The Treasury Department announced Wednesday that two financial companies have repaid funds they received in the government's banking bailout.

The agency said Washington Banking Co. in Oak Harbor, Wash., repurchased $26.4 million in Troubled Asset Relief Program investments. Stockmens Financial Corp. in Rapid City, S.D., repurchased $4 million.

Both companies also paid accrued dividends.

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