Another Victory for Pa. Workers’ Compensation Medical Providers
The Commonwealth Court has, in another case in which Attorneys Dan Siegel and Christa High were appeals court counsel, eliminated yet another method used by insurers and employers to prevent medical providers who treat injured workers in Pennsylvania from being paid. In the case, Workers’ First Pharmacy v. Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Fee Review Hearing […]
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Experimental Archaeology with Scrapers: Scrape, Scrape, Scrape
My Name is Alaina Helm, I interned with the Section of Archaeology during the summer of 2009, and I am a Junior at Oberlin College in Ohio. You may already have seen my other posts about previous projects I have worked on: lithic analysis of Kings Quarry (36Lh2) and refitting debitage from Eelskin Rockshelter (36Bu159). This post is about another project I completed this summer doing experimental archaeology on end scrapers under the direction of Dr. Kurt Carr, Senior Curator, The Section of Archaeology at The State Museum of Pennsylvania. Prehistoric peoples demonstrate a preference for different lithic material types during different time periods. Paleoindians (10,000 to 12,000 years before present) preferred jasper and chert for making stone tools, despite See Original Article
Stained Glass Windows in the Bathroom at this Ligonier, PA Hotel!
A Unique, Historic PA Hotel Near Idlewild: One of the most surprising and interesting hotels we’ve stayed in recently is found in the sweet little town of Ligonier, in the Laurel Highlands of southwestern Pennsylvania: just nine minutes from Idlewild amusement park, 45 minutes… [Read More]
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Honoring the Milk, Honoring the Farm
Second-year dairy grazing apprentice Jessica Matthews considers the journey of milk from cow to consumer and the ongoing dairy crisis. Jessica is participating in Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship, a federally registered apprenticeship that PASA administers in Pennsylvania and nearby areas. This is the second post in a three-part blog series—read Jessica’s other posts “From Backyard Chickens to […]
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2018 Happy Traveler Trip Planning Guide Released for National Plan for Vacation Day
Harrisburg, PA – Today, the Pennsylvania Tourism Office announced the release of its annual Happy Traveler state travel guide, in coordination with a national effort to reduce the number of unused vacation days. The guide is a resource to encourage and inspire avid travelers to experience happiness in Pennsylvania. January 30, 2018 marks National Plan […]
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