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Bankruptcies for March 15-21

Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for March 15 through March 21. Individuals can file Chapter 7 petitions (asking that debts be liquidated); Chapter 12 (a simplified reorganization method for farmers ...

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Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for March 15 through March 21. Individuals can file Chapter 7 petitions (asking that debts be liquidated); Chapter 12 (a simplified reorganization method for farmers and ranchers whose gross debt does not exceed $1.5 million); and Chapter 13 (a plan to repay some debts in three to five years). Businesses can file Chapter 11 petitions to reorganize their debts under a court-approved plan for repayment.

• Aberdeen: Holly Jo Brockel, Chapter 7.

• Egan: Thomas Jerome Smith, Chapter 7; Louella Anne Smith, Chapter 7.

• Hartford: Rose Ann Quinn, Chapter 7.

• Houghton: Hector Jesus Rojas-Hidalgo, Chapter 7; Krista Rae Rojas, Chapter 7.

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• Northville: Sharla Ann Nickeson, Chapter 7.

• Onida: Maghan Lynn Merrill, Chapter 7.

• Piedmont: Laron J. Clayburn, Chapter 7; Stacey (no middle name) Clayburn, Chapter 7.

• Pierre: Jennie Leigh Fuerst, Chapter 7; Kenneth Charles Carroll, Chapter 7.

• Rapid City: Roger Kent Olson, Chapter 7.

• Sioux Falls: Christopher Charles Meyer, Chapter 7; Beth Ann Bultena, Chapter 7; Heather Suzanne Corcoran, Chapter 7; Kim Rose Ann Jepp, Chapter 7; Kelly Joel Skatvold, Chapter 7; Lorenzo Waldemar-Juan Francisco, Chapter 7.

• Summerset: Jeremy Allen Nye, Chapter 7.

• Watertown: Stefanie Ellen Redearth, Chapter 7.

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• Hyannis, Nebraska: Adam Douglas Ferguson, Chapter 7.

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