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What’s in a name? County parents go their own way Boys’ names are fairly unique for 2014; two girls have a variation of ‘Lily’ The Chronicle OMAK – Parents in Okanogan and Ferry counties continued their independent ways when naming their babies during 2014. A look at names of 2014 babies born to the area’s parents, as reported in The Chronicle during the year, reveals no duplicated name for boys and one duplicated name for girls – Lily (two babies, two spelling variations). While most of the names are unique among the area’s newborns, most of them also don’t make the list of top baby names nationwide. For the boys, only Liam (No. 23 nationally), Levi (No. 12), Emmett (No. 26), Charles (No. 77) and Ryder (No. 43) were on the national list. Slightly more local girls’ names were on the national list: Hazel (No. 10 nationally), Lily/Lillie (No. 75), Ada (No. 85), Olivia (No. 17), Sofia/Sophia (No. 55), Lillie/Lily (No. 75) and Amelia (No. 8).
Names for boys in 2014 locally, listed alphabetically, include: Bradley Buck Carson Charles Colten Elias Emmett Evan Ezequiel Gaizka Hunter Kingsly Kyien
Levi Liam Logan Ozzy Paxton Phoenix Preston Robert Rudy Ryder Seamus Talon Tanner
Top names for girls locally, listed alphabetically, include: Ada Amelia Elissa Hadley Hazel Kamree Kashlyn Katelyn Kendall Lillie Lily
Mikayla Natalie Olivia Rory Roslyn Saara Sofia Star Stevie Zoee
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Nationally, Imogen and Asher win popularity contest The Chronicle OMAK – In a few years, lots of youngsters named Imogen and Asher will hit the schools. Nationwide, those were the top baby names for girls and boys, respectively, in 2014. The previous year’s No. 1 boy name, Jackson, fell to No. 70. Sophia, No. 1 in 2013, was No. 55 last year. Perennial favorites Michael and Jennifer weren’t on the list. In order of popularity, the Top 100 baby names for 2014, according to Nameberry: Girls 1. Imogen 2. Khaleesi
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Vaccines can help save lives The Chronicle OKANOGAN – Health officials encourage parents to vaccinate their children to prevent the spread of diseases and to ensure a healthy life. According the website vaccines.gov, immunizations can save a child’s life. “Because of advances in medical science, your child can be protected against more diseases than ever before,” the site said. “Some diseases that once injured or killed thousands of children have been eliminated completely and others are close to extinction, primarily due to safe and effective vaccines.” Polio is an example of a disease that has been virtually eliminated thanks to vaccines. “Polio was once America’s most-feared disease, causing death and paralysis across the country, but today, thanks to vaccination, there are no reports of polio in the United States,” vaccines.gov said. Officials said temporary pain of the injection spot, along with minimal, temporary side effects far out weigh a life-threatening disease.
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Playtime! That means homemade play dough OMAK â€” Homemade play dough is easy to make, cleans up easily and is non-toxic. 1 cup white flour 1/4 cup salt 2 tablespoons cream of tartar Combine and add: 1 cup cold water Food coloring (optional) 1 tablespoon cooking oil In a medium saucepan, mix together flour, salt and cream of tartar. A non-stick pot works best. Combine water, a few drops of food coloring (if desired) and oil. Add to dry ingredients and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, for three to five minutes. It will look globby. When it forms a ball in the center of the pot, remove from the heat and turn it out on a slightly floured surface. Knead briefly until smooth. Cool and store in an airtight container (a one-pint cottage cheese or margarine tub will hold it) or a zippered plastic bag. This dough is edible, but not tasty. It keeps, unrefrigerated, for several weeks. Be sure to provide plenty of cookie cutters, a rolling pin, dull plastic knives, bottle caps and other items for cutting and shaping. This dough cleans up well. If a bit of it does dry on a surface, pick or chip off as much as possible, then remove the rest with a damp rag or non-abrasive scrubber. If itâ€™s left uncolored, it wonâ€™t stain.
