Success Stories

  The community and surrounding areas of Livingston, Montana will soon have access to a new state-of-the-art critical care hospital and clinic.  The new Livingston HealthCare hospital and clinic facility was built in part with more than $39 million in funding provided by USDA Rural Development.

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New Classroom.

Little Priest Tribal College in Winnebago, Nebraska, is experiencing continued growth in student enrollment which stands at 768 students for all campuses.  This is a 40% increase and is expected to continue as the college pursues a robust recruiting and public relations campaign.

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Heather Gallagher in Home

Heather Gallagher has traveled the world to rock climb in as many locations as she can manage. Even so, in all her travels she kept returning to Moab, Utah. In 2002 she decided to make the small town her permanent home. “I know this is the place I want to be at,” she said.

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R.C. Thomas Hydroelectric Station

Hydroelectric power RUS Electric Program approved $73 million in loan funds to finance ETEC’s R. C. Thomas Hydroelectric Station (R.C. Thomas Station), formally known as the Lake Livingston Hydro-electric Station, located near the City of Lake Livingston in Polk County, Texas.

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Woodville Renewable Energy Woodville, Texas

Biomass RUS Electric Program partnered with borrower, East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ETEC) in order to fund the recently completed Woodville Woody Biomass Project located near Woodville Texas.

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Rural Mississippi

With the exception of major population areas where patients have nearby access to hospitals and clinics, almost all Mississippi residents who live outside of cities and large towns live in counties that are otherwise rural, and lacking any nearby hospitals or clinics.

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Mid-State Health opened a brand new 10,000 square-foot medical clinic in Bristol, New Hampshire in 2014 offering affordable healthcare services and career opportunities to some of the 21,000 rural residents of central New Hampshire.

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Mni Waste' Ground Breaking

Mni Waste’ Water Company located in Eagle Butte, SD, will soon have a new Water Treatment Plant and Trunkline stemming from the Missouri River thanks to USDA Rural Development Water and Waste Disposal funding of $65,871,293.  The federal funds will be leveraged with an Indian Health Service grant

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USDA Rural Development’s Program Provides Injection For New Hospital

USDA Rural Development was on hand September 27, 2013, in Tell City, Indiana during a ground breaking ceremony for the new Perry County Hospital. 

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Niobrara Valley Hospital in Lynch, Nebraska.

Niobrara Valley Hospital (NVH) is the only hospital located within Boyd County that has served the communities since 1971.

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