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Prairie Bank of Kansas

About Prairie Bank of Kansas

Our History

Prairie Bank of Kansas is an independently-owned Kansas bank, providing banking products and services since 1886. Originally organized under a National charter in Stafford, KS, the bank started as Farmers National Bank. On January 31, 1993, the bank purchased the location in Buhler, KS, and in October 1997, purchased the Inman location. In 2009 the Hutchinson branch was built on East 30th and opened in August of that year. Still under the same ownership, in 2013 the bank switched to a State Banking charter and updated its name to Prairie Bank of Kansas.

Prairie Bank now operates under a State Banking charter and still provides for a Board of Directors that is elected during the Annual Stockholders Meeting. Senior management reviews and evaluates all significant issues prior to submission to the Board of Directors for approval.

Prairie Bank provides a full range of banking products including checking accounts, savings, CDs and IRA accounts. In addition, Prairie Bank provides a full range of loans including commercial and consumer loans and electronic banking services.

Prairie Bank has grown from a modest beginning with one location and a small staff, to a bank with four locations and continues to grow in asset size. Prairie Bank of Kansas Board of Directors and Management are also reviewing new locations and opportunities for expansion and growth.

Prairie Bank enjoys an excellent reputation, not only with its customers, but also with other business and industry peers.