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Babies born locally in February

Curran Elliott Squier was born Jan. 7 to Bradford Squier and Lindsey Rohde of Breckenridge.
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Curran Elliott Squier was born to Bradford Squier and Lindsey Rohde of Breckenridge

Jan. 26



Silas Anton Smith was born to Paul and Helen Smith of Silverthorne

Calvin Knox Smith was born to Paul and Helen Smith of Silverthorne



Jan. 31

Benjamin Raffy Birger was born to Laura Komeshian and Daryl Birger of Breckenridge

Feb. 2

Noah Csincsak was born to Ann and Jesse Csincsak of Breckenridge

Lilian Nicole Charon-Sanchez was born to Lilian Sanchez Rivera and Cesar Charon Reynaof Silverthorne

Feb. 3

Wyatt Johannes Smith of Han and Connie Smith of Kremmling

Abygail Christabel Madrigal was born to Jaime and Ana Madrigal of Silverthorne

Feb. 7

Oliver Casillas Martinez was born to Elida and Alberto Casillas of Silverthorne

Feb. 8

Jack Alan Williams was born to Todd and Lee Williams of Silverthorne

Feb. 9

Hannah Bea Miano was born to Matthew and Carrie Miano of Dillon

Feb. 11

Orin Walter Anderegg was born to Jennifer Ross and John Anderegg of Fairplay

Jennifer Leilani Gould was born to Aubrey and Christopher Gould of Leadville

EmmaKalena Gouldwas born to Aubrey and Christopher Gould of Leadville

Feb. 14

Caleb James Brookie was born to Ryan Brookie and Amanda Carmen of Dillon

Feb. 16

Peyton May Willson was born to Ryan and Katie Willson of Fairplay

Jackson Lynn Willson was born to Ryan and Katie Willson of Fairplay

Feb. 17

Addison May Peterson was born to Jacob and Erin Peterson of Silverthorne

Nicklas JamesPalmer was born to Dustin and Jessie Palmer of Leadville

Feb. 20

Gavin Lee Harlan was born to Kathryn J. Harlan of Alma

Feb. 22

Tyler James Zakely was born to Amy and Michael Zakely of Silverthorne

Feb. 25

Rebeca Mariana Gallego was born to Francisco and Kathy Gallego of Dillon

Feb. 28

Samara Grace Wood was born to Christina and Derrick Wood of Leadville


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