James Leonard Smith, 54, of Rushville, and Cindy Lee Ann Honeycutt, 46, of Indianapolis.
Blake Aaron Nigh, 19, of Arlington, and Kristen Nicole Adkins, 18, of Greensburg.
Beneficial Financial Inc., successor by merger to Beneficial Indiana Inc. dba Beneficial Mortgage Co. vs. Citifiancial Services Inc., David and May Shouse, $93,896.04 judgment plus interest and $1,500 attorney fees.
Eva VanNatta vs. Sara L. Hastings, $2,000 judgment plus interest.
Jeff Brinson vs. Melinda A. Mills, $23 judgment plus interest.
Pierce Howard vs. Melinda A. Mills, $5 judgment plus interest.
In re the marriage of Tamara and Ronald Ward, venue changed to Hancock County.
Collection Associates, LLC vs. Jeremy Arnett, $5,187.60 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Lisa A. Edwards, $3,161.77 judgment plus court cost, interest and $332.58 prejudgment interest.
— vs. Donald Farquer, $3,177.50 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Shelvin Hill, $ 2,057.91 judgment plus court cost, interest, $296.74 prejudgment interest and $275 attorney fees.
— vs. Cortney Messer, $775.55 judgment plus court cost, interest, $68 prejudgment interest and $155 attorney fees.
— vs. Alisa Sampson, $489.11 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Ryan Scott, $555.49 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Lynnea Welch, $696.30 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Chante and Daniel Wells, $3,364.70 judgment plus court cost and interest.
First Credit Company, Inc. vs. Wendy Bates and Sarah Martz, $1,618.32 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Dustin Berry and Franklin Hensley, $1,762.79 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Alyssa Ellen Jacobs, $1,711.01 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Kyle A. Lauderdale, $2,100.59 judgment plus court cost and interest.
Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance as subrogee of Gina Seidensticker, vs. Ilene Buchannan, $2,724.75 judgment plus interest.
Midland Funding LLC vs. Joseph Grillo, $832.26 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Joanna Lawson, $2,884.81 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Jeffrey Shepherd, $1,935.69 judgment plus court cost and interest.
LVNV Funding LLC vs. Georgia A. Holmes, $3,813.08 judgment plus interest.
Discover Bank vs. Laura A. Schindler, $1,657.28 judgment plus court cost, interest and $300 attorney fees.
Mainsource Bank vs. Markus G. and Martha H. Strobl, $38,670.95 judgment plus court cost and interest.
The Bath State Bank vs. Markus G. and Martha H. Strobl, $69,861.38 judgment plus court cost and interest.
State of Indiana vs. David G. Cline, on misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
— vs. William D. Capps, on misdemeanor charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and OWI with a controlled substance or its metabolite in the body. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
— vs. Everett A. Honchell on misdemeanor charges of battery, disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement and public intoxication. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
— Jesse McMahan on misdemeanor charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .15 percent or greater, OWI endangerment and failure to stop at the scene of a property damage accident. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
— vs. Bradley S. Wooten, on misdemeanor charges of criminal mischief and illegal possession of alcoholic beverages by a minor. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
— vs. Christopher J. Young, on a misdemeanor charge of illegal possession of marijuana. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
— vs. Justen D. Hoots on a misdemeanor charge of illegal possession of marijuana. Guilty by admission of guilt or plea agreement.
In re the marriage of William and Carla Stiers, dissolution of marriage decree.
In re the marriage of Dodie and William Burrows, dissolution of marriage decree.
In re the marriage of Audrey Goolsby and Aaron McDaniel, dissolution of marriage decree.
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- Downtown parking disrupted A number of parking spots located on the west side of Main Street were closed to motorist earlier this week as a result of falling debris from a structure. Decorative masonry from the uppermost façade of the Office King Building, 309 North Main Stree
- Chipotle sales surge as it draws more customers NEW YORK (AP) - Mexican food chain Chipotle reported a higher quarterly profit Thursday as more customers flocked to its restaurants for burritos, bowls and tacos. The Denver-based chain's popularity has kept growing because people like that they can
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- Youngsters get a jump on turkey season Youth turkey season will begin Saturday. Hunters and their children need to know a few things before setting out on the hunt. According to Department of Natural Resources officer Gary Catron, there are several rules that need to be followed in order
- Gordon announces candidacy for county council Phil Gordon would like to announce his candidacy for County Council District 1. He is a lifelong resident of Rush County and he and his wife, Michele, live two miles south of Mays. He is a 1972 graduate of RCHS and continued his education at Purdue U
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