Do you ever find yourself wondering whatever happened to someone you read about in the newspaper? We do too, all the time. News happens so quickly, but there are always stories that stick with you, people you wonder about, hard-luck tales that haunt you.
We’ve been thinking about some of those stories from the past year.
Whatever happened to the Bonagofski family who was living in poverty in North Idaho and was featured in the Our Kids: Our Business special project?
Whatever happened to Dao Nguyen, the Vietnamese woman who came to Spokane for a prosthetic hand to replace the one she lost in a fire?
Whatever happened to the Garry Middle School music program after a mysterious donation of nearly $35,000?
During the next week, The Spokesman-Review will update these stories and a few others that made an impact on our lives in 2007.
Today, we return to Moscow, Idaho, to see how the community has rebounded from the shooting rampage that left three dead in May.