Forgotten Kingdom recalled

Once again the efforts to build out internet services to Vermont’s Forgotten Kingdom is in the news. 
For those who don’t recall the term or are unaware of it, “Forgotten Kingdom” was coined by state senator Dick Sears to describe the very rural communities being left behind by the internet revolution.   It was a play on Vermont’s well-known Northeast Kingdom. That rural region in the corner of the state bordered by New Hampshire and Quebec has long been considered to be lagging in development and services when compared to other parts of Vermont.

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