CenturyLink Fiber Trunk severed in multiple locations knocks out communications to basin [UPDATED]

CenturyLink Fiber Trunk severed in multiple locations knocks out communications to basin [UPDATED]

At 8:20 AM, Friday, October 18, 2019, a CenturyLink Fiber Optic Trunk Cable located in Jackson County along Dead Indian Memorial Road was severed in multiple locations, causing a widespread communications outage in and around the Klamath Basin.

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Spectrum outage causing issues for businesses and customers alike [UPDATED]

Spectrum outage causing issues for businesses and customers alike [UPDATED]

If you use Charter/Spectrum for your internet and phone needs, It has been a tough day for your communications. Services have been out since approximately 8:20 AM, with no estimated time of when the service will return.

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Greg Walden slams Democrat plan to allow government takeover of the internet [VIDEO]

Greg Walden slams Democrat plan to allow government takeover of the internet [VIDEO]

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) is continuing to call for net neutrality solutions that preserve a free and open internet for consumers without allowing a federal government takeover of the internet, as Congressional Democrats are proposing. Speaking in opposition to a Democrat plan to give the federal government near unlimited authority to regulate, tax, and control the internet, Walden said that the bill was a missed opportunity to bring real, bipartisan net neutrality protections to consumers.

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Governor Kate Brown Issues Executive Order Establishing the Oregon Broadband Office

Governor Kate Brown Issues Executive Order Establishing the Oregon Broadband Office

(Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown issued an executive order establishing the Oregon Broadband Office within the Oregon Business Development Department (Business Oregon). Governor Brown's recommended budget includes funding to fully staff the new broadband office.  

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