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Heidi Love Skinner 6 lb. 1 oz. girl, 19 inches, born March 28 to Julie and Donald, Sandpoint. Two brothers, James and David; sister, Maree; grandparents, Tonja and Tom Mishler, and Annette and Kurt Skinner.

Samuel Carmron Ramos 8 lb. 2 oz. boy, 21 inches, born March 19 to Linda and Carlos, Oldtown. Brother, Dillon; sister, Christina; grandmother, Patricia Walker.

McKenna Nicole Swisher 7 lb. 4 oz. girl, 20 inches, born March 19 to Jayceen Swisher, Sandpoint. Two brothers, Dayne and Cody; grandparents, Cathy and Terry Wood.

Makayla Elizabeth Meyer 7 lb. 11 oz. girl, 20 inches, born March 26 to Tara and Travis, Sandpoint. Grandparents, Yvonne Bohrn, and Ralph and Anita Houdobre.

Madison Adele Short 7 lb. 10 oz. girl, 20 inches, born March 21 to Ralee and Steve, Bonners Ferry. Sister, Nicole; grandparents, Gary and Dee Short.

Geralyn Rose Shaum 7 lb. girl, 20 inches, born March 27 to Alma and Gerald, Bonners Ferry. Brother, Chavis; grandparents, Melvin and Alta Yoder, and Virgil and Sally Shaum.

Jeffrey Allen Howell 5 lb. 14 oz. boy, 19 inches, born March 29 to Michele and Mitch, Sandpoint. Grandparents, Karen and Dan Thomason, and LaRae and Dan Baver.

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