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    Week in Photos June 2 – 8, 2019 - Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    Oak Hill High School seniors record a video Monday before graduation in Augusta.

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    MCI's Christa Carr throw the shot put during the Class B track and field state championship meet Saturday in Brewer.

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    Winslow's Meaghan Bernard throws the javelin during Class B track and field championship meet Saturday in Brewer.

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    Cony first baseman Kyle Douin, left, tags out Gardiner's Casey Bourque, who didn't beat the pickoff throw back to the bag and was out Friday in Gardiner.

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    Week in Photos June 2 – 8, 2019 - Morning Sentinel photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Waterville Senior High School student Ethan Nurick bursts through a sign that said "We Love Our Seniors" held by George Mitchell School students Tennyson Thibou, left, and Milo Taylor on Monday. The graduating seniors marched through the Mitchell, Albert Hall and junior high schools in Waterville in a show of success and incentive for the younger students.

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    Eric Croteau, 15, casts for fish while kayaking June 18, 2018 on Wilson Pond in Monmouth.

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    Monmouth runner Emma Johnson tries to avoid Hall-Dale infielder Isabella Marino as she lunges for the ball at third base during a Class C South quarterfinal game Thursday in Farmingdale.

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    Buckfield baserunner Kaleb Harvey, left, dives safely into second base ahead of throw to Richmond second baseman Nick Adams during a Class D South semifinal game on Friday June 7, 2019 at Richmond High School.

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    Members of Augusta Police Department and other agencies run with Maine Special Olympics torch Thursday along State Street in front of the Maine State House in Augusta. This leg took the torch from two other relays, coming from south through Hallowell and from west through Manchester, that had converged at the Law Enforcement Memorial. The Maine Special Olympics will take place this weekend at the University of Maine in Orono.

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    Workers from Custom Built Window & Door Systems of Warwick, Rhode Island, install storm windows over the stained glass on Wednesday at he Hubbard Free Library in Hallowell.

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    Week in Photos June 2 – 8, 2019 - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Hunter Lamarre nets alewives on Wednesday June 5, 2019 along the banks of Cobbossee Stream in Gardiner. Biology students from Gardiner Area High School have been catching and measuring fish as a research project this spring.

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    Cape Elizabeth High School student Aelamans Mann, left, and March For Our Lives Co-Founder David Hogg stand in hallway outside Senate President's office on Tuesday June 4, 2019 in the Welcome Center at the Maine State House in Augusta. Hogg and members of the Maine's March for our Lives group eventually met with Senate President Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, later in the Cross State Office Building. (Staff photo by Joe Phelan/Sta

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    Cony's Anna Reny wins her preliminary heat in 100 meter hurdles during state Class B track meet on Saturday June 1, 2019 in Brewer. She was second in finals. (Staff photo by Joe Phelan/Staff Photographer)

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    A kayaker drifts down the Messalonskee Stream near Mayflower Hill Drive in Waterville on Friday, June 7, 2019. Summer-like weather has finally arrived in the area offering perfect kayaking conditions. (Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans/Staff Photographer)

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    Waterville Senior High School's class of 2019 marches on Thursday in to the Harold Alfond Athletic Center at Colby College in Waterville for its commencement ceremony.

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    Skowhegan runner Sydney Ames scores on a wild pitch before Mt. Blue pitcher Maddy Smith can get the ball during a Class A North quarterfinal game Thursday in Skowhegan.

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    Winslow High School graduate Hailey Grenier, 17, takes a moment to look at her phone Wednesday as she waits for commencement ceremonies to begin at the Harold Alfond Athletic Center at Colby College in Waterville.

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    Activists stand in the rotunda at the Maine State House in Augusta on Tuesday to plead with their representatives and senators to say no to CMP’s NECEC powerline project to carry HydroQuebec electricity through Franklin, Somerset and Androscoggin counties and eventually to Massachusetts. Approximately 100 activists filled the rotunda.

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