Vital statistics: births

OLLILA, Tineasha and Dan, Lynnwood, girl, Feb. 9.

HARWOOD-STAMPER, Heather and Pete, Mukilteo, girl, Feb. 2.

BONDARENKO, Raisa and Vladimir, Lynnwood, boy, Jan. 31.

NEDI, Mekdes, and MENGISTU, Aslifew, Edmonds, boy, Feb. 3.

HAMMER, Grace and John, Everett, girl, Feb. 4.

CAMPBELL, Kimberly, and IFFLAND, Eric, Mountlake Terrace, boy, Feb. 4.

MURRAY, Pamela and Ryan, Lynnwood, girl, Feb. 4.

MILLER, Michelle, and BROWN, Travis, Everett, girl, Jan. 26.

PEREZ, Glenda, and CASTILLO, Pablo, Everett, girl, Jan. 27.

BOLLING, Karen and Robert, Everett, girl, Jan. 30.

ELL, Dawn and Justin, Monroe, boy, Feb. 2.

MATIAS, Estrellita, and SULLIVAN, Thaddens, Gold Bar, boy, Feb. 2.

STRICKLAND, Noel and Robert, Snohomish, boy, Feb. 3.

GRAVES, Amber and Jereme, Arlington, boy, Feb. 3.

KUEHN, Sara, and HAIG, Stephen, Everett, boy, Jan. 27.

DILLING, Melissa and Coby, Snohomish, girl, Jan. 27.

WARREN, Brandi and Eric, Snohomish, girl, Jan. 27.

ANDERSON, Susan and Jeffery, Everett, girl, Jan. 28.

SULLIVAN, Tiffany and Joseph, Marysville, boy, Jan. 29.

JONES, Amber and Chris, Marysville, boy, Jan. 29.

PARKER, Jennifer and Donald, Everett, girl, Jan. 29.

OLVERA, Mariana, and HERNANDEZ, Jesus, Everett, girl, Jan. 29.

CASTILLO, Tina and Cesar, Lynnwood, girl, Jan. 30.

PETRYK, Kimberly, and BIEGEL, Sean, Everett, girl, Jan. 30.

LeBARON, Yvonne and Austin, Everett, boy, Jan. 30.

YOUNG, Mignette, and WILSON, Lucas, Everett, boy, Jan. 30.

ALIT, Tara, and HAMAR, Leif, Everett, girl, Jan. 30.

SAENZ, Stephanie and Samuel, Lynnwood, boy, Jan. 30.

BAKER, Kimberley and Tony, Everett, girl, Jan. 30.

MEJIA, Josefina, and VAZQUEZ, Julio, Marysville, girl, Jan. 31.

MANGUM-LEGENDRE, Rita, and LEGENDRE, Robert, Arlington, boy, Jan. 31.

SCHMIDT, Beth and Jim, Everett, boy, Jan. 31.

GRAAFSTRA, Nicole and Trevor, Snohomish, boy, Jan. 31.

STIVERS, Krystal, and EDDY, Jason, Arlington, girl, Jan. 31.

DIEGO, Laura and Anthony, Marysville, girl, Jan. 31.

LE, Thu, and RUSHING, Keith, Edmonds, girl, Jan. 31.

RODRIGUEZ, Kathleen and Pedro, Arlington, boy, Jan. 31.

WILT, Rebekah, and MATHIS, Caleb, Everett, girl, Jan. 31.

ANDERSON, Jennifer and Mark, Oak Harbor, boy, Feb. 1.

CONDON, Laura and Michael, Everett, boy, Feb. 1.

ROETCISOENDER, Shera and Charles Jr., Snohomish, twin boys, Feb. 1.

DOUGLAS, Zara and Jeromy, Everett, boy, Feb. 1.

ISHAM, Detra and Morgan, Arlington, girl, Feb. 1.

HAAS, Cory and Chad, Everett, boy, Feb. 1.

HERSHAW, Shanna, and WEBB, Rollin, Marysville, girl, Feb. 2.

LUTZ, Nichole, Granite Falls, boy, Feb. 2.

MENEFEE, Jennifer, and LANCASTER, Quinten, Everett, boy, Feb. 2.

BOGART, Amanda, and LEYVA, Chris, Everett, girl, Feb. 2.

WERNER, Amber and Chris, Marysville, girl, Feb. 2.

PISARENKO, Vera, Everett, girl, Feb. 2.

SHOEMAKER, Brenda and Marty, Marysville, boy, Feb. 3.

PATTERSON, Molly, Everett, boy, Feb. 3.

RAINFORD, Chantal and Gerald, Granite Falls, boy, Feb. 3.

AL-GHAZALI, Baydaa and Taraf, Everett, girl, Feb. 3.

VALLEZA, Rochelle and Eluterio, Granite Falls, boy, Feb. 3.

HEGGEM, Elizabeth and Justin, Lake Stevens, boy, Feb. 3.

MARTINEZ, Chelsea, Marysville, boy, Feb. 4.

MARTINEZ, Irma, and AGUILAR, Rogelio, Everett, boy, Feb. 4.

ROBLES, Karima and Rufino, Everett, boy, Feb. 4.

ANDERSON, Tiffany and Tal, Bothell, boy, Feb. 4.

SCHULTE, Andrea and Stephen, Stanwood, girl, Feb. 4.

BROWN, Kerri and Clint, Darrington, girl, Feb. 4.

VASQUEZ CORIA, Maria, and VASQUEZ, Laurencio, Lynnwood, girl, Feb. 4.

SCHWARTZ, Shawna and LeRoy III, Monroe, boy, Feb. 4.

BYUN, Soyoung, Lynnwood, boy, Feb. 4.

ARNS, Joslyn and Anthony, Marysville, girl, Feb. 4.

ALLINSON, Joanna and Kaleb, Lake Stevens, boy, Feb. 5.

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