Thank you to Linda Rayner

Perhaps Andover residents have seen the red-headed and red-safety vested woman picking up trash along Route 11 and wondered who this good citizen is. I can not count the times I have driven past Linda Rayner of East Andover and thought about thanking her. Linda has been picking up trash along our roads for many […]

Silence is Not Always Golden

As an immigrant from Germany I have been exposed to European History since my early childhood. Looking back today, I find parallels in attempts to change our society, our country’s legal structure and our civil liberties by destroying the image and credibility of our free press, by damaging the reputation of courts and judges, and […]

About the NH Primary

I want to congratulate Bianca Acebron Peco for running a good race for Merrimack district 25.  She did not prevail and David Karrick won the primary. Nevertheless she is a rising star in our party. I now urge her supporters to vote for David Karrick on November 6th in the general election.  They share the […]

To the Andover Road Crew

Many, many thanks to our Road Agent, John Thompson, and his crew for all of the fine work they did on Old College Rd. Last month. I felt like a kid again, mesmerized by the graders, excavators, bulldozers, and especially what I call the road eater. The men showed respect to walkers and drivers alike. […]

Natalie Wells Wants Your Vote

By Natalie Wells

Two years ago, I asked for your vote to become your next State Representative and  I was honored that you made that possible. We need to continue to preserve what accomplishments the Republican party has done for this state, and therefore, I ask for your vote again. Two years ago, I wrote an article to […]

Wood Sutton Has Recycling Plan

By Wood Sutton

To the Citizens and Patrons of the Town Dump, Evidently I missed a public meeting, if there was one,  on the new dump regulations (Transfer Station has too many syllables). Certainly there was no invite to private discussions with the “experts.” That is a shame. Retired, with time on my hands,  I had already developed […]

Elizabeth Gabert

By Elizabeth Gabert

I LOVE THIS COUNTRY… our past, our present and our future! We are not perfect as only God is perfect. But the United States of America is by far the most amazingly generous and prosperous land of opportunity the world has ever known. And if you don’t believe this then I would encourage you to […]

Susan Chase

By Susan Chase

I’m writing to show my support for the candidacy of David Karrick in his campaign to represent Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner and Webster as one of our two State Representatives. David has served two terms in the Legislature where he served on the crucial Ways and Means Committee.  He’s made tough decisions about taxation and […]

Linda Barnes

By Linda Barnes

Many people have found the recent stories of the August rescue of animals from the New Hampton “White Gate Critter Sanctuary”  heartbreaking. The racehorse Bristol’s death was tragic- as was all the suffering the other sick and malnourished animals went through. The only positive part is that someone intervened; most of them were rescued.    There […]

 Mario Ratzki

By Mario Ratzki

On September 11, NH primary day, I will be voting for David Karrick for State Representative for Merrimack district 25, our beautiful towns of Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner and Webster. I value experience and David ,as a previous member of the Ways and Means committee in Concord for two terms , has got it in […]

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