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Slain teenager recalled as good student who avoided trouble

A sign was posted inside Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School yesterday after James Alenson was stabbed to death. A sign was posted inside Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School yesterday after James Alenson was stabbed to death. (EVAN RICHMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Tracy Jan and Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / January 20, 2007

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Easy-going with a shy smile, James Alenson was a good student with a dry sense of humor who got along well with peers, recalled former classmates and his former speech team coach at Wilson Middle School in Natick. (Full article: 547 words)

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