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Dennis Drue guilty pleas allow grieving Shen community to start healing

Tina Browne, of Clifton Park, prepares hamburgers during Friday night's football game at Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park.
Tina Browne, of Clifton Park, prepares hamburgers during Friday night's football game at Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park.
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Hundreds of Shenendehowa High School kids wore black “homecoming” T-shirts Friday night as the varsity football team hosted Albany. In a small way, the shirts helped remember absent friends. Chris Stewart and Deanna Rivers were on the minds of many in the crowd of 4,000 at Brent T. Steuerwald Stadium. Earlier in the day, Dennis Drue pleaded guilty to a 58-count indictment in the December auto accident that killed the two 17-year-old Shen students and ...


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