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    Central Maine Wreath workers create Christmas wreaths and other holiday products at the Skowhegan company on Wednesday. In front, Jessica Dionne breaks fir boughs into bunches as Christie Meader, left, Belinda York, Bryan York and Penny Parks work inside a large Quonset hut filled with fragrant greenery.

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    Staff photo by David Leaming Tom McCarthy, owner of Central Maine Wreath in Skowhegan, loads large bunches of fir boughs on Wednesday that will be weighed for payment to the supplier. The company and 100 workers are busy making Christmas wreaths, kissing balls, centerpieces, cemetery blankets and garlands for the holidays. McCarthy, who has run the company for 35 years, said he plans to produce 20,000 products.

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    Staff photo by David Leaming Mike Herr lifts a heavy 48-inch Christmas wreath Wednesday at Central Maine Wreath in Skowhegan.

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    Fern and Bud Bard, of Waterville, walk along Quarry Road in Waterville early on Friday after an overnight snowfall,

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    Maranacook Community Middle School students watch pumpkins hit the pavement Monday at the school in Readfield after being dropped from a Central Maine Power bucket truck. The students were learning about Newton’s laws of physics for a class.

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    Staff photo by Joe Phelan Orono keeper Alik Espling, left, makes a save in front of Maranacook's Jason Brooks, center, while Orono's Mazime Neitschke defends during the Class C state championship game on Saturday in Portland.

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    Staff photo by Joe Phelan The Waterville girls soccer team celebrates after it edged Cape Elizabeth 1-0 in overtime to win the Class B state championship Saturday in Portland. Lydia Roy scored with 38 seconds left in the extra period to help the Panthers take the Gold Ball.

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    Early morning commuters drive along Mayflower Hill Drive after a fresh snow blanketed Waterville beginning late Thursday night. After a sunny day Saturday, there is a chance of more snow developing by Monday, according to National Weather Service forecasters.

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    Staff photo by Joe Phelan The Maranacook boys soccer team celebrates after it beat Orono 2-0 to win the Class C state championship Saturday in Portland.

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    Dirigo quarterback Riley Robinson, middle is sacked by Oak Hill defensive linemen Kyle Flaherty, left, and Mike Pease during a regional semifinals playoff game on Friday.

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    Oak Hill celebrates after beating Dirigo in the regional semifinals Friday in Dixfield.

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    Cindy Magoon touches the headstone of her mother, Bertha Pomerleau, at Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery in Augusta on Sunday. Families from across Maine were decorating the resting spots of veterans and their family members ahead of Veterans Day. Magoon and her husband, Richard, traveled from Jay to visit Pomerleau, who passed away in May at the age of 92.

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