A small bank in Lexington, N.C., has been through more trouble in the last 10 months than in its entire 91-year history.

The $44 million-asset bank, about 20 miles south of Winston-Salem, is looking forward to returning to its normally tranquil life, after spending much of the past year in headlines over a controversial plan to convert from mutual to a stockholder-owned thrift.

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