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Opelika

(ōpəlī`kə), city (1990 pop. 22,122), seat of Lee co., E Ala., near the Chattahoochee River, in a farm area; inc. 1854. It is a trade center, with industries that produce textiles, lumber, boxes, tires, sporting goods, magnetic tape, drilling equipment, and metals.
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The Living Way Ministries Church in Opelika, Alabama, has taken a lot of heat over a sign they posted last week that read: "They Falsely Accused Jesus.
Notes: a mandatory pre-bid conference shall be held at the job site located at 7343 alabama highway 51, opelika, alabama, on monday, october 30, 2017 at 10:00 am.
Medical products company Baxter International (NYSE:BAX) said on Tuesday that it plans to invest about USD300m to expand its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Opelika, Alabama, to help address the growing global demand for dialyzers, a critical component used in hemodialysis therapy (HD).
Born in Opelika, Alabama, Mayne's interest in magic began when his grandfather showed him how he could make a quarter vanish, only to make it reappear moments later in his shoe or sometimes, his belly button.
Flower girls were Mary Emory Newland of Opelika, Alabama, and Annie Lewis Marshall of Richardson, Texas.
Black cutworm adults were monitored at the Grand National Golf Course, Opelika, Alabama.
Mary Parish in Opelika, Alabama, on the effects of the state's new immigration law (Catholic News Service, October 7)
It would be similar to what we've done in Bristol [Virginia and Tennessee] and Opelika, Alabama," he said on the conference call.
The bulk of The Confederate Hospitals And Their Patients presents individual patient records of two hospitals, both of which originated in Atlanta in 1862 and moved to Vineville, Georgia before Atlanta fell, eventually closing in Opelika, Alabama.
He was a native of Opelika, Alabama, and received undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Alabama, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
In this way, bureaucratic lawyers are reshaping politics from Opelika, Alabama to New York City.
coli attorney Fred Pritzker is calling for better regulations for public swimming pools after fifteen people were sickened at the Opelika SportsPlex and Aquatic Center in Opelika, Alabama.