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Midland is a city in Texas with a population nearing the 100,000 mark. Named among the 150 best U.S. cities in which to live for the past twelve years, its warm climate, friendly people, and central location are the primary reasons for the city's popularity.
Midland serves as administrative center for the petroleum producing region known as the Permian Basin, where about 20 percent of America's oil and gas reserves are located in reservoirs deep beneath the surface.
The area's low humidity, combined with warm days and cool nights, contributes to the year More...
Lubbock is the largest city in the Panhandle of Texas and serves as the area's agricultural and economic hub. Lubbock, commonly known as the Hub City, is in the center of the South Plains, an expansive cotton-growing region. Lubbock has experienced steady growth for several decades and today occupies approximately 125 square miles. The city is home to 250,000 residents and students. Lubbock is the seat of Lubbock County, the site of state and national parks, two major medical systems, three universities, and is unique among other growing Texas More...
Lubbock is one of those rare cities where history permeates everything, and as a result most locals know absolutely nothing about the city's history. Most are content with knowing the area, and specifically the city, are of some historical import. There are plenty of folks who are willing to share a few details about their home without repeating the Buddy Holly is from here bit.
Museums & Galleries
• American Museum of Agriculture, 1501 Canyon Lake Dr., 806 239-5796 - W-Fr 10AM-5PM, $3. Founded in 2001 as a cooperative by More...