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)

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

  • Johnson City Police: Enraged Man Assaults Woman, Almost Runs Over Another, Crashes
  • Former Carter County Jailer Indicted
  • Unicoi Sheriff Planning Lawsuit over Budget
  • Kingsport "Drug Take Back" Nets 2 Tons
  • Disturbance in Boones Creek Leads to Arrest
  • Indictment: Chilhowie Man Intoxicated in Traffic Fatality
  • Bristol Man Arrested with Pills in Johnson City
  • Glade Spring woman charged with murder
  • Gray man accused of selling $51,000 of company equipment on eBay
  • New Police Headquarters for Elizabethton



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