Friday is National Doughnut Day, also known as, well, Friday among journalists, and what better way to celebrate to celebrate the holiday that with a couple dozen maple bars, apple fritters and bear claws.
One of the biggest boosters for National Doughnut Day every day is Brenda Rigby, the manager of Scrumdiddlyumptious Donuts and reigning donut queen, who her regulars call a bit of a spark plug.
"She is like a firecracker, you never know what's going to happen," Tom Peterson said.
"Twinkle toes, just a nickname, she is always on the go," Del Murphy said.
Peterson and Murphy are at her donut shop every day.
"It's great having them here. And Deputy Craig [Chamberlin] was here and it is always good to see him," Rigby said.
Chamberlin was in rare form Friday morning, talking with the Salvation Army's Sheila Gearaghty about why donuts came about in the first place. The answer? The Salvation Army created them to hand out to soldiers, or rather doughboys, during World War I.