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Kentucky Neighborhood Bank is continuing to see growth and shareholders will see the bank’s dividend double once again, moving from $1 to $2, KNB President and CEO Ronnie Pence said.
It doubled at the beginning of this year from 50 cents per share to $1.
“That means the bank’s doing very well,” Pence said.
Pence said the bank had another profitable year and he feels blessed to work in Hardin County.
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