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    A rainbow glows over the Maranacook and Erskine boys soccer teams during a soccer game Tuesday at The Ricky Gibson Field of Dreams in Readfield.

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    Kevin Gay, of Manchester, searches Wednesday for lost coins and rings in the pond at the Hallowell Recreation Area. Gay said the underwater metal detector he uses always finds a few surprises in ponds, streams and lakes. “This is where no one else goes,” Gay said.

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    Aravis Epley, 2, gets a lift from her mother, Christina Epley, to reach an apple Tuesday at Lakeside Orchards in Manchester.

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    This group of hikers stop along the Rotary Centennial trail beside the Kennebec River in Benton on Monday. The dog is standing on the Waterville Rotary Club stone marker.

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    James Salisbury, foreground, holds his head in his hand Wednesday as Waterville police Officer Chase Fabian walks toward the wreckage of Salisbury’s car on upper Main Street in Waterville. Salisbury hit a utility pole, flipping his car onto its roof. Sgt. Brian Gardiner of the Waterville Police Department said Salisbury, who wasn’t hurt, swerved to avoid a small animal — possibly a cat or rabbit — causing the car, a Chevrolet Cavalier, to hit the pole and roll over.

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    Karen Deady of Skowhegan watches as one of her dogs fetches a ball she threw into the Kennebec River in Madison on a warm Monday.

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    Colby's Hannah Brozdowski gets ball past Connecticut College goalie Bryanna Montalvo during game on Sunday in Waterville.

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    Katheryn Jensen sits in front of the MesoAmerica pencil drawing on the first day of the Common Ground Fair in Unity on Friday,

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    Alice Berry lugs corn stalks Monday at the Stevenson Farm in Wayne to a pickup for delivery to the farm’s roadside stand on U.S. Route 202 in Winthrop. Farmer Tom Stevenson said the stand is selling fall vegetables and adornments now, including pumpkins and other gourds.

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    Farrier Randy Glover struggles with a horse that did not want new shoes in the livestock section of the Farmington Fair on Sunday. Courtney Ellis of Avon holds his son, Saul, and watches the work.

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    Gloria Kelley harvests carrots and beets from the garden at her Vienna home on Tuesday. The 88-year-old said the 30-foot-by-30-foot plot has provided an abundance of vegetables. “It’s a good garden that’s produced really well, except for the tomatoes.”

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    Farmingdale firefighter Kat Currier photographs a rainbow appearing in water shooting over the Kennebec River during a 150th anniversary observance of the Great Augusta Fire of 1865 in downtown Augusta.

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    Lisa Gilbert points out an image of Maine Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Leigh Saufley standing at a ship railing in the large mural painted by Christopher Cart before the ceremonial opening last Friday at the new Capital Judicial Center in Augusta. Cart, of Hallowell, said all the faces are based on real people, including some who helped build or now work in the building.

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