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What is the FCC Affordable Connectivity Program?

Today’s internet is not just a source of near-endless entertainment options, email messages, and social media connections. From providing opportunities to work from home, to receiving telehealth online from healthcare professionals, to remote learning during public health crises…

Navajo Higher Education and Internet Providers Launch Non-profit Alliance

A nonprofit, the Alliance for Navajo Broadband, has been created…

How to Prepare for (and Ace!) Your Next Virtual Job Interview

Virtual interviewing is becoming more and more common in today’s…

Juniper Elevate Awards Honoree

Sacred Wind Wins a 2021 Elevate Award

Prominent business award recognizes customers delivering transformative experiences to their…

Connect 66 Internet Announces Ribbon Cutting

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, New Mexico for a segment of an outdoor…

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New Fiber Network, Internet Service for Gallup-McKinley School District

Increases Connectivity, Decreases Costs for Local Schools Today, Sacred Wind Communications, Inc. along with the Gallup-McKinley County School District, unveiled the district’s new fiber optic network. The system provides schools with improved connectivity and increased educational opportunities including 1:1 VoIP between schools, and cloud applications for students, teachers and administrative staff.

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Sacred Wind Partners with Kids Need to Read

Sacred Wind Communications was proud to partner with Kids Need to Read to bring 700 books into Bluewater and Mesa View Elementary Schools in Grants. We love working in the communities, and are passionate about giving back and opening doors for the next generation. Read more in the Gallup Independent.

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