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JUST IN: Greenville man killed in two-car crash

A Greenville man was killed this morning in a two-car crash at the intersection of Lincoln Lake and 6 Mile roads

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JUST IN: Schafer elected 8th Judicial Circuit Court judge

A former prosecutor appointed judge was handily elected to the bench Tuesday.

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JUST IN: Lower elected to 70th District, Albert to 86th District

Jim Lower of Cedar Lake has been elected to his first term as state representative for the 70th District, while Thomas Albert of Grattan Township has been elected to his first term as state representative for the 86th District.

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JUST IN: Millages pass in Home, Montcalm and Sidney townships

A road millage in Home Township and fire millages in Montcalm and Sidney townships were all approved by voters Tuesday.

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Funeral Notices for Nov. 5, 2016

Daily News Funeral Notices for Nov. 5, 2016

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JUST IN: 3 teens arrested after Montabella school B&E

Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies have arrested three teenagers in connection to a breaking and entering incident at the Montabella Community Schools Central Office Building.

Deputy Greg Syrjala was called to the B&E at 7:30 a.m. Oct. 26 at the office at 302 W. Main St. after school staff members discovered the building had been broken into.

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JUST IN: No injuries reported in crash involving Tri County school bus

Five students were aboard a school bus this afternoon when the bus collided with with a passenger car, but no one was injured in the altercation.

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Carson City police investigating Halloween robbery

Police are preparing to seek a warrant for a man who allegedly stole cash from Main Street Pizza on Halloween night.

Carson City Police Chief David Ellis said police were called to 117 W. Main St. around 9:45 p.m. Monday.

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OUR VIEW: Red letter election day

The longest election season of our lifetime will finally come to an end one week from today.

Despite the endless October surprises — Trump’s vulgarity! Clinton’s emails! Ken Bone winning the second presidential debate and popularizing red cardigans and rimmed glasses again! — voters still seem determined to head to the polls next Tuesday, possibly in record numbers.