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    Fall colors are a blur in this slow motion photo of a cyclist on Lewiston Junction Road in Auburn during Sunday's 8th Annual Dempsey Challenge Sunday morning.

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    Patrick Dempsey, second from right, is surrounded by family and friends as they make their way across the walking trestle from Auburn into Lewiston and Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston Sunday morning at the end of his ride.

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    Mystery Photo for October 2, 2016

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    Lewiston firefighters and police officers pay tribute on the overpass on Old Lisbon Road in Lewiston early Wednesday afternoon. They were showing their support for a convoy of vehicles and motorcycles escorting a piece of metal from the World Trade Center in New York City that was being transported to Newfoundland. It will be included in a display at the Gander airport, where 38 planes were diverted and grounded during the 2001 terrorist attacks. The small town rallied together to care for the 6,000 people stranded there as airports in the US were closed.

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    Patricia Read removes family photos from the wall of her mother's second floor apartment at 78 Oak Street in Lewiston Monday morning after a fire the night before destroyed the building that will be torn down in the next few days.

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    Natalie Staples, left and her brother David, of Brunswick, patiently wait with their father, Dean, center, for Gray Johnson and Bill Weld to arrive at Lewiston's Franco Center Friday night.

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    Instead of fancy, high priced shoes, Gary Johnson, right and his runningmate, Bill Weld, left, wear more practical attire as they stand on the stage of the Franco Center in Lewiston Friday night.

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    Two young men are cared for in Kennedy Park in Lewiston Friday night after a fight.

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    While Kyle Spence, 6, plays with his action figures, his brother Zach, 11, back right, wrestles with his friend Bret Binette, also 11, who lives nearby on Pond Road. The two older boys were trying to take each other down in Spence's pool on Buckley Street in Lewiston Thursday afternoon as they cooled off on Zach's birthday after a sleep over the night before.

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    Judea Willis of Lewiston does a backside boneless off the side of a bowl at the Lewiston Skatepark Wednesday afternoon.

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    Dave St.Hilaire, foreground, and his son Jake, from StHilaire Roofing in Lewiston, work on the slate and ridge cap of the Agora Grand Event Center in Lewiston Thursday morning. Hoisted nearly 200 feet in the air, they are completing the final renovation and maintenance at the former St. Patrick's Church. The steeple, according to historical records, is 220 feet high, making it one of the tallest structures in Maine.

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    A turkey vulture purches on the cross at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish on High Street in Sabattus Wednesday afternoon.

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    Jay Sawyer guides his f-bomb into position in front of University of Maine’s Emery Community Arts Center in Farmington Thursday afternoon. It was one of over 40 pieces from sculptor and metal artist Jay Sawyer of Warren. “Sculpture Soup” will run from Monday, Aug. 29, to Nov. 3. A reception for the Midcoast artist will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

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    Sawyer is framed by the letter U made up of screws.

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    Monmouth goalie Destiny Clough dives on the ball as Madison's Sydney LeBlanc tries to boot it past during Thursday's soccer game in Monmouth. Clough took a knee to the ribs and a cleat to the face on the save, but shook it off and continued to play.

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    Did the chicken cross the road.

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    Buzzy Metayer ties down a firefighters flag at the top of a 70' pine tree along the side of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge in Lewiston Last Friday morning.

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    A pair of cyclists ride along the Riverwalk in Lewiston with the finish line in site at the end of their ride Sunday morning during the Dempsey Challenge.

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    Kaelin Darlings, of Bath, is startled when an Emu from RMT Farms of Litchfield stuck it's head out from the fence at their booth at the Topsham Fair Friday afternoon.

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    After getting pestered by her brother Will while she was washing her holsteins, Sydney Bullard, 10 of Turner, sprays him as Reeve Twitchell, 12, washes another. Twitchell, the Bullards neighbor, was helping prepare the cows from the Bullard's farm, Brigeen Farms in Turner, for a showing at the Topsham Fair Saturday morning.

