2nd Annual Coal Days

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Health and Safety Fair

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Ken May officially new county commissioner

Thursday, March 16th, 2017


Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

The Salina Utah Stake invites all residents of the city of Salina to a special combined 4 Ward Sacrament meeting to be held on Sunday Janurary 15th from 11 am to 1pm at the Salina Stake Center.  The Stake Center is located at 98 West 400 North in Salina.  The 4 Wards involved are specifically the Salina 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Wards.  This meeting will take the place of the regularly held Sunday meetings.  The purpose of this meeting is announce changes to the current Ward boundaries as well as the release and calling of a new Bishopric.  This will be the first formal announcement of the changes being made and as such we invite all Salina residents to attend to learn about these changes.



Sevier County Election Results

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016






Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

2016 Voter Information Now Available

Voter Information Pamphlet details critical information on ballot propositions


Election day is November 8, 2016, and in Sevier County, ballots will be mailed next Tuesday, October 18, according to Barbara Crowther, Sevier County Election’s office.  Residents can vote by mail, or in person between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the following locations:

County Fairgrounds, 410 E 200 S, Richfield

Salina EMS Building, 488 N 250 W, Salina

Monroe Community Center, 220 S 300 W, Monroe

In addition, the Utah Elections Office will send 950,000 election postcards to Utah households this week inviting voters to visit vote.utah.gov to view the 2016 Voter Information Pamphlet. The pamphlet includes information about candidates, proposed constitutional amendments, judicial retention information and how to vote in the upcoming election. It is estimated that more than 132,000 paper copies of the pamphlet will be distributed statewide to voters, libraries, colleges and state facilities over the next month.

“Voting in Utah has never been more convenient or citizen-driven,” said Mark Thomas, Utah Director of Elections. “Vote.utah.gov was created to make information about how to participate in the elections process easily accessible to voters, with the ultimate aim of helping voters discover the mode of participation that works best for them.”

This year, 21 of Utah’s 29 counties will automatically mail a ballot to every registered voter, including Sevier.

Utahns can visit vote.utah.gov to register to vote, view the voter information pamphlet, and find information about polling locations, ballot tracking and more.

In addition, local residents can receive more information or have questions answered by calling 435-893-0401 or emailing elections@sevier.utah.gov


Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Salina City watering schedule (culinary and PI) is as follows: Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday: Odd numbered house addresses may water after 6 p.m. and before 10 a.m.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday: even numbered house addresses may water after 6 p.m. and before 10 a.m.
There will be NO WATERING on MONDAYS or ANY DAY between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Forbes names local business to ‘best’ list

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

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Redmond Inc. has been named to Forbes’ list of America’s Best Small Companies, the only company in Utah recognized. Forbes, an American business magazine which focuses on finance, investing, and industry topics, sought out the top twenty-five “small giants that have chosen to be great instead of big”.

Now headquartered in Heber City, Utah, Redmond Inc. began when Milo and Lamar Bosshardt, Redmond farmers, turned to mining salt after a 1958 drought.  In 1999 Rhett Roberts bought the company and became CEO, leading the company to where it is today with approximately 320 employees, offices in both Heber and Redmond, and sales topping $65 million.

“I think it’s neat that Forbes Magazine featured Redmond in its list of America’s best small companies,” said Roberts in a message to associates. “I just wish they wouldn’t have focused so much on the CEO role. It’s kind of what business magazines tend to do, but each of you have as much to do with Redmond’s good reputation as I do. I am more grateful all the time for what we’re achieving together — we have good reason to be excited about where we are headed! Thank you!”

In addition to Real Salt, Redmond Inc. has expanded to include brands such as Best Vinyl, Ice Slicer, Real Foods Markets (4 Utah locations), Earthpaste, Redmond Equine, Trophy Rock, Redmond Clay, Redmond Natural, Rocky Mountain Vinyl, Coyote Threads, Redmond Heritage Farms, Redmond Bentonite, Re-lyte, Redmond Bath Salt, DIY Fence Products, and Redmond Critter Rock.

Being acknowledged “as outstanding by those who know it best in its industry and its community” was one of the first criteria for being named to Forbes’ list, and countless honors and awards from natural food gurus, the Utah Business Association, and other industry greats, significantly qualified Redmond Inc. in this aspect.

Companies named must also have “had the opportunity to get much bigger much faster, but instead decided to focus on being great rather than being big,” and according to Darryl Bosshardt, a Marketing and Business Developer for Redmond, “many companies have approached Redmond wanting to join the Redmond family of companies, but we want to manage that growth through appropriate pacing to maintain our unique culture”.

Redmond has been recognized for its contributions to its community and society in general, and has been named one of ‘Utah’s Best Companies to Work For’ repeatedly.  In addition, it has maintained its financial health over an extended time (at least 10 years) by having a sound business model and a strong balance sheet, and according to Bosshardt, is a “very profitable, financially strong company”.  It is also a privately owned and closely held company.

“The stated mission at Redmond is “Elevating the Human Experience”, but it is much more than a platitude,” he said. “I realize that a company like ours might sound too good to be true, or too idealistic to be a successful and profitable organization, yet we have found a way to make it work. In fact, we believe that investing heavily in “elevating the human experience’ is what makes us, and our brands, so successful.  To some it sounds overly utopian, and rightly so, but to us it sounds like a wonderful way to live and a great place to ‘work’ -if you can even call it that.”

Leadership retreats for associates and spouses are commonplace at Redmond Inc, and they’ve even started their own non-profit charitable foundation (SOAR, or Service Opportunities for Associates at Redmond).  Groups have traveled to Costa Rica to donate wheelchairs and currently there’s a group of associates in Peru to help work on a community water project there.

“It seems to take a different type of leader to start a company and grow it to a certain size than it does to build on that initial small business and grow it to something much greater,” said Bosshardt. “Many of the original family are still at Redmond and are now able to thrive in the areas of the business they love most, where before they felt they had to manage the business. Redmond has grown a lot since 1958 when two brothers set out to start a small salt company in rural Utah. It now has over 350 associates across multiple industries from mining, farming and manufacturing to retail stores and fencing; However, it is truly a small-giant with a culture and leadership team that are second to none.”




Public Hearing

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015