Alice (North Dakota)

Alice is a very small rural town in the Red River Valley of North Dakota. It has a population of about 56 people. Elevation is 1,125 feet and coordinates are latitude 46.76 N & longitude 97.79 W.


Alice was named for the wife and daughter of R.B. Lewis, a one-term lieutenant governor of ND and a banker from Fargo. It was incorporated in 1900.

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Alice is about 30 minutes southwest of the Fargo metropolitan area.

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