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Harrison County Bank was ranked among the top 15th percentile of community banks by Seifried & Brew LLC, a community bank risk management firm.

The bank performed exceptionally well on the S&B Total Risk/Return Composite Ranking, showing that it thrived during the financial crisis.

Harrison County Bank was established in 1911 in Lost Creek and has four additional branches.

“Our bank’s century-long roots provide peace of mind for our customers and have enabled us to provide thousands of success stories for families and small businesses in the area,” said Harrison County Bank President and CEO Virgil McNemar. “Community banks improve our towns and cities by using local dollars to help families open businesses, purchase homes, finance college and build financial security.”


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