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Welcome to FNB!  If you're already a customer, thank you for trusting us. 
 
Putting "You First" with personal service is our primary goal. We offer: great Checking account options including the latest in online banking services, competitive rates on CDs, IRAs, Savings accounts and more! Our bank is also eager invest in every community we call home by extending local loans. Our experienced lenders have the resources to finance many purposes including: personal, business, commercial, agricultural and home loans. Our lending decisions are made by local bankers who are glad to meet with you personally.

FNB now has 24 offices in 15 cities in Arkansas and Tennessee. In each city we operate, our friendly bankers are eager to listen to your needs and serve you first. FNB began as the Bank of Paragould in March 1889. In 1903 we were granted a national charter and thus our name changed to First National Bank. FNB now has 3 offices in Paragould. In 1984 we expanded to nearby Corning. Our first Jonesboro office was added in 1998 and today FNB has 3 locations in Jonesboro. In 2013 our Piggott office was built. In 2014 FNB opened banking centers in Heber Springs and Rogers. In 2015 First National Bank added 4 new branches in the northwest Arkansas including the cities of: Bentonville, Fayetteville, Springdale and Johnson. The year 2018 saw expansion into Little Rock and North Little Rock with 6 branches in the metro area. In 2021 FNB expanded into middle Tennessee with branches in Hartsville, Gallatin and Hendersonville. The purpose of our growth is to reach more people with our sound community banking service. Growth is vital for our customers and also to the communities we serve. As a bank, First National Bank has grown to over 2 billion dollars in total assets. But banking is about more than dollars and cents. It's primarily about trusted relationships.
 
Thank you for banking with us! We pledge to continue to put you first.


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