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Fargo births (Aug. 17, 2022)

The newest arrivals in the Fargo area

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Ashley and Brent Nielson, Horace, girl, born Aug. 4.

Clavender Monpleh, Fargo, and Bill Quiah, Sioux Falls, girl, born Aug. 6.

Rachel and Jordan Voller, Fargo, girl, born Aug. 7.

Ruby and Mario Bernabucci, Mapleton, boy, born Aug. 9.


Teonnie Charbonneau and Tyler Fett, Fargo, boy, born Aug. 10.

Bibi and Aaron Waite, girl, born Aug. 10.

Anita and Siamac Ghaffarian, Fargo, girl, born Aug. 11.

Jennifer and Isaiah Johns, West Fargo, girl, born Aug. 11.

Swetha Saladi and Venkatkiran Kanchustambham, Fargo, boy, born Aug. 12.

Lauren and Corey Haag, Fargo, boy, born Aug. 12.

Madison and Tanner Dahl, West Fargo, girl, born Aug. 12.

Email birth announcements to births@forumcomm.com .

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