Prattville


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Prattville,

city (1990 pop. 19,587), seat of Autauga co., central Ala.; inc. 1872. It has textile and related industries, lumber, and a paper mill. Automotive parts are manufactured, and cotton gins have been made there since 1838. A state game farm is in Prattville.
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Ushers were Michael Bell of Brewton, Alabama; Miller Phillips of Destin, Florida; Joey Snider of Gadsden, Alabama; Jeremy Walker of Prattville, Alabama, and Bradley Wyatt of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The Byard brothers are busy helping rebuild their hometown; Jim is the mayor of Prattville, Ala., Jeff is the top merit employee with the Alabama Emergency Management Agency (EMA).
Of the 29 events on the Nationwide Tour this year, leading to the tour championship in Prattville, Ala., in late October, a dozen tournaments have come into existence since the Oregon Classic was launched in 1998; only four have endured since the Hogan Tour was founded in 1990.
Shrewsbury Historical Society Program "The Lost Village of Prattville,'' by Erik Larson, 7 p.m.
5 on the Buy.com Tour list of money winners, with earnings of $234,455 going into the final event, the Buy.com Tour Championship, which begins today at the Senator Course at Capitol Hill in Prattville, Ala.
This past year, Prattville, Alabama, abruptly changed from being a town on the way to somewhere to a true destination.
Kathleen and her husband Guy Prynoski of Holland, Susan and her husband Henry Brogna of West Brookfield, Brenda Frew of Prattville, AL, Nancy and her husband Marc Lagrant of Hardwick and Francis Frew of Hatfield.
- Eric Lubinger, CWNE #115, Prattville, Ala., USA (2nd year member)
The bride was honored prior to her wedding with an announcement party at the McAlpin House, hosted by friends and family; a lingerie shower, hosted by her bridesmaids; a bridal shower at Mendenhall First Baptist Church; and a coffee in Prattville, Alabama.
Prattville, Alabama The Legacy of a Ghost Environmentalist For years upon years, being armed to the teeth With transit, thermometer, tweezers, and trap, I guarded' gainst pestilence, stench, rot, and sleaze Only to get bit by a bloodthirsty gnat.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Lonnie of Prattville, Ala., and Alan of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a daughter, Sue of Lopez Island, Wash.; two brothers, Tom of Medford and Richard of Hillsboro; three sisters, Dorothy of Florence, Ruth of Loon Lake and Mabel of Salem; 10 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.