Several millage requests went before voters in the Tuesday primary.
Leonidas Township voters defeated a request for fire truck funding.
The Nottawa Community Schools millage was approved.
A building millage for the Sturgis Public Schools was narrowly defeated, 51 to 49 percent.
An ambulance millage request was okayed by voters in the village of White Pigeon.
A library millage was approved by Sturgis voters.
In Branch County, a jail millage was defeated by voters.
Cass County voters okayed millage requests for drug enforcement and services for senior citizens.
In Marcellus Township, voters approved a millage renewal for the Hudson Memorial Building.
Fire/EMS millage was okayed by voters in Newberg Township.
Voters in Cass County selected undersheriff Richard Behnke to be the nominee to replace longtime sheriff Joe Underwood Jr, who is retiring.