Waxahachie

Waxahachie

(wŏk'sĭhăch`ē), city (1990 pop. 18,168), seat of Ellis co., N Tex.; inc. 1861. A market center (especially for cattle) in the rich blackland prairie, the city also has some industry, including honey processing and the manufacture of reinforcing steel, apparel, bathtubs, and wood, glass, fiberglass, paper, and steel products. In 1989 construction began on what was planned to be the world's largest particle accelerator, but the U.S. Congress killed the project in 1993.
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Notes: A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 2:00 PM at City Hall, 401 South Rogers Street, Waxahachie, TX 75165, on Thursday, December 3, 2015.
The Texas personal injury lawyer says that included on the list of what may be deemed the worst crashes involving commercial vehicles in Texas this year is one that occurred recently near Waxahachie between an 18-wheeler and an SUV that collided head-on.
Joseph's Catholic Church in Waxahachie, TX followed by a 1:00 P.
In 2087, Clarence Hamilcar, ex-Marine lieutenant, decorated veteran of The Koumintang War, associate professor of oriental literature studies, and failed tenure candidate at Black Hills University, South Dakota, is flown under contract by the US Army to Waxahachie, Texas.
Hundreds of residents of the city of Waxahachie have been evacuated following a massive fire at a chemical plant about 30 miles south of Dallas.
Waxahachie Independent School District, proves that law no less than politics makes for strange bedfellows.
Full- and half-page ads have run in Dallas, Gainesville and Waxahachie.
CASE FACTS: On July 20, 2007, Richard Wallace and his wife, Debbie Wallace, filed a suit for medical malpractice against Baylor Medical Center at Waxahachie and Baylor Healthcare Systems, d/b/a Baylor Medical Center at Waxahachie (Baylor).
The February 7 Waxahachie Daily Light reported that one burglar ended up in critical condition in a local hospital, while an accomplice who fled on foot is still on the run.
After years of planning, two years of major construction and $2 billion spent, the most enduring achievement of the stillborn project was a tunnel from nothing to nowhere near Waxahachie, Texas.
An essential, complete and comprehensive, single volume reference, "The Academic Library manager's Forms, Policies, And Procedures Handbook With CD-ROM" by experienced professional librarian Rebecca Brumley (currently with the Navarro College Library at the Waxahachie and Midlothian campuses in Texas, and a consultant to small libraries and communities on policy and procedure manuals) is specifically designed and intended to meet the needs of academic librarians select the best policies and procedures in over 300 different areas of library science and practice.
Anderson Sargent Custom Builder, LLC, of Waxahachie, Texas, won for its Single-Family Concept House;