Napoleon State Bank officially begins construction in Greensburg

first_imgPictured Left to Right ; NSB Employees & Directors: Jennifer McIntosh, Steve Harmeyer, Christy Sutton, Mark Fry, Leslie Kessens, Joe Moorman, Wayne Peetz, Mark Comer, Tony Gutzwiller (Bruns-Gutzwiller Project Manager), Irvin Harmeyer, Bob Welling (K4 Architecture), Jeffry Klump (K4 Architecture)Napoleon, In. — The Napoleon State Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new banking facility on Lincoln Street in Greensburg, Indiana, next to Pizza King. The new facility will be the companies’ second branch in Greensburg and will be an extension of the branch on Westridge Parkway.“Breaking ground on this new banking facility signifies our commitment to, and investment in, the future of our community,” said Mark Comer, President and CEO of The Napoleon State Bank. “This is an exciting time in our 115-year history as a locally owned bank. We look forward to furthering our customer relationships with the personal care of locally owned banking.”The construction of the 3,493 square foot facility is scheduled to be completed late Spring 2019 and will offer more resources and greater convenience for the bank’s customers. The new branch will house a lending team, along with customer service staff, and will include an ATM and drive-up lanes.The new banking facility is being constructed by Batesville-based Bruns-Gutzwiller Construction Company and designed by K4 Architecture from Cincinnati.The Napoleon State Bank has been locally owned since 1903 and serves the Ripley and Decatur counties of Southeastern Indiana with locations in Napoleon, Holton, Osgood, and Greensburg. The mission of The Napoleon State Bank is to remain a locally owned financial institution, dedicated to providing a broad range of services to our customers and communities, through a friendly, trained, qualified staff that provides unsurpassed personal service to our customers. The Napoleon State Bank has a total of 55 full and part-time employees. Member FDIC & Equal Housing Lendelast_img read more

Manchester United drop place in money league but return to top spot predicted

first_img Press Association United’s return to the top of the Deloitte’s money league has been forecast despite the club dropping into third place in the latest rankings behind Real Madrid and Barcelona, mainly due to last’s season Champions League absence. However United’s return to Europe’s elite club competition and the impact of huge new adidas sponsorship deal should see United take over at the top of from the Spanish giants for the first time since 2004. Manchester United have been predicted to return to the top of football’s ‘Money League’ for the first time in 12 years as English clubs increase their financial stranglehold on the game in Europe. English clubs dominate the top 30 of the world’s richest clubs – no fewer than 17 of the 20 Premier League clubs are ranked in the top 30 – and their position will become even stronger from from next season when the huge new Premier League TV deals – expected to top £8billion over three years – come on stream. On a European level, Italian clubs’ financial struggles are continuing. Inter Milan have almost dropped out of the top 20 and are set to be overtaken by the likes of Leicester City and Southampton in future years. Real Madrid have topped the latest list, based on revenue from the 2014/15 season, for the 11th year in a row, with Barcelona leapfrogging United into second spot. Bayern Munich have fallen to fifth spot, their lowest position since 2006/07. Tim Bridge, senior manager at Deloitte, said: “Despite a reduction in revenue year-on-year, the fact that Manchester United remain in the top three of the money league demonstrates the underlying strength of the club’s business model. “The return to Champions League football, as well as the commencement of a number of significant commercial partnerships, will only strengthen the business in 2015/16. With this in mind, it would not be surprising to see United top next year’s Money League for the first time in 12 years, with the club forecasting revenues of around £500million.” In the latest rankings, Arsenal have gone above Chelsea into seventh place, one behind Manchester City while Liverpool are the other Premier League club in the top 10, in ninth spot. English were also helped by a 10 per cent strengthening of sterling against the euro and a record nine Premier League clubs are now ranked within the top 20 including West Ham. Bridge added: “Despite disappointing performances by Premier League clubs in recent European competitions, they continue to lead the way in revenue terms. This is again testament to the phenomenal broadcast success of the English Premier League and the relative equality of its distributions, giving its non-Champions League clubs particularly a considerable competitive advantage internationally. “With the new round of Premier League broadcast deals set to deliver greatly improved domestic broadcast revenues in 2016/17, we expect to see Premier League clubs cementing their places in the top 30 in the coming years, with potential for some of these to climb into the top 20.” The financial strength of the Premier League helps explain the competitiveness within the league – the likes of Everton, Stoke and West Ham can now outbid many of the top clubs in Italy, Spain, Germany and France for players. The Deloitte Football Money League (2014/15 revenue in millions of euros): 1 Real Madrid (577m euro), 2 Barcelona (560.8m), 3 Man Utd (519.5m), 4 Paris St Germain (480.8m), 5 Bayern Munich (474m), 6 Man City (463.5m, 7 Arsenal (435.5m), 8 Chelsea (420m), 9 Liverpool (391.8m) 10 Juventus (323.9m). 11 Borussia Dortmund (280.6m), 12 Tottenham (257.5m), 13 Schalke (219.7m), 14 AC Milan (199.1m), 15 Atletico Madrid (187.1m), 16 Roma (180.4m), 17 Newcastle (169.3m), 18 Everton (165.1m), 19 Inter Milan (164.8m), 20 West Ham (160.9m). 21 Galatasaray (159.1m), 22 Southampton (149.5m), 23 Aston Villa (148.8m), 24 Leicester (137.2m), 25 Sunderland (132.9m), 26 Swansea (132.8m) 27 Stoke (130.9m), 28 Crystal Palace (130.8m), 29 West Brom (126.6m), 30 Napoli (125.5m). last_img read more

Young ‘Soca Warriors’ in action again

first_imgTHE Brian Williams coached U-20 ‘Soca Warriors’ will again be in action at the Leonora Stadium when they confront a combined selection of Elite clubs this evening from 19:00hrs.Last Friday, the visitors defeated an Alpha United selection 2-1,at the said venue and today Head Coach Brian Williams is expecting another win as he continues preparation of his charges for next month’s CFU U-20 finals to be staged in Curacao.The ‘Dreadlocked’ Williams, who made his senior International debut for T&T here in Guyana in 1979 against Suriname, in a World Cup play-off, expects another positive result tonight with his ‘second string’ squad.The Young ‘Soca Warriors’ visit here, on a one-week training camp, also gives Guyana’s Golden Jaguars head coach Jamal Shabazz an opportunity to look at the local-based players in the provisional squad,selected for next month’s crucial 3rd round matches against Suriname and Jamaica.Among the local stars expected to be on show tonight for the combined selection are: Vurlon Mills, Dwight Peters, Dwayne Jacobs, Dominic Garnett and Trayon Bobb.last_img read more