Wichita Falls is a city in north Texas with a population of 104,000.
It has one large public university (Midwestern State University, the state's only public liberal arts college), at which the late U.S. Senator John Tower was once a member of the political science faculty. It is home to Sheppard Air Force Base, the main training facility for pilots in the globalist NATO; notwithstanding the above, the city is fairly conservative.
The city was originally named for a series of waterfalls on the Wichita River, which were washed away in an 1886 flood; after nearly 100 years of repeated requests by visitors to visit the "Wichita Falls", the city created an artificial waterfall alongside the river.