Companies Bury Fiberoptic Cable
13 Oct 2011
American Broadband expects to have fiber optic cable buried as far as Luther Road by the end of the week, weather permitting, and company representatives said some Fremont businesses may be hooked up by the end of the year.
Greater Fremont Development Council Executive Director Pat Langan told Dodge County Supervisors last week that Great Plains Communications and American Broadband are both building fiber to the Fremont Technology Park.
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Midland University to Seek Accreditation for New MBA Program; Hires Director to Lead EffortOct 12 2011
(Fremont, Neb.) The Midland University Board of Trustees recently approved a resolution to seek accreditation for a new Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program. The MBA will initially focus on serving the needs of working professionals and recent college graduates where demand is strongest. The Board set a goal for...
Metro Offers Course for High School StudentsOct 9 2011
Graham Mueller has an interest in computers and what they can do. But the Fremont High School senior is getting to see a different side of computers through a class at Metropolitan Community College's Fremont Area Center. Mueller is one of seven high school students enrolled in Metro's...
<p>When seven small independent Nebraska telcos formed a consortium called NebraskaLink, their initial goal was to create a backbone network to serve all of the members. But as they worked together, their plans became more ambitious</p>