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    FA)---A Covington man was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash Saturday night on East Southgate Road. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said 25 year-old Bryce Lane Bigbey-Lively was driving a 2002 Cadillac DeVille on Southgate Road west of 66th Street just before 8:30 Saturday night. The report stated Bigbey-Lively was westbound when his vehicle failed to negotiate a curve and departed the roadway, traveling through a ditch and rolling one and one-half times, ejecting the driver. Bigbey-Lively was pronounced dead at the scene due to massive injuries, and that seat belts were equipped but not in use. Authorities said both the condition of the driver and the cause of the crash still are under investigation by OHP.



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    IA)--A three-vehicle crash injured several people Saturday on State Highway 58 south of Fairview in Major County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said a 1998 Ford Mustang driven by 67 year-old Katherine Baker of Longdale, was southbound on Highway 58 at 10:10 Saturday night and crossed the centerline for an unknown reason, striking a 2011 Dodge 3/4-ton truck driven by 38 year-old Matthew Acre of Fairview. Baker’s vehicle then spun around in front of a 2008 GMC 1/2-ton truck driven by 30 year-old Mitchell Nightingale of Fairview striking the front of his vehicle. Baker was transported to Fairview Hospital where she was admitted in stable condition with head, arm, and trunk injuries. A passenger was uninjured. Acre and his passenger were uninjured, and Nightingale refused treatment at the scene. Laurie Nightengale, of Fairview, a passenger in the GMC pickup, was transported by private vehicle to Fairview Hospital, and was treated and released for head and internal trunk injuries. Two 4-year-old boys in Nightingale’s pickup, both of Fairview, were uninjured. The OHP report indicated Baker's condition as under the influence of medications.



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    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal appeals court has overturned the death sentence of an Oklahoma City man convicted of helping his lover kill her estranged husband. A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled 2-1 and sent the case of James Pavatt back to the state. Two judges found that there isn't enough evidence to prove the 2001 shotgun shooting death of Rob Andrew, who grew up in Enid, was "especially heinous, atrocious or cruel." The Oklahoman reports that state Attorney General Mike Hunter has asked for a rehearing of the June 9 ruling. Pavatt and Brenda Andrew, who also grew up in Enid, were convicted separately and both sentenced to death for the November 2001 shooting death of Rob Andrew in the garage of her Oklahoma City home. Prosecutors say Pavatt and Brenda Andrew sought to collect an $800,000 life insurance policy on Rob Andrew.


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    VT)--Enid Police Department is seeking information from the public in its investigation of a burglary that occurred earlier this month. On June 7, Enid Police Department took a report of a burglary and theft of auto parts from a vehicle parked in the 3200 block of West Garriott. During the theft, the suspects took a blue hood, set of T-tops, car stereo and caused damage to a vehicle. The estimated damages and value of items taken is $5,000. Anyone with information leading to the arrest or prosecution of this or any crime can report an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers at (580) 233-6233 or text to 274637, typing “Enid” and a message in the text box. Those submitting a tip could earn a reward up to $1,000 and will not be required to testify nor identified.



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    AH)--Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center Director Andi Holland has announced she will step down from her position Sept. 29. Holland cited the need to be closer to family in Yukon as the reason for her pending resignation, from a post she's filled for 11 years. Holland said Oklahoma Historical Society will hire her successor, but that person has not yet been selected. While she is moving on from CSRHC, Holland isn't done serving others. She will be taking her skills as a certified equine therapy instructor, and her four horses, to the Savannah Station Therapeutic Riding Program in El Reno. There she will help teach and fundraise for the organization, which provides therapeutic riding for people with special needs.



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    BR)--City officials announced Monday the reopening of the Rupe Avenue bridge. The Rupe bridge project was completed in 180 days and included the rehab of the bridge deck, the diaphragm between the beams of the structure, and new guardrails. The Rupe bridge project was part of the June 2008 $7 million general obligation bonds project impacting a total of 12 bridges exceeding the goal of seven bridges. City Manager Jerald Gilbert was on hand at the reopening of the bridge Monday morning and offered words of encouragement to Enid residents regarding all the road improvements.  Gilbert said, "We will have to be patient. It's worth the wait, and I think residents will see that when this bridge gets open. Phase One on Willow road will be open soon and they'll see the actual results of their tax dollars.



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    SS)--During the long, dog days of summer, Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center has scheduled Summer Saturdays in Humphrey Heritage Village.  Historic homesteading activities will take place 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each Saturday from June through August. Participants will enjoy refreshments made with ingredients straight from the Heritage Center’s herb garden while they play lawn games, bundle herbs and tend to a variety of indoor chores at the Glidewell House. The Summer Saturday activities are free with admission to the museum. Admission for adults is $6 and $3 for children. Those 5 years and under are free. For more information on Summer Saturdays and other CSRHC programs, call the Heritage Center at (580) 237-1907 or go online to Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is located at 507 S. 4th.




    DS)--Following the success of the sold-out “Dancing with the Stars: Live! - We Came to Dance” tour this winter, TV’s hottest show is visiting Enid this summer in “Dancing with the Stars: Live! - Hot Summer Nights.” Fans of the show have the opportunity to see the best ballroom dancers in the business perform live July 20 at the CNB Center in Enid. This all-new production showcases every type of ballroom and modern dance seen on ABC’s hit show. Tickets for “Dancing with the Stars: Live! - Hot Summer Nights,” are on sale now. For information and to purchase tickets, go to VIP packages will be available through, giving fans the chance to purchase premium tickets, meet and greet opportunities with the cast, exclusive merchandise and photo opportunities.









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