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Gadsden

(gădz`dən), city (1990 pop. 42,523), seat of Etowah co., NE Ala., on the Coosa River; settled in 1846, inc. 1871. Iron, coal, limestone, sand, clay, and timber are found in the area. Gadsden has metal, textile, and electronics industries and a large tire and rubber plant. The city is home to Gadsden State Community College.
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The Gadsden flag depicts a coiled rattlesnake over a message that reads, "Don't Tread on Me."
Motus is a premier global automotive supplier and we are thrilled that they have selected the State of Alabama and Gadsden as the site for their new facility, Governor Ivey said.
FC Global has now acquired all of the general partnership interests and class A limited partnership interests in Gadsden's operating partnership Gadsden Growth Properties, L.P.
However, WSGN since 1992 had served as a rebroadcast partner with the University of Alabama's WBHM-FM 90.3 in Birmingham, which has limited signal penetration of the Gadsden area, located to the northwest of the state's biggest market.
Bishop Gadsden benefits from its position as the only facility offering the full continuum of care in a favorable service area.
Brennan, 2016 WL 3361228--from a federal employee who worked with someone who wore a cap to work which featured the Gadsden Flag.
They Gadsden and Jacqueline are aged 12 and 13 we've had them since they were puppies, and they are our lives."
Poston led an expedition from San Francisco to Sonora, Mexico, through the Gadsden Purchase territory, which would later become southern Arizona and southern New Mexico.
Mr Gadsden said Ball "lunged across the dancefloor, grabbed hold of the other man's head and then wrestled him out of the grip of the bouncers, pulled him to the floor and got on top of him".
A series of workshops are being conducted across the country by award-winning British artist Rachel Gadsden, who is using a variety of techniques to help children open up.
"We want to highlight issues and culture," Gadsden told the GDN.
Kimberly Farfone Borts, spokeswoman for the Bishop Gadsden Episcopal Retirement Community in Charleston, S.C., told the Associated Press that Rhett died about 5 p.m.