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Alliance CEO Sellers meets Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Tom Sellers, president and CEO of Alliance Bank, joined more than 100 community bankers and the Independent Community Bankers of America this week for a meeting with President Donald Trump and other top administration officials at the White House as part of the 2017 ICBA Capital Summit.

In the meeting that included Vice President Mike Pence, National Economic Director Gary Cohn and Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon, Trump said the administration is focused on addressing regulatory burdens to help community banks lend to small businesses.

“Alliance Bank was deeply honored to be invited to attend today’s historic meeting, where the president reiterated his support for community banking,” said Sellers. “Alliance Bank is proud to be in Washington this week to advocate on behalf of our industry so we can continue to serve our community and be a powerful job creator and economic engine in our markets.”

For the rest of the story, see the May 13-14 weekend News-Telegram.

Relay for Life: A night for memory and hope

The little bit of sporadic rain that fell early in the day, winds high enough to blow items off table and tent coverings, and dark clouds overhead weren’t enough to dampen the festive atmosphere for dedicated Relay For Life teams Friday night. The weather only served to provide shade and pleasant temperatures for Hopkins County’s salute to cancer battlers and fund drive for the American Cancer Society.


Veterans enjoyed DC trip

Although the seven veterans who went on DFW Honor Flight Trip 33 last week all enjoyed the sights in Washington, D.C., they were unanimous on two greater enjoyments — the people who made the trip possible and the tributes they got from people appreciating their service as veterans.


Runoff for Sulphur Springs City Council race is June 3

A unoff election to determine who will fill the Place 6 seat on Sulphur Springs City Council has been set for Saturday, June 3, according to City Secretary Gale Roberts.


Get free pre-marital help

Johanna Hicks wants to take some of the worry and struggle out of marriage for newlyweds. And the Family and Consumer Sciences Extension agent  wants help them not just for the first months or couple of years of wedded life, but for the long term.

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