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Headlines: Tornado cleanup continues, Edmond voting & space cowgirl Wally Funk

Local headlines for Tuesday, October 12, 2021

NWS declares EF-1 tornado hit Coweta Sunday night. (Tulsa World)

Seven tornadoes confirmed in Oklahoma; five more suspected. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s seven-day average in new cases jumps significantly. (KOSU)

Tulsa OB/GYN says COVID-19 is safe during pregnancy. (Tulsa World)

Jenks keeps mask mandate while Broken Arrow declines. (Tulsa World)

Test results show heavy impact of pandemic on learning. (Oklahoma Watch)

Cherokee Chief calls Stitt and AG “enemies of sovereignty”. (NewsOK)

OSU joins partnership to help Afghan refugees. (KOSU)

Edmond voters to decide on sales tax increase for land acquisition. (NewsOK)

Southwest Airlines cancels 18 flights out of OKC. (Journal Record)

Chesapeake names new CEO. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Food Bank begins expansion. (Tulsa World)

City and County of Tulsa officially declare Juneteenth as a holiday. (Tulsa World)

First American Museum celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day. (NewsOK)

New mural in Tulsa focuses on Indigenous and Black solidarity. (KOSU)

Tulsa Symphony Orchestra returns to home stage. (Tulsa World)

Cowgirl talks about her time in space. (Tulsa World)

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