Black Hills Federal Credit Union

  • Donations

    This year marked the 18th year that the $993 million Black Hills Federal Credit Union in Rapid City, S.D., has collected school supplies for children. For this school year, the credit union said it received more than 77,000 supplies for its School Supply Drive thanks to donations from community partners,...

  • Credit Unions Branch Out

    Read about new branches credit unions have recently opened.

  • Unauthorized Rate Change Case Returns to Lower Court as Class Action

    The suit against the $965 million Black Hills Federal Credit Union and CUNA Mutual alleging improper increases in credit life disability insurance rates was remanded Aug. 14 by the South Dakota Supreme Court back to a lower court to be tried as a class action suit.

  • S.D. Supreme Court Returns CUNA Mutual Case to Lower Court

    Class action status also ordered in case over alleged unauthorized change in credit life disability insurance rates. Insurer pays $116,000 fine.

  • Scholarships from Credit Unions

    Black Hills Federal Credit Union, Rapid City, S.D., announced the recipients of the 2013 VIBZ scholarships. The six high school seniors were selected from more than 50 applicants from 16 area schools in western and central South Dakota. Each will receive a $1,000 scholarship toward attending the college...

  • Scholarships from Credit Unions

    End of the school year means distribution of credit union-funded scholarships to deserving students nationwide.

  • Black Hills FCU and CR Community First Merge

    Black Hills Federal Credit Union, based in Rapid City, S.D., has merged with CR Community First Federal Credit Union of Eagle Butte, S.D.

  • CR Community First FCU Merges Into Black Hills FCU

    Credit union opened five years ago to serve Cheyenne River Reservation vanishes; small credit union's office will remain a branch.

  • CUs Build Business Alliance

    Several credit unions in the Dakotas have the distinction that many of their peers elsewhere probably wished they had: a permanent exemption from the member business lending cap.

  • Broker-Dealer Signs $800 Million Black Hills FCU

    The $800 million Black Hills Federal Credit Union and a $1 billion Pennsylvania bank are the latest clients to sign on with INVEST Financial Corp. for brokerage and investment services.

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