After flooding in 1982 cut Inverness off from the rest of the county, Marj Stone led an effort to create a disaster council for the village: a network of volunteers who foster relationships with their neighbors and are ready to act in the event of an emergency. Over the years, the Inverness Disaster Council—like its sister council in . . .

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