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Nanticoke

(năn`tĭkōk), city (1990 pop. 12,267), Luzerne co., NE Pa., on the Susquehanna River; founded 1793, inc. as a city 1926. It is largely residential. Plastic products are manufactured. Nanticoke was formerly the heart of an anthracite-coal mining region, but production has declined.
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As mentioned earlier in our records, the episodes were likely the influence of the emissions from the Nanticoke power plant located near the site.
Rural 3,671 6,625 Kilgore, Texas Rural 2,614 3,210 Elyria, Ohio Urban Single Campus 3,291 8,320 Nanticoke, Pa.
On February 15, 2007, there was a fire at Imperial Oil's Nanticoke refinery, located in Ontario.
The "sexual revolution" that was taking place in urban culture during the 1910s and 1920s did not reach the Nanticoke Valley until after World War II, and even then it was more a generational change than a sweeping societal shift.
Arnold was born in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania on February 13, 1935.
She was taken to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, where she was treated for exposure.
The early closure of Ontario's two largest coal-fired electricity plants, Nanticoke and Lambton, comes as a result of the province's improved, smarter electricity grid, increased efficiency, strong conservation efforts and diversified supply of clean energy.
* Union Gas sent notification of its preferred route for a pipeline from Bright to the OPG Nanticoke Generating Station.
remains in business today, making hydraulic ram pumps in Nanticoke, Pa.
Current hotspots for citations are in the Nanticoke River and Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland and the South, Severn, and Magothy Rivers near Annapolis, MD, on the western shore.
Forest rangers responded to calls for assistance with airboats to rescue people from swiftly rising waters in Nanticoke and Conklin.
The bigger issues for us were, if you pulled out a centralized plant with 4,000 megawatts at Nanticoke, the whole flow of the system changed.