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Renae Tostenson, superintendent for Lac qui Parle Valley Schools, tells broadband leaders gathered in Duluth about the community's plans as a Blandin Broadband Community. Submitted photo

LqP Valley selected as a Blandin Broadband Community


DULUTH -- The Blandin Foundation announced Wednesday that Lac qui Parle Valley has been selected as a Blandin Broadband Community, one of only nine in the state.

Led by the Lac qui Parle Valley School District, the region's successful application was created by a team including government, education, health care, public institutions, as well as local residents and students.

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