Cradle Roll: Noah, Jonah and Zola Aguirre

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Alexis Salazar and Cruz Aguirre with their sweet baby triplets (from left) Jonah, Zola and Noah.

  Kearny is now home to another set of triplets with the births of Noah, Jonah and Zola Aguirre. The three were born Sept. 28, 2018 at Desert Banner Hospital to parents Alexis Salazar and Cruz Aguirre. Noah weighed in at 1 pound, Jonah weighed 3.5 pounds and Zola weighed 2.15 pounds.

  The threesome’s proud grandparents are Lora Salazar and Rubina and David Aguirre.

  Big brothers and sisters, Cruz and Orlando Aguirre and Felicity and Isabella Salazar, welcomed the new babies home.

  Publisher’s note: The first set of triplets in Kearny were born in 1971. Nikki, Rikki and Vickki Reidhead grew up in Kearny. Rikki (Gaoka) still lives in Kearny. Nikki and Vickki live in Utah.

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