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REMINDER: Net Neutrality went into effect this week! WTC believes in the freedom of the Internet and you can be assured we will not impede on any traffic, we will not charge extra for services like Netflix and we will not implement data caps. Please let us know if you have questions! June 12, 2018   ·    22 Likes    1 Comments   Proud to support our community as it brings The Wall That Heals to the city park! June 14, 2018   ·    29 Likes    0 Comments   June 18, 2018   ·    5 Likes    0 Comments   June 21, 2018   ·    13 Likes    0 Comments   May 3, 2018   ·    3 Likes    1 Comments   "A mother is a person who, seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie." -Tenneva Jordan May 13, 2018   ·    6 Likes    0 Comments   The month of May not only brings the sun out, but brings everyone in the community together for the Chamber's Annual Golf Tournament. Glad some of our guys were able to participate in this fun event! May 15, 2018   ·    22 Likes    0 Comments   Successful Flint Hills Regional Conference in Manhattan! Jeff Wick, Shekinah Bailey and Angie Schwerdtfeger made up the insightful panel that spoke about how the Kansas Rural Independent Telecommunication Coalition (KRITC) is working to connect and grow communities with broadband accessibility. #BroadbandConnectivity #EconomicDevelopment May 17, 2018   ·    22 Likes    0 Comments   Proud to host the Wamego Young Professionals Lunch & Learn last Thursday. It's exciting to see such an eager to become involved group attend and learn more about what they can do in the community! May 21, 2018   ·    7 Likes    0 Comments   Memorial Day, May 28th, is a time of remembrance for those who have died while defending our nation, giving the ultimate sacrifice for the common good. While these American heroes deserve to be honored every day, they certainly deserve our attention and gratitude on this day. WTC encourages you to pay tribute to these fallen soldiers today and reflect on their profound contributions. Some of these soldiers may have been family members, neighbors, or friends. Most are people we never met. But They all gave their lives for us, whether recently or many years ago. To honor their service, be sure to observe Memorial Day by visiting the Wamego Area Veterans Memorial and remembering those who fought and died for our freedoms. You can also proudly fly the American flag outside your home. By doing so, you’ll join in a community display of red, white, and blue that reminds us all of our nation’s strength and courage. May 28, 2018   ·    11 Likes    0 Comments