WORTHINGTON — Missy Gruis, a home care nurse at Sanford Worthington Medical Center, had received work emails about Sanford’s DAISY Award, which recognizes extraordinary efforts in nursing, and had perhaps given thought to nominating one of her co-workers, but she never thought she’d be on the receiving end of the honor.
Huehns are only married World War II veterans on Southwest Minnesota Honor Flight
ROUND LAKE — Clifford “Hooley” Huehn of Round Lake points to a spot on his nose and another on his neck where shrapnel pierced his skin during his first day of combat against the Japanese during World War II. The battle scars are reminders of the U.S. invasion on Roi and Namur in the Marshall Islands.
Jackson’s Strube cared for soldiers on stateside Army bases
JACKSON — She dedicated nearly her entire adult life to caring for the ill and the injured, but perhaps nothing had a more profound impact on her than the years she tended to our nation’s men in uniform — the broken, the battered boys of war.
THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. — A recently fired nurse was sentenced to 14 days in jail and five years of supervised probation Monday for illegally obtaining prescription drugs by posing as a doctor that she worked for at the MeritCare clinic here.
Stephen J. Lee, Grand Forks Herald
, December 09, 2008
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