October 2020

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201 Main St

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Mandaree, ND 58757

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107 Main St S

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Parshall, ND 58770

202 Main St

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Lignite, ND 58752

712 1 St St N

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Newtown, ND 58763

280 N Main St

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Makoti, ND 58779

1600 2 Nd Ave Sw

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Burlington, ND 58701

205 Main St

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Benedict, ND 58716

101 Main St N

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Butte, ND 58744

209 5 Th St

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Roseglen, ND 58775

725 27 Th St Se

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Surrey, ND 58701

22 2 Nd St Nw

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Kenmare, ND 58746

211 Main St

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Max, ND 58759

106 1 St St Sw

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Granville, ND 58741

204 Main St N

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Berthold, ND 58718

115 Main St

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Anamoose, ND 58736

202 N Main St

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Crosby, ND 58730

107 Main St Ne

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Portal, ND 58721

115 Main St

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Maxbass, ND 58760

144 Main St

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Sherwood, ND 58782

209 Main St

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Tolley, ND 58787

206 Main St

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Columbus, ND 58727

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Mandaree (Hidatsa: Adixoodagoorahareesh) is a census-designated place (CDP) in McKenzie County, North Dakota, United States. The population was 596 at the 2010 census.Mandaree is located on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation. It was founded in 1954 as a home for those displaced by the rising backwaters of the Garrison Dam. The name was suggested by a Catholic missionary on the reservation and is a portmanteau of the names of the three tribes: MANdan, HiDAtsa, and REE, another name for the Arikara.Mandaree is the primary physical center of the Mandan-Hidatsa community. It is noted nationally for its annual Pow-wow, held the second weekend in July, as well as for being the home of the Mandaree Singers, a tribal musical group. Mandaree Public School District #36 is made up of Mandaree Elementary School and Mandaree High School. Both schools are funded by the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) and the state of North Dakota. The teams are called the "Mandaree Warriors" and "Lady Warriors."

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