Loveland Reporter Herald: Four Northern Colorado communities to collaborate on broadband project

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Four Front Range communities are joining forces to provide high-speed internet to their residents. Berthoud, Mead, Milliken and Johnstown will work together to bring broadband internet into their towns.

The four communities are working together to appeal to broadband providers. While individual small and rural towns may struggle to receive high-quality broadband, the united front is intended to bring in more potential providers.

Read the full article on the Loveland Reporter Herald.

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