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County meeting characterized as "sometimes tense."
Despite potentially more complications, lengthier time lines and higher risks, more credit unions have begun financing the construction of new homes.
San Diego jury finds sidewalk artist innocent after charges filed for his groundwork in front of Bank of America branches as Bank Transfer Day neared.
North Dakota’s top financial regulator said Wednesday he expects to take part in a free national webinar on disaster lending policy on Thursday.
Contingency plans, including loan relief products and skip a payment plans, were put in place last week by Minnesota credit unions girding for a state government shutdown July 1.
One credit union faces loss of building, moves operation to colleagues on higher ground.
"Skip a payment" deals among strategies Hiway, US Federal credit unions eyeing to help if budget talks end in shutdown.
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.
Finding real brand confusion among lawmakers and the public, Mid-America Credit Union is doing a name switch. It's now the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas.