Palo Pinto County Clerk Janette Green
• Steven Silva and Monica Sue Cansler, March 17.
• Harrison Cole Dunnam and Ashtin Deigh Parr, March 4.
• Gordon Ray Heddins and Jacquelynn Tyler Wilbanks, March 12.
• Rodney Lee Swindell and Raina Michelle Kline, March 24.
29th Judicial District, Clerk Janie Glover, Judge Jerry Ray
New civil cases
• Attorney General vs. Michael Joseph Moticha, title IVD-UIFSA.
• State of Texas vs. Victor Randy Lozano, bond forfeiture.
• Attorney General vs. Michael S. Tinsley, title IVD-UIFSA.
• Attorney General vs. Scott Forrest Price, title IVD – support order.
• Attorney General vs. Willie Alvarado, title IVD – support order.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Fred Jones Modrall, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Eddie Lane, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. Vickie Moening, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. David Walter Slaughter, tax case.
• Palo Pinto County vs. John Wesley Johnson Jr., tax case.
• Melba Jean Rance vs. Melinda Jean Colton, real property.
Disposed civil cases
• Charles and Bonnie Baker vs. Palo Pinto County Appraisal District, civil case.
• DPI/OFS Service Co LLC vs R.L. Adkins, d/b/a First Call Well Service, consumer/commercial debt.
• Martin and Lynn Garner vs. 7-R Ranch Estates Property Owners Association Inc, civil case.
• Citibank N.A. vs. Jose G. Gonzales, consumer/commercial debt.
Disposed criminal cases
• Nathaniel Henry Whittaker – revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; sentenced to 18 months confinement.
• James Richard Braswell – revocation of probation for assault causing bodily injury to a family member; sentenced to eight years confinement.
• Thressa Kay Johnson, revocation of probation for delivery of marijuana, more than one-quarter ounce, less than 5 pounds in a drug-free zone.
• Jeremy Dewayne Noel – possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; four years deferred adjudication, $2,500 fine, $140 restitution and $304 court costs.
• Harry Robert Jackson – theft of property, more than $1,500, less than $20,000; four years deferred adjudication, $5,416 restitution and $244 court costs.
• Zakkary Ryan Walker – aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury; 10 years deferred adjudication and $244 court costs.
• James Wesley Sims – burglary of a building; convicted and sentenced to 16 months confinement, $3,549 restitution, $2,500 fine and $219 court costs.
• Rhona Lee Light – theft of property, more than $1,500, less than $20,000, from a public servant; six years deferred adjudication, $1,500 fine and $244 court costs.
• Jesse Lyn Clark – revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; sentenced to two years confinement.
• Riggin Gideon Valley – revocation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; sentenced to two years confinement.
Palo Pinto County Clerk Janette Green
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Weather forces area schools to close Friday
Ice, snow and sleet accumulations in a winter storm that began Thursday in the area and is expected to continue through Friday afternoon has forced area school districts to close Friday.
Kelley Family’s home a stop on Tour
As part of a continuing series, the Index is highlighting each property on Zonta’s 28th annual Christmas Tour of Homes, Dec. 8. Next up is the Kelley Family’s home on NE 7th Street.
Fires blot Mineral Wells on and around Thanksgiving
While the rest of the city was preparing, eating or digesting their turkey, Mineral Wells firefighters responded to three fires on and around Thanksgiving.
Local Bed and Breakfast featured on Tour of Homes
In anticipation of the Mineral Wells Zonta Club’s 28th annual Christmas Tour of Homes, the Index is featuring each of the six properties that will be on display during this year’s tour on Dec 8, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Holiday reminder: Safe practices can prevent car theft
The holiday shopping season has officially arrived and there is no better time to remind readers of the importance of safe practices to prevent car burglaries and thefts.
The story of the Nickerson family is one of achieving great success and giving back to the community and those who helped them so much along the way.
Break on through (not quite to the other side)
The Mineral Wells Police Department responded to a hit-and-run accident that did more than put a dent in a vehicle – it did some damage to the outer wall of a building.
Santo student competing in Miss Teen of Texas Pageant
MaKaylee Dawn Steiner, 14-year-old daughter of Dieter and Misty Steiner, of Mineral Wells, and granddaughter of Edwin and Debbie Fowler and Dieter K. & Stevie Jo Steiner, also of Mineral Wells, has been selected as a candidate in the 2013 Miss Teen of Texas Scholarship and Recognition Pageant.
‘Black Friday’ has local businesses and shoppers seeing green
Thanksgiving is fast approaching and the very next day is one of the biggest sales holidays of the entire year.
PPC Juvenile Board meets
PALO PINTO – The Palo Pinto County Juvenile Board met in a regular meeting Thursday morning in the Palo Pinto County Courthouse.
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