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    Gov. Paul LePage, center, listens as Randy Dicker of Pride Manufacturing announces on Wednesday the Burnham company will now mill pieces for the Lincoln Log company. At left is Walt Whitcomb, commissioner of agriculture, and at far right is Larry Fanelle of the K’NEX company.

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    Pride Manufacturing employee Rob Rines examines Lincoln Log pieces for quality at the Burnham mill on Wednesday.

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    Pride Manufacturing employee Bev LePage works on a machine Wednesday that sorts dowels to mill Lincoln Log pieces at the Burnham factory.

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    Pride Manufacturing company employee John Nelson places dowels on a machine that will mill them into Lincoln Log pieces at the Burnham company on Wednesday.

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    Gov. Paul LePage, left, examines a Lincoln Log piece that was milled at Pride Manufacturing company in Burnham on Wednesday. Looking on is Commissioner of Agriculture Walt Whitcomb and Randy Dicker of Pride.

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