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Rep. Jackson announces 2022 service academy appointments

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WASHINGTON — This week, Representative Ronny Jackson (TX-13) announced that six students received official appointments to U.S. Service Academies after receiving a nomination from him last year.

As a Member of Congress, Jackson can nominate students from TX-13 for appointments to the United States Air Force, Naval, Military (West Point), and Merchant Marine Academies. Jackson can also nominate students from the entire State of Texas to the Merchant Marine Academy.

Jackson said: “Congratulations to these six students who have chosen to take the road less traveled in service to our great country. They’ve made their families, communities, and our whole country proud by dedicating themselves to a cause so much bigger than themselves. I know we all wish nothing but the best for their bright futures at their respective service academies and beyond!”

  • Judd Pringle, from Amarillo High School, received an official appointment to the United States Naval Academy. He is the son of James and Julie Pringle.
  • Caden Warren, from Seymour High School, received an official appointment to the United States Naval Academy.  He is the son of David and Hayley Warren.
  • Clay Earp, from Victory Christian Academy, received an official appointment to the United States Military Academy. He is the son of Brandon and Trisha Earp of Bowie.
  • Bridon Rosales, from Veritas Press Scholars Academy, received an official appointment to the United States Air Force Academy. He is the son of Alfred and Michaela Rosales. The Rosales, a military family, maintain residency in Wichita Falls.
  • John Blocher, from Yorktown High School, received an official appointment to the United States Air Force Academy. He is the son of John and Jamie Blocher. The Blochers, a military family, maintain residency in Wichita Falls.
  • Trinity Santasiero, from Cypress Creek High School, received an official appointment to the United States Merchant Marine Academy. She is the daughter of James and Natalie Santasiero.
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UIL maps out the ladies championships

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The top 24 girls #txhshoops teams are headed to the Alamodome this week for the #UILState Girls Basketball Championships!

🏀uiltexas.org/basketball/state-girls

The slate of teams include the Nocona High School Lady Indians.

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How to Guide helps you know the facts and choose wisely

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Inside the mid-week Bowie News find the How To Guide offering tips and guidance to make a selection of a service or a professional. Helpful information for your family.

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‘Light Through a Lens’ show reception to open

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The team at Davis & Blevins Gallery in Saint Jo will showcase the new work of eight talented photographers for the first show of 2024, “Light Through A Lens.”
This marks the gallery’s seventh annual photography-centric show and sale. It will hang through March 31 with the celebratory artist’s reception 1-4 p.m. on March 2.
This year’s show features the works of Kelly Yandell, Dave Shafer, Emily McCartney Eiguren, Debra Fox, Tim Newton, Katie Sickles Rust, Craig Nadziejka and Willetta Crowe.
Davis & Blevins is located on the town square in Saint Jo.

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