No one expects to have fun visiting the Jackson County Courthouse to file papers for divorces, lawsuits, restraining orders, motions, continuances, subpoenas and appeals. Mercifully, Johnathon Bish makes such unpleasant tasks a little more bearable. Bish sits at the first cubicle that people see inside the circuit file office on the third floor of the Jackson County Courthouse, and his space is full of color -- photos, rainbow images, smiley faces and Hawaiian leis. One casual Friday, Bish wore ripped jeans and a tight T-shirt and tended to a line of people snaking toward the lobby. (When he's not dealing with customers, we've heard him quizzing his fellow employees: "Who's your favorite female celebrity?" "What's your favorite television theme song?") He deals with people speedily, cheerfully and efficiently, which is one reason that he was named Employee of the Month last December -- just two months after he was hired. "It's interesting how many people I deal with, and I do try to go that extra step," he says. He adds that he knows what it's like to get the runaround. "People think we don't do a lot, but we're pretty much the most important department here," he notes, a little immodestly. "If it weren't for us, nobody could ever find anything."