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First Baby of 2003 Born Healthy in Lubbock

It's an honor that only one person can claim each year: being the first person born. This year, Richard Maxwell Gregory Lummas will claim that honor in Lubbock.

The 8 lb. 14 oz. baby boy arrived at 9:06 a.m. Wednesday at University Medical Center. He is the son of proud parents Richard Duran and Selena Lummas. Hospital officials say both Richard and his mother are doing well and should be released in the next few days.

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