Congratulations to Joshua Chapman of Smithville - the 2013 DeKalb Idol Winner. Chapman received $300 and a trophy for his remarkable performance of "Changed" by Rascal Flatts.
Elizabeth Koegler of Smithville finished as runner-up and received $200 and a ribbon. She also was selected as the People's Choice fan favorite and received $150 and a ribbon.
Christy Dannels of Silver Point received $100 and a ribbon for third place.
Congratulations to Lydia Siemens. She won a Barnes & Noble NOOK at the Smith Co. Fair.
Thanks to everyone who came by our booth. We enjoyed visiting with you.
Presenting the Barnes & Noble NOOK to Lydia is Linda Stout, DTC Customer Service Associate.
Congratulations to Joanie Blackburn who won a Barnes & Noble NOOK from DTC at the DeKalb Co Fair.
DTC appreciates all who visited our booth and all the positive comments about DTC services.
Pictured is Ashley Williams, DTC Customer Service Associate, presenting a NOOK to Joanie.
Chelsea Lewis was selected from among 23 applicants as the 17th annual recipient of the DTC Scholarship in Memory of McAllen Foutch.
Lewis is the daughter of Jimmy and Gina Lewis. She graduated in May from DeKalb County High School with a 4.0 grade point average and will attend the University of Tennessee, where she plans to study nursing.
ALEXANDRIA, Tenn. – September 19, 2011 – The DTC Board of Directors introduced their new Chief Executive Officer, Craig Gates, at their Annual Meeting held on Saturday, September 17th. Gates is a 27-year veteran of the telecommunications industry.
Gates started his career in 1984 and served most recently as Chief Operating Officer and Vice President for Project Mutual; a cooperative located in Rupert, Idaho.
DeKalb Telephone Cooperative, Inc (DTC) is celebrating 60 years of service! DTC was created by local citizens to bring basic telephone service to the rural areas at a time when no other companies would - due to the higher costs and lack of profits.
DeKalb Telephone Cooperative (DTC) headquartered in Alexandria TN, is proud to announce the completion of the first phase of construction of an Advanced Fiber Optic network which is now available in Carthage and South Carthage city limits.
DTC employee Carl Byford made a presentation to the Kids R US Home School Group in Smithville.