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    Tyler Wing, 15, delivers a punch Wednesday to Brendan Palmer, 16, during a sparring match at Sherwin Street Park in Waterville.

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    Naomi York, of Oakland, finds some color on an otherwise dreary day Thursday at the vegetable stand at the Waterville Farmers Market.

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    Brian Fraser tempts his Pomeranian, Trinket, with a ball as Dixie waits patiently during a play session Friday at Head of Falls in downtown Waterville.

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    Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans People wave from the Merry-go-Round at a previous Farmington Fair. The fair runs Sunday through Saturday.

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    The ropes hanging in the old hose drying tower are seen in this photo taken on Thursday in the Hallowell fire house.

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    Reed & Reed Inc. worker Bob St. Pierre clips a piece of wire Wednesday to secure reinforcing steel on the deck of the new bridge the firm is constructing over the Kennebec River between Richmond and Dresden. Tom Reed, who is overseeing the project for the Woolwich company, said he hopes to have the bridge open by Thanksgiving. Crews will then begin to disassemble the old swing bridge below.

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    Albert S. Hall fifth-graders Jacob Luff, 11, left, and Eleanor King, 10, stand with a sack of donated onions at the school in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    Bicyclists tour the Theater at Monmouth in Cumston Hall Monday during a ride through the community. The Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s seven-day ride came through Wayne and Monmouth on its way to Winthrop on Monday, and more than 275 bicyclists will stay overnight in Gardiner on Tuesday.

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    Dustin Mattson, of Madison, teaches his 1-year-old son Breyden how to skip rocks from the dock at the public boat launch on Water Street in Waterville on Monday.

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    People look over some of about 125 cars and trucks on display Saturday during the fifth annual All Mopar Car Show at the Darling Chrysler Dodge dealership on Western Avenue in Augusta. The event was a fundraiser for the United Bikers of Maine Toy Run, which is scheduled for Sunday.

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    Iver Lofving, of Skowhegan, shows off the painting he created of the Skowhegan Indian sculpture on Saturday during a plein aire painting session held before the sculpture was re-dedicated.

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    A view of the back of the Skowhegan Indian sculpture reveals the detail that Maine artist Bernard Langlais worked in to his 62-foot tall sculpture. The re-dedicated Indian sculpture has been returned to it’s original color and graces the town as it was originally intended.

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    The Skowhegan Indian sculpture as seen on Saturday before a re-dedication of the statue originally created by Bernard Langlais as a tribute to Maine’s Indians.

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    Judy Winterling, of Canaan, photographs her son Joschka as he stands with the newly refurbished Skowhegan Indian sculpture on Saturday before a re-dedication for the 62-foot tall wooden piece created by Bernard Langlais in 1969.

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