Responsive to Our Needs

By Ruby Hill

Last weekend was the 100th Grange Fair Day in Danbury. Mario Ratzki walked in the parade, ran in the bed race, and was probably present at several other events. The next day he came to our Old Home Day church service in South Danbury. Mario has helped us in our broadband expansion efforts, and he […]

Thanks for Making the Auction a Success

Press release

The Center for the Arts wants to thank those who helped make our “Auction for the Arts” a success! We appreciate our members, sponsors, and donors who contributed to our 2014 programs and support the arts in the Lake Sunapee Region. Thank you to the Lake Sunapee Protective Association for the use of their venue, […]

Vote for Kathy Rago

Overspending must stop

By Kathy Rago, candidate for State Senate

To the residents in District 7 (Gilford, Laconia, Belmont, Franklin, Northfield, Andover, Canterbury, Boscawen, Salisbury, and Webster): My name is Kathy Rago and I am running for State Senate, because I believe that our state government needs capable people to provide careful fiscal analysis and a willingness to make tough decisions. As an accountant and […]

A Transforming Experience

New Horizons gave me back my confidence

By Terry Stoecker

It is pretty much always a good thing to feel beautiful and healthy-looking on both the inside and the outside. Sometimes, depending on what is going on in our busy lives, it just isn’t easy or natural to feeling anything other than tired, worn out, and not so beautiful. I think we forget to take care […]

Help the Fourth of July Committee for 2015 Celebration

2014 showed what it's like without our celebration

By Marj Roy

There was a TV commercial in the 1970s that said, “You can’t fool Mother Nature.” She fooled us on the Fourth of July 2014. Due to the rains associated with Hurricane Arthur, this year’s parade and outdoor events on the Village Green had to be canceled. Andover is very fortunate to have a rich history […]

Thanks from the Waterstrats

On Friday morning, February 28, we woke to our smoke-filled home that started as a chimney fire which unfortunately turned into a three-alarm fire. Andover and 11 other towns responded in the bitter cold, putting their lives on the line going in and out of the house, doing everything possible to put out the fire. […]

Thank You, Keith Kellogg

Keith Kellogg, an enthusiastic “supporter of life” both as a volunteer and by his profession as an electrician, was there at Hannaford’s of Tilton when I collapsed as a result of an adverse reaction to prescribed medication. He happened to be returning from a National Electric Code training update on the Life Safety Code. Based […]

Thanks for Helping the Waterstrats

I recently organized and held a benefit spaghetti dinner at the Elks Lodge in Franklin to raise funds for my neighbors, Steve and Cindy Waterstrat and their sons Kyle and Corey Wiley. This family lost their home and all of their belongings on February 28 due to a fire that originated in a recently-cleaned chimney. […]

Honored and Delighted to Serve

I cannot thank my supporters and townspeople enough for showing me such wonderful support and for helping guide me into this position as a member of the Board of Selectmen. I am honored and delighted to be on the Board. Please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns, comments, and recommendations. Sophie Viandier […]

Thanks, Jon!

I would like to thank Jon Champagne for the help and support he has given to the Andover Conservation Commission over the years he was Road Agent. Specifically we thank him for: meeting with the ACC regarding concerns over tree cutting on scenic roads; supporting and helping with the installation of “Beaver Deceivers” on Elbow […]

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