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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Chloe Ann Fields, 24, Portland, and Alexander Joseph Vicente King, 26, Portland.

Connor Perry Moss, 23, Ridgefield, and Samantha Jo Seiber, 23, Ridgefield.

Courtney Camille Hoffman, 18, Belle Fourche, S.D., and Rylan Donald Broderson, 18, Spearfish, S.D.

Eric Roman Opryatov, 20, Vancouver, and Irina Dmitriyevna Shishko, 19, Vancouver.

Jamie Ann Herb, 38, Vancouver, and Porfirio Mendoza III, 41, Vancouver.

Jeffery Wendell Wolk, 34, Yacolt, and Kayla Kay Cogwell, 34, Yacolt.

Jessica Briann Batty, 32, Portland, and David Theodore Werbel, 36, Portland.

Jillian Rashelle Christensen, 22, Brush Prairie, and Landon Ross Powell, 22, Nampa, Idaho.

Kristina Marie Heick, 44, Vancouver, and Nathan Ray Cox, 39, Vancouver.

Malloryann Ashby Amick, 23, Battle Ground, and Christopher James Epp, 23, Battle Ground.

Pavel Lastovskiy, 34, Vancouver, and Tonia Livshits, 33, Haifa, Israel.

Riley Ray Waugh, 23, Vancouver, and Mia Grace Levy, 20, Vancouver.

Selena Yamilet Torres, 20, Vancouver, and Daniela Jose Sanchez, 20, Vancouver.

Takara Lea Marie Hutchison, 28, Vancouver, and Cole Isaac Grover, 31, Vancouver.

Terry Scott Williams, 57, Washougal, and Edna Mabel Baquero Castillo, 45, Washougal.

Toni Maire Baker, 60, Vancouver, and Tammi Marie Morasch, 56, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

PETITIONS FILED

Amanda Elaine Keele and Andrew John Engelking.

Beth Ellen Garcia and Charles Norman Garcia Jr.

Harry Anderson III and Lori Anderson.

Jonathan Michael and Tara Tracy Wells.

Keith A. and Jamie L. Thurston.

Manuel Armendariz and Celia Zetina.

Melissa Herlinda Otero and Luana Cruz Mendoza.

My Hoang Nguyen and Long Du.

Natalia Mazur and Vitaliy Grigorovich.

Nicole Irene and Andrew Bernard Weston.

Olha Vakulenko and Francisco Javier Rodriguez.

Rheann Marie and Bryan Lee Gardner.

Teresa Schwark-Everist and David Everist.

PETITIONS OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Jamie Denise and Nicholas Lee Fritz.

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