Reading helps child develop and learn OLYMPIA â€” Reading with your child can help the child develop in many different ways. Parents are the childâ€™s first teacher and time spent with baby is important, the state Department of Health said. Some tips: â€˘ A child learns best in a loving, encouraging and helping environment, so hold the child in your lap while reading. â€˘ Let the child choose the book and decide when to turn the pages. â€˘ Choose books that help the child explore the world around him or her. â€˘ Keep the childâ€™s body active by letting
baby turn the pages. An older child can act out stories as they are read. â€˘ Play, talk, read and write with the child. That will help baby understand that the words on the page mean something.
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Oral germs can be spread around
Buckle up: State law requires child restraints
OLYMPIA â€” Germs cause cavities and can be spread from parents to infants and toddlers. Foods and drinks fee germs, which make acids and cause cavities, the Washington Dental Service Foundation said. Tooth decay can be stopped if it is caught early. To prevent tooth decay: â€˘ Set a good example. Brush, floss and have regular checkups. â€˘ Use fluoride to prevent and heal early tooth decay. â€˘ Consult with your doctor or dentist about fluoride drops or tablets if your water system doesnâ€™t contain fluoride. Fluoride varnish and sealants also are available. â€˘ Choose tooth-healthy snacks such as cheese, fruits and vegetables. Avoid snacking or sipping on sweet liquids throughout the day. â€˘ Drink lots of water after meals and snacks to help clean teeth.
OLYMPIA â€“ When riding in vehicles, children in Washington must be restrained in infant or booster seats until they are 8 years old or 4 feet 9 inches tall. Under state law, infants must ride in rear-facing infant seats until they are a year old or weigh 20 pounds. Children 1-4 years old or weighing 40 pounds are to ride in forward-facing child
State offers college savings program OLYMPIA â€“ The stateâ€™s Guaranteed Education Tuition program â€“ known as GET â€“ allows parents, grandparents and others to set aside money for college tuition a little at a time. GET is guaranteed to keep pace with tuition costs, no matter how much they increase, and is not subject to the ups and downs of the stock market, the state said. Parents and others can save on the future cost of college tuition by starting to save when the child is young, and by reducing student loans as much as possible. GET tuition credits can be used at colleges, universities and technical schools nationwide, and can be used for any qualified higher education expenses. Under the program, people can purchase GET units, where 100 units represent the cost of one year of resident, undergraduate tuition and state-mandated fees at the
car seats. Children who are less than 8 years old or 4 feet 9 inches tall, whichever comes first, must be restrained in a child booster seat when both lap and shoulder belts are available. Free child car seat checks are offered in most areas. Information is available from the Washington Safety Restraint Coalition. The fine for improper use or failure to wear a seat belt or child safety restraint device is $124. Children under the age of 13 are required to ride in the back seat when it is practical, the Washington State Patrol said. The patrol said a childâ€™s car seat should be replaced if it has been involved in a collision. â€”The Chronicle
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Hospitals offer special birthing amenities The Chronicle OMAK – Whether you’re an expecting parent, or you expect to be expecting, choosing the right hospital can make a world of difference. Four birthing centers serve Okanogan and Ferry counties from hospitals in or adjacent to Okanogan County. (Ferry County Memorial Hospital in Republic does not have an obstetrics unit.) Coulee Medical Center Coulee Medical Center, 411 Fortuyn Road, Grand Coulee, provides on-site gynecologic and obstetrics services for women’s health, prenatal care and childbirth. In 2014, there were 64 births at the hospital. The center offers two birthing rooms, where families can enjoy a relaxed, comfortable and personalized birthing experience. The childbirth team includes experienced physicians, certified nurse practitioner and a nationally certified nurse midwife, who is accredited by the American College of Nurse-Midwives. Mid-Valley Hospital Mid-Valley Hospital, 810 Jasmine St., Omak, delivered 230 babies in 2014. The hospital offers three labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum rooms. Administrator Mike Billing said the center offers two on-call, board-certified obstetricians for backup assistance when necessary with an additional seven to 10 family practitioners to assist when needed. “Additionally, we have three of
those primary OB or family practice doctors who also can perform emergency C-sections” should need arise, he said, adding emergency hysterectomies and other surgeries can be performed on site. North Valley Hospital In 2014, North Valley Hospital, 203 S. Western Ave., Tonasket, delivered 92 babies. Along with compassionate staff and nurses, the hospital offers several specialties to new parents, hospital officials said. “We provide complimentary newborn photos,” Business Development Coordinator Terri Orford said. “This includes a photo shoot session, editing of the photos, a disc with full copyright release to the parents, and posting them on our Facebook page, with
patient consent.” While enjoying the photos, new parents can enjoy a candlelight salmon or steak dinner, complete with childcare. “Our nurses will even keep the baby while the parents enjoy a delicious meal together,” she said. Spacious, modern spaces where mothers can give birth and recover in the same room, along with a jetted tub, are offered to assist in labor pain management and make the experience as pleasurable as possible, she said. “We try to allow the expecting mom to personalize her birth experience,” she said. The mother “gets to chose how many loved ones get to be present for the birth, how she would like to labor to make her as comfortable as possible (and) use music for meditation.”
