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January 3, 2014

Charlestown couple welcomes first Clark County baby of 2014

JEFFERSONVILLE — Jared and Kelly Kempton, Charlestown, welcomed their newborn son Spencer in the Women's Care Place at Clark Memorial Hospital in Jeffersonville on Thursday morning. Spencer was born at 10:02 a.m. on New Year's Day, making him the first baby born at the hospital in the new year. The couple said they had a rough year in 2013. While they were driving across the country from New Mexico last April, they received a call that the house in Memphis that they were moving to was destroyed in a fire. "He's our good luck start to the new year," Kelly said. Spencer weighed seven pounds and nine ounces, and was 21.5 inches long. See related photos.

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Students of Ms. Kitzmiller's first grade class sing and dance in the gymnasium at Grant Line Elementary before heading to their classroom to begin the school year Thursday morning in New Albany.

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