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Headlines: Pleading for Vaccinations, Executions Resuming & Cowboys Face Golden Hurricane

Local headlines for Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Health care workers are pleading with people to get vaccinated. (NewsOK)

Veteran faces divisiveness as child fights COVID-19. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count from COVID-19 now stands at 9,292. (KOSU)

Teacher retirements are up 38% mostly because of the pandemic. (Tulsa World)

Schools start new year with its most emergency teachers on record. (Oklahoma Watch)

Pandemic retail winners and losers in Oklahoma City. (NewsOK)

Questions linger as state looks to resume executions. (Oklahoma Watch)

Oklahoma City plans to pay $2M to former inmate. (NewsOK)

Embattled state cabinet secretary plans to resign. (NewsOK)

Congress advances bill requiring women to register for the draft. (NewsOK)

Affordable housing is disappearing in Oklahoma City. (Journal Record)

NW OKC Methodist Church launches effort to help homeless. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma job recovery remains strong. (Journal Record)

Johnnie’s celebrates 50 years in Oklahoma. (NewsOK)

OSU and TU get ready to face off on Saturday. (Tulsa World)

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