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January 23, 2020

More options for first-time homebuyers and older buyers are coming soon to Tea.

Developer Kelly Nielson with Nielson Construction brought site plans to the city late in 2019 for a planned development in the Serenity Park Addition on the east side of Heritage Parkway and...

January 23, 2020

Tea Sprouts preschool got its start with the school district in 2003.

This year the program was awarded Exemplary status from the School Administrators of South Dakota. Preschool director Amanda Brinkman said this was the first year they had applied for an evaluation fr...

January 16, 2020

At the annual meeting of the Tea Economic Development Corporation in December, they made the announcement that the organization has been renamed Tea Chamber for Development.

Volunteer Tea Chamber for Development president Chellee Unruh said through this group they want...

January 16, 2020

The Tea Area school board met Jan. 13 and approved retainage payments for contractors for Frontier and Venture elementary schools.

Of 34 line items at Venture, nine were approved to pay half of the retainage, one was zero payment and the remainder were paid in full. At...

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