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President’s Corner – Tariffs

Sometimes, life imitates art. A good example comes from the 1986 movie classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The following represents several scenes combined of a high school history teacher (played by Ben Stein, who is still a frequent commentator on political and...

Tips for Teens – Goal Setting

I took Art during my senior year of high school, not because I didn’t meet the art requirements (I took Orchestra freshman year) but because I needed an elective to meet my schedule requirements. To some, an hour of art and Pandora may sound like a dream....

President’s Corner – Wells Fargo

Last month, my niece graduated from college. She attended a small college in the northeast with classic brick buildings and ivy-covered walls. As I was walking the campus and meeting her fellow graduates, I felt a feeling of renewal and experienced a sense of newness,...

Tips for Teens – Movie Subscriptions

There’s no shortage of articles on the Internet about dying stores, malls, and restaurants due to the internet and the younger generation. Each published article seems to blame a change in consumer habits, a failure to manage spending after the 2008 recession,...

President’s Corner – Technology

Americans are infatuated with technology. E-mail and texting has made communication faster and more efficient, even if some of our kids fail to reply to the text, “Where are you, and when are you coming home?” Technology has made shopping easier; buying...

Tips for Teens – Rainy Day Funds

It’s that time of year when Spring is supposed to be here and at the same time, the Midwest and East Coast keep getting hit with snowstorms. Hopefully the Pineapple Express will have left the West Coast by now, dawning an official Spring. Every year, right...

President’s Corner – Vandalay Industries

During an early episode of the TV sitcom classic Seinfeld, George Costanza developed his alter ego Art Vandelay. Among Mr. Vandelay’s professions was that of an importer/exporter. While researching the importer/exporter profession, I found the website Glassdoor...

New Branch Coming Soon!

We are pleased to announce that we will be opening a new branch in the Pittsburg Century Plaza Summer 2018. Please be informed that we will be closing the branch at 160 East 10th Street in Pittsburg effective April 16, 2018. In the interim, please feel free to visit...

Tips for Teens – Spring Email Cleaning

Back in November, I received a newsletter in my email inbox. I probably signed up to receive these emails back when I thought 0.05% off $500 dollars was a good deal, so I read and deleted it, thinking that would be it for a while. Later that same week, another...

President’s Corner – The Moment’s Over

After Ebby Calvin (“Nuke”) LaLoosh (played by Tim Robbins) pitched a perfect inning for the minor league Durham Bulls baseball team in 1988’s Bull Durham, he sat next to his catcher, Crash Davis (played by Kevin Costner), and they had the following...