USDA Grant Money For High Speed Internet

Grand River Mutual Telephone Corporation will receive $15.6 million in grant funding from the USDA’s Rural Development to improve access to high-speed internet.  The grant funds will be used to deploy a fiber-to-the-home network to connect 3,107 people, 521 farms, 59 businesses, and nine educational facilities to high-speed internet in Daviess, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Livingston, Mercer, and Nodaway counties. The […]

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North Missouri Company Receives $2.2 M Grant For Fiber

A north Missouri company is the recipient of $2.2 million to provide high-speed internet in rural communities.  The US Department of Agriculture – Rural Development Missouri State Director Kyle Wilkens announced that awarding the funding is part of the president’s commitment to investing in rural infrastructure and providing reliable, affordable, high-speed internet for all, through the ReConnect Program. Wilkens said. […]

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USDA Funding For Electric Infrastructure

USDA Rural Development announced they are investing nearly 42 million dollars to build and improve critical electric infrastructure. The funding is made possible through the Electric Loan Program and will benefit more than 77,000 rural residents and commercial customers in Missouri, Iowa, and Nebraska. In the local area, N.W. Electric Power Cooperative in Cameron will use a loan of more […]

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