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CASSELTON

The three-time defending state champions raced out to a 12-0 lead before allowing any runs and rolled to the state quarterfinals victory.
The Squirrels fielded 12 place-winners, including three champions while the Vikings boys put 21 athletes on the podium, including five individual champions
A triple to center field from sophomore Paige Wixo in the bottom of the fourth inning put the Squirrels in the lead for good
No. 1 seed Central Cass held a 3-2 lead after four innings of Monday's suspended game and that also was the final on Tuesday.

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InForum columnist Trygve Olson tells the tale of Jack and the soybean crushing plant.
Tharaldson Ethanol doesn't want a new soybean crushing facility in Casselton competing with them for crops, but they've said they'd be happy to drop their opposition in exchange for a $40 million payment and, no, I'm not making this up.
The Squirrels open their season against Kindred-Richland on Tuesday and return All-State player Catie Sinner along with other key starters
The plant would use treated wastewater from Fargo's plant, similar to an agreement with Casselton's Tharaldson ethanol plant.
Commissioners said they have no say in the location of plant as some residents against siting.
James Lee Buchanan, 36, was arrested Sunday, March 6, on suspicion of driving under the influence, carrying a concealed weapon and reckless driving.

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Rep. Jared Hagrit, a Republican from District 20, a soybean grower himself and a past chairman of the United States Soybean Board, joined this episode of Plain Talk to talk about the Casselton project and why it's important.
InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson comments on the tax breaks offered to a proposed soybean plant in Casselton.
Many Casselton residents support the plant, but would prefer another location, and most who spoke critically want a shorter tax-exemption period for the $500 million project.

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