“The sprawling reservation, which touches parts of rural Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, is by any measure one of the poorest places in America. Studies have found more than 30,000 families need new homes to live by modern standards.” Read the rest at the Benton Institute for Broadband and Society

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Sacred Wind Communications, Inc. and Microsoft Corp. announced a new agreement to bring broadband connectivity to rural New Mexico. As part of the Microsoft Airband Initiative, Sacred Wind will use fixed wireless technologies, including TV white spaces (TVWS), the unused UHF and VHF spectrum, to deliver fast and reliable internet service to rural, under served…

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Nectarios “Neo” Nicolaou, General Manager at Sacred Wind Communications, Inc. (“Sacred Wind”), has been selected as one of Albuquerque Business First’s ’40 Under Forty’ honorees for 2019. The award honors outstanding and talented young professionals and leaders throughout the state.

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A large percentage of households on the Navajo Nation burn wood and coal in indoor stoves especially during harsh winter conditions like the ones that recently hit parts of New Mexico. Sacred Wind Communications is a company with heart and compassion for those we serve and their families. Sacred Wind has purchased 10 cords of…

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SW DinehNet, an affiliate of Sacred Wind Communications, Inc., New Mexico’s award-winning telecommunications and broadband service provider in rural northwestern New Mexico, was a winning bidder in a Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) auction to provide broadband and voice telecommunications services to underserved areas in McKinley County, mostly on Navajo tribal lands. This week the NM…

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Sacred Wind Communications acquired a service territory of 3,200 square miles with less than 7,000 occupied homes, most of which had no access to any telecommunications services. Sacred Wind took it upon itself to deliver basic voice and broadband service to those homes using solar power. Sacred Wind’s own field technicians install the solar units at the…

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Sacred Wind Communications, Inc. (“Sacred Wind”) and Connect 66 Internet (a division of Sacred Wind Communications, Inc.) are proud to announce their official sponsorship of the Gallup McKinley County Chamber of Commerce. As part of the partnership, Sacred Wind will provide high speed internet to the Chamber, and the Chamber will name their meeting space…

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From the Gallup Independent: The first-ever Native Basket Array, a culturally-oriented, outdoor public art project, was unveiled Friday at the Chamber of Commerce and New Mexico Mining Museum. Grants Basket Array PDF

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Connect 66 Internet, a New Mexico broadband company, in collaboration with Cibola Arts Council, the Village of Milan, the City of Grants, and Grants-Cibola County Chamber of Commerce announces a public ribbon cutting on Friday, May 25 at 10 am at the New Mexico Mining Museum, 100 Iron Avenue (off of Santa Fe Avenue) Grants,…

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