Category Archives: News and Events

Brenda Langenberg

Jul 31 2019

How to Prepare for Iowa’s Tax-Free Weekend


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Iowa’s Tax-Free Weekend is this Friday, August 2nd and Saturday, August 3rd. Many back-to-school shoppers will gear up for another school year by purchasing supplies, clothing, and other school essentials. Iowa’s Tax-Free Weekend only applies to the sale of certain …
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Cindra Bombei

Jul 15 2019

What’s a Day of RAGBRAI Eats Going to Cost?


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RAGBRAI (The Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa) is a week-long bike ride across the state of Iowa at the end of July. This July will mark the 47th annual ride, will you be joining in the fun? Along …
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Allison Bates

Jul 10 2019

Strike Out Hunger Summer Food Drive 2019


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This July marks CommUnity Food Bank (formerly the Crisis Center of Johnson County) Strike Out Hunger – Summer Food Drive (formerly Thanksgiving in July Community-Wide Food Drive) that helps fill the shelves of local community pantries. During the summer months, there tends to …
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Aaron Schaefer

Jul 05 2019

The Economy and Market From Here…at Hills July 2019


Economy and Market from Here at Hills.

There hasn’t been a shortage of excitement this quarter, and the markets took note with global equities showing heightened volatility over the past six weeks. After dropping nearly 7% in May, domestic markets bounced back in June resulting in a …
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Jennifer Lough

Jun 05 2019

Things to Do In the Corridor This Summer


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After a long winter season and a slow-to-start spring, many are ready to get outside and explore our local communities. There are many things to do throughout the Corridor this Spring and Summer, so mark your calendars!

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Shaun Barry

Apr 22 2019

A Grove of Trees Planted for Paperless Payroll


A Grove of Trees Planted for Paperless Payroll 2019

A partnership between Hills Bank and SOLE® Financial helped Goodwill of the Heartland recently achieve 100% paperless payroll. That corporate social responsibility (CSR) has brought a grove of trees to life in the name of Goodwill of the Heartland through …
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Byson Croy

Apr 08 2019

Hills Bank is Redefining the Community Banking Industry


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At Hills Bank, we are redefining community banking by extending the values and expertise you’ve known since 1904 with new digital technology. Our newest technology is so new that Hills Bank is one of the first banks in the nation …
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Aaron Schaefer

Apr 03 2019

The Economy and Market From Here…at Hills April 2019


Economy and Market from Here at Hills.

On March 9th 2009, the stock market hit lows we hadn’t seen in over a decade due to a financial crisis resulting from a bubble in the housing market. Ten years later, domestic stocks, as measured by the S&P 500, …
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Brenda Myers

Apr 02 2019

The New Look of Hills Bank


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When you’ve been around as long as Hills Bank has, you have to change things up every once and a while. That’s one reason we’ve given our logo a fresh new look. And our new tagline, “Connection is here” represents …
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Chris Lewis

Mar 11 2019

Be Aware of Pre-Screened Credit and Insurance Offers


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Many of us have received unsolicited mail sent from credit and/or insurance companies (whom we have no prior relationship with) that have ‘pre-approved’ or ‘pre-qualified’ in large, bold, bright writing at one time or another. Learn what these offers mean, …
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