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By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

U.S. Bank to temporarily close Ritzville branch

Branch to close Friday, August 28


Last updated 8/27/2020 at 5:35pm

Katie Teachout

The Ritzville branch of U.S. Bank, located at 101 E. Main Avenue, will temporarily close due to COVID-19 Friday, August 28.

RITZVILLE – U.S. Bank will be temporarily closing it's Ritzville branch Friday, August 28.

"The Ritzville location has operated on a limited basis since the onset of the COVID-19 public health crisis, and will temporarily close to allow staffing resources to be used in other ways to support our customers," said Vice President Evan A. Lapiska Thursday, August 27. "We will continue to serve customers through our other branches in the area, including lobby service in Harrington and Warden, and drive-up service in Moses Lake."

Lapiska said U.S. Bank began making operational changes to balance providing an essential service with employee and customer safety during the pandemic back in March.

Sarah J. Kissler, the Branch Manager in Ritzville, said the ATM, or cash machine, will remain open and be serviced weekly.

The Harrington branch is located at 1 N. 3rd Street.

In Warden, U.S. Bank can be found at 116 S. Main Ave.

The Moses Lake branch is located at 203 E. 3rd Ave.

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Katie Teachout, Editor

Katie Teachout is the editor of the Ritzville Adams County Journal. She has more than a decade experience covering Eastern Washington, including the Upper Kittitas Valley, the Methow Valley and Okanogan and Ferry counties.

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