Waco


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Wa·co

 (wā′kō)
A city of east-central Texas south of Dallas-Fort Worth on the Brazos River. Founded in 1849, it grew as an outpost on the Chisholm Trail.

Wa•co

(ˈweɪ koʊ)

n.
a city in central Texas, on the Brazos River. 108,412.
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Noun1.Waco - a city in east central Texas
Lone-Star State, Texas, TX - the second largest state; located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico
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Arobin's remark about inquisitive people reminded him of a man from Waco the other day at the St.
Each year, WACO awards three college scholarships to area college-bound high school seniors attending public and private schools in the District 211, District 214 and Elgin Area School District U-46 service areas.
It's about the 1993 standoff between the FBI, ATF, and the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas
has announced the acquisition of WACO Aircraft Corporation, located Battle Creek, Michigan, the company said.
Waco bought the property for $810,000 in September 2016 and began construction in January.
The Holiday Inn Express and Suites hotels is in Legends Crossing, one of the fastest-developing areas of Waco. Legends Crossing is a 150-acre mixed use development next to Baylor Scott and White Medical Center Hillcrest, less than a ten-minute drive from Baylor University, downtown Waco, and the famous Magnolia Market.
The company's $200 million expansion to its Waco facility adds 322,000 square feet of manufacturing space, nearly doubling its footprint.
About Highmark Painting - Highmark Painting are the Waco painting contractors of choice who provide professional interior and exterior painting services for residential and commercial clients.
LBJ's Austin and Hill Country region, while plagued by segregation, held more tolerant elements than Poage's Waco. Johnson grew up exposed to a large German population in the Hill Country, which historically had rejected the inclinations of the Old Confederacy.
Gang members hid weapons in sacks of flour and bags of chips at the Twin Peaks restaurant, where they attacked each other in a fight that was likely set off by a smoldering turf battle, Waco Police said, reports Reuters.
Waco police said on Facebook that no officers were injured at the deadly Twin Peaks restaurant fight, without immediately providing further details.
The violence erupted shortly after noon at a busy Waco marketplace along an interstate highway that draws a large lunchtime crowd.