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town of Ohatchee

Welcome to the town of Ohatchee

The town of Ohatchee is located in Calhoun County in central Alabama and is part of the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Area. With nearly 1,145 residents, Ohatchee encompasses 5.9 square miles on the confluence of Tallaseechatchee Creek and Ohatchee Creek. The town has a rich Native American and Civil War history that is preserved in historic sites, such as Fort Strother and Janney Furnace.