InFocus: Felines, fences and farms

Posted April 05, 2013, at 1:32 p.m.
Geometry and a picture of Simba the cat adorn the chalk board in Tina Soucy's math class at Westbrook High School Thursday.
Geometry and a picture of Simba the cat adorn the chalk board in Tina Soucy's math class at Westbrook High School Thursday. Buy Photo
The Memorial Bridge in Augusta crosses the Kennebec river.
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The Memorial Bridge in Augusta crosses the Kennebec river. Buy Photo
A farmworker lugs a shovel full of feed for cows in the maternity ward of the Tween-Hills Farm in Orrington on Wednesday. Tween-Hills Farm is the last dairy farm left in Orrington.
A farmworker lugs a shovel full of feed for cows in the maternity ward of the Tween-Hills Farm in Orrington on Wednesday. Tween-Hills Farm is the last dairy farm left in Orrington. Buy Photo
Latifa Lyles, acting director of the U.S. Department of Labor's Women's Bureau, discusses federal efforts to increase the minimum wage to $9 per hour during a roundtable forum at Florence House in Portland late Thursday afternoon.
Latifa Lyles, acting director of the U.S. Department of Labor's Women's Bureau, discusses federal efforts to increase the minimum wage to $9 per hour during a roundtable forum at Florence House in Portland late Thursday afternoon. Buy Photo
Portland firefighters respond to reports of smoke on the top floor of a four-story residence at 10 Gilman St. Thursday evening.
Portland firefighters respond to reports of smoke on the top floor of a four-story residence at 10 Gilman St. Thursday evening.

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