Little City by the Big Lake

Located on the West shore of Devils Lake, Minnewaukan was once eight miles from the shores of Devils Lake.

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Fort Totten

The Spirit Lake Tribe reservation was established by Treaty between the United States Government and the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Bands in 1867. The Reservation is located in East Central North Dakota. The Reservation is comprised of Sisseton, Wahpeton and the Cut-Head bands of Yanktonais, who had already been placed on the Reservation. According to the Treaty of 1867 the boundaries of the Spirit Lake reservation are:

"Beginning at the most easterly point of Devil's Lake; thence along the waters of said lake to the most westerly point of the same; thence on a direct line to the nearest point on the Cheyenne River; thence down said river to a point opposite the lower end of Aspen Island, and thence on a direct line to the place of beginning."

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Welcome to Leeds, ND!

The 450 residents of Leeds would like to welcome you to our peaceful, rural community.  Located along US Highway 2, Leeds is located 30 miles west of Devils Lake and within a short drive from the cities of Grand Forks and Minot.  Because of our convenient location, we are far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle of city life, yet close enough to enjoy the conveniences that the cities have to offer.      

Here in Leeds, children still play in the streets and folks wave to each other as they pass on the road.  There is a friendly atmosphere in which people care about their neighbors.  Many active service organizations allow people to get to know other residents as well as give back to the community.  Events are held often to give residents the opportunity to relax, have fun, and celebrate the many things that make Leeds a great place to live.   

Crime and pollution are virtually nonexistent in Leeds, providing a safe environment for raising children.  Property taxes are low and housing is affordable.  We have an award-winning school system and offer many recreational opportunities, making Leeds an unbeatable place for families.  If greeting your neighbors as you walk down the city streets and enjoying the safety and security of a rural community are things you enjoy, we invite you to explore our page and find out why we think Leeds is the BEST place to call home.

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Growing Something Good In North Dakota

Welcome to Maddock, ND.  We invite you to visit our site and see what sets Maddock apart!  We have beautiful parks and outdoor recreation areas where kids can still play carefree. Our Main Street still has family owned businesses where we welcome everyone. Our Business & Technology Center offers wi-fi, computer access, digital printing, lodging rooms and more.  There are plenty of places to enjoy the outdoors, whether you prefer hunting, fishing, farming or swimming.


The City of Maddock is located along ND Highway #30, situated between Minot, Grand Forks, Fargo and Bismarck.  We invite you to stop by and see all that Maddock has to offer you.

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Oberon

A Midsummer Night's Dream!

This town was first known as Antelope; a moniker authors Vernell and Louise Johnson say came from the settlement’s location at “the northwest end of the famous Antelope Valley, where antelope were plentiful.” The town was renamed Barker when the post office was established in 1885, but in 1886 Postmaster Vernon Matthews changed the name to Oberon, a reference to Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and the town was platted.

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The Evergreen CIty

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Warwick

Little City by the Big Lake

Located on the West shore of Devils Lake, Minnewaukan was once eight miles from the shores of Devils Lake.

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Brinsmade

Little City by the Big Lake

Located on the West shore of Devils Lake, Minnewaukan was once eight miles from the shores of Devils Lake.

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Knox

Little City by the Big Lake

Located on the West shore of Devils Lake, Minnewaukan was once eight miles from the shores of Devils Lake.

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York

Little City by the Big Lake

Located on the West shore of Devils Lake, Minnewaukan was once eight miles from the shores of Devils Lake.

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