A state court will attempt to settle a dispute over control of a southern Indiana theme park between the widow and brother of the park's president, who died in 2010.
Attorneys for Lori Koch and Dan Koch argued before the Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday their dispute over sales of shares of Holiday World & Splashin' Safari.
A local judge ruled in January that Lori Koch was majority shareholder of the holding company that operates the popular park in Santa Claus, Ind. But Dan Koch appealed, saying an agreement signed by Will Koch required her to sell her shares to him.
The park was originally called Santa Claus Land when it was started by Louis Koch in 1946. It's been owned by the Koch family ever since.