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Seminar prepares regional brokers for health insurance changes
Forty-one insurance brokers from across the Susquehanna Valley region gathered at Pine Barn Inn for a seminar preparing them for next year’s healthcare changes brought about by the Affordable Healthcare Act.
The seminar was hosted by Geisinger Health Plan, with one of the main events being a presentation from Vince Phillips, a Harrisburg lobbyist who has represented several health insurance associations. Attendees came from nearby counties with other traveling from as far as Harrisburg, State College and Wilkes-Barre.
CEO: Highmark's claims about Geisinger value wrong
A new health plan offered by Highmark misrepresents the quality of care offered by Geisinger Medical Center, according to Geisinger Health System’s CEO and authority board.
Under Highmark’s new Community Blue Premier Flex program, Geisinger Medical Center is considered a “standard value” instead of an “enhanced value” medical provider, a designation that comes with out of network care costs for plan holders.
Danville School Board to Review Teacher Union Negotiations
The Danville school board will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 5, at the Danville High School to review fact-finding results from their negotiations with the district’s teacher’s union. The state-appointed fact finder has drafted a report with recommendations for both sides on reaching a settlement.
Jim Keiser and Dave Hess are 2012 Coaches of the Year
Two of the pleasant surprises among Valley football teams this season were the turnaround by Selinsgrove and the solid season by a young Danville team.
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Nine local football stars earn all-state nods
LEWISBURG - For the third consecutive season Lewisburg linebacker Brandon Smith headlines the Valley’s contingent on the Pennsylvania Sports Writers All-State Football team.
HAC champions dominate all-star teams
In addition to claiming its first District 4 Class AA title since 1999, Danville also put the most players onto the 2012 Heartland Athletic Conference All-Star team, as selected recently by the league’s head coaches.
Danville's defense on its heels against Wyomissing
All season Danville was able to dictate the flow of games with a defense that was aggressive — at times lethal — from back to front.
Their superior secondary allowed the Ironmen to key on the run, and preyed on any team that thought it could pass its way out of trouble.
Wyomissing runs past Danville in state quarterfinal
The Danville football team gathered after Saturday’s PIAA quarterfinal matchup at HersheyPark Stadium and, as has become its post-game tradition, listened to the band play the school’s alma mater.
Wyomissing 52, Danville 0
Statistics from Saturday's playoff game
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