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CASSELTON

Tharaldson Ethanol planning new feed plant, to seek property tax break
Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner identified 58-year-old Randell Ray Burton as the man who was killed Monday at 15568 37th St. SE. Edwin Charles Kester Jr., 54, was at the apartment because a woman, who feared Burton would come after her, wanted to sleep safely.
As of Monday afternoon, there wasn’t enough evidence to arrest the man who fired the gun, Sheriff Jesse Jahner said. The man who fired reported the shooting.
Officials haven't released the name of the company building the plant, but say it could create 60 new jobs with an average pay of $32 per hour.

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"This defendant planned and attempted a serious attack on critical infrastructure and human life and then he obstructed the federal investigation," U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley said.
As a result of the crash, 22 of the 46 cattle on board were killed or euthanized.
MINOT, N.D. — On the evening of Friday, May 8, a 23-year-old man named William Scott Dittmer Jr., a resident of Casselton in rural Cass County, was arrested for fatally shooting a 50-year-old neighbor.
FARGO — A man arrested after a fatal shooting over the weekend in Casselton, N.D., will not face criminal charges, with evidence backing statements that he acted in self-defense, Cass County authorities said during a news conference Tuesday, May 12.
At about 9:35 p.m. the Cass County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a gunshot at a home on the 100 block of Third Street North.
CASSELTON, N.D. — When Delvin Losing — the only attorney in Casselton — was asked why he’s kept his office in the town of nearly 2,500 residents, he jokingly replied, “Sometimes, I wonder.”

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CASSELTON, N.D. — While trends in church attendance look bleak, three area Lutheran churches are too busy with major expansion projects to be downcast.
North Dakota, Canadian oil train accidents fail to convince officials two people are needed on trains
CASSELTON, N.D. — A fire destroyed an automotive service center early Monday morning, April 29, but spared the nearby convenience store just off Interstate 94 about 20 miles west of Fargo.

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