Wichita Falls, Texas

What is Wichita Falls, Texas known for?

white bass

tpwd.state.tx.us accessdate April 17, 2013 When available, the fish population consists mostly of white bass, hybrid striped bass, channel catfish, and white crappie. Camping facilities are also available. Wichita Falls is the home of the annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred, the largest

starting strength

century bicycle ride (Challenge riding) in the United States. Mark Rippetoe, a popular strength coach and author of ''Starting Strength – Basic Barbell Training'', resides in Wichita Falls and owns the black-iron gym, the Wichita Falls Athletic Club. The city has been home to a number of semi-professional, development, and minor league sports teams, including the Wichita Falls Drillers, a semi-pro football team that has won numerous league titles

water drinking

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amp campaign

, Rouse worked as a graduate assistant coach at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. He left the position in October 2007. Rouse has not had another basketball job since leaving Midwestern State University, and has said that he "has been blackballed (blacklist), labeled a snitch and a turncoat" for taping Bliss' statements.

staff" ). Rouse sued his attorney in 2005 for releasing the tapes, claiming that it breached the attorney-client privilege; the suit is still pending.

url http: sports.espn.go.com ncb columns story?columnist oneil_dana&id 3371852&amp;campaign rss&source ESPNHeadlines title Rouse in oblivion five years after Baylor scandal author Dana O'Neil date May 6, 2008 publisher ''ESPN.com'' Rouse's attorney claims she did not know how the tapes got transcribed, but the journalist who published them said he got it from her.

independent liberal

independent liberal arts college in Texas offering both bachelor's and master's degrees (Academic degree). A local branch of nearby Vernon College offers two-year degrees, certificate programs, and workforce development programs, and also Wayland Baptist University,offering both bachelor's and master's degrees, whose main branch is located in Plainview, Texas. Public primary and secondary education (Public education) is covered by the Wichita Falls Independent School District


, the City View Independent School District, and the Bright Ideas Charter School (Charter school). There are several parochial schools, the largest of which is Notre Dame Catholic school (Notre Dame Catholic School (Wichita Falls, Texas)). Other private schools operate in the city, as does an active home-school (Homeschooling) community. Many of the local elementary schools participate in the Head Start (Head Start (education)) program for preschool-aged children. The Wichita

work fact

of affairs of our profession." Personal Mullane was born September 10, 1945, in Wichita Falls, Texas, but considers Albuquerque, New Mexico, to be his hometown. He was a Second Class Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. He graduated from St. Pius X

years service

an aircraft mechanic. After she transferred to what would be her permanent station in New Jersey she decided to leave the active-duty Air Force through the Palace Chase program and was honorably discharged after three years service (two active duty and one reserve) at the age of 21. In the 1980 presidential election (United States presidential election, 1980), Rhodes voted for Republican candidate Ronald Reagan, explaining: "I was young and stupid and sick

television business

state highways in the United States longest state highway in Texas at almost 542 miles, but is only the 9th longest highway overall in the state September 12, CW Plus programming moved to KYUU-LP and a subchannel of KBOI-TV.

Business Report date June 13, 2011 The last CW program to air on KNIN was ''America's Next Top Model''. KNIN's first Fox program was a repeat of ''Bones (Bones (TV series))''. Besides this television station sharing the same call sign with KNIN-FM 92.9 in Wichita Falls, Texas, there is no relation between the two. KNIN-DT2 now carries the Live Well Network. Previous routes 50px Historic SH 22 left (Image:Old Texas 22.svg) '''SH 22''' was one of the 26

rock television

Hit Radio Rhythmic CHR ) * KYYI 104.7FM (Classic rock) * KBZS 106.3 FM (Active Rock) Television stations * KFDX-TV Channel 3 (NBC) * KAUZ-TV Channel 6 (CBS) * KSWO-TV Channel 7 (ABC (American Broadcasting Company)) * KJTL Channel 9 (Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company)) By default, Dallas' KERA-TV serves as the default PBS affiliate for Wichita Falls via a translator station. Sports and recreation File:Kay Yeager Coliseum, Wichita Falls, TX

Wichita Falls, Texas

'''Wichita Falls''' is a city in and the county seat of Wichita County (Wichita County, Texas), Texas, United States. Wichita Falls is the principal city of the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area (Wichita Falls metropolitan area), which encompasses all of Archer (Archer County, Texas), Clay (Clay County, Texas) and Wichita counties. According to the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), the city had a population of 104,553 making it the twenty-ninth most populous (List of cities in Texas by population) city in the state of Texas. In addition to Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls is also home to the Newby-McMahon Building, constructed downtown in 1919 and since known as the "world's littlest skyscraper".

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