Success Stories

La Feria Library

City of La Feria officials celebrated the Grand Re-Opening of the Bailey H. Dunlap Memorial Public Library.

The City of la Feria has a population of 7,302 who will now have access to a state of the art computer lab and community meeting/training room.

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Paul Bunyan Communications Staff

Paul Bunyan Communications, based in Bemidji, Minnesota, has taken advantage of the RUS Telecommunications Broadband loan program to build-out a high speed broadband network covering their entire service area.

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Walthill Lagoon

The Village of Walthill was issued an Administrative Order from the Environmental Protection Agency that their wastewater system was out of compliance.

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The Wright House Apartment

When a mobile home park in Shelburne, Vermont went up for sale, community leaders came together to ensure affordable housing would still exist downtown. After six years of hard work, affordable housing is accessible once again in Shelburne.

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The new lagoon system in Ashton, Nebraska.

The Village of Ashton in Sherman County, Nebraska, had a wastewater system that was in dire need of rehabilitation due to several deficiencies that placed the village in violation of the Clean Water Act. The original collection system was in built in 1955.

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Ribbon cutting for Karuk Tribe's new wireless network

Orleans, California has no cell service, no high-speed internet, and sometimes not even a reliable landline phone connection. This town of five or six hundred people, nestled along the Klamath River and Six Rivers National Forest, is in the heart of the territory of the Karuk Tribe.

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Molalla Telephone

Many rural communities lack the necessary infrastructure to provide broadband services, creating myriad challenges for local residents, businesses, schools, and other essential community services.

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solar panels in Olympia

The Farmers Market in Washington State’s Capital City of Olympia attracts some 500,000 visitors during its nine-month run and generates about $5 million in sales.

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