Ozark

Ozark

(ō`zärk), city (1990 pop. 12,922), seat of Dale co., SE Ala.; settled 1820, inc. 1870. It is a shipping center for nuts and timber. Manufactures include aircraft, railcars, farm machinery, clothing, wood products, and fertilizer. U.S. Fort Rucker, the army's aviation flight training center, is nearby.
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In the end she died peaceably of old age in a secret refuge of the revolutionists in the Ozark mountains.
of Arkadelphia, and George Gleason, chairman and CEO of Bank of the Ozarks of Little Rock, speak at a news conference detailing Bank of the Ozark's $216 million deal to buy Summit.
Notes: A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held at 9:30 AM (local time) on Tuesday, April 5, 2016, at the Ozark Administration Building, located at 302 N.
Writings include "Slave Labor at the Maramec Iron Works, 1828-1850", "The Ozark Short Line Railroad: A Failed Dream", "Agricultural Change in the Western Ozarks", "The Origin and Development of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Project", and more.
Frustrated with the half-hearted approach to local trail construction and maintenance, Tim Ernst formed the Ozark Highlands Trail Association (OHTA) to create and maintain the Ozark Highlands Trail in Arkansas.
What lurks below the clear waters of Ozark streams?
Every recipe compiled in the spiral bound pages of the "Edwards Mill Cookbook" has been kitchen tested by Betty Watts and represents the best that the Ozark country of Missouri has to offer.
This isn't the only character-building series by Ozark, however.
LANCASTER - Ozark Jubilee is bringing country music and comedy from Branson, Mo.
1) The Ozark Underground Laboratory and (2) Department of Biology, Missouri Western State College.