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Over the past thirteen months, Cherokee County has been working closely with Connected in assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the broadband system in our county. I have been very impressed with their professionalism, with the depth of their knowledge base, the data they have at their disposal, and their research capability. The experience they bring from working with other communities that are striving to expand broadband infrastructure and usage has been invaluable to us.
Dennis Bush, Board of Supervisors, Cherokee County, Iowa
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Cybersecurity, Local Business Website Development Identified as Priority Projects by Upton County Broadband Committee

Upton County, TX (February 7, 2018) – The Upton County Broadband Committee understands where changes can be made to improve adoption, access, and use of broadband (high-speed internet) throughout the county. That’s because the committee just wrapped a six-month survey and research project that incorporated input from all sectors—local businesses, farmers and ranchers, libraries, schools, Continue Reading


Ward County’s New Broadband Plan: Connecting Children, Veterans, Farmers to High-Speed Internet

Ward County, TX (February 1, 2018) – Children, veterans and active military, ranchers, and farmers living and working in Ward County are on the wrong side of the Digital Divide. That’s the finding following an eight-month assessment of broadband (high-speed internet) access in Monahans and the surrounding area. “We had heard from residents and businesses Continue Reading



Finding Funding, Getting Connected

Better broadband connectivity can transform a community—both rural and urban. It can help broaden the tax base by giving local businesses access to a global market and introduce new jobs through remote work opportunities. It provides a way for children to connect with educational resources or, often times, simply complete their homework. It gives homebound Continue Reading


Teleworkers: It’s Time to Leave the House

  The Loft, a co-working space, recently opened in Harbor Springs, Michigan, and those behind the nonprofit venture are inviting you to expand your workspace. “I’m a fairly new full-time resident to the Harbor Springs area, and I’ve been a remote worker in a number of positions throughout my career,” said Bill Mulder, a board Continue Reading