Published 8:41am Monday, September 21, 2009

—Brandon Scott Hankins, 26, and Megan Brittany Gatrell, 24, both of Lawrence County.

—Steven Paul Hellyer, 32, of Lawrence County, and Amy Michelle Pemberton,33, of Scioto County.

—William Franklin Edwards, 60, of Lawrence County and Marie Ann Jones, 57, f Jackson County.

—Christopher Allen Hysell, 28, and Amy Elizabeth Nicholson, 23, both of Lawrence County.

—Jeffrey Carroll Adkins, 41, of Lawrence County, and Melody Gwen Frye, 41, both of Lawrence County.

—Bradley Thomas Allen, 20, and Deanna Kay Ellis, 20, both of Lawrence County.

—Shawn Michael Watson, 23, and Heather Lee Leffingwell, 23, both of Lawrence County.

—Mark Christopher Lutz, 38, and Brooke Renae Zornes, 28, both of Lawrence County.

—Brian Dennis Justice, 26, and Amber Nichole Harmon, 25, both of Lawrence County.

—Jerry Leo Powell Jr., 48, and Cassandra Jo Bradshaw, 46, both of Lawrence County.

—Ricky Lee Wynn, 26, and Brandi Renee Akers, 23, both of Lawrence County.

—Timothy Aaron Humphrey, 21, of Lawrence County and Kristen Michelle Schmidt, 20, of Boyd County, Ky.

—Bradley Trent Eaves, 29, and Jennifer Leigh Finch, 28, both of Lawrence County.

—Casey Baker, 26, and Jennifer Rebekah Whaley, 26, both of Lawrence County.

—Robert Anthony Pulley, 26, and Lanas Amelia Bryant, 23, both of Lawrence County.

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