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    Skowhegan police officer honored after fire - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Donald Skilling, chairman of the Board of Selectmen, honors Officer Timothy Williams at the Skowhegan town office on Tuesday. Williams was recognized by town officials for his heroic actions that saved a mother and child from a burning mobile home.

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    Skowhegan police officer Timothy Williams enjoys a moment with his year-and-a-half-old daughter Alayna after being honored for his heroic action by town officials at the Skowhegan town office on Tuesday.

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    Donald Skilling, chairman of the Board of Selectmen, greets Officer Timothy Williams at the Skowhegan town office on Tuesday.

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    Andrea Curtis and her son, Tyler Curtis-Benson, who were rescued from a fire in Skowhegan Friday night.

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    Firefighters from Skowhegan, Canaan and Madison, as well as Skowhegan and state police, responded to a report of a fire Friday night at this residence off North Avenue in Skowhegan.

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