Residents Begin Fight For Broadband

By Robert Bordelon 

Meeting inside Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company, on Wednesday night, October 11, and joined by representatives from the state government and internet providers, residents of Pinnacle, Echols Acres, and Rolling subdivisions near Lewisburg tried to find solutions to the lack of high speed internet in their area.

The meeting was led by David Yost, who began his personal push for better internet access by asking both Suddenlink and Frontier to expand into the area.

Read more in the Thursday, October 12, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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