MADISON (WKOW) -- The former president of a failed bank in Blanchardville will have three years shaved off his nine-year prison sentence.
A federal judge agreed to reduce the sentence for Mark Hardyman because he helped prosecutors convict two other men in the case.
The First National Bank lost more than $13 million and collapsed in 2003, causing economic reverberations in the Blanchardville area.
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