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UPDATED: Sun., Dec. 8, 2019

Holiday architects pack Northern Quest on Sunday for Gingerbread Build-off fundraiser

The event, now in its 15th year, is the largest fundraiser for Christ Kitchen, a nonprofit assisting women in the community with job training and employment opportunities. Winners take away …

Walk-through gingerbread house opens at Hotel RL

“You’re going to walk in and it’s going to smell of Christmas.”

Students’ model villages have holiday spirit

Students at InTec in Spokane Valley decided to build gingerbread villages as a fun pre-Christmas project that would let them use a variety of skills they’ve picked up over the …

Gingerbread a mother-daughter tradition

“And I had but one penny in the world, thou shouldst have it to buy gingerbread.” – William Shakespeare, “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” 1598 Getting gingerbread just right can be difficult, …

Gingerbread teams square off today for charity

Kathy Skomer carefully eyed the massive gingerbread structure, looking for flaws that would escape the detection of most. “Oh, I got a spot in front,” Skomer said, working out of …

Gingerbread, pumpkin contain important vitamins for health

Looking for a colossal dose of carotenoids? Call on the great pumpkin.

Gingerbread people spice up the holidays

‘You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!” Remember the story of this defiant little cookie who ran away from the people who cared about him? He got eaten by …