BROOKFIELD (WKOW) -- The owner and employees of the Azana salon in Brookfield returned for the first time since the mass shooting in October.
The salon now has a permanent memorial of three flowers and a candle.
It sits in the same spot that was Zina Haughton's station for eight years.
Authorities say her estranged husband, Radcliffe Haughton, shot and killed Zina and two other employees.
The owner's sister, who was there when the shooting happened, did the redesign of the salon.
The salon's owner said today was part of the healing process.
The business reopens Saturday.
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