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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Oct. 17 news preview

Read about this year's crop of pumpkins and fall produce available at
the local Roger's Country Produce stand in this week's issue!

The Oct. 17 issue is available online now and at stands at the Tea Casey’s, Get N Go, Cubby’s and Sunshine this afternoon. Papers are delivered to stands at these locations every Thursday by 12:30 p.m.

This issue includes:

• Voters approve elementary addition
• ACT test data show modest increases in Tea students’ English, reading scores
• Pumpkin paradise awaits customers at Roger’s Country Produce
• Candidates for governor spar about EB-5, health care
• Exchange students looking forward to year in South Dakota

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Monday, October 13, 2014

TASD vote to be held Tuesday, Oct. 14

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the Tea Area School District's bond election at the District Education Center, located at 131 N. Poplar Ave. (First/Poplar) in Tea. Here's a summary of what you'll see on the ballots and what each project's projected cost will be:

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Take part in Operation EDITH with the Tea firefighters!




Operation EDITH set for Tuesday, Oct. 14


As part of National Fire Prevention Week, observed Oct. 5-11, the Tea Volunteer Fire Department encourages all residents to take part in home fire drills.

The firefighters will sound the city’s alarm as part of Operation EDITH (Exit Drill in the Home) next Tuesday, October 14, at 6 p.m. The firefighters will then drive through the community with their lights and sirens on. During this time, they hope to see everyone practicing fire drills and meeting in their designated safe places. The drill will last until 8 p.m.

This weekend, take a few minutes to discuss fire safety with your family and decide on a safe area to meet in your front yard. When the siren goes off on Tuesday night, practice your exit drill with your family and meet in your designated safe area. Wave to the firemen as they drive through town with their lights and sirens on!

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Oct. 10 news preview

Tea tied for second place at this year's Festival of Bands event in Sioux Falls.
Catch up on all the band news in this week's Tea Weekly!

The Oct. 10 issue is available online now and at stands at the Tea Get N Go, Sunshine, Cubby's and Casey's this afternoon. Papers are delivered to stands at these locations every Thursday by 12:30 p.m.

This issue includes:

• Polls open for TASD voters Oct. 14
• Tea ties for second with Lennox at Festival of Bands
• Construction boom shows no signs of slowing
• Operation EDITH set for Oct. 14
• Driver Websites opens Tea office

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To submit news items and photos, email teaweekly@gmail.com or call 214-5277. For advertising information, call 647-2284 or email ads@teaweekly.com. News and advertising deadline: Tuesdays by noon.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Oct. 3 news preview

The Titans claimed a 34-14 victory over Sisseton during the Homecoming game.
See this week's paper for full coverage of the game and photos from Homecoming week.

The Oct. 3 issue is available online now and at stands at the Tea Cubby's, Casey's, Get N Go and Sunshine this afternoon. Papers are delivered to stands at these locations every Thursday by 12:30 p.m.

This issue includes:

• Titans capture Homecoming win
• Groundbreaking ceremony held for north elementary
• Titans qualify entire golf team for State
• Local family seeks acceptance for all
• Challenge Day encourages connections, empathy

Are you participating in our annual football contest? It's easy, fun and free! Sign up and make your picks at sd.proexpertsclub.com for your chance to win local weekly prizes, including the grand prize, a 40" TV!

To subscribe or see an example of our e-edition, visit http://www.teaweekly.com/p/subscribe.html. The e-edition is available for free with every paid print subscription and includes a bonus Athlon Sports football news and previews page!

To submit news items and photos, email teaweekly@gmail.com or call 214-5277. For advertising information, call 647-2284 or email ads@teaweekly.com. News and advertising deadline: Tuesdays by noon.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Homecoming Parade Route

Pick out a good spot to watch the Homecoming parade from this afternoon! Parade kicks off at 2:00!


Thursday, September 25, 2014

Sept. 26 news preview

Chromebooks and iPads are now used throughout the Tea Area School District as a supplement to
traditional learning methods and equipment, offering greater efficiency and variety in classrooms.

The Sept. 26 issue is available online now and at stands at the Tea Sunshine, Get N Go, Casey's and Cubby's this afternoon. Papers are delivered to stands at these locations every Thursday by 12:30 p.m.

This issue includes:

• Technology in the classrooms
• Homecoming 2014 Royalty crowned
• Special BOE meeting/Groundbreaking ceremony to be held at new elementary
• Hwy. 17 crash kills Marion woman

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To submit news items and photos, email teaweekly@gmail.com or call 214-5277. For advertising information, call 647-2284 or email ads@teaweekly.com. News and advertising deadline: Tuesdays by noon.