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Happy Five

A wise kid already, he told me that he doesn’t want anyone to get COVID and he’ll have a better party next year

By Maggie Doherty
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Thanks to Zoom

Virtual interactions and gatherings are an incredible opportunity during these uncertain times

By Maggie Doherty
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Welcoming Winston

As of a few weeks ago, we created space for a new four-legged friend

By Maggie Doherty
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Gravel Roads and Cows

This summer I’ve fallen in love with riding my bike on the gravel roads of the Flathead Valley

By Maggie Doherty
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Back to School

Parenting is nothing short of confronting uncertainties yet this crisis is unlike anything we’ve ever encountered

By Maggie Doherty
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Books of Comfort

During these uncertain times I rely on books more than ever

By Maggie Doherty
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Wear a Mask

It’s an expression of consideration and compassion, a proven measure that keeps you and others safe

By Maggie Doherty
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In Praise of the Backyard Summer

The summer of the pandemic means more neighborhood adventures and a continuing education in resilience

By Maggie Doherty
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Local Leadership

In the absence of dignified and unifying presidential leadership, I look to Main Street for guidance

By Maggie Doherty
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Dear Charlie and Darcy

We want you to know that the world is an uncertain place and that it’s OK

By Maggie Doherty
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The COVID Journal

Consider the simple power, and pleasure, of keeping a journal

By Maggie Doherty
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The Great Revealer

This great reveal, I believe, has the beautiful capacity to transform us for the better

By Maggie Doherty
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The Sky is Above You

We are a beautiful community and we will get through this

By Maggie Doherty
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Lead with Love

What’s hopeful about the coronavirus is that every day Americans make a vital impact on how this virus spreads

By Maggie Doherty
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Be Kind and Wash Your Hands

Let’s be kind to ourselves, our community, and do the things we know we can control

By Maggie Doherty

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