July 18, 2022

Becky Bechtol

Anna Rebecca “Becky” Bechtol was born on Thursday, August 21, 1947 at 2:15 pm in Denison, Texas to Rosie Lee Wall Head and William Morgan Head […]
July 15, 2022

Bill “Auntie” Turner

Bill “Auntie” (Collman) Turner passed away from this life on July 13, 2022. She was born on May 15, 1929, in Wolfe City, Texas to William […]
July 15, 2022

First United named to Forbes America’s Best Banks in Each State 2022 list

First United First United Bank announced that it has been named to Forbes’ 2022 ranking of America’s Best Banks.  The distinction is based on customer feedback and First United is one of only 133 banks in the United  States to be recognized, as well as one of only five banks in Texas to make the list, which includes a  total of 4,839 regional and community banks from around the nation.     “We are extremely honored to be included among the best banks in America, and it is made even more  special because the recognition is based on our customers’ experiences with us, as well as their trust and  confidence in our organization,” Greg Massey, CEO of First United said.     In collaboration with market research firm, Statista, Forbes surveyed more than 26,000 customers across  the nation to identify the best banks in America. Survey participants rated banks on overall customer  satisfaction, how likely they were to recommend the bank, and various facets of relationship, including  trust, branch and digital services, customer service, and financial advice.      “I am incredibly proud of our high-performing employees. This ranking emphasizes their commitment  to living our values and our desire to inspire and empower others to Spend Life Wisely. This is what  makes our organization so remarkable,” stated Massey.      First United’s purpose is to inspire and empower others to Spend Life Wisely, which includes a holistic  approach to life that encompasses financial well-being, faith, health and wellness, and personal growth.  The organization takes pride in its values of faith, family, integrity, high-performance teams, lifelong  learning, relationships and communities, and doing what is right for its employees, customers, and the  communities.     […]
July 15, 2022

Leadership Focus of Youth Advisory Board meets

Choctaw Nation The above picture shows Councilman Jess Henry meeting with Youth Advisory Board (YAB) members from District 4 at YAB’s Quarterly Conference held July 9 […]
July 15, 2022

Atlas Hoffman

Atlas Hayze Hoffman. AtlasAttingtonAtticusAttapingo, and “Pingo” for short is the name he was given. To most, that is a mouthful to say. To those that love […]
July 15, 2022

Billy Perrin

Billy Edward Perrin was born on October 1, 1939 in Miller, Okla., the son of O.T. “Bill” Perrin and Arenia Mae (Brown) Perrin. Billy married the […]
July 15, 2022

Ruth Ponder

Ruth Ann Ponder, 70, of Antlers, Okla., passed away in a tragic accident, on Saturday, July 9, 2022 in Denison, Texas. Ruth was born on May […]
July 15, 2022

Bonnie Jeanne Manus

Bonnie Jeanne (Brown) Manus was born on October 6, 1957 in Sherman, Texas to MSgt. George H. Brown, Sr. and Jewel M. (Bledsoe) Brown. She entered […]
July 15, 2022

Southeastern president elected to statewide leadership positions

SE Communications DURANT – Southeastern Oklahoma State University president Thomas Newsom was recently elected to a pair of statewide leadership positions. Newsom, who is in his […]
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