Farmers State Bank in Winthrop Washington brings its customers the best of both worlds – rock solid security and old-fashioned customer service, as well as a cautiously progressive approach into banking conveniences of the 21st Century.
This friendly, family-owned bank has stood firm for nearly 100 years. State-chartered in 1915 to serve local miners and ranchers, Farmers was one of few banks to remain open through the Great Depression. During the 1930s, Farmers’ vault guarded gold bullion brought down from nearby mountain mines.
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