Success Stories

Wall, SD Athletic Complex

Wall’s School District’s athletic facilities were inadequate and in poor condition.  The track was so bad the students had to run in the street and the football stadium was on the opposite side of town as the school, a huge inconvenience for all of the support elements involved in the game.

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Community members view live demonstration of teleconferencing equipment now available to attend courses through Kirtland Community College.

USDA Rural Development recently provided $57,000 in grant funding through the Rural Business Development Grant (RBDG) program to the Economic Development Alliance (EDA) for Oscoda County.

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Henderson Collegiate is a public charter school open to all students.  Located in a Strike Force designated area, it opened in the Summer of 2010 with a 4th grade class of 96 students.

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Photo: Speaking at the KCC 2016 commencement ceremony, Rural Development State Director Vicki Walker said, “I firmly believe the long-term success and prosperity of our rural communities depends on people like you: motivated, knowledgeable, innovative, an

Until recently, residents of Oregon’s Lake County have not had the opportunity to attend college without driving long distances, moving to urban centers, or taking impersonal and often inadequate online classes.

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The Keller children enjoy playing their Cornhole game outside of their new lovely home in Charleston, Tenn.

What’s better than getting to play in a big backyard on a hot summer’s day? Having a lovely new home to return to when you’re ready to cool off. The Keller children got just that when they and their parents, Michael and Tatyana Keller, recently moved into their new home in Charleston, Tenn. 

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Water Storage Tanks

Residents south of the Town of Thermopolis and in surrounding rural communities faced a problem in their existing water system due to adding additional customers over the years in areas that were not served by the existing water system.

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Through RD’s Community Facilities Grant Program, two pharmaceutical bins were placed in four counties to safely receive and contain unwanted medicines.

Unwanted and expired medication left idly sitting in a household has the potential to be a safety, environmental and health concern for the occupants of their homes.

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Howdy's photo

Whether you are looking for hot dogs to grill or want to treat your family to a roast, you can get either, and more, at Howdy’s in Whitewood, South Dakota.  Howdy’s is a retail grocery and convenience store offering perishable items like meat, produce, and dairy, along with general merchandise it

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June is Homeownership Month

Ms. Beall, resident of Onslow County, North Carolina had been living with friends and family for more than a year.  Ms.

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