Like many community banking companies striving to protect capital against a rising tide of problem assets, Integra Bank Corp. in Evansville, Ind., is making some tough choices.

The $2.9 billion-asset company is likely to shrink by as much as a third in the coming year, scaling back its four-state branch network to one that is centered on its Indiana headquarters market.

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