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FROM STAFF REPORTSTwo people died Friday on state roads, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
Herbert Floyd Hyde, 77, Moore
About 6:30 p.m., Hyde was trying to cross Interstate 35 at S 19 in Cleveland County on foot.
BY SILAS ALLEN, Staff WriterA little before noon Saturday, Rita Newton and Jack Bennett were sitting in the shade outside Oklahoma City Community College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center, eating barbecue and waiting to catch a movie.
Newton and Bennett were waiting to see the newly remastered version of the musical film “Oklahoma!” at the 36th annual Arts Festival Oklahoma at OCCC.
Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes, home of the Twins and the Timberwolves — and the unlikely incubator for a growing number of radical jihadists. As many as 15 Somali-American men from Minneapolis-St. Paul left home in recent months to enlist with radical groups and join the fighting in Syria, according to the FBI.