Tuesday, February 19, 2013

BTES Honored With State’s Annual Excellence Award
Bristol Tennessee Essential Services Chief executive officer Mike Browder will officially accept the Excellence Award given by the State’s annual Excellence in Tennessee recognition program. Wednesday’s awards banquet will be held in Nashville and BTES gets the prestigious award for quote “its overall performance, continued growth and focus on keeping its best-practice process at a high level”. The program is overseen by a state group known as the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence, who judge organizations and companies in Tennessee. BTES has been using the group’s guidelines for steady organizational improvement for over 20 years. BTES has over 30-thousand electric power customers in Sullivan County and some receive high speed Internet, telephone and cable services. (bg)

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

  • TVA Announces Portion of Boone Dam Reservoir to be Closed to Boat Traffic Beginning Monday
  • Police: Intoxicated Hawkins County Man Used Bark From State-Recognized Arboretum to Build Campfire
  • Glade Spring Man Arrested on Identity Theft Charges Thanks to Help from Social Media
  • Man Arrested For Sexual Exploitation Of A Minor
  • Police Search For Two Credit Card Thieves
  • "Please Don't Tell My Wife What I Did to Her Car" : Jonesborough Man Crashes Car Into Bay in Panama City, FL
  • Bristol VA Takes Record for Largest Pineapple Display
  • Abingdon Man Charged with 11 Felonies as 12 Cars Burned in Martinsville
  • Former Bristol Library Foundation Director Waives Preliminary Hearing
  • Kingsport Woman Goes to Prison for Nine Years for Drug Dealing
  • New Tennessee Law: Fine Going Up for Uninsured Drivers
  • JC Police Plan "Strict Enforcement" of Fireworks Ban
  • Johnson City Man Sent to Prison for 10 Years for Crack Cocaine Selling
  • Kingsport Police Looking for Suspect in Debit Card Number Theft
  • Sullivan County Police Looking For Stolen Truck
  • Hawkins County Man Told Police He Would Kill His Girlfriend Unless They Took Him To Jail
  • Tennessee Highway Patrol Increasing Presence During 4th Of July Weekend



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