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Gate City Bank contributes $3M to Housing Incentive Fund

November 15, 2013 in Uncategorized

Gate City Bank President Steve Swiontek and Executive Vice President and Director of Lending Kevin Hanson presented Gov. Jack Dalrymple and North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Acting Executive Director Jolene Kline with a $3 million North Dakota Hous…continue reading on

Woman drops overdrafts lawsuit against Fargo bank

July 24, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

FARGO A federal judge on Wednesday approved a request by a North Dakota woman to drop her lawsuit accusing a Fargo-based Gate City Bank of changing the sequence of checks and charging unfair overdraft fees. Continue Reading

Roers announces stores galore: Menards, Dollar Tree, Petco among West Ridge Center’s offerings

June 22, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

The wait is over. Continue Reading

Gate City Bank pays $1 million for naming rights of Fargodome’s field

December 30, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

The Gate City Bank and Fargodome officials on Thursday announced the bank will contribute to the cost of replacing the turf. The project is expected to cost $3 million It’s scheduled to be finished next summer. Continue Reading

Gate City buys naming rights to Fargodome turf

December 29, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

FARGO The Fargodome is going 3D and Gate City Bank is contributing to it. The two announced a $1 million partnership Thursday that will give Gate City the naming rights to the new Astroturf GameDay 3D field turf that is expected to be completed next summer. Continue Reading

Banks aim to grow small: As mood turns against national banks, regional banks gain

November 11, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Regional banks, such as Alerus Financial and Gate City Bank, haven’t seen a stampede of customers, but they are gaining ground and gaining good will. Continue Reading

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Fargo YWCA unveils transitional housing

December 17, 2010 in INFORUM

Remodeling project aided by Gate City Bank

More than three months ago, the YWCA Cass Clay’s four-plex apartment building in north Fargo showed strain and decline: scratched and worn wooden floors and baseboard heaters breaking away from the walls. Continue Reading

He came to Dickinson to help, now he needs help

July 22, 2010 in The Dickinson Press

“I’m not just trying to get a buck or trying to get the next dollar for the next beer,” Mike Livengood said while sitting at a busy corner on Highway 22 in Dickinson Thursday afternoon. Continue Reading

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