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    Steam swirls around Joe Suga as he adjusts a valve on his evaporator on March 6 in Vassalboro. The Suga family has been selling evaporators and other maple syrup production equipment for 25 years at Suga Country Products in Vassalboro.

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    University of Maine's Kelly Fogarty (20) is announced before an America East Conference quarterfinal game against University of Vermont on Wednesday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

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    Richmond/Hall-Dale's Logan Dupont celebrates from the bench during a Unified basketball game against Cony on Tuesday in Farmingdale.

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    Travis Burns, of Pittston, pans for gold Tuesday in Cobbossee Stream in Gardiner. "Thought I'd chill my hands and enjoy the outdoors," Burns said.

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    A flock of vultures circle the Water Street building with offices of the State of Maine's Center for Disease Control & Prevention, a department of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services in Augusta.

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    Men wait for their boat's motor to fire up Monday before an inaugural cruise on the Kennebec River in Gardiner. The men, who declined to identify themselves, said they work as worm diggers and expected to be on the water soon.

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    Isaac Andrews, 16, paddles upstream Sunday in the Kennebec River near his home in Hallowell. Andrews said the the tidal water was safe to explore before spring runoff commences.

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    Maine Maple Producers President Scott Dunn, of Buxton, watches as Gov. Janet Mills hangs a sap bucket on a spile she hammered into the tree during a Maine Maple Sunday promotional event Tuesday at the Blaine House in Augusta. The annual tradition sets the stage for Maine Maple Sunday, which will be celebrated March 22 this year. The event is an opportunity to pay tribute to an industry that is estimated to generate 8.7 million in economy activity and support more than 800 full- and part-time jobs across the state. Maine has the largest maple producing county in the country — Somerset County — and is home to the third largest syrup industry in the country, according to a news release from the governor's office. The full list of participating Maine Maple Producers can be viewed at mainemapleproducers.com.

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    First Selectman Chris Johnson speaks Saturday during the Somerville special town meeting.

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    People console one another Wednesday morning following a residential fire off Church Road in Sidney.

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    Jaylen McConnell, two, pushes her trike while riding bikes with her sister and uncle at their Skowhegan home Tuesday.

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    The moon shines through windows at Miller Library at Colby College in Waterville Sunday night.

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    Walkers are seen in the archway of Somerset Abbey in Madison on Monday amid mild temperatures that reached around 60 degrees.

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    University of Maine's Maeve Caroll, right, rejects a shot from University of Vermont's Hanna Crumble (10) in the first half of an America East Conference quarterfinal game Wednesday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

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    The dance chorus rehearses Wednesday for Chizzle Wizzle musical variety show at Cony High School in Augusta. The theme of this year’s show will be “In Your Dreams.” There are about 120 students participating on stage and behind the scenes according to Lindsey Morin, producer and director of Chizzle Wizzle. This is the 129th year for the variety show.

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    Dr. Nirav Shah, director of the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, during a press conference Wednesday.

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    Bryce Stevens, center, taps a maple tree Tuesday while working with classmates Detric Bailey, above, and Shalomi Goewey in the sugar bush at the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences on the Good Will-Hinckley campus in Fairfield. The public charter high school has built its own maple sugar shack for a course being taken by the ninth grade.

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    Maine players from left, Kira Barra, Dor Saar and Anne Simon celebrate with teammates after beating UMass-Lowell in an America East semifinal Sunday in Orono.

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    A young person walks past columns Sunday while leaving the Miller Library at Colby College in Waterville.

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    Ben Rapperport, flies in the air as he spikes the ball during a game of spike ball at Colby College in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Colby College students gather for an impromptu get-together after learning the school year will end abruptly due to the coronavirus pandemic in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Colby College pitcher Emery Dinsmore (1) delivers a pitch to a Bowdoin College batter in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Colby College roommates and friends Nani Pollem, right facing, and Maya Rebitzer embrace on Thursday after learning that students need to start moving off campus by this weekend and resume classes remotely later this month through online courses, in response to the spread of coronavirus. The students said they had become close friends and wouldn't see each other for six months.

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    Empty chairs line the room after a program and lunch were cancelled at Colby College's Pugh Center in Waterville on Thursday, following the announcement that students need to start moving off campus by this weekend and resume classes remotely later this month through online courses, in response to the spread of coronavirus.

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