The hospital delivered its first water birth last year. Three Rivers Hospital Three Rivers Hospital, 507 Hospital Way, Brewster, a offers birthing suites where mothers can labor, deliver and recover in the same room, unless a cesarean section is necessary. C-sections are performed in a surgery suite with recovery room.
All attempts are made to maintain the family unit during the experience, hospital officials said. That family centered approach has been shown to enhance patient and family satisfaction. The hospital became nationally designated as “baby friendly” 11 years ago. Birthing statistics for 2014 were not available at press time.
Avalynn Marie Paul July 17, 2014 Seaman Lonnie and Cassie Paul Grandparents: Jerry and Trace Paul Great-Grandparents: Peggy Morton; Lorene Rendon Pensacola, Florida
Aubree Lynne Baker Nov. 14, 2014 Skyler and Rebbeca Baker Big Sister: Annabelle Mae Baker Grandparents: Mindy Ogden; Kirk Bertram; Debra Ogden; Steve and Juli Ogden; John and Fae Baker; Terri and Lupe Quezada; Marcelo and Genoveva Lopez Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
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North Valley Hospital birthing suites offer a comfortable, home-style atmosphere for new parents.
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Grandparents: Richard and Geri Rawley; Bill and Tami Sasse Brothers: Dakota and Gunner Central Washington Hospital, Wenatchee, Wash.
Elias Saunders June 24, 2014 Parents: Josh and Katie Saunders Grandparents: Mike and Jill Saunders; Don and Shellee Duncan Three Rivers Hospital, Brewster
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Colter McCormack Reegan Jane Cushman April 13, 2014 Brad and Leesa Cushman Grandparents: Ed and Cindy Cushman; Joe and Bonna Gavin Holy Family Hospital, Spokane
Nathan White April 14, 2014 Joseph and Brianna White Grandparents: Thelma and Don Marlatt; Great-grandma: Barbara Beckley Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Camden James Campbell April 18, 2014 Ian Campbell and Carmelita Campos Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Ella Mesh Aug. 7, 2014 Brian and Megan Mesh Grandparents: Rod and Lynn Lentz; Ted and Marilyn Mesh Kirkland, Wash.
Nov. 18, 2014 Brodie and Megan McCormack Grandparents: Dave and Estelle McCormack; Scott and Mia McEuin Great-Grandparents: Shirley McCormack; Bob and Hattie Diebel; Harold and Joyce Gilman Odessa, Texas
When in doubt, choose the kids. There will be plenty of time later to choose work. — Anna Quindlen
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Oct. 14, 2014 Parents: Donald and Ronielyn McCuistion Jr.
July 12, 2014 Aaron and Tausha McKernan
May 15, 2014 Tyler Buchanan and Ashlie Kennedy
Grandparents: Anicia L. Tesora; Don and Cela Kruse; Donald McCuistion Sr. Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Grandparents: Bob and Kelly Gunn; Greg and Donna McKernan Tacoma General, Tacoma, Wash.
