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    Roy Tisdale, of Augusta, carries his purchases out of the store Wednesday at Pyro City fireworks store in Manchester.

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    Waterville firefighter Katie Hennessy stands at the scene of a car versus utility pole accident Monday night on Water Street in Waterville.

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    Dave Shaw, standing, and Sue Paradis perform a duet of "Take Me Home Country Roads" during the Bailey Ukulele group rehearsal Thursday near the shores of Maranacook Lake in Winthrop's Norcross Point. The group was founded about six years ago by Lucinda Coombs and Ellie Schneid. They have about 25 people on the membership list and usually get 12-14 at rehearsals. Before the coronavirus pandemic changed everything, they used to rehearse at the the C.M. Bailey Public Library in Winthrop.

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    A family kayaks to the ever growing island on the Kennebec River below the falls on Monday in Waterville. Anglers take advantage of the cooler nights for both a better run of fish and relief from the sunshine as drought and high temperatures saturated the area.

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    Sisters Christine Vanadestine, left, and Rachel Dunn lean into a window for a photo Tuesday in downtown Waterville. The women and their mother, Carol Dunn of Lisbon, were dining in for lunch at the Silver Street Tavern. Vanadestine is from Winslow. Her sister is from Branford, Connecticut.

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    The Miller's Pride Food Trailer sits in the outdoor seating area Thursday at Bateau Brewing in downtown Gardiner.

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    Week In Photos June 27 – July 3, 2020 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Free toys at a roadside table in China on Thursday await a new home.

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    A great blue heron is seen Monday on the Sebasticook River in Winslow.

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    Monmouth Academy 2020 graduate Amber Currie returns a serve while playing tennis Tuesday with fellow alumni Kaitlin Hunt and Ed Zuis at Hall-Dale High School in Farmingdale. The varsity athletes and classmates started playing tennis with each other to exercise at a social distance.

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    A walker passes near an archway Tuesday at Colby College in Waterville. The college's 2,000 students, who will arrive in waves, and its 1,000 faculty and staff will receive 85,000 tests for coronavirus in the fall semester, administered through the Broad Institute.

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    A dog walker Sunday night enjoys RiverWalk at Head of Falls in Waterville.

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    Sarah Hickey braids the hair of her daughter, Abigail, 9, Tuesday outside the entrance of their Gardiner home. The duo were planning to camp in their back yard.

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