Driscoll, North Dakota - History

History

Driscoll was named for Frederick Driscoll, a newspaper manager.

Driscoll is also home to "Uncle Jesse's Bar" which is named after longtime resident Jesse. He still resides in Driscoll and the bar is the only means of entertainment for the city.

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