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Parshall Highlands project moves forward

Several stumbling blocks to developing the north side of Parshall were cleared as developers Barry Arfa and Bryon Zacher and the Parshall City Council agreed on how permitting the project would proceed.

Posted 8/09/12 (Thu) read more »

Reservation 4-H wins big at State Fair

Seven youth from Twin Buttes, ND had their 4-H projects on display at the 2012 North Dakota State Fair and were awarded ribbons for their achievements, including a Reserve Champion ribbon for a child’s traditional dress made by Bailey Morsette.

Posted 8/02/12 (Thu) read more »

Combines are rolling in area fields

Summer time temperatures have helped small grain crops mature and farmers are starting to reap the bounty created by early spring planting.

Posted 8/02/12 (Thu) read more »

MHA Nation announces election dates

The Three Affiliated Tribes has announced that a primary election to select candidates for the Tribal Business Council representatives for New Town/Little Shell Segment, Mandaree Segment and White Shield Segment will be held on September 18.

Posted 7/26/12 (Thu) read more »

Frac sand facility to be built in Makoti

There’s a new business coming to the Makoti area.

Posted 7/26/12 (Thu) read more »

Heat, insects affecting crops and pasture

The impact of the region’s year without a winter continues to reverberate for area farmers.

Posted 7/19/12 (Thu) read more »

DOT asks for input on long term plans

Every week it seems to take longer and longer to get anywhere.

Posted 7/19/12 (Thu) read more »

Makoti Refinery clears regulatory hurdle

The Clean Fuels Refinery is one step closer to reality after the Environmental Protection Agency gave final approval to the project’s water discharge permit.

Posted 7/12/12 (Thu) read more »

ARFA outlines development plans

ARFA Holdings released more information about the company's new development – The Highlands of Parshall – a 300 acre residential and commercial master planned community development. Barry Arfa presented the plan to the Parshall City Council last week.

Posted 7/12/12 (Thu) read more »

Developer outlines big plans for Parshall

His company, Arfa Holdings, presented a plan to develop 300 acres of land north of Seventh Avenue that would include lots for 500 homes, about twice the number that already exist in Parshall. Arfa has been working in Parshall for about the last year.

Posted 7/05/12 (Thu) read more »