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    March 31, 2012

    Canada to get rid of the penny

    They clutter your dresser and cost too much to make. They're a nuisance and have outlived their purpose, according to Canada.

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    March 31, 2012

    NBA: Garnett lifts Celtics past Wolves

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — As much as Kevin Garnett wants everyone to believe he's put the Minnesota Timberwolves in his rearview mirror, he's still been watching — and listening.

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    March 31, 2012

    SNAPSHOT: Into the wind

    An immature bald eagle soars above Kents Hill on Tuesday in Readfield. The raptor negotiated 28 mph gusts.

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    March 31, 2012

    Colby rally falls short

    WATERVILLE -- A ninth-inning rally came up short as the Colby College baseball team fell 7-5 to Trinity in its New England Small College Athletic Conference opener Friday at Coombs Field.

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    March 31, 2012

    SNAPSHOT: That dog will hunt

    Kate, an English Cocker Spaniel, returns a duck training toy to Terry Oliver during the State of Maine Sportsman’s Show on Friday at the Augusta Civic Center. Oliver was part of the Maine Spaniel Field Trial Club.

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    March 31, 2012

    Obama in Maine: ‘Determined citizenry’ needed to move country to high ideals

    PORTLAND -- As President Barack Obama moved from a fundraiser at Southern Maine Community College to a second fundraiser at the Portland Museum of Art., a small crowd gathered across the street from the museum, hoping to get a glimpse of the president.

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    March 31, 2012

    Mining bill spurs debate

    AUGUSTA -- A town manager from northern Maine pleaded with a legislative committee Friday to support a bill that would make way for a new mine in Aroostook County.

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    March 31, 2012

    Officials want public’s help to combat crime

    AUGUSTA -- City officials are zeroing in on plans aimed at drawing greater public participation in cracking down on property crimes.

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    March 31, 2012

    HALLOWELL 250TH: History carved in stone

    The Hallowell Granite Works cut granite for buildings, paving blocks, monuments and statuary. Building materials and paving blocks could be cut by general laborers, but monuments and statuary required skilled cutters.

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    March 31, 2012

    Trees focus for streetscape plan in Belgrade Lakes

    BELGRADE LAKES -- Jonathan Dyer admired the three sugar maples saplings the Tree Committee planted beneath the 80-year-old silver maples lining his front lawn.

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