A small town that is well connected
Monday, August 14, 2017
At a time when many of our interactions occur via electronic devices, living in a place where people still connect with and know their neighbors has become the exception rather than the norm.
Small Iowa towns have long been known for being friendly, safe and community-oriented. They are places where people look out for each other.
Moulton, the smallest town in Iowa, is no exception. The diminutive community of about 600 residents has a cooperative telephone company that was formed when residents recognized a communications need and responded by collecting signatures from their neighbors. Today the company even provides fiber internet.