Black Warrior River


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Black Warrior River

A river rising in north-central Alabama and flowing about 290 km (180 mi) southwest to the Tombigbee River.
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Shoal Creek is located on the Black Warrior River in Central Alabama and serves Asian and European steel mills.
Peabody Energy has signed a definitive agreement to purchase the Shoal Creek metallurgical coal mine located on the Black Warrior River in Alabama from private coal producer Drummond Co.
Two people were killed and three others injured in a head-on boating collision on the Black Warrior River in Moundville, Albama, on Wednesday night.
CHROMIUM IN THE MULBERRY FORK OF THE BLACK WARRIOR RIVER. ANTONIO L.
Black Warrior River is the primary tributary of the Tombigbee River in central Ala.
The groom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Cypress Inn on the Black Warrior River, where guests enjoyed a slideshow presentation of Laura and Zach.
They lived near the Black Warrior River from about 1020 to about 1650, and in their prime they numbered about a thousand.
The proposed critical habitat includes portions of the Tombigbee River drainage in Mississippi and Alabama; portions of the Black Warrior River drainage in Alabama: portions of the Alabama River drainage in Alabama; portions of the Cahaba River drainage in Alabama; portions of the Tallapoosa River drainage in Alabama and Georgia; and portions of the Coosa River drainage in Alabama.
Home to the Black Warrior River, and the photographs of Walker Evans in James Agee's 1939 book Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.
(2) develop propagation techniques for the vermilion darter (Etheostoma chermocki), ultimately leading to captive propagation of this fish, which occurs only in a small reach of one tributary in the Black Warrior River drainage in Alabama (protecting this fish through captive propagation and simultaneously working to restore it's habitat will facilitate it's survival);
Huddled by the edge of the Black Warrior River in western Alabama, the little town of Akron was once quite prosperous, buoyed up by the proceeds of rail transportation.
because it's on a steep hill," presenting design challenges that "I think we've addressed." He noted that the location benefits from proximity not only to a major highway into the city but also to the Black Warrior River and downtown.