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Borror reinstates nursing license

Linda Borror of Ellinwood knew it would be best to have her nursing license reinstated to help benefit Star of Hope International.

After completing 160 hours of academic requirements, Borror is now performing the clinical side of her work at Central Kansas Medical Center. She will use her updated knowledge to better serve SOH, which has its only U.S. office in Ellinwood. Borror’s husband, Barry, is the U.S. director of the organization.

"We go all around the world to provide development and relief work," Borror said. "Our mission is to carry out Christian and humanitarian programs, especially ...

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