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Feb. 5, 2005

A boy, Issac Matthew Cogley, to Bradley Cogley and Justina Koering of Kittanning RD5. Grandparents are Travis Koering, Jeremy Knox, Connie McDonald and John Cogley. Great-grandparents are Clara Brison and Margie Harmon.

Feb. 6, 2005

A boy, Thomas Levi Smith, to William Glenn and Jessica Lynna Smith of Chicora. Grandparents are Thomas and Christine Bruner of East Brady, and Richard and Elaine Smith and Rhonda Felix, all of Sarver. Great-grandparents are Rose Bruner of Ford City, Ruth Severa of Titusville, Fla., and Glenn and Adlee Smith and William and Dorethra Barger, all of Sarver.

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Jan. 29, 2005

A girl, Kara Joan Elder, to Steve and Dana Elder of Tuscon, Ariz. Sister of Gabriel, 5. Grandparents are Jerry and Joan Ritch and Peter and Iris Schwarz, all of Florida, Dick and Pat Robinson of Kittanning and Colleen Elder of Dayton and the late Donald Elder.

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