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    Debbie Ingraham points to a bone-dry section of grass that her husband Rodney missed while mowing Friday around tractors for sale at Ingraham Equipment company in Knox.

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    Maranacook's Nicole D'Angelo clears the bar in the pole vault on her way to winning the event during the Class C track and field state meet Saturday in Waterboro.

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    Maranacook's Nicole D'Angelo celebrates clearing 9 feet 9.5 inches to break her own school record on the way to winning the pole vault during the Class C track and field state meet Saturday in Waterboro.

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    Madison's Breanna Kanagy returns a shot to Maranacook's Emma Wadsworth during a Class C South semifinal singles match Monday in Augusta.

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    Matt Timberlake, president of Ted Berry Company, was one of the speakers at a press conference Tuesday in the Maine State House Welcome Center in Augusta by a coalition of groups asking the Legislature to reconvene. The coalition of more than 120 groups is asking lawmakers to come back and deal with unfinished business.

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    Maine State Police detectives walk toward the scene Tuesday where an excavator is digging for clues at an abandoned building, background, off Route 150 in Skowhegan in the ongoing investigation of Tina Stadig, who has been missing for more than a year.

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    Gardiner senior Logan Granholm slides into home as Lawrence catcher Haley Holt tries to make a play during a Class B North prelim game Tuesday in Gardiner.

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    Kelsi Jackson surveys the Kennebec River while eating lunch Wednesday on the Gardiner waterfront at the confluence of the river and Cobbosseecontee Stream. Jackson, of Gardiner, took in the view from one of 11 hand-painted chairs that were installed recently by the nonprofit Upstream, which advocates for fish restoration in the stream. Jackson, who recently moved from Portland, said she likes the tranquility and views of sturgeon that the chairs afford.

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    Phil Lynch, of Kennebec County Sheriff's Office, left, and Tim Falvey and Joshua Hammond, of Winthrop Police, run along Route 202 on Thursday during the Maine Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run in Winthrop. They had gotten the torch from Monmouth Police Department and were on the way to Augusta Country Club in Manchester to hand it off to the Maine Warden Service. The wardens were scheduled to give it to Augusta Police at the State House. The Special Olympics Summer Games are this weekend in at the University of Maine in Orono.

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    Madison's Sydney LeBlanc, right, is congratulated by team members as she crosses home plate after a home run Thursday against Maranacook.

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