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September 18, 2018
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ON THE RECORD

This article was published September 10, 2018 at 10:07 a.m.

Records for the week of Aug. 31-Sept. 7 include the issuance of nine marriage license applications in the Columbia County Clerk’s Office and four divorce cases filed in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office.

Marriage licenses issued:

Kevin Michael Gordon, 26, of Minden, La., to Danielle Renee McCann, 27, of Minden, La., Aug. 31.

John Wesley Collins, 40, of Bossier City, La., to Jessica Haylea Keith, 25, of Haughton, La., Sept. 6.

Marcus DeChone Moore, 48, of Magnolia to Markeitha Kenyota Gilbert, 33, of Magnolia, 33, Sept. 6.

Sonny Eugene Ganaway, 37, of McNeil to Rebecca Phelps Lout, 37, of McNeil, Sept. 7.

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Divorce cases filed:

Nancy Dodson v. John Dodson, Sept. 4

Lacey Fincher v. Jason Fincher, Sept. 5

Marleny Vindel v. Luis Vindel, Sept. 6

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Civil suits filed Aug. 31-Sept. 7 in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office:

Farmers Bank & Trust Co. v. Larry Smart, Mortgage foreclosure, Aug. 31.

Estate of Kelmond Radford v. Magnolia Health LLC et al, malpractice-medical, Aug. 31.

Welsh Oil Co. Inc. v. Prentis Dumas et al, civil-other, Sept. 5.

Mildred Walker v. Jacqueline Biddle et al, civil-other, Sept. 5.

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Civil and Small Claims suits filed Aug. 31-Sept. 7 in Columbia County District Court:

None

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Recent area bankruptcy filings, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as drawn from United States District Bankruptcy Court papers.

EMERSON Frances Faye Easter, 3380 County Road 44, Sept. 4, Chapter 13.

MAGNOLIA Angela R. Sharp, 1509 County Road 30, Aug. 31, Chapter 13.

Donna Jean Butler, 200 Wilson, Sept. 4, Chapter 13.

Loretta Lynn Wade, P.O. Box 24, Sept. 4, Chapter 13.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding generally refer to the liquidation of a company that continues to operate while financial maters are settled. Chapter 11 bankruptcy frees a company from creditors lawsuits while it reorganizes its finances. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is available to individuals who promise to repay as many debtors as possible from available income.

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