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Nurse In Child Abduction, Slaying Agrees To Life In Prison

District 11 school nurse wins state award

Former Anoka High School Nurse Lois Whittet (center) is recognized at the District 11 School Board meeting Nov. 12. Whittet won the School Nurse of the Year award from the School Nurse Organization of Minnesota. The district?s Health Service Coordinator Cynthia Hiltz and Board Chairperson Tom Heidemann are pictured with Whittet. Submitted photo Moncriffe said that since the shooting his client is taking some antidepressants, but not any psychotropic drugs. The victim's family filled the jury box to witness the guilty plea. Her mother, Linda Golden , said during an interview on the courthouse steps afterward that she had not heard any apologies from McClain, but she understood that the defendant's mother and three children were suffering, too. Children miss mother Golden spoke in a strong voice until she talked about how much her grandchildren miss their mother. "Her 6-year-old screams out her name, cries, and says he misses and loves her so much. Her 3-year-old sees her picture and says, 'That's my Mommy when is she coming home?' The baby will never know his mother," she said, her eyes filling with tears. On the day of the shooting, Schuchardt had taken her baby to the pediatric center for a checkup. McClain was waiting in the parking lot with a handgun and shot her several times, authorities said. Despite her wounds, she tried to save her baby from McClain, investigators said. McClain struck the dying mother with her car as Schuchardt reached into the Lexus screaming, "My baby!" She was rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital in The Woodlands, where she died. The baby was found unharmed hours later with McClain's sister.
Orginal Source: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Nurse-in-child-abduction-slaying-agrees-to-life-4993810.php

Cows attack nurse on treasure hunt

Nurse Sarah leonard, 59, who is in intensive care after being trampled by a herd of cows as she took part in a treasure hunt in North Scarle, Lincolnshire Sarah Leonard, 59, was taking part in "geocaching", which involves searching for a hidden box using satellite tracking with a GPS receiver. The herd charged as she walked in a farmer's field in the village of North Scarle, Lincolnshire. She was knocked over and trampled, suffering two broken arms, a fractured collarbone, a broken jaw and several fractured ribs. Despite her injuries, she managed to dial 999 on her mobile telephone, but because she could not give her exact location, it took emergency services half an hour to reach her. Related Articles Man trampled to death by elephant was partially deaf 20 Sep 2013 She was rushed to Lincoln County Hospital, and was said to be in a stable condition after undergoing several operations to set broken bones. She was put in intensive care and put on a ventilator to help her breathe. Andrew Leonard, her brother, later said she was out of danger. Geocaching, which has become increasingly popular, involves hiding a small waterproof box containing a logbook and a pen, recording its coordinates and logging its location on a website. Another "cacher" will see the listing online, enter the coordinates into their GPS receiver and set off in search of it.
Orginal Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/10466968/Cows-attack-nurse-on-treasure-hunt.html

Subscribe to the Houston Chronicle Whittet piloted a follow-through process, checking in with students after the screenings if their levels were abnormal. In addition to her work with sophomores, she just has this really good way of working with other school nurses a gift that not every school nurse has, Hiltz said. Any of the School Nurse Organization of Minnesotas 350 members are eligible for the Nurse of the Year or Administrator of the Year awards. To win, members are nominated and evaluated under a seven-part rubric. The award really could go to anybody we have so many great nurses, Whittet said of District 11 coding salary staff. Champlin Park High Schools Sheila Davies won the award six years ago. Whittet is looking forward to her trip to Harvard. Shes never traveled to the East Coast, though shes been almost everywhere else. Every summer, Whittet takes what she calls a vacation with purpose, offering her nursing services to communities across the globe. Its a nice diversion, she said of her travels to Russia, Peru, Mexico and other foreign locales.
Orginal Source: http://abcnewspapers.com/2013/11/22/district-11-school-nurse-wins-state-award/

Kia Nurse Commits To UConn

Court papers said prescriptions were also written in the names of Bernie Fine's wife, Laurie Fine; a second daughter, Sheila Fine, 24; and son-inlaw, Quint Streeter, 26, without proper authorization. The Fines were among seven people listed in the state case as having received prescriptions for oxycodone and hydrocodone from Havens. Court records don't show that the state charges have been resolved. Havens' lawyer, Patricia Campbell, and First Chief Assistant District Attorney Rick Trunfio did not return phone messages. The prosecutor in the federal case, Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Spina, said he was unaware of the status of the state court charges. A written settlement of the federal case says that Havens prescribed 36 medications to people who were not her patients "without a medical purpose and outside the usual scope of her professional practice" between Jan. 1, 2012, and June 21, 2012. Havens was not admitting to any wrongdoing by signing the agreement, the document says. She surrendered her registration number with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in July 2012, according to the agreement.
Orginal Source: http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/11/manlius_nurse-practitioner_accused_of_selling_prescription_drugs_to_bernie_fines.html

Manlius nurse-practitioner accused of selling prescription drugs to Bernie Fine's daughter fined $10,000

Things like this dont happen to me its like winning the lottery. Rousseau has been playing bingo regularly for five years at a church in Vista. She said she likes the game because it involves thinking and its not just gambling. Several bingo buddies suggested she try out Pechanga. Rousseau is still figuring out how to spend the winnings, after she pays Uncle Sam. Remodeling her kitchen is on the top of her list The biggest win to-date for bingo at the casino was $22,000 won July 10 by a Murrieta man. Rousseaus windfall, though large for bingo, was a fraction of the winnings the casino paid out in October, which totaled nearly $30 million, according to Ciara Green, a spokeswoman for the casino. Winning $54,000 at bingo is raretypical windfalls in bingo are usually from several hundred to several thousand dollars, Green said. Pechanga Bingo is unique in Southern California because players can win the progressive amounts without additional buy-ins or bets, Green said. Each player automatically gets a shot at winning one of five multi-progressive bingo jackpots, which are classified by color, red, green, blue, yellow and purple. A player wins the progressive amount when he gets a bingo and also has five number boxes in a straight line appearing as the same color.
Orginal Source: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/nov/21/pechanga-casino-bingo-jackpot-winner-rousseau/

Nurse wins $54K at bingo

Merrilie Rousseau, a nurse from San Marcos, won $54,000 playing bingo at Pechanga casino in Temecula. The Lady Lions and Huskies were her final two schools, although Indiana was still in the running at the end. Nurse canceled scheduled visits to Kentucky and Tennessee. Nurse visited UConn as late as earlier this month, and from all indications, that is when she grew to really love the program. The Huskies (4-0), who play Oregon on Wednesday at the XL Center , are still waiting to hear from 6-4 center/forward A'ja Wilson of South Carolina, considered the top unsigned player in the United States. Wilson reportedly is deciding between South Carolina and UConn. The end of the fall signing period is Wednesday. Nurse, the youngest member of the Canadian national team, is the niece of former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb and his wife, Raquel, a former Syracuse basketball player. Nurse helped Canada earn a silver medal at the FIBA Americas World Championships in Xalapa, Mexico. Nurse's brother, Darnell, a 6-foot-4 defenseman, was a first-round draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers and is playing junior hockey for the Soo Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League, where he has seven goals and 16 assists in 21 games. "Congrats to my sister on her commitment to UConn," Darnell Nurse tweeted Monday.
Orginal Source: http://www.courant.com/sports/hockey/hc-kia-nurse-commits-to-uconn-1119-20131118,0,7756063.story

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