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Vital Statistics

Repeating assignment for Vitals

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Anna Belle Hatfield, 23, Vancouver, and Bryan James Rippentrop, 29, Vancouver.

Ariel Ramira Tarr, 32, White Salmon, and Aiden Lowell Beck, 34, White Salmon.

Crystal Renee Jacobs, 40, Mountain View, Hawaii, and Jack Brady Jacobs, 51, Mountain View.

Emily Rose Shotwell, 22, Vancouver, and Tommy Joseph Quigley, 24, Vancouver.

Haley Marie Johnson, 23, Vancouver, and Joshua Blaine Hopkins, 22, Vancouver.

Hermann Hoas Ernst, 61, Battle Ground, and Sharon Ruth Fronk, 56, Battle Ground.

Jennifer Judith Logan, 26, Washougal, and Thomas Michael Steagall Jr., 23, Washougal.

Marcus Nathaniel Wood, 22, Camas, and Lily Catherynn Clark Parsley, 20, Camas.

Nicholas Jon Bryan, 26, Vancouver, and Caitlin Leigh Smith, 26, Vancouver.

Oswaldo Ramirez Pina, 49, Bothell, and Mercedes Sanchez Ramos, 53, Vancouver.

Richard Thomas McNicholas, 43, Vancouver, and Alexandra Riyan Johnson, 24, Vancouver.

Scherrellanda O.M. Pierre, 26, Vancouver, and Jeffrey Alexander Avalos Curry, 27, Vancouver.

Sharweene Tadayoshi Skebong, 43, Vancouver, and Jacqueline Techur, 46, Vancouver.

Simeon Petrovich Goldinov, 25, Skamokawa, and Natasha Konopadchenko, 22, Abbeville, S.C.

Summer Louise Turner, 40, Vancouver, and Cole Douglas Melton, 30, Gresham, Ore.

Tony Matthew Sahli, 44, Battle Ground, and Heather Jean Govia, 44, Battle Ground.

Viacheslav Lytvynenko, 68, Vancouver, and Lyudmila Kotyakov, 67, Vancouver.

Yulia G. Bondar, 32, Battle Ground, and Roman Pavlovich Belenkiy, 31, Battle Ground.

Marriage Dissolutions


Emilee Michelle and Ronald Aaron Monteroso.

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.


Angel Ramses Bahena, 33, 12102 S.E. Woodward Place, Portland, 90 days, third-degree assault (domestic violence.)

Israel Imazio Salazar, 21, 2814 Neals Lane, 30 days, fourth-degree assault (domestic violence.)

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