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Carroll County Deploys Digital Inclusion Plan

CARROLL COUNTY – Carroll County is excited to announce that it has been selected by the Purdue Center for Regional Development to be awarded a $15,000 grant that will go towards supporting the county’s “digital inclusion plans,” which will determine…

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How Can Universities Help Close the Digital Divide?

Photo: Slow or unreliable Internet access is a reality for millions of Americans.ben dalton/Flickr Institutions such as Carnegie Mellon, Purdue, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the University of Missouri are leading projects with community partners to expand…

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Rush TechFest! Catch Up! Keep Up! Move Up!

RUSHVILLE — Rush TechFest runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the Boys and Girls Club of Rush County, 1590 N. Sexton Street, Rushville. The location may make you think this event is only for kids,…

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OCRA Director Updates Commissioners On HELP

Kosciusko County was awarded a first-round Hoosier Enduring Legacy Program (HELP) grant in December through the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA). On Tuesday, OCRA Executive Director Denny Spinner, on behalf of Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, updated the…

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Survey Assesses Internet Access in Rural Indiana

Read the entire story here. A new survey has assessed the quality and affordability of home Internet access across Indiana, specifically in mostly rural areas. Dubbed Home Broadband Survey Results: Connecting Indiana, this work was done by the Purdue Center…

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Indiana: IBO and OCRA Working To Connect All Hoosiers

For Earnie Holtrey, working with local communities and providers to facilitate broadband network buildout was a natural extension to his previous work, which was to represent the state, and to coordinate with mayors and local economic development officials on Mainstreet…

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Connecting Indiana: Broadband for the Future is Now

In a post COVID-19 world, reliable and affordable home internet access is a “must have” instead of a “can have.” As the pandemic unfolded, communities, residents, and businesses across Indiana scrambled to interact almost entirely online increasing the awareness of…

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