What downtown Wichita Falls building is this?
The City National Building
The Kell Building
The Hamilton Building
First Wichita Building
What was the mascot of Midwestern State University before they changed to the Mustangs?
In what year did this massive EF-4 Tornado hit Wichita Falls?
The day that one of the largest tornadoes in history hit Wichita Falls is known as:
The worst day ever
What is the current population of Wichita Falls (according to the 2012 census)?
The current Kemp Center for the Arts used to be what?
It has always been the Kemp Center for the Arts
Wichita Falls gets its name from an Indian phrase "Wee chi tah." What does it mean?
The best spot
This is the First Wichita Building, what is its nickname?
Spudder Park (in East Wichita Falls off MLK Jr. Blvd) used to be:
the location of a church
the only park in Wichita Falls
the home of the Wichita Falls Spudders baseball team
the biggest park in Wichita Falls
Who is the current Mayor of Wichita Falls?
What is the current slogan of the City of Wichita Falls?
Where a kid can be a kid
Home of the Hotter'n Hell Hundred
The city that faith built
Blue skies. Golden opportunities.
This is the Newby-McMahon Building, what is it famous for?
It's the oldest building in Wichita Falls
It's the ugliest skyscrapper
It's the world's littlest skyscraper
Elvis once stayed there
Wichita Falls is home to one of the oldest and largest cycling events in the country. What is it called?
Endurance Hell Ride
Hells Gate 100
Hotter'n Hell 200
Hotter'n Hell Hundred
Who lives in this house?
The President of Midwestern State University
Nobody, it's a museum
The Mayor of Wichita Falls
According to folklore stories, how was the land that is now Wichita Falls initially acquired?
It was purchased from the government.
It was taken from Native Americans.
It was given as a gift.
It was won in a poker game.