Floodwaters Place Louisiana in SpotlightAug 19Epic flooding devastates communities in Louisiana. Here are a few practical ways that you can help.
EPC Maintenance Outage August 21Aug 19SLD will be conducting their monthly system maintenance on Sunday August 21
SLD to Hold Weekly Vendor WebinarsAug 19SLD will be replacing the monthly E-rate service provider calls with weekly webinars.
FCC Says Sweetwater Decision PendingAug 16FCC Chairman responds to Congressional inquiry regarding TN E-rate denials
2016 Funding Slow But GrowingAug 12FY2016 funding totals, still far off prior years, show signs of speeding up
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