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  1. Washington County Bankruptcies Filed Feb. 19 – March 2

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    March 8, 2012 by wcobserver

    U.S. Bankruptcies Filed Western District Bankruptcy Court Honorable Judge Ben T. Barry 2/19/12 – 3/2/12 Michelle Conner; Ch. 7; Represented by Jennifer DuCharme Kyle Link; Ch. 13; Represented by Steven Robbins Jason and Mya Norman; Ch. 13; represented by Steven Robbins Juliette Sherin; Ch. 7; Represented by Steven Kay James and Patricia Main; Ch. 13; Represented by Steven Robbins Jeffrey and Sherri Johnson; Ch. 13; Represented by Lee Kuykendall Heather Walters; Ch. 7; Represented by Todd Hetzberg Jesse Vinsant; Ch. 7; Represented by Pro se Maria Araujo; Ch. 7; Represented by Forrest Stolzer Rachael Lawhorne; Ch. 13; Represented by Steven Robbins Cary May; Ch. 7; Represented by Robert Conner Mandy Bunch; Ch. 13; Represented by Stanley Bond Tammy Cates; Ch. 7; Represented by Robert Conner Danny and Sandra Lyons; Ch. 7; Represented by Robert Conner Michael and Nova Barnes; Ch. 7; Represented by Herbert Southern Paul and Sherry Kirhuff; Ch. 7; Represented by Robin Pace Alfred and Alissa Benard; Ch. 13; Represented by Jennifer DuCharme Dennis and Christie Cotton; Ch. 7; Represented by Esther White Jeffery Whittenburg; Ch. 13; Represented by Theresa Pockrus Hugh Robinson; Ch. 13; Represented by Stephen Parker Christopher Smiley; Ch. 7; Represented by Pro se Takevia Luckie-Haggans; …

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  2. Washington County Divorces for Feb. 21 – March 3

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    March 8, 2012 by wcobserver

    Shanyce and Douglas Bryant, represented by Adrea Gubanski Brad and Wendi Lawless, represented by Kathryn Platt Carey Harsfield, represented by Kathry Platt and Angela Harstfield, represented by Mauria Kemper Laura and Alex Hunt, represented by Andrew Hatfield Brandi and ames Boliver, represented by Pro se John and Jerri Kelley, represented by Pro se Roberto Barrera and Maria Avila, represented by Kimberly Mueller Josh and Holly Johnson, represented by Pro se Dontavious and Crystal McDowell, represented by Pro se Jason and Brandy Smith, represented by Douglas Gramling Juan and Jennifer Hernandez, represented by Curtis Hogue Kelsey and Andrew Caldwell, represented by Mauria Kemper Jose and Jessica Vasquez, represented by Mauria Jackson Tina and Thomas Ayres, represented by Mauria Kemper Pilip and Bianca Keil, represented by William Greenhaw Carolyn and Gerry Nichols, represented by Pro se Michael and Libby Ferguson, represented by Donna Lyles Sason and Sarah Suel, represented by Donna Lyles Darren and Ashley Lancaster, represented by Kedra Boyle Mark and Ashley Butler, represented by Esther White Jason and Michele Sample, represented by Mauria Jackson David and Victoria Leatherbury, represented by Victoria Morris Preston and Barbara Clark, represented by Eric Backstrom Henry and Patricia Seward, represented by Graham Nations Megan and …

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  3. Police Records for Feb. 26 – March 4

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    March 8, 2012 by wcobserver

