Week In Photos Nov. 11-18, 2022 

November 19, 2022

Nathan Foye strings lights Thursday on a tree in Haymarket Square on Water Road in Augusta. City employees are brightening numerous trees in the city in advance of the vacations. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

An individual browses a slushy as well as snowy pathway Wednesday while passing a mural at The Lighthouse run by the Waterville Location Soup Kitchen Area on University Opportunity in Waterville. The day brought a freezing mix of snow, rainfall as well as sleet to the area. The National Climate Solution claims bright skies are anticipated to return Thursday with highs in the top 30s. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Guard

The Yarmouth sideline commemorates after gamers recuperated an onside kick complying with a proceed goal in eleventh hour of the 8-man big college football champion Saturday, Nov. 12 on Richer Area in Augusta. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Thomas University’s Andon Timber (11) dives for the loosened round versus Colby University on Tuesday at Colby University in Waterville. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Guard

Maine Assistant of State Shenna Bellows makes use of a laptop computer as she talks with the general public Tuesday throughout a Facebook Live feed that belonged to the placed selection inventories at the Maine State Office complex in Augusta. The inventory procedure, that included regarding 15 individuals, is revealed at the right. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Guard

Joey Buzzell, an electrical contractor with A/D Electric, prepares the traffic control Thursday at the crossway of Front, Key, Springtime as well as Water roads prior to the web traffic change late. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Guard

Rep.-elect Rachel Talbot Ross, D-Portland, motions towards the slapping participants of your home Autonomous caucus after they chose her their prospect for audio speaker of your house. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Hikers discover the Deer Route at the Ezra Smith Wild Animals Sanctuary on Sunday in Mt. Vernon. The fifty percent mile meander routes site visitors via the highest possible parts of the 125 acre story secured by the Kennebec Land Trust Fund. Like the substantial bulk of preserved tracts in Maine, the Ezra Smith Wild Animals Sanctuary is open all year. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

Lights from the winter assess the damp sidewalk of Key Road on Wednesday as a pedestrian goes through in midtown Waterville. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Guard

Firm A third Maine Routine Volunteer Infantry reenactors march past the tomb of Civil Battle soldier Charles R. Kitteridge throughout Veterans Day observances Friday in Readfield Edge burial ground. After regards in the burial ground, the team flaunted regarding a mile to Asa Gile Hall for a flag raising, wreath laying as well as speeches. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Rachael Quimby covers Xmas lights around a front veranda column Monday at her residence in Smithfield. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Guard

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