Reynolds City Centennial
Reynolds The Live Town

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This Great Northern Railroad station was founded in 1880 in the southwest quarter of section 31-149-50, Americus Township, Grand Forks County and northwest quarter of section 1-148-51, Buxton Township, Traill County. Dr. Henry A. Reynolds, a temperance advocate, platted the townsite in 1880, and became the Postmaster when the post office was established May 26, 1881. The city, which has maintained a population of about 300 for most of its history, incorporated in 1892 with C. L. Taft as mayor. Main Street is the county line, and the population has been quite equally divided between the two counties. The elevation is 910, and the post office, Zip Code 58275, is located on the Grand Forks County side of Main Street.

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