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    Brianna Michaud urges her bullfrog Kermit to jump by blowing and hitting the ground during a spirited frog jumping contest at Oosoola Fun Day in Norridgewock on Sept. 1.

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    Officers with both Somerset and Franklin County sheriff’s offices took part in an ice bucket challenge by dumping of cold water from a bucket loader at the Somerset County Sheriff Office in East Madison on Aug. 21. Taking part is Somerset and Kennebec District Attorney Maeghan Maloney, center, Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols, right, and Somerset County Chief Deputy Dale Lancaster, beside Nichols.

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    Nicole Greenaway holds a poster with pictures of her daughter, Brooklyn Foss-Greenaway, on the steps of the Somerset Superior Court in Skowhegan on May 21. 12-year-old Kelli Murphy admitted in court in May to unspecified juvenile charges in connection with the killing of Foss-Greenaway nearly two years earlier and was sentenced to undergo court supervision and treatment.

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    Lawrence High School seniors enjoy a light moment prior to commencement in Fairfield on June 5. As student Dana Milburn takes photographs, graduates Alex Hamlin, left, Lucas Schroeder and Ezra Shepherd provide a memorable photo opportunity.

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    Dylan Brooks, 16, right, and Dustin Newell, 19, flip off the suspension bridge over the Kennebec River in Skowhegan on June 13. The pair said they enjoyed the water even though the temperatures felt more like April, Brooks said.

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    Jim Lepper, a volunteer handler with Heywood Kennel Dog Sled Adventures, holds onto an anxious team at Quarry Road Recreational Area in Waterville on Feb. 8. Heywood Kennels was offering rides to anyone who wanted ride in the sled.

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    Post 51 catcher Josh Woodard, 3, jumps for the ball as RTD of Madison’s Chase Nelson, 8, collides with him at home plate at Colby College on July 1.

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    Daisy gets excited to see people inside the Franklin County Animal Shelter in Industry on March 4. The dog and other pets were available for adoption during an Empty the Shelter event.

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    Tommy Keister nets a batch of alewives from a collecting pool entering Webb Pond in Vassalboro on May 12. Keister, a lobsterman from Friendship Harbor, nets the abundant fish as they run up the rivers from the ocean to spawn. The fish will be sold to other lobstermen to be used as lobster bait.

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    Ashlee Stradtman and Justin Downs brace themselves as a wave crashes at Thunder Hole at Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor on Jan. 12.

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    The Rev. Judy Gould, front left, conducts an Easter Sunrise service on the banks of the Sebasticook River in Clinton for members and friends of the Brown Memorial United Methodist church on April 20.

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    Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans Skowhegan’s Jimmy Reed, front, is nearly tackled by teammate Kyle Kruse after his single scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th inning against Oxford, Conn, in the Cal Ripken 11u Regional Tournament at Carl Wright Complex in Skowhegan on Aug. 2.

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    Jennifer Brunelle wipes tears from her eyes as she talk on her phone while firefighters from six departments battled a blaze at her daycare center on Reynolds Hill Road in Sidney on Sept. 24.

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    Staff photo by David Leaming A black cat walks past a line of pumpkin decorations on the eve of Halloween on Oct. 30.

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    Farmer Bussie York watches from a safe distance while burning old pallets and debris near a cornfield in Farmington on June 6. “It’s a good day to burn,” York said as rain fell most of the day.

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    Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans Aimey Ribeiro, 41, looks through the scorched ruins of her farm on Tupper Road in Madison on March 7. The fire destroyed the barn and most of the home and killed several animals.

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    Jason and Bethany LaVerdiere lay on rafts with their daughter Gwen while cooling off with a hundred other swimmers at Lake George Regional Park in Canaan on June 29.

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    Messalonskee field hockey player Emily Hogan, left, becomes emotional following a game against Skowhegan in Waterville on Oct. 13. Hogan was among 22 people who were injured in a hayride accident that killed fellow student Cassidy Charette. Hogan said she sat out the game but wanted to support the team.

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    An osprey plucks an alewife from the waters of the Sebasticook River near the Benton Falls Hydro-Electric dam in Benton on May 15.

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    Monmouth player Hunter Richardson, left, falls over Carrabec keeper Trent Richardson during action in Anson on Sept. 15. At right is Carrabec’s Paul Kaplan.

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    Longtime performer George Coleman, 80, eyes a dragon while waiting for his cue during a rehearsal in March for the production of “Shrek” at the Waterville Opera House.

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    Hannah Fuller has her hands full carrying a half a dozen inflated water tubes toward the beach at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan on a hot June 30.

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    Norridgewock resident Michael Smith stands beside a Somerset County Sheriff deputy after he was coaxed out of his home by police on March 18. The tattoo of a pistol on his stomach was mistaken for a real firearm.

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    Trooper Scott Duff trains his rifle toward the home of Michael Smith as other police called for him to come out of the home in Norridgewock on March 18.

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    Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans Survivors and family members of victims stand on the steps of St. Agnus Catholic Church on July 6 during the one-year memorial of the 2013 rail disaster that killed 47 people in Lac-Megantic, Quebec.

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    Jimmy “The Fighting Marine” Smith knocks out Moises Rivera in the first round at the Portland Expo on Nov. 16.

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    Five area fire departments responded to a fire at the lumber yard at Campbell’s True Value Building Supply on Nov. 20. The fire was believed to have been started by a flat-bed truck stored in the warehouse.

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    Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans An osprey plucks an alewife from the waters of the Sebasticook River near the Benton Falls Hydro-Electric dam in Benton on May 15.

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    Marie Webb rakes the plentiful leaves from a huge maple tree at her home in Clinton on Oct. 6. “I just had a big lunch so I am working it off,” Webb said.

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    Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans Scarborough High School jumps for joy after scoring a goal with 20 seconds left in the game to beat Skowhegan Area High School 1-0 in the Maine Principal’s Association Class A State Championship game at Thomas College in Waterville on Nov. 1.

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    Many mothers get flowers, candy and cards on Mother’s Day but Marjory Bell, in front, who turned 80, had the ride of her life as she floated in a parachute to a large and cheering group of family members at the LaFleur Airpoort in Waterville on May 11. Instructor and parachutist Matt Riendeau accompanied Bell.

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