Court Clerk

The court clerk has the primary responsibility to record, file, and maintain as permanent records the proceedings of the district court.

Record Searches

The Court Clerk has court files and documents commencing from the early 1900's to the current time. All court records, excluding Juvenile, Adoption and Mental Health records, are available for public inspection.

Court Clerk staff can provide informational assistance with copies of records for a nominal fee - $1.00 for the first page; $0.50 cents each page thereafter; $0.50 cents for certification of record. Copies of records may be submitted in person, by mail, or by email. Copies retrieve in person are generally available immediately, with the exception of records more than 10 years old, which may require additional research of hard-copy records in storage.

Records search in person/by mail/by email: Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope along with names, years and as much information that you can provide in order to help us find what you are looking for. There is a $5.00 charge for this search.

To do a search on your own from 1998 to present, you may use this website: