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Nextlink Employees Conduct Food Drive For Grace Bridge

Employees of NextLink conducted a food drive for Grace Bridge located in Celina, Tx.  Grace Bridge operates as a regional food bank serving food-insecure individuals, families, and households in Collin and Denton counties, along with portions of five other counties of North Texas, via biweekly food distributions and community cookouts.  In addition to the food […]

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NextLink Presents Check to Backpack Buddies

After raising funds through an employee team competition, NextLink presented a $2,800 check the Backpack Buddies for Erath County Program.  This non-profit organization provides children from food-insecure homes with healthy weekend meals during the school year.  They purchase pre-packaged bags from their local food bank and distributes them to students at Stephenville ISD, Dublin ISD, […]

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Expanded Coverage

We have expanded our High Speed Internet coverage for Aubrey, Celina, Corsicana, Cisco, Eastland, Ranger, Olden, Gorman, De Leon, Possum Kingdom Lake, Jacksboro, Chico, Sunset, Fruitland, Bowie, Montague, Nocona, Saint Jo, Muenster, Lindsay, Sanger, Gainesville, Walnut Bend, Oak Ridge, Valley Mills, Valley View, North Denton, Krum and Ennis. Call 855-698-5465

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Giving Back To The Erath County Humane Society

The Erath County Humane Society offers shelter to the homeless and unwanted animals in the area. Not only do they care for the homeless animals, they also reunite lost pets to their owners. The shelter is non-profit and depends on the community to help continue their dedication to the welfare of animals. Our NextLink staff […]

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NextLink Proudly Serves Thanksgiving Feast With Those Who Proudly Serve Us!

NextLink contacted the Weatherford Police Department wanting to help out in some manner. The Weatherford Police Department and the Morgan Mill Volunteer Fire Department are usually the first ones to an accident or fire. Sadly, many of these accidents involve children. NextLink presented two $250 checks for purchase of needed items, along with stuffed animals that […]

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