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    A cross country skier takes advantage of the cold temperatures at Quarry Road Recreational Area in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Rangeley players celebrate after they beat Shead in the Class D state championship game Saturday at the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Winslow Police Capt. Joseph Gravel directs traffic around a spill of cooking oil on the Winslow side of the Carter Memorial Bridge on Monday. Gravel said a truck carrying a pallet of the oil lost the load driving around a curve. Winslow Public Works crew spread sand over the liquid for traction.

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    James Hochstetler pedals his bicycle to work Wednesday morning in Unity as freezing rain turns to rain. Hochstetler equipped himself by wearing ski goggles and using studded tires. “This is OK out here, just a little wet,” he said.

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    Gardiner forward Tristan Hebert, left, scores a goal on Cape Elizabth goalie Grant Rusk to put Gardiner up 3-0 with 9:50 left in second period of a Class B South semifinal Friday at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston.

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    Agnes Atwood scoops up pieces of ice she chopped from her driveway in New Vineyard on Tuesday. Her driveway and many in Franklin County are glazed over with ice. "I'm doing this because my husband Bob has a sore back after he slipped on it and fell," Atwood said.

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    The Valley boys basketball team celebrates with the Gold Ball after it won the Class D state championship Saturday at Augusta Civic Center.

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    Defendant Derek Cook listens as his attorney Luanne Calcagri, center, and Franklin County Assistant District Attorney Joshua Robbins discuss bail conditions during a video hearing at Rumford District Court on Wednesday.

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    Brian Phillips, left, and Nathan Conley took advantage of the lack of snow to rake leaves from a home in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    On a chilly Saturday, Grace Chorpenning walks two large dogs and her long-haired Chihuahua named Felix, seen peering out from the comfort of her coat, in Unity. Despite also wearing a dog sweater, Felix shivered non-stop.

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    Waterville Senior High School Drama Director Gayle Giguere, left, and Band Director Sue Barre sit on some of the 700 seats in Trask Auditorium that will be sold and replaced as part of a Auditorium Renovation Project. There will be a Save A Seat kickoff celebration March 10 at the school in hopes of raising $150,000 for new seats.

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