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‘Late’ baby is still county’s first for 2017

Tim Dreadfulwater and Rae Daun Storey of Grangeville, currently living in Lewiston, welcomed Trevor Ray Dreadfulwater Jan. 3 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood. He is the first baby born in Idaho County in 2017.

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Tim Dreadfulwater and Rae Daun Storey of Grangeville, currently living in Lewiston, welcomed Trevor Ray Dreadfulwater Jan. 3 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood. He is the first baby born in Idaho County in 2017.



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Trevor Ray Dreadfulwater was the first baby born in Idaho County in 2017.

— Although baby Trevor Ray made quite a late entrance for his parents, he ended up being right on time to be the first baby born in Idaho County for 2017.

Tim Dreadfulwater and Rae Daun Storey welcomed their baby son, Trevor Ray Dreadfulwater, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, 2:22 a.m., at St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood.

“He was eight days late, due on Christmas,” smiled Storey. “I was definitely ready to meet him.”

“Yeah, we really didn’t know he was going to be the first baby,” added Tim.

Dr. Jones not only delivered baby Trevor, but he also delivered Storey when she was born.

“Full circle,” Storey grinned.

Trevor weighed eight pounds, three ounces and measured 21 inches in length. He is the couple’s first child together but joins four siblings: brother, David, 13; and sisters Taillor, 11, Mackinzie, 8, and Shailon, 7.

Grandparents include Lonnie and Susan and Renee and Delvin of Grangeville. Great-grandparents are Brenda and Robin of Nezperce.

Trevor Ray is named after Storey’s birth father, Ray.

Dreadfulwater attended Clearwater Valley High School in Kooskia while Storey is a graduate of Grangeville High School. He is currently attending Lewis-Clark State College where he is majoring in the hospitality program. The couple said they love the outdoors and look forward to showing their son the ropes in Idaho’s playground.



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