Emergency Broadband: Walterville Elementary

In the first week of January, much of the state was hit by a strong winter storm, bringing heavy rains followed by several inches of snow. The extreme weather in the area caused a nearby creek to flood the Walterville Elementary school in East Lane County. Flood water...

Bidding on Airwaves: How ISPs Compete for Broadband Space

You may already know that internet companies interact with one another, oftentimes racing to expand into new territories and establish their networks in competitive areas. But perhaps you didn’t know that these same entities must legally reserve wireless airwave space...

Fiber Update: Connecting Amity one Day at a Time

Beginning in January of 2021, OnlineNW has been constructing a fiber network in the City of Amity. Today, we are excited to announce that our fiber service is available to customers in the green locations viewable in the aerial...

COS Systems: A Tool Made for You

We at OnlineNW and XS Media have partnered with COS Systems to bring you a new interface for exploring communication solutions in your area and beyond. Ever since our beginnings in the late 90’s, our mission has been to bridge...

Broadband Innovation: Connecting with Youth

Young adults and kids play a critical role in our community. In Lane County, education and youth services work together because it is widely believed that when a youth has confidence in their skills, motivations and values, they can visualize their place in the world...

Building out Amity: Our Next Fiber City

Beginning in January of 2021, OnlineNW has been constructing a fiber network in the City of Amity. As our strategy develops, we plan to have an online system where residents and businesses within the city limits will be able to pre-register for fiber...

Outage Update – Creamery Fire (4/20/21)

Due to an ongoing fire at the Organic Valley Creamery, we are currently experiencing an outage to a portion of our wireless network. Customers who maintain their connection may experience slower network speeds during this time. Our technicians are...

CARES Act: Yamhill County Broadband Expansion

  In December of 2020, OnlineNW received a grant of $500,000 from Yamhill County as part of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act): a grant from the county, awarded to us to accelerate the expansion of our wireless coverage area and...

Outage Update (2/23/21)

Dear Valued Customer, We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and warm in the aftermath of the recent ice storm. At this time, the majority of our customers are back online.  It appears that approximately 200 customers in our service area are still...

Our COO Eric Yeaple Begins a New Chapter

At the heart of any successful boss, manager or leader, is exceptional character. They guide with encouragement and compassion, learn from others, and constantly celebrate the work of their team. OnlineNW COO Eric Yeaple is a great leader. Since 2006, Eric...

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Emergency Broadband: Walterville Elementary

Emergency Broadband: Walterville Elementary

In the first week of January, much of the state was hit by a strong winter storm, bringing heavy rains followed by several inches of snow. The extreme weather in the area caused a nearby creek to flood the Walterville Elementary school in East Lane County. Flood water...

Bidding on Airwaves: How ISPs Compete for Broadband Space

Bidding on Airwaves: How ISPs Compete for Broadband Space

You may already know that internet companies interact with one another, oftentimes racing to expand into new territories and establish their networks in competitive areas. But perhaps you didn’t know that these same entities must legally reserve wireless airwave space...

Fiber Update: Connecting Amity one Day at a Time

Fiber Update: Connecting Amity one Day at a Time

Beginning in January of 2021, OnlineNW has been constructing a fiber network in the City of Amity. Today, we are excited to announce that our fiber service is available to customers in the green locations viewable in the aerial...

COS Systems: A Tool Made for You

COS Systems: A Tool Made for You

We at OnlineNW and XS Media have partnered with COS Systems to bring you a new interface for exploring communication solutions in your area and beyond. Ever since our beginnings in the late 90’s, our mission has been to bridge...

Broadband Innovation: Connecting with Youth

Broadband Innovation: Connecting with Youth

Young adults and kids play a critical role in our community. In Lane County, education and youth services work together because it is widely believed that when a youth has confidence in their skills, motivations and values, they can visualize their place in the world...

Building out Amity: Our Next Fiber City

Building out Amity: Our Next Fiber City

Beginning in January of 2021, OnlineNW has been constructing a fiber network in the City of Amity. As our strategy develops, we plan to have an online system where residents and businesses within the city limits will be able to pre-register for fiber...

Outage Update – Creamery Fire (4/20/21)

Outage Update – Creamery Fire (4/20/21)

Due to an ongoing fire at the Organic Valley Creamery, we are currently experiencing an outage to a portion of our wireless network. Customers who maintain their connection may experience slower network speeds during this time. Our technicians are...

CARES Act: Yamhill County Broadband Expansion

CARES Act: Yamhill County Broadband Expansion

  In December of 2020, OnlineNW received a grant of $500,000 from Yamhill County as part of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act): a grant from the county, awarded to us to accelerate the expansion of our wireless coverage area and...

Outage Update (2/23/21)

Outage Update (2/23/21)

Dear Valued Customer, We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and warm in the aftermath of the recent ice storm. At this time, the majority of our customers are back online.  It appears that approximately 200 customers in our service area are still...