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Thursday, April 17, 2014

April 18 news preview

The April 18 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Get N Go, Casey's, Sunshine and Cubby's by 1 p.m. today.




Check out this week's top headlines below:




—Gaspar receives Outstanding Young Journalist award



—Tea Weekly and Lennox Independent come home from convention with multiple awards



—TVFD members lend support to next generation of firefighters




Plus, we've got a double business spotlight! See what makes two local cabinet and millwork companies unique and why they're at the top of customers' supplier lists.




Also in this issue:



• Coverage of the Republican Senate candidates' debate (page 2)

• Prom photos (page 5)

• Teacher of the Year award nominees (page 7)

• Local sports updates (page 10)

• American Profile magazines, included free inside the Tea Weekly




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Thursday, April 10, 2014

April 11 news preview


The April 11 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Cubby's, Sunshine, Casey's and Get N Go by 1 p.m. today.




Check out this week's top headlines below:




—City Council election results


—Library receives donation in memory of beloved Tea teacher


—Radical brain surgery gives local boy new lease on life


—Council approves 2014 overlay projects




Also in this issue:



• Third quarter Good Character award recipients (page 5)
• A Home for Austin project update (page 5)


• Spry & American Profile magazines, included free inside the Tea Weekly


• "Muppets Most Wanted" review (page 6)
• Local sports updates (page 10)




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Thursday, April 3, 2014

April 4 news preview


The April 4 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Cubby's, Sunshine, Casey's and Get N Go by 1 p.m. today.






Check out this week's top headlines below:






—Meet the candidates for city council


—Legislators honor high achievers

—New local church appeals to tech-savvy generation


—Final TAP grant recipients announced

—E-books now available to Tea Community Library members




Also in this issue:



—Our last senior spotlight highlights emergency responders (page 5)
—Read about the Tea youth wrestlers' success at state (page 10)


—American Profile & Relish magazines, included free inside the Tea Weekly


—Movie review for "Philomena" (page 6)





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Thursday, March 27, 2014

March 28 news preview


The March 28 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Cubby's, Sunshine, Casey's and Get N Go by 1 p.m. today.




Check out this week's top headlines below:




—Tea Area stands ground to win third at state

—Change of ownership for Fitness First
—School board approves $9.9M bond

—Calving season off to good start at Atkins Herefords



Also in this issue:


—Tons of great photos of the action at the boys' State A basketball game (Contact Anne Homan at sports@teaweekly.com for reprints!)

—American Profile magazine, included free inside the Tea Weekly

—A review of the "Need for Speed" movie



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Thursday, March 20, 2014

March 21 news preview


The March 21 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Cubby's, Sunshine, Casey's and Get N Go by 1 p.m. today.



Check out this week's top headlines below:


—Voters’ views shared at bond meeting
—New casino could be coming to town
—Hitting the high notes: Five TAHS students selected for All State Band
—Local family to participate in Cure Kids Cancer Radiothon
—Preserving hunters’ memories

Also in this issue:

—A view of Kimberly McCreight's novel, "Reconstructing Amelia"
—Athlon Sports & American Profile magazines, included free inside the Tea Weekly

Congratulations to this month's subscriber surprise winner, Tom Niemeyer! Tom won a $40 gift certificate for Godfather's Pizza from the Tea Cubby's! For your chance to win the contest, subscribe to the Tea Weekly!

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

March 14 news preview


The March 14 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Casey’s, Get N Go, Cubby’s and Sunshine by 1 p.m. today.

Check out this week's top headlines below:


The boys' basketball team is headed to state! Read about the journey that got them there.


Merits of bond components weighed separately

After two failed bond attempts, the Tea Area School Board set aside time at Monday night’s meeting specifically to listen to public input on what tack to try for a third attempt.

Memories of Jim

Jim Jewett, a well-known community member, passed away recently. A tribute to him is included in this issue.

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

March 7 news preview

The March 7 issue is available online now and the print version will be on stands at the Tea Casey’s, Get N Go, Cubby’s and Sunshine by 1 p.m. today. Check out this week's top headlines below:

Grant will fund continued trail work

The City of Tea has been awarded a significant portion of a $1 million federal grant to help cover the cost of ongoing work on its trail system, Planning and Zoning Administrator Kevin Nissen announced at the council’s Monday meeting.

TASD seeks public input on bond options

The Tea Area School Board will hold a regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. School board meetings are held at the Tea Area District Education Center, located at 131 N. Poplar Avenue.
The agenda, which includes a section for public input on bond options, is listed in full one page one of this week’s paper.

Ries to challenge Boots in Ward III

Tom Ries will challenge Councilman Todd Boots in this year’s election. Voter registration details available on page 8 of this week’s paper.

Tea Park and Recreation board seat available

One seat on TPR’s board remains vacant and there are several openings remaining on TPR’s teener teams. Check out TPR’s new logo and full updates on page one.

Senior project spotlight

Our spotlight series on senior projects continues this week with the second of six installments. Careers in automotive repair are discussed this week.

Inside the sketch pad with Ray Kelly

Check out the final installment of our series about the process behind some of local artist Ray Kelly’s work.

Also included in this issue:

• Relish and American Profile magazines, included free inside the Tea Weekly
• Home Show information and workshop schedule - page 6
• Local sports updates - page 10

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