Cleveland County residents filed 1,303 marriages, while registering 1,442 divorces in 2005, according to statistics released Tuesday by Cleveland County Court Clerk Rhonda Hall.
The marriage total increased from 1,010 in 2004; divorces increased from 1,395 in 2004.
The number of protective orders filed was 708; up from 582 the previous year.
Civil suits above $10,000 were filed 2,055 times in 2005, up from 1,994 in 2004.
Civil suits less than $10,000 numbered 1,848, down from 1,979 in 2004.
Small claims were filed 4,767 times in 2005, up from 4,180 in 2004.
In all, 1,848 felonies were filed in 2005, up from 1,737 in 2004. Misdemeanors numbered 2,475; down from 2,974 in 2004.
This Week's Circulars
Major F. 'Red' Morrow, 92, of Norman, died June 15, 2021. Graveside Service: 2:00pm, Friday, June 18th, Resthaven Memory Gardens, 500 SW 104th Street, Oklahoma City. The family requests masks be worn at the graveside service. Share condolences online: www.havenbrookfuneralhome.com.
Shepherd, Dr. Colonel Virgil
Dr. William D. "Bill" Anderson, Jr., 93, of Joplin, Missouri, formerly of Norman, died June 15, 2021. Graveside service: 11:00 a.m. Friday, June 18th, Clinton City Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Thornhill-Dillon Mortuary, Joplin, Missouri.
- Horning: Coaches need to tell NCAA what's acceptable and threaten not showing up
- Horning: Five things to remember and take away from a wonderful and poorly scheduled WCWS
- OU Softball (Extra Frames): Gasso makes the case for replay
- Horning: Her whole team won, but it was Juarez who improbably made it possible
- OU Softball (Extra Frames): Controversy marks seventh inning
- OU Softball (Extra Frames): Sooners broke record after record, all season and at the World Series
- Horning: Getting to Game 3, Sooners, Seminoles deserve a bigger stage
- OU Softball: Juarez keep it going, bats back her up, Sooners win fifth national championship
- OU football player arrested Sunday morning
- NonDoc suing OU for reports on Boren investigations