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Lincoln State Bank is headquartered in Hankinson, North Dakota, with branches in Wyndmere and Lidgerwood, North Dakota.

The road to Lincoln State Bank just got shorter! Whether you're close to town or miles away, managing your finances has never been so easy! Just think of this website as the newest branch of Lincoln State Bank - -easily accessible by you anytime/where you can transact most of your banking business 24/7/365.

  • Take a look at what banking online will mean to you...all in a safe and secure environment and in the privacy of your own home.
  • check balances on checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, IRAs, and loans
  • transfer funds from one account to another
  • make loan payments
  • order checks
  • view check images

And as you tour our Website, you will find information about our products and services, our privacy statement, important disclosure information, and contact information. At Lincoln State we strive to be your financial center in every way and continue serving you with professional service and personal care!

**As you may be aware from recent news reports, a data breach of payment-related information has been confirmed by Target. Details regarding the nature of the breach, the type of information compromised and an estimated window when the breach occurred is available in the following “Important Notice” as posted on Target's Corporate Website:

A Bank employee will be contacting you directly if your Lincoln State Bank debit card was used in that time frame at Target. We encourage customers to exercise additional caution and review activity on all debit or credit card accounts. If you have any concerns, contact your card issuer directly.

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Nearly 70 area farmers attended the event sponsored by Lincoln State Bank and Lincoln Insurance Agency at the Hankinson Community Center on March 4. Bob Green from Ag Insurance Services spoke about crop insurance changes and Dwight Aakre with NDSU Extension Service discussed the impact of the recently enacted farm bill. Frayne Olson, also with the NDSU Extension Service gave his outlook on commodity markets and the final speaker, Kevin Pifer of Pifer’s Auctioneer & Realty, addressed the effect of lower commodity prices on farm real estate values. The evening concluded with games of chance, food and refreshments.



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