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Headlines: Race Massacre search, Cherokee Congressional delegate & Crystal Bridge gardens

Local headlines for Monday, November 14, 2022

The search for Race Massacre burials turns up a skull with a bullet wound. (Tulsa World)

Governor’s new chief of staff shows possible focus on education for second term. (NewsOK)

Superintendent-elect says he wants to fight for private school vouchers. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma man linked to quadruple murder in Okmulgee returns to state. (NewsOK)

US lawmakers take up the matter of seating a Cherokee delegate in Congress. (Tulsa World)

Interest rate hikes are taking their toll on the housing market. (Journal Record)

Village of tiny homes planned to help the homeless. (Tulsa World)

Turnpike Troubadours rock the Paycom Center. (NewsOK)

Sand Springs student creates 3D model of fetal heart for clinic. (Tulsa World)

OKC’s Crystal Bridge gardens reopens this Friday, (NewsOK)

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