Tired of waiting for broadband, rural communities are tapping grants, partnerships to get modern internet


Anne Clyncke, who lives near Yampa in south Routt County, sometimes has to go to the library to use the computer for her job if her family has hit the cap on their satellite internet service. On Colorado’s Eastern Plains, the city of Fort Morgan invested $6 million of its own money to build a fiber-optic network after years of hearing from residents and businesses struggling to make do with inadequate internet service.

Source: www.denverpost.com

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