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Once a flourishing center for agriculture and petroleum, Wichita Falls has evolved into a thriving community that supports a diverse range of economic interests. Top local industries include health care, retail and public administration, but many people work in fields that involve manufacturing as well, due to the proximity of Sheppard Air Force Base on the north side of the city. For those who would like to pursue a college education at a reputable institution, Wichita Falls also offers two reputable academic campuses, the American Commercial College and Midwestern State University, where countless athletes and media icons have graduated over the years.



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Covering just over 70 square miles, Wichita Falls, Texas, is home to approximately 104,000 people and is situated slightly below the border of Oklahoma. Furthermore, the average cost of living is 23% lower than the rest of the country, making it more affordable to buy a house in this area. Real estate in Wichita Falls ranges from comfortable single-family homes to smaller condominiums and rowhouses, but some historic properties still exist throughout City Center or along Broad Street and Kell Boulevard.
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