South Dakota is getting $3.8 million in federal funding to continue a broadband mapping project for three more years, reports the Associated Press. Broadband mapping is the process of determining the extent of high-speed Internet services across the state. Gov. Mike Rounds says the need for broadband will skyrocket in coming years and weaknesses must be improved…

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