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We are celebrating over 100 years of service to the community by launching a new web site. It is part of our continued commitment to providing old-fashioned, personal service with modern banking.

BCM will never request or encourage private, personal information be sent via this website.

Bank of Cairo and Moberly has once again received a financial strength rating of "A" or "Excellent" from Weiss Ratings, the nation's leading independent provider of ratings and analyses of financial services companies, mutual funds, and stocks. Fewer than seven percent of the nation's banks and thrifts meet Weiss Ratings' criteria for exceptional financial strength.

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BCM is a Federal Reserve Member and has been FDIC insured since January 1, 1934. To learn more about FDIC Insurance and how you are protected through BCM CLICK HERE for a short instructional video, or stop into one of our branches and let our friendly representatives explain your protection.

NOTE: The video requires a high speed connection to view. Please be patient if the video pauses frequently on slower connections. If you cannot view the video, feel free to stop into one of our convenient locations and one of our friendly representatives would be happy to view the video with you.

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — North America's tallest mountain will soon return to its previous name, Denali, more than a century after the Alaska peak was named to honor President William McKinley, who never set foot in the state. The White House announced the change Sunday in a symbolic gesture to Alaska Natives. But the plan has politicians in McKinley's native Ohio looking for ways to block the ...

   

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AP Sports Writer ATLANTA (AP) — The death of a longtime Braves season-ticket holder raises questions about the height of guard rails at the team's new stadium that is to open in 2017. The Braves say they had safety in mind when planning SunTrust Park even before Gregory Murrey's death Saturday night. Team officials Monday would not release plans for railing heights at the new stadium. The ...

   
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