Featured Thru Report

This report looks at all the posts for the last 90 days. It shows which posts are featured on which days (starting with today and looking ahead forever) so you can be sure we have enough but not too much to feature on a given day.

You can also check for these other errors:

  • A Featured post that has no dates
  • A post that has a date but is not marked Featured
  • A post that is not Featured, but should be. (In general, only obituaries and minutes wouldn't be featured.)

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true11/115/17 FSB Softball Tournament Raises $6,000 for DARE
true11/120/17Therapeutic Journaling Project Sponsored by Franklin VNA & Hospice
true11/120/172017 Brendas Ride with Friends Raises $12,000. to benefit Oncology Patients at LRGHealthcare
true11/3/1711/20/17Andover's David Reynolds Takes 1st with Matthew Reynolds 10th in Bobcat Invitational Cross Country Race
true11/3/1711/20/17Judy and Lloyd Perreault Celebrate 60 Years!
true11/3/1711/20/17Twin Rivers Interfaith Food Pantry Open in New Location
true11/3/1711/20/17Andover Lions Club 12th Annual Golf Classic is Great Success
true11/2/1711/20/17Gracia Snyder Trust Donates 213 Acres in Salisbury to Forest Society
true11/2/1711/20/17Friends of the Northern Rail Trail - Minutes of Oct. 18 Meeting
true11/2/1711/20/17Foodstuffs: His Name is Kevin Roark...Prepare to Dine
true11/20/17 AE/MS Participates in National Walk to School Day
true11/20/17 Summer 2017 Activities on the Northern Rail Trail
true 11/20/17 Ernie the Eagle visits AE/MS
true11/20/17 Lasting Impressions: A Juried Alumni Arts Exhibition features AEMS artists
true11/20/17Minute to Win it Game
true11/20/17 Caterpillars
true11/20/17Walk to School Day
true11/20/17 AE/MS Rocks
true11/20/17 Blazing Star Grange Market Increases Local Buying Options
true11/20/17 Through the Reading Glasses, November 2017
true11/20/17Conservation Committee Minutes July 12, 2017
true11/20/17 Solar power lights up and heats Andover's Town Office Building
true11/20/17 Beverly (Keyser) Prentice, October 16, 2017
true11/20/17 Carlene R. (Hagen) Miller October 17, 2017
true11/20/17 Haven H. Hayes, October 15, 2017
true11/20/17 Charles Peter Eck
true11/20/17 Gretchen H Buswell
true11/20/17Standalone photo: Wed 10/11/2017 12:35 PM Title: Culvert Assessments in Andover in October and November Subtitle: Credit: Featured Thru: 11/30/17 Caption: Merrimack County Conservation District interns Steve Cook and Mariah Mitchell are part of a team you may see measuring your culverts in October and November. With the support of the Andover Conservation Commission, the Merrimack County Conservation District received funds to assist Andover in culvert assessments. Using the protocols developed by NH Departments of Transportation and Environmental Services, MCCD will be assessing culverts to be included in the State of NHs stream crossing database. This database will be used to help identify all of the culverts and prioritize ones in need of repair. Along with the stream crossing data needed, MCCD will also be assessing some of the water quality indicators. This project was funded by the NH Charitable Foundation. MCCD hopes to expand this project into more programs related to stream crossings into the future after culverts are assessed. If you have any questions, please contact MCCD at 223-6020. Standalone photo: Wed 10/11/2017 12:35 PM Title: Culvert Assessments in Andover in October and November Subtitle: Credit: Featured Thru: 11/30/17 Caption: Merrimack County Conservation District interns Steve Cook and Mariah Mitchell are part of a team you may see measuring your culverts in October and November. With the support of the Andover Conservation Commission, the Merrimack County Conservation District received funds to assist Andover in culvert assessments. Using the protocols developed by NH Departments of Transportation and Environmental Services, MCCD will be assessing culverts to be included in the State of NHs stream crossing database. This database will be used to help identify all of the culverts and prioritize ones in need of repair. Along with the stream crossing data needed, MCCD will also be assessing some of the water quality indicators. This project was funded by the NH Charitable Foundation. MCCD hopes to expand this project into more programs related to stream crossings into the future after culverts are assessed. If you have any questions, please contact MCCD at 223-6020. 11/30/17October Senior Lunch Enjoyed by All
