Lehigh River


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Le·high River

 (lē′hī′)
A river, about 150 km (90 mi) long, of eastern Pennsylvania flowing generally southeast to the Delaware River.
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Noun1.Lehigh River - a river in eastern Pennsylvania that flows southeast into the Delaware RiverLehigh River - a river in eastern Pennsylvania that flows southeast into the Delaware River
Keystone State, Pennsylvania, PA - a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
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Furthermore, because of the property's topography, situated between a mountain and the Lehigh River, there is little room for new construction.
The $21.9 million rehabilitation of the Tilghman Street Bridge over Lehigh River, Norfolk Southern Rail Road and local streets in the City of Allentown is expected to continue through the rest of 2019 and 2020 and into June of 2021.
Hickory Run State Park (http://valleytosummit.com/trips/snowshoeing-adventures), <em>PA-534, Jim Thorpe.</em> Valley to Summit offers day-long snowshoeing excursions in January, February and March with its Hickory Run Lehigh River Hike.
On Monday, water rescue crews conducted a massive search along the Lehigh River near Jim Thorpe and Lehighton in Carbon County in the state after Lehighton officials reported as many as 145 rafters were missing.
Zoey the 8-pound bichon frise was gone, taken by a hungry raptor Tuesday afternoon not 50 feet from his sister's house on the banks of the Lehigh River in Pennsylvania, Rodriguez said.
The 84-year-old Cementon Bridge in Whitehall Township, PA, carries more than 16,000 vehicles per day over the Lehigh River. However, like many of the Nation's bridges, the structure requires replacement to ensure its continuous operation and functionality for travelers.
The center in April 2004 had warm-weather grasses planted on the north-facing slope overlooking the Lehigh River and Route 248 outside Palmerton.
The Lehigh river falls into the Delaware, there's fracking
Whether fishing for Lehigh River smallmouths or being awed by a wayward pheasant in the neighborhood junkyard, Annoni discovered a sense of peace and belonging that simply didn't exist at home.
It was sort of a rite of passage--the boat moves along at just a few miles an hour in a water-filled ditch that runs parallel to the Lehigh River, pulled on a separate tow path by mules tended by drivers wearing 1800s period dress.
Soon, we'll be jumping out of a plane (with parachute) and running the rapids in a raft on the Lehigh River."

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