Banking Market Definitions

South Dakota

South Dakota 1 - Buffalo 2 - Perkins 3 - Faith 4 - Rapid City 5 - Mobridge 6 - Pierre 7 - Winner 8 - Aberdeen 9 - Huron 10 - Chamberlain 11 - Mitchell 12 - Watertown 13 - Brookings 14 - Madison 15 - Yankton 16 - Sioux Falls 17 - Vermillion 15 - Bowman 14 - Hettinger 13 - Wahpeton 12 - Fargo - Moorhead 11 - Grand Forks 10 - Grafton 9 - Jamestown 8 - Harvey 7 - Bismarck - Mandan 6 - Cando - Devils Lake 5 - Bottineau 4 - Minot 3 - Dickinson 2 - Williston 1 - Crosby

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Market Number
and Name
Definition
1 - Buffalo
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Harding County

2 - Perkins
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Perkins County
3 - Faith
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Ziebach County; North Dewey Unorganized Territory west of a line drawn from the northwest corner of South Dewey Unorganized Territory to the southeast corner of Pleasant Ridge Township (Corson County) in Dewey County; Eagle, Upper Red Owl, Union and Howard Townships and North Meade Unorganized Territory in Meade County
4 - Rapid City
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Butte, Lawrence, Pennington, Haakon, Custer, Fall River, Shannon, Jackson, and Bennett Counties; Lakeside Township, Smithville Township, Dakota Township, Southwest Meade Unorganized Territory and Belle Fourche-Cheyenne Valleys Unorganized Territory in Meade County

5 - Mobridge
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Corson, Campbell, Walworth, and the Northern 1/2 of Potter Counties; Dewey County less North Dewey Unorganized Territory west of a line drawn from the northwest corner of South Dewey Unorganized Territory to the southeast corner of Pleasant Ridge Township (Corson County)
6 - Pierre
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Sully, Hyde, Stanley, Hughes, and Jones Counties; the Western 1/2 of Lyman County (includes the communities of Presho and Vivian), and the Southern 1/2 of Potter County
7 - Winner
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Mellette, Todd, Tripp, and Gregory Counties
8 - Aberdeen
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South Dakota: McPherson, Edmunds, Faulk, Brown, Spink, Marshall, and Day Counties

North Dakota: Albertha, Lorraine, Elm, Ellendale, Van Meter, and Ada Townships in Dickey County

9 - Huron
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Hand, Beadle, Jerauld, and Sanborn Counties; Le Sueur, Spirit Lake, Iroquois, Manchester, De Smet, Esmond, and Mathews Townships in Kingsbury County; Redstone, Carthage, Miner, Green Valley, Clinton, Roswell, Beaver, and Rock Creek Townships in Miner County
10 - Chamberlain
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Brule and Buffalo Counties and the Eastern 1/2 of Lyman County (includes the communities of Kennebec, Lower Brule, Reliance, and Oacoma)
11 - Mitchell
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Aurora, Davison, Hanson, Charles Mix, and Douglas Counties; Hutchinson County less Pleasant, Silver Lake, Wolf Creek, Grandview, Kassel, Valley, Sweet, and Molan Townships
12 - Watertown
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South Dakota: Roberts, Clark, Codington, Grant, Hamlin, and Deuel Counties

Minnesota: Traverse and Big Stone Counties; Lac qui Parle County less Hantho, Cerro Gordo, Lac qui Parle, Riverside, Baxter, Camp Release, Maxwell, and Ten Mile Lake Townships

13 - Brookings
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Brookings County; Hartland, Badger, Baker, Denver, Whitewood, and Spring Lake Townships in Kingsbury County
14 - Madison
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Lake County; Grafton, Belleview, Adams, Henden, Howard, Clearwater, Canova, and Vermillion Townships in Miner County
15 - Yankton
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South Dakota: Bon Homme and Yankton Counties

Nebraska: Knox County; Cedar County less Precincts 19 and 20

16 - Sioux Falls
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South Dakota: Moody, McCook, Minnehaha, Turner, and Lincoln Counties; Pleasant, Silver Lake, Wolf Creek, Grandview, Kassel, Valley, Sweet, and Molan Townships in Hutchinson County; Star, Riverside, and Glenwood Townships in Clay County; Prairie, Alcester, and Virginia Townships in Union County

Minnesota: Rock County

17 - Vermillion
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Clay County less Star, Riverside, and Glenwood Townships; Union County less Prairie, Alcester, and Virginia Townships and the portion that is included in the Sioux City RMA
 

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