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Stressing is Good Stressing is Good

Stressing is Good

Posted on May 23, 2023 by Published by
In an ever-evolving financial landscape, community banks and credit unions serve as the backbone of local economies. They provide essential financial services to individuals and small businesses. Accordingly, it is imperative to assure the long-term health of these institutions if [read more...]
Do Your Job Do Your Job

Do Your Job

Posted on April 13, 2023 by Published by
When my parents caught me paying attention to things that did not pertain to the task at hand (generally involving something I was bored with), the refrain was, “Stick to your knitting”. This was rather strange, as I don’t know [read more...]
Are We There Yet? Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

Posted on February 16, 2023 by Published by
As kids, my siblings and I always looked forward to visiting our grandparents in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  It was a very long trip to the U.P. from our home in Lansing prior to the construction of the interstate [read more...]
Watch Out Watch Out

Watch Out

Posted on December 2, 2022 by Published by
Picture yourself out walking, running, biking or most any other activity with a friend. You hear someone (particularly your friend) shout, “Watch out!” What is your immediate reaction? I know mine would be to stop, look up, look forward, and [read more...]
A Subtle Theft A Subtle Theft

A Subtle Theft

Posted on November 7, 2022 by Published by
If you know a thief is coming to steal your property, there is high probability that you would take precautions to stop the theft. But what if that “thief” is like carbon dioxide. A colorless and odorless gas and you [read more...]