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Examples of "waxahachie"
Reagor was born in Waxahachie, Texas. He attended Waxahachie High School, and was a standout high school football player for the Waxahachie Indians.
The "Waxahachie Daily Light" has served the town since 1867, and the first newspaper in Waxahachie, the "Waxahachie Argus", was established in 1870. Additionally, there are 47 radio stations within close listening range of Waxahachie.
Waxahachie" (YTB-814), sometimes misspelled Waxahatchie", was a United States Navy named for Waxahachie, Texas.
Two post-secondary educational institutions have campuses in the city of Waxahachie. Navarro College, a community college based in Corsicana, Texas, has a campus in Waxahachie.
In January 2015, he resigned from Lincoln and accepted the head coaching job at Waxahachie High School in Waxahachie, Texas, south of Dallas.
Richards Field was home to the Waxahachie Buffaloes of the Central Texas League in 1914 and Waxahachie Athletics also of the Central Texas League from 1915 to 1916.
Additionally, the long-running television series "Walker, Texas Ranger", starring Chuck Norris, was filmed in Waxahachie on occasion. Some scenes in "Prison Break" were filmed in Waxahachie.
Forreston is served by the Waxahachie Independent School District.
Waxahachie High School is a public high school in the city of Waxahachie, Texas, USA and classified as a 5A school by the UIL. It is a part of the Waxahachie Independent School District located in central Ellis County. Waxahachie Ninth Grade Academy, with an additional 709 students, is a nearby branch of the high school attended by all freshman. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.
The United States Postal Service operates the Waxahachie Post Office.
The largest living mammoth donkey, at , resides in Waxahachie, Texas.
Waxahachie Ninth Grade Academy is a branch off of Waxahachie High School of Waxahachie Independent School District that all freshman students of WHS attend. The sports and fine arts are connected with WHS. It is in a separate building close to WHS.
Paul Richards died of a heart attack in Waxahachie, Texas at the age of 77. In 1996, Richards was inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. Paul Richards Park in Waxahachie has been named a Texas Historical Landmark.
He is affiliated with Rotary International, the United Methodist Church, the Waxahachie Foundation, and the Waxahachie Senior Citizens Center. He and his wife, the former Michele Morgan, have two children, Morgan Wray and John Patrick Wray.
The town is the namesake of the former United States Naval Ship "Waxahachie" (YTB-814).
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) operates the Waxahachie District Parole Office in Sherman.
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church building at 308 N. Monroe in Waxahachie, Texas.
Wise was born in Waxahachie, Texas, and died in Dallas, Texas at the age of 65.
Vines was born in Waxahachie, Texas and died in Orlando, Florida.
Wray graduated in 1989 from Waxahachie High School, in 1993 from Texas A&M University in College Station with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, and in 1996 from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin with the Juris Doctor degree. He is a former mayor of Waxahachie and past member of the Waxahachie City Council. He practiced law for six years in Houston, Texas, prior to returning to Waxahachie. He is the co-owner of Town Square Title, a title company.