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    BEST OF SHOW: Members of two vacationing families observe the partial solar eclipse at through some hand-improved solar glasses at Old Orchard Beach. From left: Paul Scango, Katie Vanlandingham, Samantha Scango, Avery Vanlandingham and Quinn Vanlandingham. (Staff photo by Ben McCanna)

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    FIRST PLACE, PEOPLE PHOTO: Mulhah Albadri twirls an American flag around her fingers as she sits in the nearly empty Portland City Council chambers after watching her son, Mohammed Al Mashakeel, become an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony at Portland City Hall. Albadri joined her son in the U.S. three years ago after fleeing( Iraq) from militias with her other two children. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup)

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    FIRST PLACE, PICTURE STORY: Hamdia Ahmed adjusts the strap on her high heel while standing in a line of contestants moments before walking out on to the stage at the Miss Maine USA pageant. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup)

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    SECOND PLACE, SPOT NEWS PHOTO: Kaylee Collin, right, and Spencer Stone walk through water along North Avenue in Camp Ellis in Saco on Sunday, March 4, 2018. The coastal neighborhood as well as other parts of the southern Maine coast were flooded for the third day in a row on Sunday. (Staff Photo by Gregory Rec)

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    SECOND PLACE, PEOPLE PHOTO: Matrix, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois, looks back at his handler, Joshua Robinson of Yarmouth Police Department, while traversing an obstacle course during a demonstration following their graduation from police training on Friday, June 9, 2017. (Staff photo by Derek Davis)

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    SECOND PLACE, PICTURE STORY: Maine lobsterman are plagued by opioid addiction, leading to fishing violations to pay for the habit, ruined lives and even deaths. Josh Kane is five years clean from a nine-year opioid addiction and says his alcoholism helped him hide his drug problem. He works now to encourage other fishermen to seek recovery treatment. (Staff Photo by Gregory Rec)

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    SECOND PLACE, PEOPLE PHOTO: Sidney Small, a sophomore at Carrabec High School walks outside to pose for a photo at her friend Katie Dixon's house. The prom, which is put on by the junior class, is a fundraiser for their senior year expenses. Because of the small size of the school, all students are invited to prom, not just juniors and seniors. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup)

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    SECOND PLACE, SPORTS PHOTO: Camden Hills Goalie Isabelle Lang celebrates with teammates Grace Blackwell and Claire Pierce after winning the state championship against Scarborough Saturday, November 4, 2017. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    THIRD PLACE, PICTURE STORY: Donna Wall of Lewiston, 60, who takes care of her three adult children with autism, puts in Christopher's eye drops. He and his brother, Brandon, have the cognitive abilities of toddlers. Wall lost her MaineCare insurance when the boys turned 18, and she's now in a coverage gap where she neither qualifies for Medicaid nor Affordable Care Act marketplace subsidies. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup)

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