In Focus: Oceanside High School graduation, election day and a 90-year old’s escape from his sinking boat

Posted June 12, 2013, at 7:45 a.m.
P.J. Spearing takes a photograph of two fellow Oceanside High School graduates -- Tyler Gilson, left, and Aaron Beal, center, shortly before the start of commencement ceremonies Tuesday evening at the Rockland school. Oceanside graduated 152 students.
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P.J. Spearing takes a photograph of two fellow Oceanside High School graduates -- Tyler Gilson, left, and Aaron Beal, center, shortly before the start of commencement ceremonies Tuesday evening at the Rockland school. Oceanside graduated 152 students. Buy Photo

&quotI cannot remember a voting day as slow as this."  said election clerk Dorothy Plummer on Tuesday. Plummer, second from left, checks Norah Bird, left, in as election clerk Carol Mower and election warden Geoff Gordon watch at the Orono Municipal building on Tuesday.
"I cannot remember a voting day as slow as this." said election clerk Dorothy Plummer on Tuesday. Plummer, second from left, checks Norah Bird, left, in as election clerk Carol Mower and election warden Geoff Gordon watch at the Orono Municipal building on Tuesday. Buy Photo
 Philip Tuttle, 90, of Great Island in Harpswell sits in his living room with bandaged legs Tuesday after he cut them climbing on rocks when his boat, the Queen Tut, sank Saturday.
Philip Tuttle, 90, of Great Island in Harpswell sits in his living room with bandaged legs Tuesday after he cut them climbing on rocks when his boat, the Queen Tut, sank Saturday. Buy Photo
Oceanside's Molly Mellor drops the ball as Old Town's Samantha Mills slides safely into second base during 3rd inning action on Monday at Old Town.Oceanside won 5-2.
Oceanside's Molly Mellor drops the ball as Old Town's Samantha Mills slides safely into second base during 3rd inning action on Monday at Old Town.Oceanside won 5-2. Buy Photo
A workman welds metal between the fifth and sixth floors above 142 High Street in Portland Monday afternoon where part of the brick facade separated from the building on Sunday.
A workman welds metal between the fifth and sixth floors above 142 High Street in Portland Monday afternoon where part of the brick facade separated from the building on Sunday. Buy Photo

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