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town of Cowarts
Welcome to the town of Cowarts
Cowarts, home to just over 1,950 residents, is located in west-central Houston County in the extreme southeast corner of the state. The town incorporated in August 1961, and it is part of the Dothan, Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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