Braxton county will get a portion of West Virginia's latest allotment of $5.5 million in E-Rate funding aimed at enhancing Internet access in schools and libraries.

Sen. Jay Rockefeller announced funding Braxton $165,000.

Rockefeller was a creator of the E-Rate program, which is intended to assure that students can access the Internet, regardless of where they live or their family's income.

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