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Broadband on the Border

Let me begin by saying how pleased I am to have you as our guests at our VTX1 headquarters today. On behalf of our Board of Directors and our employees, welcome to Raymondville, Texas.  Having legislators from all over the...
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - Jordana Barton-Garcia, a senior policy fellow at Connect Humanity, wants to make sure the Rio Grande Valley gets its fair share of broadband funding under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). "Of the many communities that...
PHARR, Texas - The City of Pharr’s blazing speed broadband service is being expanded into San Juan and Alamo thanks to a partnership with PSJA ISD. Pharr Mayor Ambrosio Hernandez announced the news during his 2023 State of the City...
LAREDO, Texas - U.S. Congressman Henry Cuellar has announced that the state of Texas will receive $8.1 million in the first round of its “Internet for All” grants.  The grants are to be used for the deployment of high-speed internet...
PHARR, Texas - Pharr City Commission Ricardo Medina says his city’s decision to invest heavily in fiber optic broadband will pay dividends with new businesses choosing to locating there. The former Pharr mayor said the project is expected to be...
WESLACO, Texas - The Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council (LRGVDC) is urging cities across the region to write to the federal government and protest a proposed new National Broadband Map that shows the Valley as having excellent internet...
MCALLEN, Texas - Cindy Garza-Reyes, director of external affairs for the City of Pharr, recently spoke at the 26th Annual TATOA Conference & Awards Ceremony. TATOA stands for the Texas Association of Telecommunications Officers & Advisors. The conference was...

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