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    Mystery Photo for August 21, 2016

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    A butterfly feeds off a purple cone flower on the first hole at Augusta Country Club in Manchester during the opening round of Charlie's Maine Open golf tournament.

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    Riley Barter-Levine, 11, of Auburn, holds a rat, while another person holds a Guinea Pig at the Mainley Rat Rescue in Auburn booth in Great Falls Plaza Saturday morning during Auburn's first annual Summer Festival which continues through Sunday. They were holding the pets for people to hold and pet in order to get over their fear of the animals. Her mom is a "foster mother" for the local chapter who's mission is to rehabilitate and find homes for surrendered or abandoned domestic rats, as well as spreading awareness, education and support for this often misunderstood animal.

  • Action from Tuesday's final round of Charlie's Maine Open golf tournament at Augusta Country Club in Manchester.

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    Sarah Zucchero, of Portland, foreground, and Joanna McLarnan of Richmond, Indiana, glide through the air during Monday afternoon's Arfo-Modern dance class taught by Michel Kouaku on the campus of Bates College in Lewiston. The class is just one of dozens taking place during the Bates Dance Festival. For a schedule of performances, visit their website at:

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    A fawn wanders out onto the fairway of the second hole at the Augusta Country Club during the first round of Charlie's Maine Open golf tournament in Manchester Monday morning.

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    A digital filter has been applied to create a unique look to this photo of Ricky MacDougall, of Monmouth, who is riding along Main Street in Monmouth in search of returnables Tuesday afternoon. "I do this most every day. It is awfully hot today, but I'll be doing it else someplace else tomorrow."

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    Logan Levensalor, 12, of Bangor, cruises through a giant puddle on Pleasant Street in Lisbon Falls shortly after Friday's downpour. He was in town visiting his father, who lives in Lisbon.

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    Autumn Smith, 17, ducks under the water as she plays peek a boo with her 2 year old sister Evelina as they cool off Thursday night at Martin Point on Sabattus Pond.

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    Ellieanne Marino, 2 of Greene can't quite decide if she is frightended or not by a butterfly that was just released during Sunday morning's 8th annual Butterfly Release Celebration put on by Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice at the Hospice House in Auburn. Several hundred people were at the event where butterflies were released in honor of loved ones who's who are being cared for or have been cared for by AHCH and had their names read prior to the release. Her grandmother was cared for by the organization exactly a year ago before she passed away.

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    Allyana David, 5, of Greene, squeals with delight as her mother Kelly, releases dozens of butterflies from one of several baskets during Sunday morning's 8th annual Butterfly Release Celebration put on by Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice at the Hospice House in Auburn. Several hundred people were at the event where butterflies were released in honor of loved ones who's who are being cared for or have been cared for by AHCH and had their names read prior to the release.

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    Rogers Post 153's Drew Lashua dives for a line drive that went through for a hit during Wednesday night's playoff Legion baseball game against Pastime.

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    Pastime coach Jake Brown is showered with water after Wednesday night's victory against Rogers Post 153 to advance the team to next week's state legion baseball tournament in Augusta.

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    Emma St. Pierre, 10, of Wales, can't decide which item she wanted to buy at the Glass Bottle Creations booth during Friday's Art in the Park at Simard Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston. The glass art, that starts with full bottles and is melted in a 1,500 degree oven where various items melt into the glass, creating unique shapes and designs. It was just one of several dozen booths that were part of the new event.

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    Dickens, a 9 year old Arabian Stallion, peers over the fence at the former Hooper Farm in Bryant Pond Tuesday morning. He is one of the last horses that remain on the farm after the longtime owners sold the property to the Hallett family, who plan to continue breeding horses on the iconic property..

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    A damselfly takes a break on a water lily flower on South Pond in Woodstock Tuesday afternoon.

