Runners compete in Thetford

MUHS RUNNERS BETH McIntosh, front left, and Ella Landis, front right, paced the Tiger girls to a 21st-place finish among 53 teams from around New England at Saturday’s Thetford Woods Trail Run. Both easily cracked the top 100 among 599 competitors. Photo by Joe McVeigh

THETFORD — Competitors from county schools fared respectably at Saturday’s Thetford Woods Trail Run, a major cross-country invitational meet that drew dozens of teams from all over Vermont and New

Bristol horse lovers organize celebration

THE GROUP CALLING itself the Equine Heritage Herd, in partnership with the Bristol Recreation Department, will present the first annual Bristol Horse Day this Saturday, Oct. 2, at the newly reconstructed Bristol Horse Ring on Liberty Street. Pictured, from left, are Elissa Cobb, Claire Cyr, Chanin Hill, Lynda Malzac and Bristol Recreation Director Meridith McFarland. Independent photo/Christopher Ross

BRISTOL — On Sept. 30, 1958, during the Bristol Riding Club Horse Show and Gymkhana, a pony named “Thunder,” ridden by Norman Booska, suddenly collapsed in the ring.


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