LAHARPE — Nursing classes will be introduced in the fall at LaHarpe Regional Rural Technical Center.
Ray Maloney, who owns the old Diebolt Lumber complex that now houses RRTC’s classes, announced the new program Wednesday at the LaHarpe City Council meeting.
As with the welding, construction trades, and wind farm technology courses, the nursing curriculum will be taught by area college instructors.
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