Alliance, Nebraska is a vibrant community known for its quiet neighborhoods and bustling business districts. With many community groups, places to worship, and cultural activities, we offer something for the entire family.
Grand Junction, Colorado
Grand Junction is located 28 miles east of the Utah border nestled between Awe-inspiring natural beauties entangled with dramatic red rock landscape. The unique landscape and climate in Grand Junction provide for unlimited outdoor recreation activities. From stunning golf courses, winter skiing, mountain biking, fishing, River rafting, rock climbing, and camping, you will find Grand Junction to be a place of enjoyment year round. You will find the heart of the Colorado wine industry in Grand Junction. The Grand Valley region produces wonderful, high-quality wines. Spend a day or two and enjoy the splendor of their charming vineyards. A tour through the heart of Colorado wine country is perfect for any level of enthusiast.
Telluride Regional Airport is situated in the heart of the San Juan Mountains six miles west of Telluride, in San Miguel County, Colorado. At an elevation of 9,078 feet above sea level, it is the highest commercial airport in North America with scheduled passenger flights. Telluride, a former silver mining camp, is an idyllic setting for one of the country’s most diverse and impressive festival lineups. With 300-inches of snow annually, and 371” over the 2019-19 ski season, the steep terrain makes for world class skiing and snowboarding. Coupled with the quaint mountain town’s atmosphere Telluride is a superior getaway destination.
Clovis, New Mexico
A community full of friendly people and a rich history rooted in music, agriculture and community partnerships centered on the continued growth and development of the city. Such fantastic roots have only developed further through the decades, to make Clovis one of the biggest little music cities, agricultural bases, and cowboy countries throughout all of Eastern New Mexico.
Thief River Falls, Minnesota
The City of Thief River Falls is located in Northwestern Minnesota in Pennington County, approximately 70 miles south of the Canadian border, where the Thief River flows into the Red Lake River. Not only does Thief River Falls serve as a regional center for its agricultural base, it has also developed and retained a commercial and industrial base that includes numerous manufacturing and distribution center jobs, while being surrounded by rivers, wildlife refuges and forests.
Minneapolis and it’s neighbor across the Mississippi River, the state capital St. Paul, make up the Twin Cities, an incredibly rich and diverse area with dramatic skylines, exciting pro sports, award-winning theater, renowned restaurants and a booming craft beer scene. Home to the nation’s largest mall, the Mall of America.