Grain Designs: Serendipity on I-94
22 March 2019
Union State Bank CEO, Christie Obenauer, was driving west on I-94 when she passed a truck with an intriguing logo. Having spent months mulling over the development of the Bank’s new logo, she was attentive to other business’s logos that were well done and appealing. Curious, she googled the company and found out that Grain Designs was a Fargo-based custom furniture company that uses reclaimed wood in all of their work.

Introducing Remote Deposit!
12 March 2019
Introducing Remote Deposit Anywhere™, a feature available on our mobile app for iPhone® and Android™ devices. One less errand to run, one more way we make banking better. With our USB Mobile Banking app, banking is easy and accessible to our customers.

Phase II Remodel Update
8 March 2019
Progress continues on Phase II of Union State Bank’s Hazen location remodel. We are so very appreciative of our customer’s and community’s patience as we work to remodel our space to better serve you. We think you are going to like it!

Chip-enabled debit cards are coming your way!
24 December 2018
Starting this week, Union State Bank will begin issuing new chip-enabled debit cards. Chip-enabled cards offer added security and are the safest debit cards available.

Hazen Makeover in Progress
12 October 2018
Please pardon our appearance during the transformation. We’re just making our Hazen lobby worthy of a loyal customer like you. Thank you for your patience. (You'll love the changes.)

Meet Paden Lennick, and his buddy, “Buddy”
13 September 2018
Paden is the son of Travis and Kristin Lennick, customers of Union State Bank. As Paden explained in a letter to us at Union State, he has raised Buddy “since the day Buddy’s mom died.”

Mercer County
1 September 2018
Mercer County is an expert at collaboration. We have numerous examples of projects here where we’ve created something greater than the sum of our parts.

Original Corner
14 August 2018
It was 1914 when the original corner of the building Union State Bank in Hazen now occupies on Main Street was built.

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