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    Executive director Theresa Silsby leads a Saturday tour of P.AL.S. No Kill Cat Shelter in Winthrop.

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    Madison wide receiver Cameron Cobb, left, and Lisbon linebacker Colin House fight for the ball during a game Saturday in Lisbon.

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    Messalonskee's Andrew Everett, left, can't reach Mt. Blue quarterback Hunter Meeks as he scores a touchdown Friday in Oakland.

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    Madison 20 halfback Kaleb Nichols, left, who fumbled it, Lisbon 25 defensive end Nick Blair and 33 Cam Bourget scramble for loose ball during a game on Saturday September 14, 2019 on Thompson Field at Lisbon High School.

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    Week in Photos Sept. 15-21, 2019 - Kennebec Journal staff photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    State Police and Department of Corrections canine handlers salute Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the remains of Farmington Fire Rescue Captain Michael Bell during an escort through Augusta to Farmington. Bell was killed in an explosion Monday that also injured six other firefighters and a maintenance worker at the LEAP building in Farmington.

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    Tom Cote, 8, flies off a jump Tuesday on the mountain bike pump track in the back yard of his Monmouth home. The clay circuit of bumps, rollers and jumps was built with his brother, Isaac, to keep the neighborhood on wheels, Tom said.

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    Chase Nutter, right, and Chris Dutill fold Wednesday September 18, 2019 an American flag recovered from Belgrade Town House. Nutter, a seasonal maintenance worker for the town, and Dutill, who manages the town's facilities and serves as the sexton, removed contents of the 19th Century structure ahead of restoration work.

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    Parker Harris, 16, of Farmington, tosses rings Tuesday night while trying to win a large stuffed animal at the Ring-A-Bottle game during the 179th Farmington Fair in Farmington. After a deadly explosion on Monday, the fair shut down, but reopened on Tuesday.

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    University of Maine at Farmington students react Tuesday as the procession honoring Capt. Michael Bell of the Farmington Fire Rescue Department passes campus. Bell, 68, was killed in a building explosion Monday morning. Students reported being awakened by the explosion. Classes were canceled Tuesday morning at the university.

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    Wilton firefighters Stephanie Ellis, left, and Brett Osgood hold dogs they recovered from a fatal building explosion scene in Farmington Monday.

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    An officer gathers information folowing a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Morrigan Knox-McLeod waves to bikers Sunday on Water Street during the red sand event in Skowhegan. The sand  was poured into cracks on a sidewalk to draw attention to human trafficking.

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    Melissa Scott, left, hugs Kayleigh Fontaine on Wednesday while watching for Farmington firefighter Joseph Hastings to pass by the explosion site on his way home from the hospital in Farmington.

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    Mt. Blue's Eva Stevens (12) collides with Cony's Anna Reny (23) on Tuesday in Farmington.

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    Fire Marshal investigator Larry Moral carries Fire Capt. Michael Bell's helmet to Stephan Bunker of the Farmington Fire Department at 313 Farmington Falls Road in Farmington on Tuesday. The helmet was found amid the rubble from Monday’s explosion.

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    Fire Marshal investigator Ken MacMaster, left center, hugs the son of Capt. Michael Bell, who was killed in the explosion at 313 Farmington Falls Road in Farmington on Monday. The son, J.T. Bell, was given his father’s helmet, which was also worn by his grandfather, after it was found in the debris of the explosion on Tuesday.

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    Investigators retrieve the helmet of Fire Capt. Michael Bell from the rubble at 313 Farmington Falls Road in Farmington on Tuesday. Bell, 68, was killed in Monday's propane explosion at the LEAP building.

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    Farmington firefighters carry the helmet of Fire Capt. Michael Bell, draped in a cloth, after retrieving it Tuesday from the rubble at 313 Farmington Falls Road in Farmington. Bell, 68, was killed in Monday's explosion at the LEAP building.

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    Nokomis High School's Jayden Brooks (15) makes a catch as he is defended by Winslow High School's Cody Ivey (22) and Isaiah Goldsmith (28) in Winslow on Saturday, September. 14, 2019. (Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans/Staff Photographer)

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    Somerset County reporter for the Morning Sentinel, Doug Harlow, emerges May 3, 2018, from the Skowhegan Morning Sentinel bureau on the last day of its use in Skowhegan.

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    Richmond's Laura Brown, left, follows through on a shot and collides with North Yarmouth Academy keeper Carly Downey during a game Wednesday in Richmond.

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    A tractor pulls a round baler through a field of cut hay Wednesday in Bowdoinham. The National Weather Service forecast calls for clear sunny weather through the weekend, which should be good for drying hay.

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    Skowhegan's Bhreagh Kennedy (8) celebrates after scoring on a penalty stroke against Messalonskee during a game Tuesday in Oakland.

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    A pollen-covered bee crawls over a sunflower Friday in Hallowell.

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    Keynote speaker Noel Paul Stookey opened his speech Friday at the University of Maine at Augusta convocation by singing "Right Field." Stookey is a renowned singer and songwriter who was a member of the legendary trio Peter, Paul and Mary.

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    Gas technicians and Augusta Firefighters inspect Thursday September 19, 2019 propane tanks at the Department of Health and Human Services next to a ventilator after the building was evacuated do to a reported gas leak.

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