Grandparents: Sheilah Kennedy and Jeﬀ Delfeld; Rebecca Regan and Doug Buchanan Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
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Benji Tate Horner Oct. 2, 2014 Sol and Nicci Horner Grandparents: Brian and Mary Horner; Mike and Barb Orr Charlotte, N.C.
Cecilia Hopes Dec. 24, 2014 Lloyd Hopes and Anna Bergh Grandparents: Robert and Robin Bergh; Lloyd Sr. and Crystal Hopes North Valley Hospital, Tonasket, Wash.
May 2, 2014 Richard and Trilby Michels Grandparents: Ron and Bonnie Hirst; Oscar and Terry Michels Big Sister: Rylee J. Michels Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
MiaKoda Sinari Gorr Frank Feb. 27, 2014 Ira Frank and Shastina Gorr Grandparents: Albert Louis; Grace Harris; Bonita and Rafael Medina Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
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Avery Collins-Way John Eugene Wince Roman Martin Garcia Sept. 16, 2014 Rudy Garcia and Michelle Montoya Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Jan. 24, 2014 Matt and Lynzi Wince Grandparents: Jan Harris and Marc Phillips; John and Jan Kitterman North Valley Hospital, Tonasket
Gabriel William Cosino June 1, 2014 Noe and Morgan Cosino Grandparents: Ginny and Billy Belgarde; Gregorio and Favianna Cosino
Feb. 2, 2014 S. Tanner Way and Jessica Collins Grandparents: Steve and Colleen Way; Gaylynn Collins Providence Mt. Carmel Hospital, Colville, Wash.
Carmella A. Echeverria Feb. 17, 2014 Mariano Echeverria and Micki Caro Grandparents: Reyna and Jeﬀ Haines; Teresa and Manny Rivera Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
The amazing thing about becoming a parent is that you will never again be your own first priority. — Olivia Wilde
Walker Lloyd Sasse Rolland Tate Taylor May 31, 2014 Cody Taylor and Amber Williams Grandparents: Nadine and Tony Williams; Jeanie and Ken Anderson; Randy and Billie Taylor
Hudsen Lee Featherly June 5, 2014 Budd and Lyn Featherly
Jacy Renee Watkins Feb. 8, 2014 Dave and Missy Watkins
Big Brother: Zack Featherly Grandparents: Tom Parten; Wade and Debbie Featherly Great-Grandparents: Abbie Tugaw; Myrna Featherly; Bob Featherly; Faye Featherly
Big Brother: Adiran Big Sister: Elisha Grandparents: Jim and Lorraine Utt; Tim and Tammy Watkins
Dec. 1, 2014 Bryan and Whitney Sasse Grandparents: Ken and Deanna Michels; Bill and Tami Sasse Great-Grandparents: Ted and Sherri Laurie; Millie and Harry Leslie Great-Great-Grandmother: Elaine Grillo Trinity Hospital, Minot, N.D.
Hazel Lorelei Kocol Tucker Scroggins Jan. 18, 2014 Larry Jr. and Nichole Scroggins Grandparents: Kristina Wood; Larry Sr. and Cindy Scroggins Great-Grandparents: Jim and Jean Williams Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Liam Zamudio Nov. 13, 2014 Kalen Zamudio and Frankie Duran Grandparents: Linda Duran; Barb Sumner Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
May 9, 2014 Stan and Hailey Kocol Grandparents: Marla and Jay VanderWeide; Frank Thompson and Cheryl Mullins; Lori and Jeﬀ Kocol Great-Grandmother; Georgia Thompson Home Birth Spokane Valley, Wash.
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Aug. 2, 2014 Reid and Maggie Wilson Grandparents: Brad and Margaret Derting; Bruce and Vicki Wilson Great-Granparents: Jim and Jo Ann Derting; Bruce and Carolyn Wilson Big Sisters: Alzora and Patsy Samaritan Hospital, Moses Lake, Wash.
