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Channel 13 NEWS

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Channel 13 NEWS

Don Johnson (HHS '71)
KearneyCommunication

Mar 17, 2013

Congratulations to the students putting together the Ch.13 news. Very impressive. Makes me envious that high school students have the opportunity to do things I wouldn't be able to try until my sophomore and junior years in college. Also looks like you're having a lot of fun. Keep up the good work.
Rev. Keith Brozek
HebronPastor

May 08, 2013

The channel 13 has improved vastly since your 1st episode. Especially loved the Jay-Tom-Greg show! Of course we didn't know that Greg B. and his friends were such a big hit, since he doesn't say much at home. It would be great to keep this program going for our students. I think these shows should be saved for their senior year. Rev. Keith Brozek
Rob Ahlschwedeswedeberger@gmail.comOlympia, WashingtonRetired educator

May 29, 2017

I went to high school in Wilber, Nebraska and competed against Hebron every year during those years. Wilber was a member of the Southern Conference for some of those years, so the following item caught my eye. Here's a challenge for you all: I live in Olympia, Washington, and have found, locally, a framed piece from Hebron High School. It shows several Southern Conference Track and Field ribbons, presumably won at conference meets, three track medals from Hastings College. Also in the frame are three "full blue" chevrons/triangles from 1934, 1935 and 1936.(the "Full Blue" program was to recognize track and field athletes by compiling points based on accomplishments in all events. Point totals determined the full blue(highest totals) or half blue(lesser totals) and the athlete was then presented a navy blue or powder blue diamond to sew onto their track top. There is one more thing in the frame. It is a lapel pin from the US Army Salvage Diver Regiment. Nowhere in the frame is a name listed so I have no idea who this display honors. As none of your high school track and field records remain from that era it will be a challenge to determine who this person was. But, the challenge is on.....this piece needs to return to Hebron, either to the school or to the local historical museum for display. I will be in Nebraska next spring and will happily deliver this framed remembrance. Please forward this to whoever you think would be interested. Rob Ahlschwede