Free Wi-Fi parks launched in Pigeon and Sandusky
The Village of Pigeon and City of Sandusky are the new homes to two “AVS Wi-Fi Parks” courtesy of Pigeon-based Agri-Valley Communications, Inc. (AVCI) and its lending partner CoBank.
Power up! Wi-Fi now at Sandusky parks
Two new free Wi-Fi hotspots are now available to the public thanks to the efforts of City Manager Dave Faber, Sandusky City Council, and Agri-Valley Services.
Pigeon park now features free Wi-Fi access
Visitors to the village of Pigeon’s Recreation Park won’t need to use their mobile data for internet access anymore, as the park now features free public Wi-Fi access.
Local internet providers stepping up to the plate during crisis
As more and more aspects of life are changing due to COVID-19, Huron County’s internet service providers are working to maintain service and to keep their customers satisfied.
From Farms to Telephones
Sometimes taking a risk to secure your family’s future may come out of nowhere, but ends up working out in the long run.
Schools Receive Donations for FFA Barns
Bad Axe Public Schools and Ubly Community Schools are a step closer to completing their FFA barn projects as a result of generous donations from Pigeon-based Agri-Valley Communications and its lending partner CoBank.
Agri-Valley Communications, CoBank donate $12,000 for FFA barns
Laker FFA received a boost to their barn construction project as Agri-Valley Communications Inc. (AVCI), of Pigeon, teamed up with CoBank, a cooperative bank serving vital industries throughout rural America, to make a donation in excess of $10,000 for the project. Construction progress was recently viewed by project partners.
Fiber internet project to be discussed in Deckerville
Agri-Valley Services will host a “town hall” meeting Tuesday, Aug. 13 to provide background on its village-wide fiber broadband internet project.
New Playground Equipment at Alba School
Students at Alba Public Schools had an exciting day Friday, May 5, when two new pieces of playground equipment were delivered. Becky Beagle, a bus driver for the school district, said Pigeon Telephone Company, located in Alba, donated more than $6,500 for the purchase of a new wooden ship.
Agri-Valley Communications Appoints Three Board Members
Agri-Valley Communications Inc., parent company of Pigeon Telephone, Thumb Cellular and Agri-Valley Services, has appointed three new members to its Board of Directors: Liesl Eichler Clark, Hans Eichler and Ray Leppien. Liesl and Hans are the third generation of the Eichler family to lead Agri-Valley Communications. Their late grandfather, John E. Eichler, purchased the original company, Pigeon Telephone, in 1972 and partnered with James J. Christner in 1991, who serves on the board.