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Butte Metro Area

Including Bozeman, Butte, Anaconda, Belgrade, Dillon, Big Sky, Manhattan, Three Forks, Deer Lodge, West Yellowstone, and 7 other towns.

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People in Butte, Montana, share a sense of community based on their pride in their hometown, with its rich mining history and majestic, wide-open spaces. Many long-time residents have witnessed the transformation of Butte from a mining town to a bustling, diverse economy boasting robust technology, health care and educational sectors.

Banking options have expanded in Butte along with its local economy. Butte is now home to more than 30 banks and 11 credit unions, with over 120 branches serving Butte and the surrounding towns of Bozeman, Belgrade, Anaconda, Dillon, and Big Sky. Manhattan Bank, established in 1905, is Butte's oldest bank. Other banks headquartered in Butte include First Security Bank, American Bank, First Madison Valley Bank, and Southwest Montana Community Federal Credit Union. A total of 10 banks and seven credit unions have headquarters in Butte. With so many banking options, Butte residents easily can find an institution to meet their needs, no matter how big, small or complex.

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Wells Fargo Everyday Checking $100 Offer
$100 offer expires 09/01/2016. Requirements: Open an Everyday Checking account with a $25 minimum deposit. Make 10 debit card purchases/payments within 60 days. Offer Link Offer details courtesy of MoneysMyLife.com
Court Evaluating Lawyers' Fee Request in Wells Fargo Overdraft Fees Suit
Wells Fargo was found liable at trial of a class action case for its method of determining debit card overdraft  fees in California and ordered to reimburse $203 million to customers. The judgement was affirmed on
Horizon CU (WA) 13-Month CD 1.31%APY
The credit union has a health rating of A+ on DA.  The CD requires a minimum deposit of  $10k.  Please see Ken's blog post of 1/27/15 for  details of member