Kitsap’s first baby of the year born at Harrison Medical Center

Kitsap’s first baby of the year born at Harrison Medical Center

Mom Kristin Gant gave birth at 1:48 a.m. on Jan. 1.

It didn’t take long for Kitsap County to welcome its first baby of the new year.

A healthy baby girl was born at 1:48 a.m. on Jan. 1 at Harrison Medical Center in Silverdale, a hospital spokesperson said – giving the family at least two reasons to celebrate next New Year’s.

The baby, yet to be named, is Kristin and Clay Gant’s first child. Kristin is a nurse at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.

Baby Girl Grant weighed 6 pounds and 11.6 ounces, and both baby and mother are doing well, the hospital reported.

Gabe Stutman is a reporter with the Kitsap News Group. Follow him on Twitter @kitsapgabe.

More in News

Poulsbo's Public Safety & Legal Committee held a meeting via Zoom last week. Courtesy photo
Poulsbo businesses victims of recent crime

Harding: lack of staffing, recent law changes hinder department

x
Felony arrest warrant issued for Gregory

18-year-old is wanted in connection with murder of Tyrone Sero

Matt Murphy, president/CEO of the South Kitsap Chamber of Commerce, received the 2021 AWB Grassroots Alliance Advocate of the Year Award from AWB President Kris Johnson, right, and AWB director of strategic engagement Dru Garson on Oct. 14, 2021.
South Kitsap Chamber of Commerce honored for advocacy

Award given by AWB business organization earlier this month

.
NKSD staff shortages could lead to remote learning

Teachers, bus drivers, subs all needed

.
Update: Suspect confesses to killing Port Orchard man during botched pot deal

19-year-old dealer shot during scuffle at South Kitsap parking lot

Greater Hansville Community Center will be hosting a drive-in trick-or-treating event Halloween evening. Courtesy illustration
Many COVID-conscious Halloween events in N. Kitsap

With Halloween coming this weekend, many COVID-19-conscious events will be occurring in… Continue reading

.
19-year-old admits to killing Port Orchard man

Gig Harbor man turns himself in and is booked on first-degree murder. Another suspect is also booked.

Map view of Strickland property. Courtesy photo
City of Poulsbo looking to buy resident’s property next to PERC site

Ellen Strickland wants to sell her property to city instead of developers

Most Read