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Ardmore, Oklahoma
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    (1887- )
    2015 population: 24,283
    Located in Carter County
    Located 97 miles south of Oklahoma City
    Founded by the Santa Fe Railroad
    It relies way too much on the oil sector for its economy.
    It has extremely hot humid summers.
    It is located in Tornado Alley.
    It is known as being the site where William M. Dalton was gunned down by a posse as he tried to flee.
    It was completely wiped out by a fire, which forced many residents to rebuild (1895).
    It was the site of the worst aviation disaster in the state's history as an aircraft went down near the city, killing 83 people (April 22, 1966).
    It is the halfway point between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas.
    It is the birthplace of Rex and Rob Ryan.
    It is home to the Arbuckle Mountains, located north of the city.
    Prior to the oil boom, it was known for its contributions to the cotton picking industry.
    The Greater Southwest Museum is located here.

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