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    Sarah Oberle watches her dog, Leela, catch snowballs in the front yard of their Augusta home on Wednesday. Oberle said the one-eyed Australian Cattle dog loves playing in fresh snow and running water.

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    Trevor Moody keeps his face away from the blowing snow as he clears sidewalks with a snowblower in Waterville on Wednesday morning.

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    Pete Bolduc shovels snow from a Water Street sidewalk at 7:46 a.m. Wednesday in Augusta. Bolduc said that he shovels sidewalks for nine buildings and takes care of several more on Water Street.

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    People brave the elements as they leave the Hathaway Center in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    Derek Moore walks through the snow into the Maine Turnpike plaza Wednesday in West Gardiner. The seasonal biologist for the Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife said he is qualified to confirm that the statue at the rest area "is not a real moose."

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    A Winslow Department of Public Works employee shoots snow into the Sebasticook Stream while clearing a sidewalk on the bridge in Winslow on Wednesday morning.

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    Willis Bubar covers his face to shield himself from blowing snow while he and his sweater-clad dog, Scruffy, walk on College Avenue in Waterville during storm on Wednesday morning.

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    People brave the elements as they leave the Hathaway Center in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    An Augusta city plow truck clears snow off Water Street at 7:24 a.m. on Wednesday in downtown Augusta.

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    Peter Spaziano clears snow from the roof of his home in Fairfield on Wednesday morning. "I'm happy this snow is light," Spaziano said.

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    The Dutch word of the day on the sign board at the recently opened Huskaimer Coffee Shop was "sneeuw," which means "snow," on Wednesday in Augusta. The coffee shop and the nearby Downtown Diner were the only businesses open at 7:30 a.m.

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    Chris O'Toole dumps snow from his scoop while clearing the snow-covered sidewalk in front of the Fairfield Laundromat in Fairfield on Wednesday morning.

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    Pam Niles uses a rubber tool to scrape 8 inches of snow off her car in Unity on Wednesday morning.

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    A snowblower clears a sidewalk on south side of the Maine State House at 6:59 a.m. Wednesday in Augusta. Legislative offices were closed and committee meeting were canceled. Executive branch departments were scheduled to open at 11 a.m. except in Aroostook County, where they were closed for the whole day. But the snowblower driver and other workers clearing snow said that they'd started working around 3 a.m.

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