Loveland council to vote on bond issue, business plan for municipal broadband by Julia Rentsch, Reporter-Herald
Coming together in the pursuit of bringing broadband to rural Hoosiers by Eric Pfeiffer, Hoosier Ag Today
Rural Maine communities taking lack of broadband into their own hands by J. Craig Anderson, Portland Press Herald
Roughly 15 percent of Maine residents still don’t have access to broadband service as defined by the federal standard of at least 25 megabits per second download and 3 Mbps upload, said Peggy Schaffer, who runs the Maine Broadband Coalition, an informal federation of public policy professionals, educational institutions, businesses, nonprofit organizations and private individuals seeking to improve broadband access in the state.
Lyndon Township’s broadband infrastructure well on its way to construction phase, except for an endangered species by Lynne Beauchamp, The Sun Times News
Area projects continue to make progress, KEDA Board discusses by Whitney Jackson, International Falls Journal
Accessing the future: Local providers work to provide Internet access to rural Minnesota by Emily Carlson, The Daily Journal
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