WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) - Joink is working to keep the Wabash Valley connected.
The company is installing 300-miles of fiber broadband cable.
The massive project will eventually mean improved services for several rural communities.
On Wednesday, we found crews working along Murphy Road, north of Brazil in Clay County.
The project involves work in Cayuga, Clay City, Clinton, Riley, and Rockville.
The goal is to help connect businesses and eventually individuals with more reliable internet.
There's not an end-date set for the project, but workers will be out for the next several weeks.
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