In the third bank failure this year, East Texas National Bank in Marshall was shut down Friday by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

The $127 million-asset bank's failure was the result of poor asset quality, the OCC said. Inferior credit underwriting and loan administration practices, as well as insufficient supervision by its board of directors, were to blame.

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