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Headlines: McGirt Panel Protests, Coronavirus Surge Concerns & Circle Cinema Film Festival

Local headlines for Wednesday, July 14, 2021:

McGirt panel ends early after protests from Indigenous activists. (Tulsa World)

Governor and tribal leaders at odds over Supreme Court ruling. (KOSU)

Stitt names OMES director as Chief Operating Officer. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma prepares for another surge of Coronavirus. (Tulsa World)

The State’s Provisional Death Count increases by one to 8,641. (KOSU)

Oklahoma is getting $9M for COVID-19 response. (Tulsa World)

Two state medical marijuana companies partner with global firm. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County Jail barred from holding juveniles. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma County program puts some offenders in community service. (NewsOK)

Death row inmate gets more time to plead his case. (KOSU)

Epic gets more time to address separation. (Tulsa World)

Nursing program places more students in local hospitals. (NewsOK)

Aerospace company makes move to downtown OKC. (Journal Record)

Air travel out of OKC returns to 2019 levels. (NewsOK)

New tool helps Tulsa residents understand cyberattack. (Tulsa World)

Ministry hosts birthday party to celebrate people suffering homelessness. (Tulsa World)

Edmond finds new opportunities after TIF implementation. (Journal Record)

Circle Cinema Film Festival returns. (Tulsa World)

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