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The menu at TJ Cups allows customers to select a tea base, flavoring and extra toppings. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/tea-house-opens-campustown

The menu at TJ Cups allows customers to select a tea base, flavoring and extra toppings. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/tea-house-opens-campustown

Riceville team members react during the FIRST LEGO League competition at Iowa State University on Saturday. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Riceville team members react during the FIRST LEGO League competition at Iowa State University on Saturday. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Fellows Elementary second graders Leo Sullivan and Jackson Diekmann show off some of the box tops collected at their school. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/box-tops-benefit-ames-elementary-schools

Fellows Elementary second graders Leo Sullivan and Jackson Diekmann show off some of the box tops collected at their school. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/box-tops-benefit-ames-elementary-schools

Photo by Austin Harrington/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20160831/protesters-arrested-in-boone-while-stopping-construction-of-bakken-pipeline

Photo by Austin Harrington/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20160831/protesters-arrested-in-boone-while-stopping-construction-of-bakken-pipeline

The newest shop to open in downtown Ames is Lindsey Loo's, a home decor and gift shop. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/lindsey-loo-s-open-main-street

The newest shop to open in downtown Ames is Lindsey Loo's, a home decor and gift shop. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/lindsey-loo-s-open-main-street

Worldly Goods Volunteer Erin Goldsmith retrieves books that have been donated to their Raising Readers in Story County drop-off site. The business recently partnered up with Raising Readers in Story County to help provide more diverse and multicultural books, as well as serve as a drop-off point for those wishing to donate books. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/raising-readers-partners-worldly-goods

Worldly Goods Volunteer Erin Goldsmith retrieves books that have been donated to their Raising Readers in Story County drop-off site. The business recently partnered up with Raising Readers in Story County to help provide more diverse and multicultural books, as well as serve as a drop-off point for those wishing to donate books. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/raising-readers-partners-worldly-goods

Jeff Klein and his son Cael bake cookies as part of Friday's free community Christmas meal at Food at First. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/free-festive-christmas-dinner

Jeff Klein and his son Cael bake cookies as part of Friday's free community Christmas meal at Food at First. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/free-festive-christmas-dinner

Bartender Zach Roozeboom works at the bar at the Hy-Vee Market Cafe in West Hy-Vee on Thursday in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Bartender Zach Roozeboom works at the bar at the Hy-Vee Market Cafe in West Hy-Vee on Thursday in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

The Ames High School marching band put on a final performance during the Marching Band Spectacular on Monday, Oct 19 at Ames High School. The band played different songs from their various performances, including Mr. Roboto and Mask of Zorro. Different players and supporters were also honored during the event. This was the last performance of the marching band of the season.

The Ames High School marching band put on a final performance during the Marching Band Spectacular on Monday, Oct 19 at Ames High School. The band played different songs from their various performances, including Mr. Roboto and Mask of Zorro. Different players and supporters were also honored during the event. This was the last performance of the marching band of the season.

The PLEASE Award is displayed at the South Ames location at 414 S. 17th St., in Ames. The award is given out quarterly to the franchise that demonstrates exemplary customer service.  Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/ames-anytime-fitness-wins-national-award

The PLEASE Award is displayed at the South Ames location at 414 S. 17th St., in Ames. The award is given out quarterly to the franchise that demonstrates exemplary customer service. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/ames-anytime-fitness-wins-national-award

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