The USDA has taken on several programs dedicated to improving quality of life in rural areas. Now, the USDA Rural Utilities Service is working to improve water infrastructures in small communities across Kansas.
Rural health care may be harder to come by in the next five years, according to a group of primary care doctors in rural Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming. The change is due in large part to recent and upcoming changes in health care regulations.
Sprint Nextel Corp. has joined the effort to expand internet access to rural areas. It is working with the Competitive Carriers Association and NetAmerica Alliance on a program which would allow carriers to use Sprint’s network in rural areas.
The Kansas PowerUp movement will be at the Capitol on Monday, April 1, to network with other PowerUps and meet with legislators. All Kansans who are ages 21-39 and rural by choice are able to attend.