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    Main Street in Fort Kent is seen Saturday morning, November 1, 2014, as the community reacts after a week of national media attention following the return of Kaci Hickox to her boyfriend Ted Wilbur's house. Hickox was in Sierra Leone treating Ebola patients. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    James Thibobeau sips his morning coffee at Twins Service Station in Fort Kent, on Tuesday. Thibobeau, 74, has lived in Fort Kent all of his life, and heard Kaci Hickox was out of quarantine and into Fort Kent on the television yesterday. "I'm kind of hoping nothing will happen, and she'll self quarantine." Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    aint Louis Parish priest James Nadeau stands in the cathedral, which was constructed by townspeople in Fort Kent in the early 1900's on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Saint Louis Parish priest James Nadeau stands in the cathedral, which was constructed by townspeople in Fort Kent in the early 1900's on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer)

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    Abraham Desjardins stands in in the lumber portion of his father's business, Desjardins' Project Place, where he recently started working full time after graduating high school in Fort Kent, ME on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A man drives a tractor down Main Street in Fort Kent, creating a traffic jam of sorts, Saturday morning. The Fort Kent community reacts after a week of national media attention following the return of Kaci Hickox to her boyfriend Ted Wilbur's house. Hickox was in Sierra Leone treating Ebola patients. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Jimmy Huang prepares food at the China Garden, which he has owned and worked worked for nearly to 15 years, in Fort Kent, ME on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Sherry Tan prepares food for the buffet at the China Garden in Fort Kent, ME on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Cary Daigle watches as his son, Jacon, 9, and daughter, Mackena, 8, of Fort Kent, touch a dead deer strapped to the hood of a Jeep in the parking lot of Rock's Diner in Fort Kent Saturday. Cary just relocated his family back to Fort Kent, his hometown, after living in Halfmoon, N.Y., for more than 20 years. The Fort Kent community reacts after a week of national media attention following the return of Kaci Hickox to her boyfriend Ted Wilbur's house. Hickox was in Sierra Leone treating Ebola patients. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Logs wait on the railway in Fort Kent, ME on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Logs wait on the railway in Fort Kent, ME on Thursday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Lifetime Fort Kent resident Crystal Michaud watches her tables at the China Garden in Fort Kent, ME, on Thursday. "I visited Boston once, and it was a culture shock; I'm a country girl for sure," Michaud said. (Photo by Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer)

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    Barbara Dionne cuts hair inside her studio on Main Street in Fort Kent at 7 a.m. Saturday. The Fort Kent community reacts after a week of national media attention following the return of Kaci Hickox to her boyfriend Ted Wilbur's house. Hickox was in Sierra Leone treating Ebola patients. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Kaci Hickox and Ted Wilbur hold a press conference outside their home in Fort Kent, ME on Friday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Josh Shaw, 14, rides his scooter through his neighborhood in Fort Kent, ME on Thursday. Kaci Hickox returned to Fort Kent, bringing media, state and community attention to her presence in the town during the 21 days after returning from Sierra Leone. "I think people are kind of over it, a little," Shaw said. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Abraham Desjardins stands in in the lumber portion of his father's business, Desjardins' Project Place, where he recently started working full time after graduating high school in Fort Kent, ME on Thursda. Kaci Hickox has brought Fort Kent into the national spotlight, after she returned to Maine following a dispute over mandatory quarantine in New Jersey. "She's a nurse, so she must know what she's doing," Desjardins said. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A man crosses Hall Street in Fort Kent Saturday, as the community reacts after a week of national media attention following the return of Kaci Hickox to her boyfriend Ted Wilbur's house. Hickox was in Sierra Leone treating Ebola patients. (Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    A Canadian flag hangs in the town of Fort Kent, ME, where Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox will return following her mandatory quarantine in New Jersey on Tuesday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Broadcast television equipment stands in the main stretch of Fort Kent, ME, where Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox will return following her mandatory quarantine in New Jersey on Tuesday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Tim Desjardins looks out the window of Stevie DJ's Panini Plus over morning coffee in Fort Kent, on Tuesday. Desjardins has a daughter who attends the University of Maine at Fort Kent, and told her to not grab doors with bare hands, to be precautions as Kaci Hickox and her boyfriend Ted Wilbur return to Fort Kent after Hickox's mandatory quarantine. "It sounds cliche, but it is a free country. Though, it is a small town here, and people are going to have opinions on what should happen," Desjardins said. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Railroad employees guide a train through town carrying lumber in Fort Kent, on on Tuesday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    A lumber transport truck drives past the town of Fort Kent, where Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox will return following her mandatory quarantine in New Jersey on Tuesday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    The town of Fort Kent, where Ted Wilbur and Kaci Hickox will return following her mandatory quarantine in New Jersey on Tuesday. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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