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    Oakland Fire Chief Dave Coughlin looks at a burning grinder belt under a machine used to grind debris that was seriously damaged by fire at the Oakland Transfer Station on Tuesday.

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    Jack Rawcliffe observes an excavator roll into the shed at the former T.W. Dick fabrication business in Gardiner on Monday. Rawcliffe's employer, J.E. Butler LLC of Holden, is demolishing the site.

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    Bishop Robert Deeley takes part in the blessing of the cross that was erected at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery in Waterville on Wednesday. The discarded cross that once graced the roof of the St. Francis de Sales Church was located, restored and erected in the cemetery.

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    Colby College students and staff assemble on the steps of Miller Library after marching on campus in a protest against hate and against immigration policies proposed by president-elect Donald Trump.

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    Matt Skehan, director of Waterville Parks and Recreation, right, examines the bark of a 120-year-old elm tree in Castonquay Square in Waterville as Noah Tucker of Bartlett Tree Experts, left, Waterville City Manager Michael Roy and Dave Higgins observe on Wednesday. Efforts are underway to determine the health of the tree.

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    Paul Peaslee, left, and Randy Heath unload Christmas trees from a trailer as they set up Peaslee's tree stand on Friday, Nov. 25, on Main Street in Farmingdale. Peaslee said that his family has been selling wreathes and trees from the Webber's Ice Cream parking lot for more than 20 years.

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    Ella Duplessis, 3, of Manchester, puts a raffle ticket into a slot on a plastic candy cane Friday, Nov. 25, in the River of Trees display in downtown Augusta. The display is in the former Stacy's card and gift shop at 243 Water St. It ran through Sunday. The money from the sale of tickets was split, with 20 percent supporting the Colonial Theatre restoration project and the remainder going to the Augusta Downtown Alliance. Local businesses donated artificial trees lit with LED lights and nonglass ornaments along with $500 to $1,000 in retail gifts. The trees were decorated to appeal to children, families and adults and were available for the winning raffle ticket purchaser.

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    Ryan Wing, left, and his father-in-law, Herb Hamel, hang a rafter on a firewood shed Sunday at Wing's home in Monmouth. The men managed to hang all the roof beams on the out building that will keep firewood dry.

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