Most of the damage has been repaired at the Wisconsin Sikh temple where a gunman killed six people last weekend. But there will always be one physical reminder of the horrific attack.
It's a bullet hole a little smaller than a dime. It's about waist-high in a door jamb between the lobby and main prayer hall. Harpreet Singh is the nephew of one of the victims. He tells The Associated Press the hole will remain unrepaired, an effort to ensure that the victims are never forgotten.
Dozens of visitors who stopped by Friday gathered around the hole, photographing it with their cellphones. Life at the temple is otherwise returning to normal. Worshippers are stopping by for prayers, and kitchen volunteers have resumed cooking food and serving tea to visitors.