Fargo births (Nov. 23, 2022)

The newest arrivals in the Fargo area

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Sanford Medical Center, Fargo

Becca and Andy Renfrew, West Fargo, girl, born Nov. 12.

Stiffany Galiano and Gabriel Layman, Moorhead, girl, born Nov. 14.

Ashley Paulson and Jeffrey Shumway, Ogema, Minnesota, boy, born Nov. 15.

Aurora Puentes and Tomas Flores III, Moorhead, boy, born Nov. 15.


Stacy Stavedahl and Kevin Strate, Fargo, girl, born Nov. 17.

Casandra Johnson and Dean Gunderson, Climax, Minnesota, girl, born Nov. 17.

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