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ITC Awarded Grant to Provide High-Speed Internet to Areas in Rural Codington County

ITC was awarded a grant under the South Dakota Broadband Development Program, Connect South Dakota. This grant will help ITC provide service opportunities to 102 residents/businesses in rural Codington County.

“I’m confident we can find a way to bridge our own challenges and secure broadband for South Dakota’s next generation and beyond,” said Governor Kristi Noem.

The state legislature’s goal with this program is to bring sustainable, high-speed service to every home and business in South Dakota. Governor Noem’s vision is what made ITC able to provide fast, reliable Internet to some underserved areas. This project will provide high-speed broadband via buried fiber optic cable to specific rural areas southeast and also to the west of Watertown, SD.

“ITC is proud to partner with Governor Noem in her broadband initiative, and we look forward to providing state of the art broadband connectivity to rural South Dakotan’s who lack it currently. This initiative is an extensive process, but we’ll help where we can, one step at a time,” stated Bryan Roth, ITC’s CEO.

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