Onward and upward


Jim Trent, of Pentwater, Mich., upgrades the AT&T cell tower located on top of the Russia water tower Wednesday, Feb. 28. Trent travels all over the country working on cell towers. He is often gone from home for several weeks at a time. Trent got to stay on the ground for this upgrade. Another team of men had to climb to the top of the water tower to work on the signal broadcasters located at the top.

Jim Trent, of Pentwater, Mich., upgrades the AT&T cell tower located on top of the Russia water tower Wednesday, Feb. 28. Trent travels all over the country working on cell towers. He is often gone from home for several weeks at a time. Trent got to stay on the ground for this upgrade. Another team of men had to climb to the top of the water tower to work on the signal broadcasters located at the top.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jim Trent, of Pentwater, Mich., upgrades the AT&T cell tower located on top of the Russia water tower Wednesday, Feb. 28. Trent travels all over the country working on cell towers. He is often gone from home for several weeks at a time. Trent got to stay on the ground for this upgrade. Another team of men had to climb to the top of the water tower to work on the signal broadcasters located at the top.

Jim Trent, of Pentwater, Mich., upgrades the AT&T cell tower located on top of the Russia water tower Wednesday, Feb. 28. Trent travels all over the country working on cell towers. He is often gone from home for several weeks at a time. Trent got to stay on the ground for this upgrade. Another team of men had to climb to the top of the water tower to work on the signal broadcasters located at the top.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/02/web1_SDN022918Upgrade.jpgJim Trent, of Pentwater, Mich., upgrades the AT&T cell tower located on top of the Russia water tower Wednesday, Feb. 28. Trent travels all over the country working on cell towers. He is often gone from home for several weeks at a time. Trent got to stay on the ground for this upgrade. Another team of men had to climb to the top of the water tower to work on the signal broadcasters located at the top. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News