false11/20/17 Design & drafting service Opens doors in Andover
true11/20/17 Is a Green Vehicle For You?
true11/20/17Andover Congregational Church News November 2017
true11/20/17 Wilmot Senior Lunches Resume at WCAs Red Barn
true11/20/17Andover Planning Board Minutes September 26, 2017
true11/20/17 Andover Planning Board Minutes September 12, 2017
true11/20/17 The Hub to Remain Open Through Winter
true11/20/17 W A Bachelder Library Acquisitions
true11/20/17 Andover Public Library Acquisitions
true11/20/17Kearsarge Chorale Presents Messiah
true11/20/17 State DOT Ten Year Plan
true11/20/17 Andover Conservation Commission Minutes August 9, 2017
true11/20/17 New Hampshire Veterans Cemetary Association Receives $15,000 Grant From Franklin Savings Bank
true 11/22/17 Fourth of July Committee Busy Planning for Next Year
true11/24/17 Andover Soccer Team Places Second in C Division
true11/24/17 Andover Middle School Cross Country Team Has Successful Season
true11/24/17 News from East Andover Village Preschool
true11/25/17 NHEC Sets Winter Period Rate Increase
true11/2/1711/30/17Heavy Rain and Wind Cause Damage Throughout Region
true11/30/17 Andover Police Chief Announces Retirement
true11/30/17 Culvert Assessments in Andover in October and November
true11/30/17 Andover Service Club News
true11/30/17Andover Photo Exhibit Captures 19th Century Railroad Structures
true12/3/17 Holiday Craft Workshops Offered at The Andover Hub
true12/3/17 Wilmot Ladies Aid Society's Famous Cookie Walk Dec. 2
true 12/4/17Holiday Open House at New London Historical Society
true12/5/17 Ongoing Classes, Coffee and Quilting at The Andover Hub
true12/5/17 Holiday Sing & Play Offered for Little Kids at The Hub
true12/11/17 Santa Claus is coming to town!
true11/9/1712/15/17Tax Preparation Volunteers Urgently Needed
true12/15/17 World War I Exhibit at Colby-Sawyer
true12/15/17 Franklin Launches 1 Million Cups to Educate & Connect Local Entrepreneurs
true12/20/17 Town of Hebron named a Certified Local Government
true12/28/17 Window on Wilmot Hosts Marketing Clinic
true10/20/2017Tropical Storms Things You Should Know
true12/20/2017 LRGHealthcare Selected to Participate in RADEO Program
true12/30/2017Franklin Savings Bank Unveils Veterans Checking Account
true 12/30/2017Nine Community Groups Honored at 5thAnnual Fund for Community Advancement Event
falseHoliday Activities Planned at Andover Libraries
falseRepresentative Wells Responds to David Karrick Article
falseSelect Board Minutes: September 18, 2017
falseWilliam (Bill) B. Grinold, September 13, 2017
falseTheodore D. Smith, September 18, 2017
falseMurray Frederick Smith, September 3, 2017
falseHale P. Shaw, August 31, 2017
falseRalph George Ordway
falseMary (Smith) Demers, September 19, 2017
falsePhilip F. Carter, August 26, 2017
falseLeon P. Red Bedard Jr., Aug. 29, 2017
false70th Annual Warner Fall Foliage Festival
falseAndover Police Department, August 2017
falseAuthor Gloria Norris to Speak at Bachelder Library
falseNew Craft Group Launches at Andover Hub
falseAndover School Board Minutes: August 8, 2017
falseSelect Board Minutes, August 21, 2017
falseAndover School Board Minutes: August 8, 2017
falseNew Fall Yoga and Workshop Offerings
falseRecreation Committee Minutes, September 2017
falseRecreation Committee Minutes, July 2017
falseRecreation Committee Minutes, June 2017
falseHEALTHFIRST WELCOMES NEW PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER
falseFNRT Minutes, August 16, 2017
falseSelect Board Minutes, August 7, 2017
falseSelect Board Minutes, June 5, 2017