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The Charleston Gazette: Frontier to complete broadband expansion

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November 23, 2010

Frontier plans to complete broadband expansion next year

By Eric Eyre

CHARLESTON, W.Va. --  Frontier Communications plans to make high-speed Internet available to 85 percent of its customers in West Virginia by the end of 2011 -- two and a half years sooner than expected.

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Register-Herald Story: Four computer centers opening in local fire departments

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November 11, 2010

Four area fire departments offer computer labs, Internet

By Sarah Plummer 
Register-Herald Reporter

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Pocahontas Times Story: New computer lab open at BFD firehouse in Durbin

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Residents of Durbin gathered Sunday at the Bartow-Frank-Durbin firehouse to celebrate the grand opening of a new public computer lab.

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West Virginia Public Broadcasting story: Program brings broadband to rural West Virginia

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WSAZ Story: Getting Computer Access to Rural Residents Through Local Fire Departments

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Logan Banner Article: State Radio Host: Web can be helpful to outdoorsmen

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State radio host: Web can be helpful to outdoorsmen
by J.D.
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WHSV story about Moorefield Computer Center opening

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WBOY story on Gilmer County computer center opening

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Fire Department Gets New Computer Lab
Posted Tuesday, September 7, 2010 ; 05:35 PM

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State Journal Article: New Fire Station Computer Labs

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New Fire Station Computer Labs Provide Internet Access to Community
Posted Thursday, September 2, 2010 ; 04:09 PM

There will be 19 labs set up in southern West Virginia.

By Kristen Sell

LOGAN -- An unlikely pair-up is providing opportunities in rural West Virginia.

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Williamson Daily News Article: Rahall discusses new internet initiative

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