    Washington County Calls for Service 2/26 Elkins Welfare concern; Combs-Bell Welfare concern; Combs-Bell Domestic disturbance; Trammel Mountain ​Lincoln Welfare concern; E. Holt Disturbance; W. Hwy 62​ ​Prairie Grove Animal complaint; Centerpoint Church Welfare concern; Greasy Valley Disturbance; Prairie Grove Lake Harassment; Centerpoint Church Theft; Stonewall​ ​West Fork Abandoned vehicle; Strickler Traffic complaint; Wallin Mountain ​Winslow Theft; Redbud Tr.​ 2/27 Animal complaint; Braswell Rd.; Elkins​​ Animal complaint; S. Hwy 16; Elkins Traffic complaint; SW Campbell Ave.; Greenland Domestic disturbance; Mitchell Ave.; Lincoln ​ Trespassing; Jim Hall; Prairie Grove​ Forgery/fraud; W. Devils Den Rd.; Winslow  2/28 Elkins Welfare concern; Open Line Animal complaint; McCord/ WC 40 ​Lincoln Welfare concern; Bush Valley WC/ 11 911 hangup; Bush Valley ​Prairie Grove ​Traffic complaint; Hubbard ​Stray dog; Prairie Grove Lake Criminal mischief; Baker Mountain Suspicious activity; S. Hwy 265 Theft; Little Elm Traffic complaint; Bethel Blacktop West Fork​ K9 Activity; McKnight Ave. Harassment; Mineral Sprrings Animal complaint; Trapp Hill Alarm Forgery; Elder Harassment; Mineral Springs Rd. Shots fired; South Hwy 170 Harassment; Skyview East​ ​Winslow Traffic complaint Domestic disturbance; Wallin Mountain Welfare concern; Landelius  Shots fired; Devils Den Rd. Washington County Arrests • Heather Timmons, 34, of Farmington, was arrested by the WCSO March 2 on …

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  4. Washington County Divorces, Feb. 1 — Feb. 14

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    February 24, 2012 by wcobserver

    Bobby Smith and Kelly Lopez, represented by Pro se Joey and Jennifer Hall, represented by Donna Lyles Jason and Christina Mair, represented by Dianne Boyd Ray and Judith Hathaway, represented by Charles Stutte Danny and Samantha Newberry, represented by Jennifer Ducharme Anthony and Miriah Freed, represented by John Hall Christi and Kevin Turner, represented by Pro se Jamison and April Lawson, represented by Melissa McManus Jeff and Tandi Newman, represented by Johnnie Rhoads, Robert and Niki Nouzousky, represented by Meliss a McManus Preston and Kathryn Stone, represented by Charles Chadwick Ferrari Hoffman and Zairin Koenck, represented by Pro se John and Nellie Holmberg, represented by Pro se Steve and Stephanie Hopper, represented by Scott Smitt Guillermo and Tania Porto, represented by Pro se Jesus and Martha Lopez, represented by Jeff Watson Matthew and Teri Hegi, represented by Donna Lyles Alexis and Wesley Cooper, represented by Jason Whales Howard and Kimberly Smith, represented by W. H. Taylor Peggy and Max Hillman, represented by Mauria Kemper Anna and Robert Cutsinger, represented by Mauria Kemper Terry and Kimberly Harper, represented by Sam Hilburn Jared and Jennifer Graham, represented by Cindy Hawkins Ashley and William Clampet, represented by Pro se Dewayne and Willistine Springer, …

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  5. Western District of Arkansas Bankruptcies Filed, Feb. 1 — Feb. 15

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    February 24, 2012 by wcobserver

    Honorable Judge Ben T. Barry 2/01/12 – 2/15/12 Joel and Louela Sebag; Ch. 7; represented by Jill Jacoway David Wold; Ch. 7; represented by Jennifer DuCharme Michael and Melissa Barron; Ch. 7; represnted by Pro se Patricia Smith; Ch. 7; represented by Jennifer DuChame David and Laura McCleland; Ch. 7; represented by Cindy Hawkins Jerry and Alice Turner, Ch. 7; represented by Barry Baker Stephen Hammill; Ch. 7; represented by Theresa Pockrus Jamie Lee; Ch. 13; represented by Brian Wilson Jennifer Bingham; Ch. 7; represented by Jill Jacoway Mranda Seale; Ch.7; represented by Robert Conner Virginia Garcia; Ch.13; represented by Emily Henson Victor Ramirez; Ch. 7; represented by Robert Conner Maria Bueno; Ch. 7; represented by Jeffrey Conner Sherrie Adair; Ch.13; represented by Steven Robbins The Halo Investment Trust; Ch. 7; represented by William Mayo Jonathan and Heather Hendrick; Ch. 7; represented by Todd Hertzberg Clarence and Peggy Metcalf; Ch. 7; represented by Theresa Pockrus Hortencia Beeler; Ch. 7; represented by Esther White Kenneth and Cathie Rader; Ch. 13; represented by Stanley Bond Larry Beene; Ch. 13; represented by Todd Hertzberg Brian and Angelina Cosey; Ch. 7; represented by Forrest Stolzer Sleep Right, LLC; Ch. 11; represented by Stanley Bond Josie …

