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    • Wichita Falls

      The City of Wichita Falls is comfortably nestled in the North East corner of North Texas. Wichita Falls is an economically progressive city home to commerce and industry with worldwide…

    • Sheppard AFB

      Wichita Falls proudly calls itself the home of the finest military installation in the country, Sheppard Air Force Base. Through Sheppard’s Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program, Wichita Falls has…

    • Burkburnett

      Burkburnett is just a short drive north from Wichita Falls on I-44. “Burk”, as locals call it, is the largest of the towns surrounding Wichita Falls with a population of…

    • Iowa Park

       Iowa Park is on State Highway 370 five miles west of Wichita Falls in central Wichita County. Iowa Park has a median household income of $41,000 and a population of…

    • Holliday

       Holliday is situated just south of Wichita Falls in Archer County. The population was 1,632 at the 2000 census. The town is named for nearby Holliday Creek, named in turn…

    • Archer City

      Archer City lies at the junction of State Highway 79 and State Highway 25 in the heart of Archer County, 25-miles south of Wichita Falls. It is the county seat…

    • Lakeside City

      Lakeside City, just 9 miles from downtown Wichita Falls, is a small community of just over 1000 residents with an area of 0.6 square miles. The town, as its name…

    • Henrietta

      Henrietta is one of the oldest settled towns in north central Texas. It sits at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 287, U.S. Highway 82, State Highway 148, and Farm to…

    • Lake Arrowhead

      Just 15 miles southeast of Wichita Falls off US Highway 281, Lake Arrowhead offers easy access to the all of the metropolitan amenities of Wichita Falls, peace and quiet of…

    • Dean

      Dean sits east of Wichita Falls in northern Clay County. Over one third of its 400 residents are younger than 18 years old. Students attend Petrolia Independent School District schools.…

    • Petrolia

      Petrolia is in Clay County just east of Wichita Falls. There are around 800 residents and 200 families in Petrolia. In 2002, the Petrolia Pirates football team brought home the…

    • Vernon

      Vernon is the home of the Waggoner Ranch, the largest in Texas under one fence. WT Waggoner’s ranch still operates today, with business in petroleum, farming, horses and cattle. The…

    • Seymour

      Seymour, county seat of Baylor County, is home to 3000 residents. The town calls itself  “the crossroads of North Texas” because it is located at the junction of five highways:…

    • Electra

      Electra is in western Wichita county just 28 miles northwest of Wichita Falls. The population was 3,168 at the 2000 census. Daniel Waggoner started a ranch in present-day Electra in…

    • Windthorst

      Windthorst, named for German statesman Ludwig Windthorst, is an agriculturally centered town on the boundary of Archer and Clay counties. The population was 440 at the time of the 2000…