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Curbside recycling coming to Casselton

CASSELTON, N.D. – Cassleton has approved curbside recycling pickup. The city has begun to work with contractors and believes that the curbside pickup service will begin this summer. Cassleton is one of the last larger communities to adopt curbside pickup in Cass County. Officials believe that this is a major step forward for the city becoming more environmentally friendly. “We’ve…

Fire Causes Heavy Damage to House in Casselton

No injuries have been reported.

CASSELTON, N.D.–An early morning fire has caused heavy damage to a home in Casselton. Fire crews responded to the 400 block of Langer Avenue shortly before 6:30 a.m. on Monday. Firefighters were able to quickly contain the flames, but heavy smoke still engulfed the house. Parts of the roof collapsed, and traffic in the area was diverted. No injuries have…

Update: Code Red in Casselton has been Cleared

The incident has ended.

UPDATE: The incident has ended and an officer on scene has cleared the Code Red. KVRR will report more as information becomes available.   CASSELTON, N.D.–The Cass County Sheriff’s Office has sent out a Code Red in the area of 8th Avenue South in Casselton. Police have set up a perimeter from Langer Avenue South to 9th Avenue South and…

Semi Tanker Rolls Over on I-94 Near Casselton

Rescue crews responded to the scene.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption CASSELTON, N.D.–The driver of a semi was injured when his truck rolled on an I-94 exit ramp near Casselton Monday afternoon. Rescue crews responded to the scene. No further details have been released. Categories: North Dakota News Tags: casselton, I-94, injured, rollover, semi

Man Arrested After Pursuit In Two States And Three Counties

Cass County deputies attempted to talk to 31-year-old Travis Ranisate after they noticed him driving around storage units

CLAY CO., Minn. — A Casselton, North Dakota man is in the Clay County jail after a wild chase through two states and three counties. The pursuit began in Mapleton. Cass County deputies attempted to talk to 31-year-old Travis Ranisate after they noticed him driving around storage units with a trailer Saturday night. He fled and almost hit a deputy….

Community of Care Puts on 8th Annual Bike and Cruise Show With a Touch of Nostalgia

The money from the show will allow elderly residents in rural Cass County

  CASSELTON, N.D. — The senses are opening up a window to the past. “I remember my grandfather’s car. And it smells just like this. No other car in my youth smelled like this,” said Mike Thiel. It’s that one–of–a–kind scent that actually kept Thiel from getting rid of his 1962 Chrysler New Yorker. “My daughter fell in love with…

Casselton Man Killed In Cass County Crash

He's 87-year old Eugene Cederberg of Casselton.

CASS COUNTY, N.D.  – The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified the man killed when his pickup collided with a semi-truck in Cass County. He’s 87-year old Eugene Cederberg of Casselton. The crash happened Monday afternoon at an intersection on County Road 4, northeast of Amenia. The state patrol says Cederberg failed to yield to the semi and was hit….

Early Morning Fire Demolishes Casselton Auto Repair Shop Garage

Crews arrived after 5:30 this morning to a fire at Gordy's Service Center

CASSELTON, N.D.– Fire crews, ambulances, and law enforcement responded after 5:30 this morning to a fire at the garage of Gordy’s Service Center in Casselton. Firefighters from Casselton, Buffalo, West Fargo, and Mapleton worked to put the fire out. “The roof collapsed and the east wall appears like it’s bowing out so I see that’s going to collapse,” Casselton Fire…

Casselton Service Center Damaged By Fire

The interior suffered extensive smoke damage.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption UPDATE- Fire destroyed a large garage at Gordy’s Service Center, just off I-94 in Casselton Monday. The fire was reported shortly before 5:30 a.m. Fire Chief Tim McLean said the multi-bay, steel building was fully involved as fire crews arrived on scene. Flames could be seen for several miles. McLean says…