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  6. Law and Order for Feb. 6 – Feb. 19

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    February 24, 2012 by wcobserver

    Calls for Service 2/7/12 • Welfare concern; N. Jackson Hwy; Lincoln • Theft; E. Hwy 74; Elkins • Hazel Valley/ WC 47; Elkins • Stray dog; W. Battlefield Park; Prairie Grove • Animal complaint; N. Center St.; Elkins • Theft; N. Hwy 16; Elkins 2/8/12 • Sexual assault; West Fork • Criminal mischief; S. Hwy 71; West Fork • Trespassing; Hazel Valley; Elkins • Harassment; Eastview; Elkins • Criminal mischief; Northview; Elkins • Welfare concern; Jimmy Devault; Farmington 2/9/12 • Domestic disturbance; Sugar Mountain; West Fork • Welfare concern; Carter Lane Rd.; Winlsow • Burglary; S. Hwy 59; Lincoln • Disturbance; Hubbard Ln.; Prairie Grove • Animal complaint; Malico Mountain; West Fork • Stray dog; Butler; Prairie Grove • Theft; Greasy Valley; Prairie Grove  2/10/12 • Criminal mischief; Bethel Blacktop; Farmington • Welfare concern; Little/ WC 15; Lincoln • Traffic hazard; Stonewall; Prairie Grove • Stray dog; N. Jackson Hwy; Lincoln • Animal complaint; Summers Mountain; Lincoln • Suspicious activity; S. Hwy 170; West Fork • 911 hangup; Bethlehem; Winslow • Traffic complaint; S. Hwy 265; West Fork • Welfare concern; Bethel Blacktop; Prairie Grove  2/11/12 • Sexual assault; Lincoln • Welfare concern; Ditmars; Prairie Grove • Assault; Arthur Ave.; Lincoln …

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  7. Winslow Appoints New Race President

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    February 9, 2012 by wcobserver

    WINSLOW – Plans​are​underway​for​the​ second​annual​Winslow​Half​Marathon​and​ 5k​ Race​ to​ be​ held​ on​ Sept.​ 22.​ Event​ organizers ​recently ​met​ at ​the ​home​ of​ community​ volunteer​ Mary​ Anderson,​ where​ they​ discussed​ plans​ for​ this​ year’s​ race,​ appointed​ race​ organizing​ committees​ and​ elected​ a​ new​ Race​ President.​ This​ years​ race​ will ​take ​place ​under ​the ​leadership​ of​ Jane ​Maginot, ​of ​Winslow. Jane​ Maginot​ moved​ to​ the​ Boston​ Mountains​ four​ years​ ago​ with​ her​ hus- band,​ James,​ to​ start​ a​ small​ diversified​ farm,​ Beyond​ Organics​ Farm.​ Together​ they​ raise​ vegetables,​ goats,​ poultry​ and​ cattle.​ The​ farm​ is​ in​ its​ early​ stages​ and​ growing​ leaps​ and​ bounds​ every​ year.​ Off​ farm,​Jane​is​a​Program​Associate​in​Water​ Quality​ for​ the​ University ​of​ Arkansas ​Division​ of​ Agriculture​ Cooperative​ Extension​ Service.​ Her​ responsibilities​ include​ urban​ stormwater​ program​ coordination​ and​ promotion,​ development​ of​ stormwater​ teaching​ resources,​ and​ youth ​outreach.​ Prior​ to​ coming​ to​ Northwest​ Arkansas,​ Jane​ worked​ and​ lived​ in​ the​ East​African​ country​ of​ Tanzania​ as​ an​ Executive​ Director​ for​ a​ small​ non-profit​ and​ as​ a​ U.S.​ Peace​ Corps​ Volunteer.​ Jane​ is​ originally​ from​Texarkana,​TX.​ This​ year’s​ race​ will​ be​ limited​ to​ 500​ runners,​who​ will ​once ​again ​run ​the ​same​ Half​ Marathon​ Certified​ course​ created​ in​ 2011.​ Once​ again,​ the​ race​ will​ benefit​ local​ Winslow​ non-profit​ organizations.​ …

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