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    Skowhegan Fire Chief Shawn Howard carries a young girl who survived the crash when the vehicle she and three other children and the driver where in when the vehicle slid off Norridgewock Road in Skowhegan and went down a ravine and struck a tree in January. No one was seriously injured in the crash.

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    A red fox leans into the wind while trotting through wind-whipped field at dusk in Pittsfield in March.

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    Wrestler Scotty 2 Hotty grimaces in a head lock by Sean Burke during Big Time Wrestling in Winslow in April.

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    Michael Heath, 44, is extricated from his Jeep by Rescue workers from Norridgwock fire department and LifeFlight after he was involved in a three car collision on Route 137 in Norridgwock in January.

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    Randy Richardson, a dive instructor, swims in the murky depths of Messalonskee Lake in Oakland during a dive training exercise to remove milfoil from lakes and ponds in June.

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    Eric Lopez walks his broken bike down Burleigh Street as snow falls in Watervillein in January.

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    Waterville Senior High School graduate, Karlie Nabarowsky, bottom center, fixes her hair in the glass at Alfond Arena at Colby College in Waterville in June.

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    Deborah Roberts Holland, mother of Michael Holland, is comforted by a friend during a celebration of her late son at the Jay Community Building in October. Holland, of Wilton, was one of the crew members who died when the cargo ship El Faro was lost during hurricane Joaquin.

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    John Seavey walks down the stairs of his burned out home at 62 McNally Road in St. Albans in March.

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    Messalonskee High School’s Nathalie St. Perre (18) scores on Lewiston High School goalie Paige Fontaine (31) at Thomas College in Waterville in June.

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    Don Osthoff, right middle, stands up and celebrates as University of Maine at Farmington’s class of 2015 begin commencement ceremonies in Farmington in May.

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    Nikita Taylor, left, is all smiles while eating an ice cream sundae along with her sisters Ava, Hannah and Daisy at Roy’s Inflatatble Water Park in Madison in July.

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    Gardiner High School’s Mary Toman, 20, looks to pass the ball as she is airborne against Mount Desert Island High School in the first half at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor in February.

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    Cony High School’s Savanna Poulin (18) left, knocks down Messalonskee High School’s Haley Lowell (14) in Oakland in October.

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    Colby College students walk past the Olin Science Building under the changing sugar maples on Colby College’s campus in Waterville in October.

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    James Salisbury, foreground, holds his head in his hand as Waterville police officer, Chase Fabian walks towards the wreckage of Salisbury’s car on upper Main Street in Waterville in September. Salisbury hit the power pole flipping his car on to its roof.

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    Waterville officers Chace Fabian, foreground, frisks Jesse Peterson, 28, who was suspected in a robbery at Head of Falls in Waterville in June. Peterson ran from police and was apprehended in the brush along the Kennebec River. “Waterville is a cultural wasteland.” were Peterson’s words as he was being placed in the cruiser.

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    The annual Winslow Family 4th of July parade marches under a giant American flag on Bay Street in Winslow on July 4.

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    Cony High School’s Bryant York, right, collapses in to the arms of teammate Andrew Levesque, left, after competing in the boys seed heat at the annual Festival of Champions in Belfast in October.

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    Alyssa Clark, 11, practices her diving from the dock on Messalonskee Stream on North Street in Waterville in June.

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    One of several dogs left in a car looks out a window as fire consumes the apartment building the dogs and owners, background, lived in on Paris Street in Waterville that was destroyed by fire in February.

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    Two firefighters emerge from the smokey ruins of Ray’s Auto garage in Belgrade in March.

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    Caleb Boivin plunges into Messalonskee Stream in Waterville in May on one of the first warm days of the year. Asked how the water felt Boivin said, “It’s somewhat cold but not bad.”

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    : A Belgrade Regional Conservation Alliance boat and members are illuminated by lights both on board the boat and in the water searching for milfoil in Great Pond in September.

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    Reflected in the copper air chamber of a 1884 Button Steamer fire fighting equipment, Lt. Scott Holst, right, of the Waterville Fire department, explains how the apparatus worked to Arlene and Perley Roy during an open house at the Central Station in September.

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    Dias Greene, 12, of Fairfield, cuddles with three kittens available for adoption at the Waterville Humane Society Animal Shelter on Webb Road on the day after Thanksgiving in November, when the shelter held a pet adoption event for Black Friday.

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