rural broadband

A new blazing fast internet connection in Paonia is making it easier for Americans who live far from Colorado to order cowboy hats that make them look like their favorite Western movie stars.

It takes a lot of grit, and good pair of ski goggles, to live in Ophir, Colorado.

Winds can reach 70 miles per hour during the winter in this old mining town nestled in a box canyon near Telluride. And sometimes, residents have to park well short of town and hike through the big snowdrifts to get back home.

AH Marsh photo


If Democratic Congressman Jared Polis is elected Colorado’s next governor, he wants to bring Blockchain technology to the state. Here, he talks about Blockchain and rural broadband services to voters at a whistle stop in Willits last week.