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Kearney native wins 'The Bachelor' - Kearney Courier: News

REALITY TV Kearney native wins 'The Bachelor'

Young patient skeptical of nurse's relationship with Juan Pablo

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Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:00 am

Caleb Wolf, one of Nikki Ferrell’s patients, isn’t very fond of Juan Pablo Galavais.

Ferrell, a nurse at Children’s Mercy Hospital and Kearney native, won the recent season of the reality show “The Bachelor.” The drama didn’t end last week with the season finale, though, with television critics attacking Ferrell’s choice to stay with the former soccer player bachelor, Galavais, even though he hasn’t professed his love to her like she has to him.

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