The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the need for reliable internet in rural communities, particularly for students who were transitioned to virtual learning in the spring.

Officials are hoping to spur more private action with possible public partnerships to develop a stronger broadband internet infrastructure in Grant County, and commissioners passed a broadband ready ordinance Monday toward that end.

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