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Enterprising Spirit: Donut Parade upped its donations despite downturn, reopened in time for National Doughnut Day

When the pandemic-caused stay-home order went into effect, Donut Parade co-owner Nathan Peabody knew he wanted to find a way to help out. Already accustomed to giving away doughnuts at …

UPDATED: Wed., March 4, 2020

Man dies in crash into Donut Parade

A driver who struck a north Spokane doughnut shop early Tuesday morning died at the scene.

UPDATED: Wed., March 13, 2019

Donut Parade reopens and long line gobbles up the inventory

By 8:30 a.m. the doughnuts were gone. Over 1,000 sold in the span of about two hours. More, however, were in the oven.

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 15, 2019

Donut Parade, a North Spokane institution, will reopen

Donut Parade, a legendary doughnut shop on Spokane’s North Side that closed three years ago, will reopen under new management.

Spokane’s legendary doughnut shop, Donut Parade, announces it’s ‘officially closed for good’

Owners of the popular Donut Parade announced Sunday that the business was closing for good.

Car crashes into Donut Parade in north Spokane

A driver who fell asleep at the wheel crashed his car into the front door of Donut Parade at N. Hamilton Street. Both the driver and a pedestrian waiting to …

Donut Parade owners vow to keep the doors open

The economics of dollars for doughnuts are grim, but the owners of Spokane’s iconic Donut Parade are committed.

Spokane’s small businesses still recovering from storm

Customers spent Small Business Saturday at local shops getting a donut, buying a vinyl record or having a meal. It was a welcome sign for small shops, many of whom …

Doug Clark: Spokane Donut Parade founder Darrell Jones dies at 87

He never ran for political office, never was a mover or a shaker. So the passing of Darrell Jones, whose bad lungs got the best of him Monday, will go …

Doug Clark: Hug from father to son waited a lifetime

The father and child reunion took place Jan. 7 inside a modest apartment in Independence, Missouri. Richard A. Hodge, 72, a retired Spokane photographer, had come to finally meet the …

Doug Clark: Flatliner creator raises the (maple) bar

There have been a lot of cruel accusations lately about Americans being overly fat, which, if you ask me, are mostly due to bathroom scale malfunctions. Even if the charges …