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  • Avoid the Most Common Email Mistakes


    Email is still one of the primary ways we communicate, both in our personal and professional lives. However, quite often we can be our own worst enemy when using email. Here are the most common mistakes people make with email and how to avoid them.

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  • Preparing for College. (Gulp!)


    It’s so hard to believe my daughter Kayla is a senior in high school. How can this be? It feels like yesterday when we put her on the bus for kindergarten!

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  • One Simple Step to Securing Your Accounts


    Does it seem like cyber criminals have a magic wand for getting into your email or bank accounts and there’s nothing you can do to stop them? Wouldn’t it be great if there was one single step you could take that would help protect your from cyber criminals and let you securely make the most of technology? While no sole step will stop all cyber criminals, one of the most important steps you can take is to enable something called two-factor authentication (sometimes called 2FA, two-step verificati

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  • I Was Born for This!

    08/26/21 / Anita Drentlaw

    I recently took on a role I’ve been preparing for my entire life. While I gained the CEO title at New Market Bank mid-June, that’s not the role to which I’m referring. Earlier this month, I became the 2021-22 chairperson of the Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota (ICBM). I am honored to be just the second woman to serve as chair and to be the first daughter to follow in her father’s footsteps as chair.

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  • Securely Using the Cloud


    You may have heard of a concept called “the cloud.” This means using a service provider on the internet to store and manage your data. Examples include creating documents on Google Docs, accessing email in Microsoft O365, sharing files via Dropbox, or storing your pictures on Apple’s iCloud. While you access and synchronize your data from multiple devices anywhere in the world and share your information with anyone you want, you often do not know and cannot control where your data is physically

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  • Securing Your Mobile Devices


    Mobile devices are an amazing and easy way to communicate with friends, shop or bank online, watch movies, play games, and perform a myriad of other activities. Since these devices are such an important part of your life, it is essential to keep you and your devices safe and secure.

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  • Securely Using Mobile Apps


    Mobile devices, such as tablets, smartphones, and smartwatches, have become one of the primary technologies we use in both our personal and professional lives. What makes these devices so powerful are the thousands of apps we can choose from. These apps enable us to be more productive, communicate and share with others, train and educate, or just have more fun. Here are steps you can take to securely use and make the most of today’s mobile apps.

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  • New Market Bank Named Employer of Excellence by Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board


    Local, family-owned New Market Bank with locations in Lakeville, Prior Lake and Elko New Market, was recently named one of the area’s Employers of Excellence by the Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board. The bank was one of 10 area organizations recognized based on employee retention, compensation and training practices.

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  • Vishing – Phone Call Attacks and Scams


    When you think of a cyber criminal you probably think of an evil mastermind sitting behind a computer, launching sophisticated attacks over the internet. While some of today’s cyber criminals do use advanced technologies, many simply use the phone to trick their victims.

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  • New Market Bank Promotes Long-Time Team Members Ramola and Martin


    Local, family-owned New Market Bank with locations in Lakeville, Prior Lake and Elko New Market, announced today the promotions of Karen Ramola and Robin Martin to vice president of retail banking and assistant vice president of human resources, respectively.

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  • New Market Bank Contributes Nearly $30,000 to the Community in 2020


    Local, family-owned New Market Bank with locations in Lakeville, Prior Lake and Elko New Market, announced today that it contributed $29,685 to local nonprofit organizations, schools and community initiatives during 2020. The total, an increase of nearly $10,000 over 2019 community giving, includes bank donations, donations by employees and customers, which the bank matched, and sponsorships of various fundraising events and special requests. Over and above its financial contributions, New Marke

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  • New Market Bank Adds Fifth-Generation Family Member to Team


    Family-owned New Market Bank, with principal offices in Lakeville, has hired Mikayla Drentlaw as a student teller. Drentlaw is the great-great granddaughter of Arnold Vogel, who took over the bank as president in 1913, and the daughter of current President Anita (Vogel) Drentlaw, CPA. The announcement comes as the bank marked its 115th anniversary on Thursday, June 10, 2020.

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  • New Market Bank Helps Nearly 180 Small Businesses Access Paycheck Protection Program in First-Round of Funding


    “As a community bank, New Market Bank wants to help any eligible business in our area access relief programs, including the Paycheck Protection Program,” said Anita Drentlaw, CPA, president of New Market Bank. “As a small business ourselves, New Market Bank knows the challenges small businesses face. We’re committed to helping them and our communities remain as economically strong as possible through these tough times.”

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  • New Market Bank and ICBA: Build Wealth, Not Debt


    Locally owned New Market Bank, with principal offices in Lakeville, and The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) want to remind consumers during America Saves Week that building a nest egg can help alleviate stress and provide additional financial security during times of unexpected financial hardship.

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  • New Market Bank 2019 Community Support Totals Nearly $20,000


    “The heart of community banking is the community,” said Anita Drentlaw, CPA, president of New Market Bank. “We pride ourselves on supporting nonprofits in the south metro, many of which fly under the radar of corporate giving programs, because it improves the quality of life for the people we serve and the communities in which we live and work.”

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  • New Market Bank Hires Nemitz as Account Manager for Third Party Mortgage Originations and Mortgage Loan Officer


    New Market Bank, a local, family-owned community bank, has hired Todd Nemitz as a mortgage loan officer and account manager for third party originations (TPO). With Nemitz’s hiring, New Market Bank extends its mortgage processing and servicing to customers of other financial institutions that do not have full-service mortgage capabilities.

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  • New Market Bank Hires Community Banking Veteran as Compliance Officer and VP of Loan Operations


    Fourth-generation, family-owned New Market Bank has hired Jeff Jacobson as compliance officer and vice president of loan operations. Jacobson comes to the locally owned independent bank with more than 30 years of experience in the community banking industry.

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  • New Market Bank Launches Full-Service Mortgage Department


    We’re pleased to announce we now have a full-service mortgage department, led by industry veteran Tom Hazlett.

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  • Protecting Your Digital Footprint

    The goal of maintaining personal privacy is managing your digital footprint, i.e. - attempting to protect and limit what information is collected about you. Be aware that in today's digital world, it is almost impossible to eliminate your digital footprint or stop every organization from collecting information on you; we can only reduce it.

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  • Identity Theft - Protecting Yourself


    Identity theft happens when a criminal steals information about you and uses that information to commit fraud, such as requesting unemployment benefits, tax refunds, or a new loan or credit card in your name. If you don’t take precautions, you may end up paying for products or services that you didn’t buy and dealing with the stress and financial heartache that follows identity theft.

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