North Dakota banks are weathering double-digit growth on the nonperforming loan front, the state's banking commissioner said.

Loans 90 days or more past due shot up 33.3%, to $24 million, in the 12 months ended June in June, said Gary Preszler, commissioner of the North Dakota Department of Banking and Financial Institutions.

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