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From heavy hearts, a song soars

Day after boy is slain, shaken schoolmates triumph at choral contest

Chorus members (clockwise from upper left) Mary Evers, Emily Ringrose, Elizabeth Pardy, Dasha Belobokova, and Liam Bullard with their trophy. Chorus members (clockwise from upper left) Mary Evers, Emily Ringrose, Elizabeth Pardy, Dasha Belobokova, and Liam Bullard with their trophy. (Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick)
By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / May 13, 2009

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It was the kind of tragedy no school should have to endure. Students - young children, really - wept in the hallways Thursday as word swept through the Warren-Prescott School in Charlestown that an eighth-grader, Soheil Turner, was dead, shot that morning as he waited for his bus. (Full article: 927 words)

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