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Glendive is a small city of about 5,000 people in extreme eastern Montana, near the North Dakota border. Nearby cities in the area include Terry and Fallon. Glendive has a long history of being an economic hub in eastern Montana, first in the 1800s as the railroad. Today the city is an agricultural and ranching hub, with the distinction of being the smallest designated television market in the U.S.

Because of its small size, Glendive has a tiny banking industry. There actually are no banks headquartered in Glendive, although there are three credit unions based there: Glendive BN Federal Credit Union, Badlands Federal Credit Union, and M D U Employees Federal Credit Union. The oldest credit union headquartered in the city that is still operating today is Badlands Federal Credit Union, which was established in 1941. Altogether, there are five banks and four credit unions operating in the area, with a total of 10 branches.

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