Births

Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington

JOHNSON, Sue Ellen, Everett, girl, Feb. 20

NATIONS, Kaila and Travis, Arlington, boy, Feb. 21

WENZ, Lynn and OMAN, Michael Sr., Arlington, boy, Feb. 21

Valley General Hospital, Monroe

BELMAREZ, Keshia and ASHBY, James, Marysville, boy, Feb. 21

FORBES, Amanda, Monroe, boy, Feb. 21

GASWINT, Julie and Josh, Arlington, boy, Feb. 23

Providence Everett Medical Center, Everett

DOW, Christina and Cory, Lake Stevens, boy, Jan. 29

PEMPEIT, Ashley, Everett, boy, Feb. 8

AGUAYO, Aiyssa and ATWORTH, Grayden, Granite Falls, boy, Feb. 8

ERVIN, Rebecca, Everett, girl, Feb. 8

RODRIGUEZ DE NELSON, Maria and NELSON, Cashe, Arlington, boy, Feb. 9

LOGAN, April and Larry, Lake Stevens, girl, Feb. 9

GOVERTSEN, Kristi and Kenneth, Mukilteo, boy, Feb. 9

ODELL-TOWNE, Kaitlyn and TOWNE, James, Everett, boy, Feb. 9

AXON, Samantha and Patrick, Marysville, girl, Feb. 9

LAWRENCE, Melissa and SCHULTZ, Michael, Lake Stevens, girl, Feb. 9

FRANK, Amy and Christopher, Camano Island, girl, Feb. 10

MITCHELL, Heather and Bryant, Marysville, girl, Feb. 10

NICOLAS, Rowena and Pete, Marysville, girl, Feb. 10

JOHNSON, Michelle and Clint, Granite Falls, girl, Feb. 10

RODRIGUEZ, Heather and Christopher, Everett, girl, Feb. 11

HANSEN, Carolyn and Christopher, Everett, boy, Feb. 11

ANDERTON, Mara, Everett, girl, Feb. 11

WEITZEL, Veronica and Dominique, Granite Falls, girl, Feb. 11

BOONE, Jessica and Shawn, Marysville, boy, Feb. 11

BAKER, Desta, Everett, boy, Feb. 11

LEE, Heather and James, Mukilteo, boy, Feb. 11

BARNHART, Elizabeth and Sean, Marysville, girl, Feb. 11

SALZANO, Kristen and Benjamin, Snohomish, girl, Feb. 12

BJORGEN, Rebecca and Jason, Marysville, girl, Feb. 12

SPRAGUE, Destinie and BOLLEN, Matt, Everett, boy, Feb. 12

THORNHILL, Lisa and Mike, Marysville, girl, Feb. 12

REAMER, Lit and John, Silvana, girl, Feb. 12

TONSGARD, Tony and BECK, Robert, Everett, girl, Feb. 13

CONAT, Jennifer and SIMMONS, Donald, Bothell, boy, Feb. 13

VALDES, Renee and Lando, Everett, boy, Feb. 13

ALVARADO, Bao-Yen and Milton, Everett, boy, Feb. 13

PALMER, Kristine and Duane, Marysville, girl, Feb. 13

WALSH, Brooke and ALEXANDER, Christopher, Kirkland, boy, Feb. 13

ROBINSON, Nicol and Jeff, Marysville, girl, Feb. 13

CLEMENS, Jada and Jordan, Everett, boy, Feb. 14

McCORMICK, Chere and Mike, Marysville, girl, Feb. 14

MOBLEY, Kristle and DANARD, Steven, Snohomish, girl, Feb. 14

REID, Sadie and NESS, Harold, Everett, girl, Feb. 14

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