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Sarah Artim and her mother, Nancy Artim, sued Cross Creek Manor, and its operator, the World Wide Association of Specialty Programs, in Federal Court. The seven causes of action include fraud and slavery. “This case is about a 15-year-old girl’s being unlawfully locked up for 16 months in a private prison in Utah,” the lawsuit states.
Martha Kobylak, 77, of Johnson City died unexpectedly at her home Thursday, January 22, 2004. She was predeceased by parents, Alex and Eva (Misko) Artim; two brothers, John and Peter Artim; and two sisters, Sarah Artim and Helen Skasko.
Parties, docket activity and news coverage of federal case Artim et al v. Cross Creek Manor et al, case number 2:13-cv-00770, from Utah Court.
“On or about January 2007, Nancy Artim signed an enrollment agreement with Cross Creek Manor along with a demanded [sic] of $4,500 month for the 16 months that Sarah was at Cross Creek, and additional amounts totaling approximately $100,000, which eventually forced Nancy into bankruptcy.
She was also preceded in death by two brothers, Peter and John Artim; and four sisters, Sarah Artim, Martha Kobylak, Helen Skasko and Mary Varsik.
2011 outdoor season: Liberty League Championships: Second place, 4x100 relay (53.55) … 2011 indoor season: Liberty League Championships, third place, 4x200-meter relay (1:56.33) … 2010 outdoor season: Liberty League Championships, first place, 4x100-meter relay (51.35) … 2010 indoor season ...
Welcome to Mrs. Artim's Space! My name is Holli Artim and I am starting my 20th year here at Pottsgrove High School. I graduated from Bloomsburg University in May of 1999 and started working at Pottsgrove in August of that same year.