March 14, 2014 Kyle and Emily Grunenfelder Grandparents: Rod and Lynn Lentz; Loren and Karen Grunenfelder Tumwater, Wash.
Ivy Rose Martin March 7, 2014 Halley and Andrea R. Martin Grandparents: Mark and Tina Martin North Valley Hospital, Tonasket
Roxanne Elle Brown April 4, 2014 Anthony Brown and Marugenia Mosqueda Grandparents: Mary and Mitch Brown; Marianne and Salvador Mosqueda Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
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Macean Marrs Allen Feb. 6, 2014 Clinton and Sarah Allen Grandparents: Lori Way Wood; Dave Wood; Dawn and Brian Craig Great-Grandmother: Ronna Allen
May 5, 2014 Jon and Anna Chesnik Grandparents: Roger and Judy Bevier; James and Vicky Chesnik Scottsdale Shae Hospital, Scottsdale, Ariz.
The most precious jewels, you'll ever have around your neck, are the arms of your children. â€” Author unknown
Jan. 23, 2014 Erick Rivas and Haila Hubbard Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak Photo by Jennifer Tollefson Photography
Miles McLelland Oct. 5, 2014 Ian and Crystal McLelland Grandparents: Richard and Patrice Caryl; Gail and Don Thompson Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, Wash.
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May 30, 2014 Darrell Beeson and DeeAnna Whalawitsa Grandparents: Alfred Beeson and the late Linda Beeson; the late Lewis and Delores Whalawitsa Coulee Community Hospital, Grand Coulee, Wash.
Lincoln Charles Thomas and Elliot Anna Marcille Gann Meliah Ciprianna Bell March 25, 2014 Brady Bell and Jade Berney
March 31, 2014 Jake and Denise Gann
Siblings: Wallace Gann Grandparents: Jerry and Janie Milbrandt; Alan and Barb Gann Central Washington Hospital, Wenatchee, Wash. Where Blue Birds Fly Photography
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Khaleesi Ann Shoppa
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Oct. 28, 2014 Aneek Shoppa Grandparents: Chuck and Misty Armstrong Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak, Wash. 4 Leaf Photography
Nathan Dennis Best
March 3, 2014 Jesse and Tami Ascensio Big Sisters: Jaiden and Hailee Grandparents: Matt and Beth Thompson; Kat Warford Central Washington Hospital, Wenatchee, Wash.
Lillylynn Irene Rose Adkins
Vanessa Nicole Draggoo
Sept. 10, 2014 Devin and Chrystal Best Grandparents: Dennis and Susan Best; Kathy Ferrell; Greg Ferrell Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
March 15, 2014 Joshua and Cheryl Adkins
Jan. 7, 2014 Jeremy and Nicole Draggoo
Grandparents: Clint and Lesa Adkins; Joe and Irene Mendonca; Gordon Williams Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Grandparents: Nancy and the late Richard Draggoo; Kevin and Shelly Yagues Sibling: Connor Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak Pamela Grillo Photography
Leon Morgan Feb. 4, 2014 Eli Morgan and Tyler Tillett Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
The littlest feet make the biggest footprints in our hearts. â€” Author Unknown
June 13, 2014 Cameron Taylor and Corinna Plant Grandparents: The late Suzy Herman; Matthew Turner Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
March 13, 2014 Rafael Padilla Jr. and Shelby Hunlock-Juarez Grandparents: Jorge and Paula Juarez; Rafael Sr. and Consuelo Padilla North Valley Hospital, Tonasket, Wash.
