Thursday, May 5, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Birthers, Osama and the Game

Posted on Thu, May 5, 2011 at 9:05 AM

Man stabbed at the Top Hat — Bobby Galloway, 23, stabbed a man in the stomach at the Top Hat pub and was arrested last night. (SR, KXLY)

My, what big crosshairs you have — Wolves will be hunted in Idaho now that Obama has taken the predator off the endangered species list. (Idaho Statesman) 

Recycling the West Plains — Residents in the West Plains may finally join the 20th century and get curbside recycling. (SR)

The Game closes, Ridpath is completely abandoned — The Game, a sports bar and the last business in the Ridpath Hotel, is closing its doors, leaving the Spokane landmark totally empty. Let's build a parking lot. (KXLY)

From birth to death — Fresh off being proved wrong — once again — birthers have moved on to a new conspiracy theory: Osama bin Laden is not dead. Maybe's he and JFK are eating fried peanut butter sandwiches with Elvis on the Hollywood set of the moon landing. (Daily Beast) 

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