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    Lewiston High School graduate Meagan Murphy, second from right on top, and 44 other cheerleaders from across the state practice one of their routines Thursday morning at Central Maine Community College in Auburn. They have been practicing all week for this Saturday's Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic in Biddeford at 4:00. The High School Senior All-Star football game is a Kora Shrine sponsored event where 100% of the net proceeds from the game are for the benefit of the 22 Shrine Hospitals for Children across the US, Canada, and Mexico.

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    Chamber president Matt Leonard, left, watches Patrick Dempsey hold up the ceremonial cup he just presented the famous actor after speaking to a capacity crowd gathered at Lost Valley in Auburn Thursday morning during the chamber's monthly breakfast.

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    The occupants of the SUV, foreground, look on as Lewiston Fire and United Ambulance personel tend to the elderly couple of another vehicle that collided with them at the corner of Sabattus Streets and Dow avenue in Lewiston Sunday afternoon. The two young girls refused medical treatment at the scene, but the elderly couple in the other vehicle were taken to the hospital with what appeared to be non life threatening injuries. According to a witness at the scene, the SUV pulled out of Dow Avenue and did not see the compact Chevrolet coming down Sabattus Street when they collied.

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    Camp North Woods campers jump off the dock Tuesday morning at the Maine 4-H Camp and Learning Center at Bryant Pond.

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    Gabrielle Zlotkowski, right, a camper at Camp North Woods in Bryant Pond, intentionally flips her canoe with councelor Wendy Wegner in Bryant Pond Tuesday morning. They were working with Maine Game Wardens, learning how to stay calm and with the help from others, empty their canoe and get back in while still in the water at Camp North Woods at the University of Maine 4-H Camp.

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    Ridwan Hussein, of Auburn, who came from Kenya, takes a selfie with friends in front of the Lewiston Armory after Wednesday mornings prayers that marked the conclusion of Ramadan for U.S. Muslims, otherwise known as Eid al-Fitr. Ramadan is a time that followers of the Islamic faith fast from sunrise to sunset each day as part of a fasting ritual. The period also means no drinking as well as no sexual interactions. The month long celebration takes place on different dates around the world so not all Ramadan celebrations are taking place at the same time. The lunar cycles mean that the dates for Eid can vary around 11 days every year. Muslims believe that Ramadan is the time their holy book, the Qu'ran, was revealed to mankind through their Prophet Muhammad.

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    Trainer Joe Nelson takes Mercenary for a training trott around the Farmington Fairgrounds Friday morning. The horse will be racing on Monday in Bangor after winning 3 of it's last 4 races. Nelson's son Ryan, who helps his father train and take care of area horses, right, lets Bettor Buns graze as the standard breed has the next two weeks off from racing to rest up. Joe was selected as the Maine Harness Racing Commission Trainer of the Year last year.

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    Olivia Tassinari, 6, of Minot takes a break from picking strawberries at Chipman Farms in Minot Saturday morning to sample one of the sweet berries while her mom, Stephanie offers one to her other daughter Harper, 2. Most pick your own strawberry businesses are now open as the warm weather has made them super sweet and juicy. To see more photos from Chipman's and Gillespie Farms in New Gloucester visit

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    Michelle Richards, of Lewiston, gets some help from her daughter Hannah while planting in the Blake Street Community garden recently.

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    Valerie Doucette of Lisbon drives a golf cart to the next tee at Apple Valley Golf Course in Lewiston Friday morning during the first of a 9 week junior golf clinic. ”The goal of the Hopkins Junior Golf Clinic is "to teach kids first the basics of golf, but also the principles of golf that are important in everyday life: Respect, honesty, fairness and competitiveness.“ said lead instructo Chad Hopkins. Over 100 kids of all abilities showed up to the first clinic that included instruction a chance to play the course. For more information and to sign up for future classes, visit:

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    Winter Rainey, 12, heads out on Pennesseewassee Lake in Norway Thursday morning with her sisters and mother. The family from Norway gets out on the water in their colorful kayaks as often as possible, especially on beautiful days like Thursday.

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