Opelika

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 bank operates 8 full-service branches in Auburn, Opelika, Valley and Notasulga, Alabama, as well as loan production offices in Auburn and Phoenix City, Alabama.
Volunteers in the Southern Division of APSO participated in the Big House Back to School Bash in Opelika by purchasing school supplies for foster children.
The multi-year agreement was signed by SagamoreHill Broadcasting , licensee of WVNC-TV, branded as "NBC Watertown," and WLTZ-38, licensed to Columbus and also serving the Opelika, Ala., area.
While visiting a church in the town of Opelika that was serving as a disaster relief center, Trump reportedly signed people's Bibles.
He punctuated his trip at a Southern Baptist church in Opelika, Alabama, with another religious overture, one that was distinctly on-brand: When asked, the president signed several of the churchgoers' Bibles.
The East Alabama Medical Centre in Opelika said in a statement that it was treating more than 40 patients as a result of the tornado and expected to receive more.
CNN quoted Lee County Sherif Jay Jones confirming that at least 12 people died within an area of about five to six miles south of Opelika in Alabama.
ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence, workshop, Auburn Marriott Opelika Resort & Spa at Grand National, Opelika, AL, www.amcoe.org--March 25.
Earlier in his career, he served on the staffs of family practice clinics and hospitals in Starkville, Clinton, Jackson, and in Opelika, Ala.
Before being publisher of the News Herald and the McDowell News, Smitherman was the retail sales manager of the Opelika Auburn News in Alabama.