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    Roger Barber inspects the large bees nest at his home in Clinton on Tuesday. The nest is four feet off the ground in an apple tree. Barber says the short distance may imply a mild winter for snow, as the belief is the higher the nest the harsher the winter. "I think we are in for a green Christmas with less snow this winter but it will cold," Barber said, contrary to forecasters predicting a harsh winter.

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    Winthrop/Monmouth receiver Nate Scott hauls in an 18-yard TD pass on fourth down to put Ramblers up 17-14 with 16 seconds left in the Class D South championship game Saturday, Nov. 12, at Maxwell Field in Winthrop.

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    After winds blew hard late last week, Randy Goodrich had plenty of leaves to burn at his home in Sidney on Tuesday.

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    Nolan and Brooklyn Kelly work on the Pool Tech family Christmas tree as Don Breton, background, strings lights for the Huhtamki tree while setting up for the Sukeforth Family Festival of Trees at the Hathaway Creative Center in Waterville on Monday,. The 2nd annual benefit began Friday, Nov. 18. Proceeds from raffle tickets go to the Meals on Wheels program and Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area. The winning raffle holder gets to keep the tree and all the gift products.

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    The Rev. Carie Johnsen, of the Unitarian Universalist Community Church, lights candles Tuesday as Claire Cline, of the Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is, does a reading to open the multifaith service of healing, hope and unity sponsored by Capital Area Multi-faith Association at Johnsen's church in Augusta. Representatives from several area faith communities took part in the event.

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    CAP.cutline_standalone:Debby Sliva Violette rides her horse Sunday along Cony Road in Augusta. Violette said she recently moved to the city and rides her mounts "just about everywhere."

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    Maine Central Institute's David Young is known to catch ball with one hand as he did during practice on Wednesday.

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    Justice Nancy Mills is applauded Monday by Judge Evert Fowle, center, and graduates of the Co-Occuring Disorders and Veterans Court during a graduation ceremony at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta. Mills founded both courts and has turned over the gavel to Fowle.

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    MCI players Travis Brunette (20), Adam Bertrand (6) and Jeff Boutwell (30) celebrate after the Huskies beat Dexter 41-0 to win the Little Ten Conference championship game Friday, Nov. 11, in Pittsfield.

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    Holly York and Butch Mitchell hoist a seven-point buck Monday onto scales at the Fayette Country Store. John Baker, 78, shot the 176-pound buck at a spot in Fayette where he's hunted for decades. York said she's been weighing tagged deer at the family store since she was 12, and 80 have been hoisted this season. "I love it," York said of the weighing chore. "Deer season is my favorite."

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