Monday, June 13, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Sovereign citizens say they're above the law; Sandpoint goes green

Posted on Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 7:22 AM

Sovereigns on the rise — The Spokesman reports on the growing number of citizens who believe they are above driver's licenses, taxes and criminal charges. (SR)

Marie Callender's closes overnight — Employees at the restaurant say they weren't told that the location would be closing. (KREM) KXLY reports that Marie Callender's and Perkin's both filed for bankruptcy protection today.

North Idaho bus service opens — The free Selkirk-Pend Oreille Transit system (SPOT) debuted this weekend, with service through Dover, Sandpoint, Ponderay and Kootenai. (Bonner County Daily Bee)

Sandpoint getting green streets — Sandpoint is the first city in Idaho to build streets that reduce polluted runoff. (New West)

Parents protest finger-scanning system — The new program in Coeur d'Alene has kids scanning their fingers in the school lunch line rather than swiping their meal cards. (KXLY)

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