She has also invested time and energy into the local businesses community serving as president of the Greater Metropolis Tourism Board and as treasurer of the Metropolis Area Chamber of Commerce.

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The board of directors of FNB Bank recently honored George J. Covington, Jr. for his over 16 years of service to the bank as a director and director emeritus. Covington, a Graves County resident, has developed and maintained a reputation as an exceptional businessman and agent through his over 43 years of service to Mayfield Insurance Agents and Peel and Holland. In addition, he served on the city of Mayfield city council for two terms and as a member of the board of trustees for the Kentucky State Employees Retirement system for seven years, and as director of First Federal Savings and Loan for 30 years.

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FNB Bank has received an "outstanding" rating from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for its commitment to the Community Reinvestment Act, by meeting the needs of the communities its serves, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. Banks are evaluated on a variety of information pertaining to the communities they serve. After several weeks of review by regulators, an overall rating is assigned each bank using a four-tier rating system: outstanding, satisfactory, needs to improve, or substantial noncompliance.

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