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Fargo births (Oct. 5, 2022)

The newest arrivals in the Fargo area

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Sanford Medical Center, Fargo

Jamie and Mark Marvin, West Fargo, boy, born Sept. 21.

Kiel Traverse and Colin Kuwik, Minot, North Dakota, twin boys, born Sept. 21.

Becky and Josh Kinneberg, Christine, North Dakota, girl, born Sept. 22.

Courtney and Jeff Schuety, Hope, North Dakota, girl, born Sept. 22.

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Myranda and Alex Elwood, Fargo, boy, born Sept. 22.

Sammy and Joe Cook, Fargo/Moorhead, boy.

Lakin and Scott Redenius, Gwinner, North Dakota, boy, born Sept. 24.

Paige Wagner, Fargo, and Jacob Westrick, Harwood, girl, born Sept. 26.

Alyssa Bellanger and Benito Jiminez, Fargo, boy, born Sept. 26.

Tara Slominski Soehren and Sean Soehren, Fargo, boy, born Sept. 27.

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