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Sign-up underway for Kandiyohi County broadband project

April 1, 2017

Sign-up underway for Kandiyohi County broadband project
WILLMAR—Customer sign-ups are underway as Consolidated Telecommunications Co. begins laying the groundwork to bring high-speed internet to rural north central Kandiyohi County. The last in a series of meet-and-greet sessions on the project will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Dethlefs Center in Spicer. Representatives of the company will be on hand to provide information and answer questions. There also will be a chance to sign up for the service. Commitments from future users will be important

‘Meet and greets’ scheduled for Kandiyohi County broadband project

March 16, 2017

‘Meet and greets’ scheduled for Kandiyohi County broadband project
SPICER — A series of “meet and greets” will be held over the next three weeks for residents and businesses within the proposed service zone of a broadband project by Consolidated Telecommunications Co. The meetings are scheduled for this coming Monday; Thursday, March 23; and April 4. All three will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Dethlefs Senior Center in Spicer. The sessions will be an opportunity for residents to meet representatives of Consolidated Telecommunications Co.,

Broadband grant project area

January 24, 2017

Broadband grant project area
Curious as to whether or not you are within Consolidated Telecommunication Co.’s (CTC) grant area in north central and northwestern Kandiyohi County?  The above map shows the grant area outlined in pink. If you are not sure if you are within this area, contact Connie Schmoll, Business Development Specialist, at the EDC. If you are in this area, expect contact from CTC this year. In order to take advantage of deployment, potential customers will need to sign up with CTC for broadband services,

Kandiyohi County broadband projects receive nearly $6 million

January 11, 2017

Kandiyohi County broadband projects receive nearly $6 million
WILLMAR—Local leaders greeted the announcement of broadband grant funds Wednesday with enthusiasm, calling it good news for rural Kandiyohi County. Two projects in Kandiyohi County made the list of recipients of border-to-border technology infrastructure development grants, announced Wednesday by state officials. Consolidated Telecommunications Co. will receive $4.94 million to improve high-speed internet services in a rural neighborhood that includes the New London, Spicer and Willmar areas. The