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March 4, 2021: Two Moms On A Year Of Pandemic Stresses; Religion In A Time Of Distancing

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49min 27sec
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Steph Sherman and her family at Durango’s Snowdown winter carnival, Jan. 29 – Feb. 2, 2020, pre-pandemic. Her youngest child makes silly faces as they wait for the parade to start.

We hear from a mom near Durango who's navigating life with three kids and two lost jobs a year into the pandemic. And a Greeley mom who caught COVID-19 while pregnant talks about overcoming anxiety. Plus, how the pandemic has affected religious services. Also, a clone may be the future of the black-footed ferret. And how beavers could help Colorado's rivers.