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1 The North Alabama region is mostly mountainous, with the Tennessee River cutting a large valley and creating numerous creeks, streams, rivers, mountains, and lakes.
2 Several Hindu temples and cultural centers in the state have been founded by Indian immigrants and their descendants, the best-known being the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Birmingham, the Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Birmingham in Pelham, the Hindu Cultural Center of North Alabama in Capshaw, and the Hindu Mandir and Cultural Center in Tuscaloosa.
3 The oldest institutions are the public University of North Alabama in Florence and the Catholic Church-affiliated Spring Hill College in Mobile, both founded in 1830.
4 In North Alabama, there was an attempt to organize a neutral state to be called Nickajack.
5 Huntsville, in north Alabama's Tennessee River Valley, is the fastest growing metropolitan region of Alabama, that is home to one of the per capita most educated regions in the United States.
6 From 1986 to 2013, the Division II championship game was played at Braly Municipal Stadium near the campus of the University of North Alabama in Florence, Alabama.
7 While most of North Alabama became solidly Republican during the 1970s, Jackson County up through the 2000s remained a stronghold of the Democratic Party for elections to local office (residents are not usually liberal, however;
8 In December 2016, the University of North Alabama, ASUN, and the Big South Conference announced that, effective in 2018, the school will leave the Division II Gulf South Conference and will join ASUN in non-football sports and the Big South in football.
9 Three schools, Kennesaw State, Monmouth, and North Alabama, are currently associates in football.
10 Originally known as the Mid-South Conference, the Gulf South Conference was formed by six universities in the summer of 1970: Delta State, Florence State (now North Alabama), Jacksonville State, Livingston (now West Alabama), Tennessee–Martin, and Troy State (now Troy).
11 The next change to the conference's membership was officially announced on December 6, 2016 when North Alabama was accepted to the Atlantic Sun Conference and would begin a transition to Division I sports in 2018.
12 North Alabama railroads, including land that was part of the Benjamin P. Worthington plantation.
13 Early settlers to the region were hunter-gatherer tribes similar to those in North Alabama.
14 representatives from north Alabama, enraged that the capital was being moved from Tuscaloosa, were indifferent to either site.
15 Situated in Florence, and founded in 1830 as LaGrange College, the University of North Alabama, a public, co-educational, higher education institution, is Alabama's oldest state-certified university.
16 The University is the largest in North Alabama, with an enrollment topping 7,000 for the first time in 2007.
17 The road is known as the "University of North Alabama Highway".
18 One solution discussed has been the Memphis to Atlanta Highway, proposed to connect the two cities via a freeway through north Alabama.
19 It moved to the Princess Theatre in 2014.) Another large event in Decatur and North Alabama, the Racking Horse World Celebration attracts horses from around the world to compete in the largest Racking Horse competition.
20 Air Evac Lifeteam provides aeromedical services for the city of Decatur and North Alabama.
21 Huntsville Hospital is the region's referral center and also serves as North Alabama's level one trauma center.
22 As of November 2010, Decatur General Hospital and Huntsville Hospital are affiliate hospitals, ensuring the continued tradition and excellence of public, not-for-profit health care in North Alabama.
23 During this event, an EF5 tornado that tracked near the Browns Ferry Nuclear Power Plant destroyed many transmission towers and caused a multi-day power outage for the majority of North Alabama.
24 A third line, the Mercury and Chase Railroad, runs 10-mile (16 km) weekend tourist rides on part of another former NC&StL and L&N line from the North Alabama Railroad Museum's Chase Depot, located in the community of Chase, Alabama.
25 In 2020, Huntsville released a master plan for a 70-mile bicycling and walking trail, named Singing River Trail of North Alabama to connect downtown Huntsville to the cities of Madison, Decatur, and Athens.
26 El Reportero is a Spanish-language newspaper for North Alabama.
27 The Huntsville DMA serves 15 counties in North Alabama and 6 counties in Southern Middle Tennessee.
28 The run starts out in north Alabama on Thursday and then makes its way south, stopping in the Birmingham area overnight and then on to Montgomery and Troy.
29 The city is within 50 miles (80 km) of the University of Alabama, University of Alabama Birmingham, and within 100 miles (160 km) of the University of North Alabama.
30 Many of the city's first settlers came from North Georgia, North Alabama, Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennessee, because they found the Ozarks familiar to the Appalachian Mountains back home.