Pa. trooper uses paint to transcend tragedy
By Kathleen Brady Shea
The Philadelphia Inquirer
PHILADELPHIA — Weeks after a milk-truck driver opened fire in an Amish school, a state police commander sought an unconventional way to both evoke and transcend the tragedy: a piece of art.
The resulting watercolor, Remembering Nickel Mines, will be hung today at Troop J headquarters in Lancaster after a private ceremony.
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