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Records for the week of Sept. 6-13 include the issuance of marriage license applications in the Columbia County Clerk’s Office and divorce cases filed in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office.

Marriage licenses issued:

Alex Wayne Gordon, 20, of Springhill, La., to Tammy Kay White, 22, of Springhill, La., Sept. 6.

Cory James Warnement, 23, of Simsboro, La., to Nicole Marcella Tinsley, 25, of Simsboro, La., 25, Sept. 6.

William E. Stewart, 65, of Hornbeck, La., to Deborah H. Wise, 58, of Hornbeck, La., Sept. 9.

Rocky D. Berry, 56, of Longview, Texas, to Elizabeth Carrie Brouillette, 47, of Longview, Teas, Sept. 10.

Joseph Dillon Cantrell, 21, of Magnolia to Danielle Faith Lewis, 19, of Mount Holly, Sept. 10.

Desmond Bernard Gulley, 24, of Little Rock, to Kyla Kadijah Mullins, 24, of Little Rock, Spet. 11.

Zachery Damon Greenhaw, 24, of Fouke to Brendi Joy Cupples, 22, of Nashville, Sept. 12.

Jamison McKinley Meeks, 22, of Smackover to Kristen Hayley Carter, 26, of Smackover, Sept. 12.

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Divorce cases filed:

Katherine Dougan v. Steven Dougan, Sept. 6.

Tameka Moore v. Marcus Moore, Sept. 6.

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Civil suits filed Sept. 6-13 in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office:

Shelter Ins. Co. & Shirley Vines v. Santos Ascencio, Sept. 9.

LVNV Funding LLC v. Arthur Rickard, civil-other, Sept. 9.

Dionicio Beltran v. Joe Fickling et al, real property – other, Sept. 12.

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

STAMPS Lazerick and Latresa Parrish, 405 Main St., Sept. 9, 2019, Chapter 13.

CAMDEN Shirley C. Morgan, P.O. Box 1243, Sept. 6, 2019, Chapter 7.

EL DORADO Peggy Edwina Doster, 319 W. Cook St., Sept. 9, 2019, Chapter 7.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding generally refer to the liquidation of a company that continues to operate while financial matters 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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