Discipline sets Parkwood Equestrian students apart

Owner Sally Parks works a horse on various jumps while displaying the difference between Hunter and Jumper classes Thursday at Parkwood Equestrian Center. In competition, Hunters are judged on style and form whereas Jumpers focus more on power and speed. The horse pictured above is in the Jumper classification. Pat Sutphin / psutphin@postregister.com

Owner Sally Parks says her program is tough, designed only for dedicated riders. She trains athletes in competitive English riding.

New vistas open up at businesses that use drones

In this Thursday, April 14, 2016, photo, DroneLinx CEO Steve Metzman operates a drone to make videos and still images of an apartment building, in Philadelphia. DroneLinx, a service based in New York, takes shots of cellphone towers, bridges, oil rigs and utility lines that are difficult to get careful inspections of, Metzman says. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

NEW YORK (AP) — That drone flying around a suburban house might not belong to a wannabe pilot — it may be a tool that’s become indispensable for a small business.

MusiCare offers a personal touch to instrument repair

Dave Sevy brings out the custom trombone he built in 1975. There are only two like it in the world, and he built them both. The other is still being used by his grandson, Caleb Sevy, in the Sugar City Advanced Jazz Band. Dave Sevy said he often does custom modifications for instruments, specifically for people who are disabled. He averages 10 to 15 of these custom jobs a year. Pat Sutphin / psutphin@postregister.com

Owner Dave Sevy said the success of his business hinges on the trusting relationships built with his clients. Each one is greeted when they enter the door and the repairs are tailored to suit the customer.


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