Just a quick update on the new cell phone tower high above the Gooseberry interchange on I-70. The 180′ tower is built. Antenna and cables are being mounted. A private company is building the tower and then leases space to major cell carriers. The building contractor told us that T-Mobile is the only one who has signed a lease so far. However, he said other carriers are soon to follow. It may be a good time to call your carrier and encourage them to go there too. We will just have to wait and see.
This is the week of one of the world’s best ATV Events. It is hosted right here in our own Sevier County, it is, of course, the ATV Rocky Mountain Jamboree.
Many people will visit our communities and mountains from all over the world. Our businesses will be busier and it will give us a chance to be friendly and show them what a wonderful place Salina is.
We will have many volunteers helping with the Rocky Mountain Jamboree from the Salina area. Kreig Rasmussen and his brother Kirk D Rasmussen are two of those volunteers. Here is a short video clip of how a ride with Salina’s own photographer Kreig Rasmussen could be a ride you will always remember.
We want to thank Sevier County, the Rocky Mountain Jamboree, the merchants, hotels, food service people and all of the volunteers for the great job they do with this amazing event.
We express our gratitude to military veterans! As part of a Utah Honor Flight experience, BYU College of Nursing had the honor of sponsoring 17 veterans and accompanying them to see their memorials in Washington, D.C. This video is the full story of their tour and captures them as they depart/return and highlights select sites in between. It depicts the opportunity offered by Honor Flight hubs across the nation to veterans, especially of World War II.
Once again we express our gratitude to military veterans! Do You Know of a Veteran Who Needs to Have a Utah Honor Flight Experience? Could you help sponsor a veteran? Please call for more details.