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Hope Calloway Unveils First Veterans Home

“The Homer Flenoy and Loretta Barrow House for Veterans will provide temporary housing to veterans and their families facing homelessness. We couldn’t be more excited about this next chapter...

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Owensboro Help Office Receives Aid

The Help Office of Owensboro, 1316 W. Fourth St., marked a half century of helping people in need last month. Now, the agency itself is in need of some...

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Horses of Hope

Donate from anywhere to help those affected by the devastating tornadoes by clicking on the link below. Please denote in the comments section when making a donation using: Horses...

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Owen the Wonderer Makes His Way To Schools

Independence Bank is unyielding in its commitment of keeping the community at the forefront of everything they do. To help spread a message of acceptance and inclusion for Disability...

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From Mayfield NY to Mayfield KY

More than a thousand miles separate Mayfield, Kentucky and Mayfield, New York. The northeastern U.S. village has a small population within Fulton County— where Richard Giardino is Sheriff. After...

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Hopkins County Humane Society Adoption Fees Covered

Independence Bank of Madisonville donated $3,000 to the Hopkins County Humane Society to help pay for dog adoption fees for December. In January, Buffie Brown and Cheri McNary, both...

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Record Number of Coats Collected

The cold winter months are even more harsh without a warm coat. Considering many local people may be in need of basic items, Morris Family Services President, Nathan Morris...

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More Barks in Independence Park

Part of Paducah’s Independence Park has now been repurposed to meet a community need. Neighbor John Park, alongside his three golden mixes, says he has been letting them stretch...

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From Soul to Sole

Over 700 western Kentucky students, who are most in need, now have a new pair of shoes. This donation is made possible through a local non-profit which is strongly...

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First Responders Receive Thank You Lunch

Independence Bank realizes the people who rush to emergencies deserve unconditional support year-round. Acknowledging the sacrifices these men and women make every day to keep us safe is especially...

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Bank Program Provides Financial Footing Through Partnership

First-year Murray State University student Jiwon Yoon recently moved to Kentucky from South Korea. She is adjusting to the American lifestyle after arriving in mid-August. “It’s perfect,” Yoon smiled....

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Popsicle Partnership Helps Boost Resource Program

An array of exhibits, exhilarating rides and elegant pageantry were not the only eye catchers at the 2021 Hancock County fair. Among a variety of eatery options, sat a...

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Independence Bank Gifts Book Vending Machine

The word ‘leadership’ is written on a wall above the Estes Elementary gymnasium doors. This phrase serves as a reminder to students of their potential to guide organizations or...

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Small-town Hunters, Big-time Impact

In a small Kentucky community, a simple lunch meeting among like-minded individuals led to arguably one of the biggest initiatives in the community to provide for those in need. ...

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Lending a Long-Distance Hand

A fast-moving storm struck middle Tennessee in the early hours of Tuesday, March 2nd. Seven tornadoes, ranging in intensity up to an EF4, touched down destroying or damaging homes,...

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Flying High

If there was anything that came from 2020, it’s that we learned how to come together. And that is the motivation behind Hopkins County’s newest partnership. “We were looking...

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Women Supporting Women

When the women of Independence Bank put their mind to something, it gets done. In 2016, after arriving to the Frankfort market, Independence Bank began to assess the largest...

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Finding Our Why

Early in 2016, Laura Miller with the Murray Rockets Special Olympics team approached our employees with an invitation to volunteer for the staging area of the Special Olympics Track...

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