MiBroadband is offering additional access to broadband service for rural residents with the launch of fixed wireless internet service to three Iowa locations in Winneshiek and Howard counties. 

By partnering with Winneshiek County, MiBroadband added internet communications equipment to the County’s tower west of Decorah, on Highway 9 just west of Bodensteiner Implement. And in return, MiBroadband allowed Winneshiek County’s emergency communications to be added to its new tower in Jackson Junction, which is just west of the school along Highway 24. 

In Howard County, a monopole with an antenna has been installed at MiEnergy Cooperative’s Howard Substation, at the corner of 175th Street and Jade Avenue between Elma and Lourdes.

Read the complete article in the Tuesday Public Opinion.