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Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving arrived with a sense of loss, but also a sense of solidarity, in enclaves of U.S. dual-national families in northern Mexico almost four weeks after nine of their relatives were slaughtered by drug cartel gunmen

Gardening: Thanksgiving menu evolves over time

Later today many of us will sit down to a hardy meal of traditional Thanksgiving foods like turkey, mash potatoes, sweet potatoes, Brussel sprouts and green bean casserole.

Gonzaga returning to Orlando tournament next season

Gonzaga has thoroughly enjoyed its last three trips to Orlando, a trend the Zags hope continues next season. The Zags are officially part of the eight-team field at 2020 Orlando Invitational.

Wind could ground big balloons at NYC’s Thanksgiving parade

New York City’s big Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will take place Thursday amid strong winds that could potentially ground the giant character balloons, which have caused mishaps and injuries in the past when gusts have blown them off course.

Argos host annual Thanksgiving basketball camp

The McGlaughlin Center was packed on Wednesday afternoon as campers from across the city joined the Argos basketball programs for a fun-filled afternoon on the courts.

Potluck, restaurant, buffet and free meals are available on Thanksgiving Day

Black Angus Steakhouse - Thursday. Full turkey dinner with all the trimmings. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 14724 E. Indiana Ave., Spokane Valley. $22 adults; $10 youth. (509) 927-1177. Clinkerdagger - Thursday. Thanksgiving dinner with a special day menu. Reservation required. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. 621 W. Mallon Ave. (509) 328-5965.

Leftovers: These little bundles are Thanksgiving 2.0

One of the easiest ways to handle Thanksgiving leftovers is to deal with them that very night before you’ve gone through the hassle of pulling out 90 million Tupperware containers to store everything individually in the fridge.