Walnut Hill Communications recently donated $20,000 to establish the Walnut Hill Communications Endowed Scholarship at the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana.
Preference for the scholarship is given to a student with the greatest unmet need from Lafayette, Hempstead, Little River, Sevier, Howard, Nevada, or Columbia counties.
About Walnut Hill Communications
Walnut Hill Telephone Company was established on April 26, 1901, serving six exchanges across seven counties in the southwest corner of Arkansas. The commercial and plant offices are located in Lewisville, Arkansas. There is also a local business office in Foreman, Arkansas. Walnut Hill Communications serves a predominantly rural economic base centered on agriculture, timber, and oil production. Backed by over a century of local service, Walnut Hill is a powerhouse of telecommunications technology. Walnut Hill Communications strives to provide customers with the highest quality telecommunications services and reliable internet access at reasonable prices.
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