Feb. 23, 2014 Edward Carden and Chelsey Myers Grandparents: Brett and Kim Morris; Darci Carden; Chet Carden Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Everlee Jean Nicholson Oct. 11, 2014 Keelee Nicholson
Siblings: Eric, Kason and Sophie Jo Grandparents: Stacie and Wayne Nicholson Great-Grandmother: JoAnn Thomas Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Kaden Malcolm Robbins Sept. 18, 2014 Daniel and Mallory Robbins Grandparents: Ann DeGroat; Tom Robbins; John and Lynn Moses; the late Mellody Moses Great-Grandparents: John and Beverly Stover; Juanita Robbins; Mary Ann Hudgins Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Colter Lawrence Cunningham July 27, 2014 Jake and Kelsie Cunningham Grandparents: Kevin and Wade Cunningham; Lonnie and Teresa Good; Scott Hughes Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
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Elissa Nichole Ramirez
Kisu J. V. Marchand Jan. 1, 2014 Joaquin and Amelia Marchand
Aug. 21, 2014 Ruben and Jennifer Ramirez Grandparents: Diana Sauceda; Alfonso and Angelica Pineda; Margarita Barron Great-Grandparents: Donna Hersey; Blas Garcia Siblings: Olivia and Alex Ramirez
Grandparents: Lois Pakootas; Harvey and Cheryl A. Moses Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, Wash.
Rory Morrison Miller July 9, 2014 Michael and Tara Miller Siblings: Tasheena, Sisco and Aubrey Grandparents: Lew and Cyndi Laptalo; Al and Sallie Miller; Arnie Marchand; Joyce Marchand Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Gemma Harrison April 15, 2014 CJ Harrison and Brandy Wilson
Sadie Alexandra Schiltz May 3, 2014 C/Cpt Justin and Rachael Ames Schiltz
Grandparents: Mike and Debbie Wilson; Scott and Bev Harrison Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Grandparents: Richard and Kathey Ames Uncle: David Ames Womack Army Center, Fort Bragg, N.C.
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June 9, 2014 Jason and Mallory Mitzner Gonwick Grandparents: Laurel Jeanne Mitzner; Sherry and Doug Gonwick; Steve Mitzner Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, Wash. Luedke Photography
Aug. 21, 2014 Josh and Katy Corum Grandparents: Corey and Tiﬀany Keeton; Doug Corum; Al and Ruthann Wilson; Bill and Nancy Keeton; Tom and Mary Corum Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
A baby is born with a need to be loved - and never outgrows it. — Frank A. Clark
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March 22, 2014 Shad and Katie Turner
March 25, 2014 Jessie Nick and Becky Love
Big Sister: Remi Turner Grandparents: Mark and Kathy Gordon; Steve and Cynthia Turner Blue Elephant Photography
Grandparents: Mike and Lori Nick; Glenda Love; Dan Love Central Washington Hospital, Wenatchee
Kate Everly Rustad
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Feb. 16, 2014 Ryan and Kelly Rustad
Nov. 3, 2014 Robert Ruiz Jr. and Kylie B. Kruse Grandparents: Steve and Tona Perry; Nate and Jenny Kruse Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Hunter Scriver Feb. 18, 2014 Jess and Destiny Scriver Grandparents: Troy and Wendy Smith; Rob and Janeen Scriver
Grandparents: Mike and Lori Nick; Elaine Rustad; Jan and Corinne Rustad Portage District General Hospital, Portage la Prairie, MB
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Gavin Jacob Lee Piña
Lucas Cate Seymour
Jan. 12, 2014 Jared Seymour and Venessa Sanchez Grandparents: Norma and Agustin Sanchez; Frank and Loni Seymour Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Abraham Raymond Berntsen April 10, 2014 Bryan and Sara Berntsen
Grandparents: Kathy and Kevin Michelsen; Rick and Angie Kaufmann; Bryan Berntsen and Teresa Myers Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak
Jesse Ray Grandy Jr.
Sept. 25, 2014 Eric Piña and Brittney Wilson
Grandparents: LaDonna Webster Great-grandparents: Delores and Richard North North Valley Hospital, Tonasket
Grandparents: Hector and Gloria Piña; Ron and Sam Wilson Great-Grandparents: Ray and Celia Macias; Clara Toulou; Sonny and Betty Wilson Auntie: Sarah Piña • Uncle: JD Wilson Memorial Hermann, Sugarland, Texas
March 23, 2014 Jesse Grandy Sr. and Tara Webster-Grandy
Amelia Sue Neely Mair Sept. 9, 2014 Mike Mair and Heather Neely
Grandparents: Larry and Penny Neely; Elaine Mair Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak