Success Stories

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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Senior citizens in the Greeneville, Tennessee area have been eager to call the brand new Barton Greene Apartments home.  “I was lucky enough to be able to move into Barton Greene, back to my home town.  The house I owned in Cleveland, TN was just too much to maintain after I became unable to work

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With a population of around 1,500 residents, leaders in the southwest Carroll County community of Manning are not striving to become one of the biggest cities in western Iowa, just one of the best.

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With energy rates on the rise, farms everywhere are struggling to make ends-meet.

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After years of uncertainty about whether it was safe to drink their water or if there would be enough, residents in rural Eastern Henry County in West Tennessee will now have access to safe, reliable water.  Private groundwater well contamination and the lack of a public water supply greatly affe

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The Borough of Paulsboro is an industrial town located along the Delaware River in Gloucester County.  With a population of 6,097 and limited resources, the Borough decided to replace their existing 80+ year old water storage tank based on the high cost of the necessary repairs.

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Picture of Esterbrook Apartments

By the time the Wyoming Housing Network, Inc. (WHN) purchased the Esterbrook Apartments in August 2010, the twenty-unit complex in Riverton, Wyoming was dire need of renovations.

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New Elva Strum WWTF

Residents and businesses in two northwestern Wisconsin communities now enjoy new public water and sewer service thanks to a partnership between the two communities and USDA Rural Development

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The Community Clinic of Maui opened its doors in 1993 with only a mid-level provider sharing an office at the Salvation Army, dedicated to serving the poor, uninsured and homeless of Maui.

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