10 years later: Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?

10 years later: Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?
FILE - In this Sept. 11, 2001 file photo, President Bush's Chief of Staff Andy Card whispers into the ear of the President to give him word of the plane crashes into the World Trade Center, during a visit to the Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Fla. George W. Bush knows that history will shape his legacy more than anything he can say. But that's not gonna stop a guy from trying. After two years of near silence, Bush is back. With his new memoir and a promotion tour, the president who in cockier times could not think of a single mistake he had made, lists many. (AP Photo/Doug Mills, File)

EUGENE, Ore. - Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?

How do you think America has changed in the decade since the attacks?

And how do you think Americans should honor the 10-year anniversary?

This month, the United States of America and the world will reflect on the events of that day - and those events have shaped every day since.

KVAL News plans special coverage on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011.

To help tell the story of that day and how it changed America, KVAL News is seeking your stories.

You can share by posting a comment on this story or the KVAL News Facebook page, or by contacting the newsroom at (541) 685-KVAL or kvalnews@kval.com

You can also share your story in video, photos and/or words on KVAL.com/younews

"It was so horrible...Those images, they won't go away and they'll constantly be there, you'll never forget them," said Harrisburg resident Karie Banks.

"As soon as it came up in the news, had it on TV , watching TV, and watched the towers come down. It was terrible," said Springfield resident Wade Woolard.

"I was in my room watching this thing all the time. I watched it right from the start, before they even fell, I saw them both fall. It really broke my heart," said Springfield resident Alan Kranz.