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Vital Statistics

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Marriage Licenses

April Lenzy Pilcher, 31, Battle Ground, and Brandon Paul Rayburn, 33, Battle Ground.

Ashley Rae Allen, 26, Vancouver, and Jacob John Allen Graham, 29, Vancouver.

Brenton Hayes Smith, 40, Vancouver, and Jennifer Marie Burnham-Meyer, 43, Vancouver.

Dane Daniel Gibbs, 39, Washougal, and Miranda Danielle Jarrell, 38, Washougal.

Edwin Stanton Hooker, 58, Portland, and Amy Dawn Evans, 46, Portland.

Emily Jo Boose, 24, Camas, and Tye Alexander Lommasson, 25, Camas.

Evan Kirk Easley, 30, Vancouver, and Alexis Christine Scott, 27, Vancouver.

Francisco Ballester, 30, Miami, and Lia de la Torre, 23, Mendiolaza, Argentina.

Gagandeep Gill, 32, Surrey, Canada, and Amendeep Singh Rattenpal, 30, Woodland.

Henry Arson Welley, 28, Vancouver, and Nani Peter, 25, Vancouver.

Johnnie Virgil Hennan, 47, Vancouver, and Holly Kristine Foust, 46, Vancouver.

Lindsey Mae Cahoon, 18, Yacolt, and Zackery James Roller, 19, Amboy.

Melanie Eleanor Tapani, 21, Battle Ground, and Lukas Johannes Sarkkinen, 23, Battle Ground.

Melanie May Geronimo Hedaria, 24, La Center, and Julio Cesar Navarrete-Ayala, 26, La Center.

Mestin Mulu Symons, 26, Portland, and Eskedar Joy Cochran, 24, Portland.

Nkemjiha Stephun Okibodi, 39, Vancouver, and Nancy Chinonso Okolie, 24, Vancouver.

Riley Yvonne Lemhouse, 28, Vader, and James Lee Barrett, 38, Vader.

Tammy Ann Brattlin, 57, Battle Ground, and William Wayne Brattin, 53, Battle Ground.

Tyler Richard Clary, 23, Fairview, Ore., and Liesa Anne Trombi, 25, Gresham, Ore.

William John Cole, 40, Portland, and Victoria Elizabeth Van Gaasbeck, 33, Portland.

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