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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Aline Denise Babine, 34, Vancouver, and Luis Enrique Chunga Celis, 34, Vancouver.

Caitlin Anne Fowler, 31, Vancouver, and Dale Anthony Low, 46, Vancouver.

Daniel Lee Stewart, 57, Vancouver, and Patricia Lynn McMahon, 55, Vancouver.

Heidi Jane Nosler, 28, Ridgefield, and Nathan Andrew Hall, 27, Ridgefield.

Jazmine D. Giese, 27, La Center, and Jacob Theodore Tubbs, 26, La Center.

Joseph Anthony Reynolds, 44, Ridgefield, and Brandy Julia Oneil, 40, Vancouver.

Karissa Dawn Homola, 29, Ridgefield, and Adam Casey Speer, 33, Ridgefield.

Samantha Weber, 29, Washougal, and Gabrielle Nicole Solario, 35, Washougal.

Sandra Sue Mayfield, 57, Vancouver, and Shannon Dean Long, 53, Battle Ground.

Taylor Isabel Keeney, 22, Vancouver, and Andrew Cooper Maclean, 25, Vancouver.

Yahaira Carolina Guardado Betancourt, 27, Vancouver, and Nolberto Jaimes Madrigal, 36, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Amy and Joseph Crouse.

Ian Robert and Sieraa D. Vidovic.

Jennifer Ann and Dustin R. Schaerer.

Julie and Jason Mehr.

Kimberly Ann and Ronald Roger Justin.

Kristen C. and Timothy J. Lefebvre.

Mackenzie and Enrique Love.

Tina Renee Turner and Shawn Ray Hagedorn.


Sherrie M. and Aaron Johnson.

Court Sentencings

The Columbian’s policy is to publish all Clark County Superior Court felony sentencings, as provided by the Clark County Clerk’s Office. Addresses are provided by the courts and may have changed by the time of sentencing.


Jason Allan Stanley, 49, 3708 N.E. 109th Ave. Apt. II12, 36 months, first-degree dealing in sexually explicit depictions of a minor.

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