Continuing its efforts to shed rural branches, KeyCorp is selling seven branches and $160 million of deposits to an Ohio community bank.

Wooster-based FirstFederal Financial Services Corp. agreed to buy the seven branches, in the north-central part of the Buckeye State, for about $19.2 million. That's a deposit premium of 12.15%, far higher than typical branch-sale premiums of about 6% to 8%.

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