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Headlines: PSO bills increasing, medical marijuana licenses and Curbside Flowers

Local headlines for Friday, February 11, 2022

PSO customers will see their bills increase to pay for last winter’s storms. (Tulsa World)

72 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 13,830. (KOSU)

TCC seeks nearly $9M from COVID funds. (Tulsa World)

State House won’t hear Senate’s voucher bill. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt pushes for performance-based budget. (Journal Record)

Legislative group calls for halt to medical marijuana licenses. (Tulsa World)

First-time jobless claims drop 29%. (Tulsa World)

Head of OKC Chamber announces retirement. (NewsOK)

Climate change is impacting the grasshopper population. (KOSU)

Business returns as Nichols Hill apartment demolition begins. (Journal Record)

Focus: Black Oklahoma wins national honors. (KOSU)

American Country Music nominations includes Oklahoma connections. (Tulsa World)

Valentines’ Day flowers help people suffering from homelessness. (NewsOK)

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