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Rolla is a small town in the Turtle Mountains area of North Dakota.


Rolla has a population of 1,280 (2010) and is the county seat of Rolette County. Rolla was laid out in 1888 and a post office began operation the same year; Rolla was incorporated in 1907. The name Rolla was most likely derived from Rolette, the county in which the city is located.

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Rolla is 58 mi (93 km) north and west of Churchs Ferry on US 281. It is 10 mi (16 km) south of the Canadian border, and is close to three different ports of entry.

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Routes through Rolla
BrandonBelcourt   N US 281.svg S  → Rocklake → Churchs Ferry
CrosbyBelcourt  W ND-5 (2015).svg E  → Rocklake → Cavalier
Killarney ← becomes Manitoba Highway 18.svgAiga immigration.svg   N ND-30 (2015).svg S  MyloEND

Routes through Rocklake
Brandon ← Rolla ←   N US 281.svg S  CandoChurchs Ferry
NeepawaGlenboro ← becomes Manitoba Highway 5.svgAiga immigration.svg   N ND-4 (2015).svg S  END
Crosby ← Rolla ←  W ND-5 (2015).svg E  LangdonCavalier

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