Archive for November, 2009
A freak tragic incident took the life of beloved Linda W. Reynolds while vacationing in Arizona with her husband Walter and relatives on November 11, 2009. She was age 67. Linda leaves behind a shocked and grieving community. She had been secretary, office manager, and Chief Financial Officer for her husband’s landscape architecture office since [...]
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Common wisdom says that working around horses is dangerous. But is it really? And how dangerous is it in comparison to, oh, say working in Nascar? Or working in the construction industry? The Maryland Horse Council is conducting a survey on injuries in equine businesses. The scope of the survey includes, but is not limited [...]
Julie Hagen of Bascule Farm informed The Equiery that on October 28, Trooper Jess had been returned to his field around 5p.m. “No details other than he appears to have lost weight but seems otherwise healthy,” said Hagen. How he got out of the field and who returned him is still a mystery.