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Highmark working out how to keep care at local hospitals
On Monday, as he's done 1,500 times before, neurosurgeon Michael Horowitz treated an intracranial aneurysm -- threading a wire through a femoral artery, north through the patient's trunk and neck, then into the brain, stopping at the arterial bulge and leaving behind tiny platinum coils that restrict blood flow and prevent rupture.
Tue May 14, 2013
Chemistry Professor, Students, and Alumni Participated in Pittcon
Eight Westminster students, Dr. Helen Boylan , Westminster College associate professor of chemistry, and Dr.
Target 11 investigates: Weed killer killing more than weeds
It was supposed to be an environmentally friendly weed killer, but it ended up killing trees.
Skylab: Man's First Home in Space Launched 40 Years Ago Today
With all the futuristic talk today about missions to Mars, lunar bases and asteroid mining, it's easy to forget that man has already been living off of the planet on and off for decades.
Fri May 10, 2013
What's your share of Pennsylvania's casino tax revenue?
Pennsylvania lawmakers legalized slot machines -- and later, table games -- on the promise tax revenue would help reduce Pennsylvanians' property tax bills.
Thu May 09, 2013
Veronica Mars Movie: Enrico Colantoni Officially Signs On
Enrico Colantoni is still Veronica's daddy! Colantoni, who played one of TV's most beloved fathers Keith Mars on the cult favorite TV series, has officially signed... Pennsylvania Facts - PA is the Keystone State.
Wed May 08, 2013
The York Daily Record
Answering the call: The Rev. Martha Helene Butkofsky Boyer
Family: Husband of 30 years, David Lee Boyer, and a son, Andrew Edward Boyer, 25, graduating with a Master's of Library Science from Kutztown University on May 18 I am a PKPKPN, which means both my parents and aunt are ordained ministers.
Tue May 07, 2013
78,000 apply to leave Earth forever to live on Mars
By Mike Wall Space.comHuge numbers of people on Earth are keen to leave the planet forever and seek a new life homesteading on Mars.About 78,000 people have applied to become Red Planet colonists with the nonprofit organization Mars One since its application process opened on April 22, officials announced Tuesday.
Mon May 06, 2013
Google's Chief Internet Evangelist on Creating the Interplanetary Internet
When some future Mars colonist is able to open his browser and watch a cat in a shark suit chasing a duck while riding a roomba, they will have Vint Cerf to thank.
Sun May 05, 2013
Health Happenings for week of May 6
The Arthritis Foundation is hosting an Arthritis Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at La Roche College, 9000 Babcock Blvd., McCandless.
Fri May 03, 2013
to Celebrate Commencement May 18
More than 300 students are expected to earn degrees Saturday, May 18 , at Westminster College's 159th commencement ceremonies.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
's Environmental Programs Hosted Datashed Training Workshop
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - Westminster College's Environmental Programs hosted a Datashed Training Workshop April 19 at the Westminster Field Station.
The Lebanon Daily News
W. Pa. man to prison for Facebook surfer sex scam
A married father from western Pennsylvania will spend 14 to 28 years in prison for using phony Facebook profiles to pose as two different Florida surfers to solicit sexually graphic messages and photos from seven teenage girls.
Mars Tethered Sample Return
In 1989, planetary scientist Alan Stern proposed a novel, bare-bones approach to Mars sample collection: that a Mars-orbiting spacecraft lower a "collection platform" on a tether to an altitude of 50 kilometers above the martian surface during one of the planet's seasonal dust storms.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
English Majors and Faculty Participated in International Convention
Seven Westminster College English majors participated in the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in March in Portland , Oregon .