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This passenger car was involved in a fatal accident this evening at Almy and Federal roads just north of Howard City. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

JUST IN: Woman killed in two-vehicle accident in Howard City

A woman was killed and two others were injured in a two-vehicle accident this evening just north of Howard City.

A Montcalm County sheriff’s deputy responded to the accident at the intersection of Almy and Federal roads around 6 p.m.

No one was injured when a pick-up truck rear-ended a Tri County school bus Tuesday afternoon in Pierson Township. — Courtesy photo

Tri County school bus rear-ended by pickup truck

A teen driving a pickup truck rear-ended a Tri County Area Schools bus Tuesday afternoon, but no one was injured.

Montcalm County sheriff’s deputies responded to the incident at 2:30 p.m. on Lake Montcalm Road near Maple Hill Road.

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Toys for Tots of Montcalm County to hold fundraisers

Toys for Tots of Montcalm County will be holding several fundraising events in the next few weeks.

There is a fundraiser dinner from 5 to 8 pm. tonight at the Greenville Eagles, located at 11690 SW Greenville Road. There is a requested donation of $10 with all proceeds going to the Toys for Tots program.

Stanton resident Phil Kava is a subtle energy worker, which is someone who has the ability to control their energy flow. — Daily News/Katlyn Vuillemot

Subtle energy worker to offer MCC classes

More than 30 years ago when Phil Kava learned about his grandfather’s work as a faith healer, it sparked more than just an interest; it sparked the beginning of his many years of research to have the ability to do what he does today. Once Kava was inspired by his grandfather’s work, he established his own set of goals.

Howard City Village President S. Michael Scott is stepping down after 40 years on the village council. He is the fourth generation of his family to serve on the council. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Retiring Howard City village president is a fourth generation public servant

A member of the Scott family has sat on the Howard City Village Council for four generations in a row — three times as village president. That notable feat ends tomorrow.

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The Howard City Village Council discusses how to hire a village manager at Monday night’s meeting, from left to right, retiring Village President S. Michael Scott, incoming village president Randy Heckman and council members Tom Harris and Janice Williams. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Howard City Village Council to interview new batch of manager candidates

Three candidates have been interviewed and found wanting for this village’s manager position. The Howard City Village Council voted tonight to forgo three finalists and interview three new candidates.

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Greenville area reporter back for a second stint

The newest face on The Daily News editorial staff is a familiar one. Brad Klosner was a reporter on the Greenville area beat back in 2010. But after about six months on the job here, his wife Becca’s company transferred the Klosners overseas. They returned to West Michigan earlier this year, decided to buy a home in the Greenville area and, last week, he returned to his old job.

Cedar Springs City Manager Thad Taylor, standing, shakes hands with Howard City Councilwoman Jodi Cummings after Taylor’s job interview Tuesday evening, while Councilman Max Gondre, far left, and Village President S. Michael Scott, far right, look on. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Cedar Springs manager interviews in Howard City

Thad Taylor didn’t have to travel far to his job interview Tuesday evening. The Cedar Springs city manager drove a dozen miles north to interview as a finalist for Howard City village manager.

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Montcalm County raises $150,000+ to bring on Right Place coordinator

Montcalm County is quickly becoming The Right Place for economic development. The Montcalm Economic Alliance has raised more than $150,000 to hire a business development coordinator for the next three years with The Right Place, a West Michigan economic development organization.

Daniel Faulkner, center, is quizzed by members of the Howard City Village Council at a special meeting Monday evening. Faulkner is one of three finalists for the village manager position. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Howard City Village Council interviews first manager finalist

This village’s council interviewed the first of three finalists for village manager Monday evening. Daniel Faulkner was quizzed by all seven members of the Howard City Village Council. The village’s manager job is a part-time position.