Cuyahoga River

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Cuy·a·ho·ga River

 (kī′ə-hō′gə, kə-hō′-)
A river, about 160 km (100 mi) long, of northeast Ohio flowing southwest then north to enter Lake Erie at Cleveland.
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com)-- An overzealous decision by Cleveland Police Lieutenant Stacy Tavitt leads to a botched undercover investigation, leading to Stacy being attacked and her unconscious body dumped into the frigid Cuyahoga River.
Under Scott Pruitts leadership, EPA is moving basically backward to what our country looked like before we had a federal environmental protector to a time when acid rain fell from the sky and the Cuyahoga River caught fire.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park is located between Cleveland and Akron along the Cuyahoga River in Ohio.
When the Cuyahoga River in Ohio caught on fire in the 1970s, that awakened the public and policymakers to the fact that we had an environmental catastrophe in our hands, in the form of polluted water and air.
The book centers on 1969: the year of the Woodstock music festival, the year the first humans walked the moon, and the year man-made environmental disasters, such as the Santa Barbara oil spill and the burning of the Cuyahoga River, came to public awareness.
How many of you remember the fires on the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio?
CLEVELAND -- Cleveland is as hot as one of the blast furnaces ablaze down along the Cuyahoga River.
Indeed it was the Indian word for "crooked" that gave the Cuyahoga River its name.
Atlas Copco breakers have been used to delve beneath the surface to demolish dams on the Cuyahoga River in Ohio.
A contemporaneous description of the Cuyahoga River, which runs through Cleveland, states: "[T]he lower Cuyahoga River .
The 21 burners gathered in the parking lot of a local restaurant on the banks of the Cuyahoga River, clad in fireproof gel suit under layers of cotton and wool to set the record, the New York Daily News reported.
Today, the Towpath Trail stretches 84 miles through the Ohio & Erie Canalway, about one-quarter of which runs through the park along the Cuyahoga River Valley.
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