In Focus: Fun in the snow, UMaine bus crash and red deer

Posted March 01, 2013, at 1:39 p.m.
Zeb Raszmann shovels a sidewalk on the the corner of Temple and Spring streets in Portland on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, as the latest winter storm pelts the city with rain, snow and wind.
Zeb Raszmann shovels a sidewalk on the the corner of Temple and Spring streets in Portland on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, as the latest winter storm pelts the city with rain, snow and wind. Buy Photo
Several wooden signs guide hikers through the trail network of Kingdom Woods Conservation Area on Feb. 22, 2013, in Blue Hill. The trails form three loops.
Several wooden signs guide hikers through the trail network of Kingdom Woods Conservation Area on Feb. 22, 2013, in Blue Hill. The trails form three loops. Buy Photo
During a stop at the Kennebunk rest stop on the Maine Turnpike Wednesday, University of Maine women's basketball players point guard Courtney Anderson (left) and forward Liz Wood talk about the crash that wrecked their team bus Tuesday night.
During a stop at the Kennebunk rest stop on the Maine Turnpike Wednesday, University of Maine women's basketball players point guard Courtney Anderson (left) and forward Liz Wood talk about the crash that wrecked their team bus Tuesday night. Buy Photo
Rachele Burns, center, embraces Danielle Walczak while Chantel Charles, right, and other members of the University of Maine women's basketball team arrive back home to a crowd of family and friends on Wednesday, February 27, 2013. The bus the team was travelling on crashed Tuesday after the driver collapsed over the steering wheel, sending the bus across five lanes of traffic and into a stand of trees.
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Rachele Burns, center, embraces Danielle Walczak while Chantel Charles, right, and other members of the University of Maine women's basketball team arrive back home to a crowd of family and friends on Wednesday, February 27, 2013. The bus the team was travelling on crashed Tuesday after the driver collapsed over the steering wheel, sending the bus across five lanes of traffic and into a stand of trees. Buy Photo
Sophia Galvan, 6, of Tampa, Fla., raises her hands as she rides in the dog sled with her mother Yolanda at the Hermon Mountain ski area Wednesday. Sophia and her family have spent the past week in Maine with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation that made her wish of seeing snow, building a snowman and going snowtubing come true. She is fighting nasopharyngeal rhabdomyosarcoma, a form of cancer which involves soft tissue tumors in children.
Sophia Galvan, 6, of Tampa, Fla., raises her hands as she rides in the dog sled with her mother Yolanda at the Hermon Mountain ski area Wednesday. Sophia and her family have spent the past week in Maine with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation that made her wish of seeing snow, building a snowman and going snowtubing come true. She is fighting nasopharyngeal rhabdomyosarcoma, a form of cancer which involves soft tissue tumors in children. Buy Photo
Mark Drew, farm manager, holds antlers shed naturally by a stag being bred for &quotheavy mass, which means heavy velvet," said Drew, at Shakaree Red Deer Farm in New Limerick.
Mark Drew, farm manager, holds antlers shed naturally by a stag being bred for "heavy mass, which means heavy velvet," said Drew, at Shakaree Red Deer Farm in New Limerick. Buy Photo

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