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Belcourt, ND 58316

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Leeds, ND 58324

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Goodrich, ND 58341

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Rolette, ND 58366

827 1 St Ave N

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New Rockford, ND 58356

151 Main St E

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Minnewaukan, ND 58351

100 Peace Garden Ave E

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Dunseith, ND 58329

106 Richter Ave

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Sheyenne, ND 58374

201 3 Rd Ave N

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Wolford, ND 58385

223 Main St N

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Mcville, ND 58361

123 Main St

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Lawton, ND 58345

300 Walnut St W

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Devils Lake, ND 58301

410 Main St

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Belcourt is a census-designated place (CDP) in Rolette County, North Dakota, United States. It is within the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation. The population was 2,078 at the 2010 census.The community is the seat of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. Belcourt was originally known as Siipiising, which is Anishinaabe (Chippewa) for "creek that sings with life-giving water." The name refers to what European Americans called "Ox Creek", which flows through the center of town. Belcourt was laid out in 1884. The community was named Belcourt in honour of Georges-Antoine Belcourt,. Father Belcourt was a French Canadian Roman Catholic diocesan priest and missionary who served the Chippewa and Métis throughout his ministry in the mid-nineteenth century. Belcourt advocated politically on the behalf of the Anishinaabeg and Métis in Canada and in the United States until 1859. Father Belcourt described the Chippewa historical territory in the Pembina River basin as covering an area about 400 miles from north to south and 500 miles from east to west. The town is served by different forms of media, such as KEYA, a tribal radio station that can be found at 88.5 FM; and the Turtle Mountain Times, the tribally owned newspaper that was established in 2003. The Tribal Independent, an independently owned online newspaper, was established in 2011 and folded in 2012.

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