Records for the week of August 16-23 included the issuance of three marriage licenses by the Columbia County Clerk’s Office, and two divorce filings in Columbia County Chancery Court.

Marriage Licenses

Dextrick Lapez French of Emerson and Sasha Nicole Smith of Hope, August 16.

William D. Winn of Goldonna, La., and Helen R. Schroeder of Goldonna, August 20.

Jacoby Deontis Roy of Magnolia and Aneesha Dorothea Carr of Texarkana, Texas, August 21.

Divorce cases filed

Tiffany R. Locke vs. Jimmy L. Locke, August 19.

Shane Malone vs. Janeen Baker Malone, August 20.

Civil suits filed the week ending August 23 in Columbia County Circuit Court:

Cach, LLC, vs. Mark Vaughan and Linda S. Vaughan, breach of contract, August 19.

Suits filed the week ending August 23 in Columbia County District Court:

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Ashley N. Bethany, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Keshia L. Clark, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Bobby W. Collins, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Sandra R. Guilbeau, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Rebecca Hebert, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Rose M. Henry, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Brantley D. Jones, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Melissa L. McCormick, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Russell McDonald, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Lawrence R. McWilliams, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Candace V. Roach, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Gregory Robinson, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Rosie Rudd, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Desiree N. Saunders, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Brandon Ames Satterfield, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Lea Scarber, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Mary L. Shaw, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Erica Smith, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Kumesha Ward, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Margaret S. Watson, services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Stanley D. Watson Sr., services rendered, August 20.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Francheska S. Weaver, services rendered, August 20.

Hines Investments vs. Tim Moore, unpaid rent, August 20.

Cach vs. Mark Vaughan, breach of contract, August 21.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Patrick Brackett, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Sharon C. Clark, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Luz De Los, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Travis A. Gilmer, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Earnest I. Hammock, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Gwendolyn Henderson, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Deena M. Holland, services rendered, August 22.

Norsworthy Associates vs. Kimberly M. Jones, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Delicia McGough, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Marcus Muldrew, services rendered, August 22.

Magnolia Regional Medical Center vs. Kristopher Rawlins, services rendered, August 22.

Midsouth Adjustment Co. vs. Deloris Henderson, breach of contract, August 22.

Decisions recorded in Columbia County Circuit Court Civil Division for the week ending August 23:

James Rushing was ordered to forfeit a 2000 white Chevrolet Silverado to the State of Arkansas, default judgment, August 23.

Baine Taylor was ordered to pay FIA Card Services $24,483.91, summary judgment, August 23.

William B. Brown was ordered to pay Discover Bank $3,937.91 plus interest, default judgment, August 23.

No decisions were recorded in Columbia County District Court for the week ending August 23.

Real estate transactions for the week ending August 23, according to the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office:

Darlene M. Maddy, William Wayne Burns and Susan Diane Burns to Ray Burns and Danny R. Burns (trustees of the Burns Family Credit Trust), 1.3428 acres in the SE/4 NE/4, NE/4 SE/4 Section 25, Township 19 South, Range 22 West, NSR.

East Side Missionary Baptist Church to JRB Investments, LLC, a tract in the NW corner Lot 8, Block 5, McKissack Addition to the Town of Waldo, $24,000 range.

William E. Roseberry (trustee of the William E. Roseberry Revocable Trust) to Lois Jean Rowe, Lot 15, Lakewood Townhouses Horizontal Property Regime, $155,000 range.

Tommy R. Thompson, Timothy W. Thompson, Todd Thompson, Cindy Gresham and Bob Gresham, Vicki Hines and Bobby Hines, and Samantha Thompson to Carrington Realty, LLC, 0.67 acres in the SE corner NW/4 SE/4, NW/4 SE/4 Section 24, Township 15 South, Range 22 West, NSR.

Carrington Realty, LLC, to Todd M. Thompson, 0.67 acres in the NW/4 SE/4 Section 24, Township 15 South, Range 22 West, $24,000 range.

Christopher M. Lucy and Wendy C. Lucy to Guy Allen Martin and Katherine Louise Bridges, Lots 9, 10 and 11, Block 2, Stewart Addition #4 to the City of Taylor, $72,000 range.

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

Magnolia

Bobby W. and Kimberly Bearden (aka Kim Bearden), 1447 Braswell Road, August 20, Chapber 13.

Pittman Landscape Planners Inc., P.O. Box 606, August 15, Chapter 12.

Pittman Nursery Corp., 700 Columbia Road 61, August 15, Chapter 12.

McNeil

Latoiea Alexanderia Clayton, 955 Columbia Road 12, August 20, Chapter 13.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings generally refer to the liquidation of a company that continues to operate while financial matters are settled.

Chapter 11 bankruptcy frees a company from creditor 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.

Published: 08/26/2013