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Shamokin

(shəmō`kĭn), city (1990 pop. 9,184), Northumberland co., E Pa.; settled c.1835, inc. 1864. A mining center for anthracite coal, Shamokin lies in an area of declining industry and mineral production. Agriculture products include corn, hay, and dairy items.
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Shamokin Area Middle School in Coal Township, Pennsylvania, has created "The Clothes Closet," which offers nearly 100 articles of clothing for students to wear in accordance with the school's dress code policy.
Ironically, the former owner of a bail bonds business in Shamokin a about 70 miles north of Harrisburg a was unable to post his own bail.
Kraynak operated two offices in Mount Caramel and Shamokin known as Keystone Medicine Associates.
Dundas 375 Pennsylvania-Anthracite (17) Anthracite Coal Shamokin -- Atlantic Coal Stockton -- Blaschak Lattimer -- Calvin V.
In a departure from the traditional wait-and-treat approach to medicine, the prevention-first "Fresh Food Pharmacy" program at Geisinger Health System in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, has improved patient health with enormous savings.
Earlier this month, the company, after announcing the immediate termination of its agreement with Northfil, said it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Shamokin Carbons, a private provider of carbon products with locations in Pennsylvania.
UGI Energy Services launched construction of the 20-inch Sunbury Pipeline with a groundbreaking ceremony near the Panda Power Funds Hummel Station generating plant in Shamokin Dam.
Shamokin News-Item; 7,600; Sample Media Group; Times-Shamrock Communications
Towanda includes three clusters of titles in five counties in two states, with two dailies -- the Daily Review of Towanda and the Shamokin News-Item.
A Brief Sketch of the Peculiar Advantages of the Shamokin Coal and Iron Company Situate in Northumberland County, State of Pennsylvania.
Shamokin Plaza, a 97,954 s/f retail property located at 1400 State Route 61, Shamokin, Pennsylvania, sold for $425,000.
Modest Jake Daubert, a talented first baseman from Shamokin, signed on with the Class D Mountaineers of the Interstate League to escape a likely career in the coalmines of eastern Pennsylvania.