A place where dreams go to die.
I had a job, family, and career but now i live in Corsicana.
(n) A crappy town in Texas about 1 1/2 hrs south of Dallas. This town has never done anything significant nor has anyone that lives there. A few people from this town have gone on to do good things but only because they left to achieve it. It has often been thought of to have mystic / magical powers. Reason being is because anyone unfortunate to inhabit this black hole of a town is sucked dry of any creativity, talent, ambition, will power, education, etc. However, these "magical" powers do work some good. Upon the slim chance that an inhabitant escapes this place, within an hr of being away they instantly become smarter, more creative, happy, etc. The longer this person stays away from the clutches of this place the more dramatic their improvement becomes. Not to mention their over all chances of becoming a productive member of society increase 200%. Even tourists and visitors to this town have reported experiencing an unusual feeling of disgust & absent mindedness.
1.) I wouldn't suggest living in corsicana to my worst enemy.
2.) When you see the exit for corsicana, step on the gas and keep going!
A black hole in which everything is sucked in and twisted broken or shatterd. You would be lucky to survive it
Every person from Corsicana
Sorry, its a crap hole. I once thought I had died and gone to hell, it turned out that I was just living in Corsicana. I would rather roll naked down a hill of broken glass and rock salt than ever returned to this vortex of doom, disillusionment and soul crushing. Houses made of cow crap have more appeal than most of the buildings in this cess-pool. Additionally, their main strip of businesses reminds of some of the crappier places to be found in Nuveo Laredo.
Home of the Corsicana Tigers and the Navarro College Bulldogs! A wonderful small town that is shaped by loving people. The commitment of everyone to create a great place for our kids to participate in sports, advance economic development/tourism to our community and add to the quality of life!
It is home to:
-First United Methodist Church (just celebrated its 160th Anniversary!)
-Downtown has unique shops that are shaped by a loving environment and that of personal service.
-YMCA & the great programs it offers!
-The Navarro Council of the Arts, Arts in Education programming.
-Corsicana Education Foundation
-Such a rich history: from historic buildings, Wolf Brand Chili, the oil boom, beautiful old homes, theaters, churches, a busy Beaton Street and more, we've been left an exciting legacy to carry on!
- What a great size town and the fact I can drive "across" town in 10 minutes. Not too big, not too small.
-Navarro College sports are all continually ranked top in the nation and produce professional athletes.
-NC does a lot for the students for our area! With 4 locations filled with great faculty and staff, it truly is one of the best community colleges in the nation. Also, among junior colleges, it is one of the only ones of its size with dorms and an amazing athletic program!
-The generosity of our people is that of pure philanthropy. Our local charities, scholarships, programs, and facilities are like no other.