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    One of Leah Moreau's pet turkeys ruffles his feathers as she picks up another Monday morning at her home business, Low Fat Bullies, in Turner where she breeds French bulldogs. A self-proclaimed animal lover, she has many roaming the property and in a backyard pond.

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    Cole Gibbs, left, and his brother Carson look for fish at the town beach on Bear Pond in Turner on Monday morning. The boys, another brother and their mother were there early before rain was expected later in the day.

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    Cathi Proulx of Auburn washes her hands with a foot operated sink at the Webster Street Community Garden in Auburn on Monday evening. Proulx is the "garden guide" who helps gardeners navigate the procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proulx, of St. Mary's Nutrition Center, said the city's two community gardens offer three options for gardeners. Some come on their own, some come when Proulx is present and some come at reserved times on Sundays to work alone. "It's been a nice progression," Proulx said about how the Nutrition Center has followed state guidelines while being able to accommodate the comfort level of community gardeners during the pandemic.

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    Traffic on College Street at Fortin Way in Lewiston has been rerouted most of Monday morning because of a water main break at a fire hydrant on College Street. The valve broke while the Fire Department was using it, according to a Lewiston water and sewer department employee working on the break. Traffic is being rerouted, and the crew hoped to have the repairs done by midafternoon.

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