Gray-New Gloucester High School boys’ soccer coach Mike Dehetre demonstrates how a particular drill is run during practice at the high school on September 24, 2020. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Bill Hamiltonpeers over his camera at the spires of the Basilica from hs home in Auburn on Monday morning. He has been trying to get a perfectly lined up pjhoto of the sun rising through the spires of the church, for the past 35 years. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Lucie Nolden, right, participates in a protest at Senator Collins office in Lewiston on Friday to demand that the senator strengthen her position on the Supreme Court vacancy. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Bill Hamilton looks out over the rising sun from his Goff Hill stoop in Auburn on Monday morning. Hamilton has been working on photo of the sun coming up through the spires of the Basilica, a phenomenon which lines up twice a year. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Ali Manning, from Bates College, leads a call and response chant in Dufresne Plaza in Lewiston, across from Senator Collins’ office. Protestors from the Sunrise Movement were demanding that the senator strengthen her position on the Supreme Court vacancy. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Claudette Gagnon of Lewiston has her picture taken with Donald Trump Jr. at Rolly’s Diner in Auburn on September 24, 2020. Gagnon is a Canadian citizen, but her “love” for Trump’s father, Donald Trump, has persuaded her to start the process of becoming a citizen of the United States. “I’m so anxious to become a citizen and it’s because President Trump has energized me,” said Gagnon. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Zander Dow, 8, of Lewiston rides his scooter at the Lewiston Skate Park on September 23, 2020. Dow is home-schooled and was taking a break from lessons by visiting the park with his 11-year-old brother, Blake, and father, Travis. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

John Landry stains the cedar fence Sunday in his front yard in Auburn. Landry said he built the fence years ago because he lives in an area with many children. “I guarantee I would have a path right across the yard if I didn’t have the fence,” Landry said. “I might as well pave it for the public.” Landry lives on the edge of “The Gully,” a popular spot with local kids. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo


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