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Over a Century of Community Service
The bank was founded in 1870 by W. B. Clarke and was known as the Banking House of W. B. Clarke. It was located on the corner of 7th and Washington Streets where it is still located today. After a fire and demolition, the bank building was rebuilt on the same site in 1913.
The Comptroller of the Currency granted First National Bank of Junction City a banking charter on July 15, 1886. It was given Trust Powers and became First National Bank and Trust Co. in April 1978. The West Branch Bank was opened in 1976 and the Herington Branch in October of 1993.
“Making a Difference in Your Life - In Our Community”
We plan to make a difference in Your Life by offering convenient and secure banking using advanced technology, offering competitive rates, providing unmatched customer service, and making you proud to say “That’s My Bank”.
We plan to make a difference in Our Community by creating partnerships to increase business opportunities, support community and quality of life projects, and make the community proud to say that First National is in my community.