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Spokane County

Marriage licenses

Jesse M. Botts and Kristian A. Francis, both of Spokane.

David T. Smith and Charlie G. Archer, both of Spokane.

Jacob S. Pederson, of Connell, Washington, and Nancy E. Ely, of Grandview, Washington.

John P. Coogan and Bonnie J. Watts, both of Spokane.

Jeremy D. Howard and Stephanie J. Loper, both of Spokane.

In the courts

Superior courts

New suits

Nationstar HECM Acquisition Trust et al., v. Judith A. Alexander, foreclosure.

McCathern Management & Real Estate Services, Inc. V. Lori Larkin, restitution of premises.

Spokane County v. Jeremy Brandvold, condemnation.

Spokane County v. Bruce M. Pike, condemnation.

Spokane County v. Robert E. Miller et al., condemnation.

Vincent G. & Janet L. Dressel v. Jacob Locker, restitution of premises.

Arlin Jordin v. Penny Blackburn & Eileen Rodriquez, restitution of premises.

Kenneth Wenham & Lincoln Capital LLC v. Steps Re-entry & Terry Mayer, money claimed owed.

Spokane County v. Lyubov Golubeva et al., condemnation.

Discover Bank v. Tammy L. Andrus, money claimed owed.

Spokane County v. Tashall Carr et al., condemnation.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co. v. Trina K. Hilzendeger, restitution of premises.

Synchony Bank v. Wendy Smith, money claimed owed.

Arlin Jordin v. Amy Nelson & Johnathan Cheeney, restitution of premises.

Marriage dissolution petitions

Miller, Breanne M. and Courtney A.

Eyre, Richard S. and Cain, Carisse J.

Brown, Lorene L. and Glindeman, Jonathan A.

Power-Drutis, Leticia M. and Michael L.

Battermann, Dustin R. and Reasor, Destiny A.

ONeall, Andrew T. and Reabecca M.

Sheeley, Lori J. and Colley, Tamara L.

Handley, Ashley A. and Joseph D.

Marriage dissolutions granted

Oey, Elizabeth A. and Johnathan E.

Hutchins, Candi D. and Seymore, Adrian L.

Barton, Krystal S. and Christopher M.

Zhuang, Jason and Zhang, Li

Beaman, Kara A. and Dustin F.

Wall, Gregory T. and Gaynell D.

Ward, Christopher and Whitney

Valencia, Marina E. and Edgar

Bradford, Jack E. and Janice D.

Romero, Cheysel and Juarez, Jose M. Jr.

Fletcher, Stephen L. and Cassandra E.

Jackson, Tammy and Allen.

Federal court

Bankruptcy petitions

Reynaldo Arredondo, Jr., Othello; debts of $60,696.

Kristopher and Tamela Trout, Spokane; debts of $57,152.

Rakhmatdzhon Toshev, Spokane; debts of $43,470.

Virginia Ray, Elk; debts of $119,628.

Randal Allen, Jr., Spokane; debts of $18,344.

Dale and Heidi Brekke, Newman Lake; debts of $198,143.

Big Max Construction, LLC, Moses Lake; debts of $114,109.

Benson Family Funeral Services, Inc., Moses Lake; debts of $444,782.

Georgena Patrick, Spokane; debts of $42,421.

Frank l Wisman, Spokane; debts of $99,955.

Purvis and Farrah Watson, Fairchild AFB; debts of $72,839.

Gary Coleman, Spokane; debts of $45,335.

Christopher Smith, Cheney; debts of $25,238.

Samuel McMurtrey and Stacy McMurtrey, Spokane; debts of $224,880.

Darolyn Hauff, Moses Lake; debts of $17,332.

Susan and Gary Cunningham, Spokane; debts of $149,022.

Matthew Calhoon, Spokane; debts of $38,151.

Jefferey and Jacqueline Moody, Spokane; debts of $1,154,032.

Hilario Ramirez-Elias, Othello; debts of $145,717.

Ronda Smith, Kennewick; debts of $11,000.

John and Lisa Hluboky, Spokane; debts of $193,567.

Gloria Katz, Spokane; debts of $23,535.

Wendy Karnes, Spokane; debts of $152,898.

Tyanne Howry, Spokane Valley; debts of $94,317.

Charles Larkin, Spokane; debts of $14,453.

Tammy Brown, Spokane; debts of $8,400.

Wage-earner petitions

Kevin Harding, Spokane; debts of $205,616.

Lana Richmond, Spokane; debts of $136,193.

David and Gay Okert, Loon Lake; debts of $130,815.

Ronald Johnson, Jr., Spokane; debts of $14,111.

Gregory Phelps, Spokane; debts of $276,949.

Holly Douglass and Jossimar Solorzano, Pasco; debts of $200,675.

Linda Gering, Spokane; debts of $27,320.

Valorie Kerstetter, Edwall, debts not listed.

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