MACON, Mo. — Chariton Valley announced Wednesday it will bring high-speed fiber broadband to homes, businesses and farms in rural areas of Macon, Monroe, Ralls and Shelby counties, utilizing over $43 million awarded through the Missouri Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program.

"We are proud to have been selected as the second largest grant recipient in the state for this program and be the company to provide fast and reliable fiber internet to these underserved areas," said Ryan Johnson, Chariton Valley's interim president and chief executive officer.

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