Wichita Falls

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Wichita Falls is a city in north Texas with a population of 104,000.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott was born there in 1957.

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.

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