Wednesday, October 16, 2013

LEGAL NOTICE SUMMARY


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- CREDIT BUREAU OF TWIN FALLS, INC. DBA IDAHO COLLECTION BUREAU sues SCOTT E MILLER in another summons.
- A Petition to change the name of Carter Rush Pilcher to Carter Rush Pilcher Minor.
- A Petition to change the name of George-Anne Jane Montgomery to George-Anne Robertson.
- A Consolidated Matter of the Termination of Parental Rights of  GERARDO SALOMON-MEJIA, And the adoption of ADRIAN DOMINIC SALOMON.
n PICABO LIVESTOCK CO INC, has filed Application No. 78831 for changes to their water rights within  BLAINE County.
-A summary of the principal provisions of Ordinance No. 1131 of the City of Hailey, Idaho, duly passed and adopted October 7th.
-The Carey Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a Public Meeting on October 30.
-A Petition to change the name of CORA DAY SCHNEIDER, a minor, now residing in the City of Ketchum will change to CORA DAY KAISER.
-Trustee’s Sale concerning 200 South Main Street, Ketchum.
-Trustee’s Sale concerning 12511 State Highway 75, Blaine Co., Idaho.
-Trustee’s Sale concerning 512 5th Street South, Bellevue, ID.
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 229 River Run Drive, Ketchum, ID.
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 117 Honeysuckle Street, Bellevue.
-Trustee’s Sale concerning 117 Honeysuckle Street, Bellevue.
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 2320 Winterhaven Drive, Hailey.
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 207 South 9th Street Bellevue.
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 711 South River St., Hailey.




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