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    GALLERY: Late-forming ice along Kennebec River - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Water pours out of the Wyman Dam and into open water on the Kennebec River in Skowhegan on Friday. The warm start to the winter has kept rivers and some lakes in the state from freezing. (Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans)

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    A sign warns people of the dangerous ice and open water still on the Kennebec River at the Hinkley bridge in Fairfield on Friday.

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    GALLERY: Late-forming ice along Kennebec River - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Arthur Moore talks about the Kennebec River on Friday during an interview in Hallowell.

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    The Kennebec River in Hallowell, shown here on Friday, is mostly open water.

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    This Jan. 10, 1949 photo by Arthur Moore shows “S.T. Kiddo” in the Kennebec River between Hallowell and Chelsea.

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    GALLERY: Late-forming ice along Kennebec River - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    With the State House looming in the background, this Friday photo shows the mostly open water of the Kennebec River in Hallowell.

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    This Jan. 11, 1949 hand colored black and white photo taken by Arthur Moore shows “S.T. Kiddo” in the Kennebec River between Hallowell and Chelsea.

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