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    An arborist removes a tree from power lines Saturday that was obstructing Airport Road in Norridgewock. The season's first significant snowfall cause thousands of Central Maine Power customers to lose power throughout the region.

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    Winslow police and Kim's Garage and Towing help remove multiple cars from the ditch Saturday along China Road in Winslow.

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    People walk through falling snow Saturday outside Selah Tea on Main Street in Waterville.

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    A woman crosses Main Street in Waterville as a winter storm turns to snow Saturday.

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    Snow flies Saturday as a person crosses Water Street in Hallowell during the first major snow storm of the season.

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    Multiple cars sit in the ditch along China Road in Winslow on Saturday as the season's first nor-easter blanketed central Maine.

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    Snow falls Saturday on protesters standing outside the fence at the Blaine House, the governor's mansion in Augusta. The gathering was a combination of opposition to Gov. Janet Mills' pandemic restrictions and asserting that President Donald Trump actually won the election. Different people with megaphones were stating "Mills kills Maine!" and that President-elect Joe Biden would never be president. It was the fifth straight Saturday of protests near the Maine State House since the Nov. 3 election.

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    Winslow police and Kim's Garage and Towing help remove multiple cars from the ditch Saturday along China Road in Winslow.

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    Snow falls Saturday on protesters standing outside the fence at the Blaine House, the governor's mansion in Augusta. The gathering was a combination of opposition to Gov. Janet Mills' pandemic restrictions and asserting that President Donald Trump actually won the election. Different people with megaphones were stating "Mills kills Maine!" and that President-elect Joe Biden would never be president. It was the fifth straight Saturday of protests near the Maine State House since the Nov. 3 election.

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    A truck rounds Memorial Circle and splashes through a puddle Saturday in Augusta. A blocked storm drain caused a large puddle on the inner edge of the traffic circle at intersection of Western Avenue and State Street.

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    Crews clear the Hathaway Creative Center parking lot Saturday in Waterville.

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    An arborist removes a tree from power lines Saturday that was obstructing Airport Road in Norridgewock. The season's first significant snowfall cause thousands of Central Maine Power customers to lose power throughout the region.

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    Jenn Theriault, driver of cab 16 at PT Cab, sits in the warm vehicle Saturday as she waits for assistance to get out of the ditch. Heavy snow with mixed freezing rain made travel treacherous Saturday into the overnight.

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    Winslow police and Kim's Garage and Towing help remove multiple cars from the ditch Saturday along China Road in Winslow.

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