From The Oregonian this morning (couldn't find it online) Missing six months: Six months ago this morning, Kyron Horman went to school with his stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman. It was to be a big day at Skyline School, a red brick building in a rural portion of northwestern Multnomah County. Kyron's exhibit on the red-eyed tree frog was part of the school science fair. He was also scheduled to take part in the school talent show later in the day. Gina Zimmerman, president of the school PTA, arrived about 8:15am and saw Kyron and his stepmother in front of his tree-frog exhibit. A half-hour later, Terri Horman said she walked Kyron to his second-grade classroom. And then Kyron was gone. Despite the largest search in Oregon history and a massive criminal investigation that is still ongoing, the bespeckled boy remains missing. On Thursday, his parents - Kaine Horman and Desiree Young - issued a plea to the public: Please keep looking for Kyron, who would now be 8 years old. Coming Sunday: So what's the latest in the case? In the Sunday Oregonian, reporter Maxine Bernstein will report on the status of the investigation after an exclusive interview with Sheriff Dan Staton, a tour of the "War Room" where the Kyron Horman Task Force meets twice a week and interviews with several of those involved in the case.