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Headlines: McGirt Panel Aftermath, Western Heights Documents & Chad Sullins Honored

Local headlines for Thursday, July 15, 2021:

Stitt blames “fringe” activists for panel disruptions. (Tulsa World)

Forum highlights divide on McGirt decision. (NewsOK)

Elections official rebuffs lawmaker’s call for investigation. (NewsOK)

State Superintendent warns Western Heights Schools not to destroy documents. (NewsOK)

Virtual school board reinstates members for Epic discussions. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma sees a 22% rise in fatal overdoses. (Tulsa World)

OSU opens research clinic on substance abuse and addiction. (Tulsa World)

The number of fatalities from COVID-19 increases by 13. (KOSU)

Ranchers emerge from pandemic with new marketing opportunities. (Journal Record)

“Right to repair” campaign reaches White House. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma City’s mayor meets with President Biden to discuss infrastructure. (NewsOK)

Hinton’s future uncertain after prison closure. (Oklahoma Watch)

Texas medical start-up plans move to Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

SandRidge appoints its sixth CEO in five years. (NewsOK)

Tax-free savings accounts can go to purchasing a home. (Journal Record)

A federal appeals court vacates the prison sentence of Joe Exotic. (KOSU)

Tulsa plans a new park after land donation. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma musicians plan celebration of Chad Sullins. (NewsOK)

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