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Western State Bank to Relocate Fargo Branch to Osgood Area

Western State Bank has announced plans to relocate its Fargo branch to the Osgood area.

The bank’s new Fargo location at 4201 45th St. S. will open in mid-April 2021, and the current branch (4302 13th Ave. S) will close at that time. Remodeling work is underway at the new location.

The new branch will be conveniently located along 45th Street near the Hornbacher’s Osgood grocery store, several restaurants, and other retailers. In addition, it is close to the growing business and residential areas along 52nd Avenue South. It will feature a drive-up, ATM, night deposit box and convenient hours.

Fargo team members will transition to the new location, and customer accounts are not affected by the move.

“Our new Osgood location will have the same faces, hometown service and banking options that customers currently enjoy,” said Brad Jacobson, President and Chief Operating Officer. “We look forward to serving them at the new Fargo location in April.”

Western State Bank is a 118-year-old, employee-owned community bank with assets totaling over $1 billion. The bank offers full-banking services, investments, and mortgage financing to personal and business customers, as well as nationwide equipment financing services. Western State Bank has locations in the North Dakota communities of West Fargo, Fargo and Devils Lake, and in the Arizona communities of Casa Grande, Chandler, Mesa, Scottsdale, Sun City and Sun City West.

For more information, contact:

Dean Froslie, Senior Vice President – Marketing and Communications

Western State Bank


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