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Headlines: COVID-19 school closures, firing squad executions & bedlam football finish

Oklahoma sees a surge in COVID-19 cases. (Tulsa World)

Several central Oklahoma schools are closing amid a rise in COVID-19 numbers. (KOSU)

Governor Stitt’s Education Secretary criticizes schools for closing. (Tulsa World)

State lawmaker wants leniency against Chandler man for Jan. 6th insurrection. (NewsOK)

Death row inmates ask for firing squad as alternative execution. (AP)

State pays doctors $15K for each execution and $1K per day for training. (NewsOK)

Tulsa County inmate dies after medical incident. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma awaits decision on McGirt by the US Supreme Court. (Tulsa World)

State adjusts school payouts. (Tulsa World)

Epic files a counter suit against its former management company. (NewsOK)

Court rules against state in train crossing delay law. (NewsOK)

Oil production appears poised to rise this year. (Journal Record)

Former I-40 beams help rebuild 188 county bridges. (NewsOK)

Home and Garden Show returns to Oklahoma City. (Journal Record)

Sooners and Cowboys football teams finish in the Associated Press top ten. (Tulsa World)

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