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Headlines: Governor Stitt on McGirt, four-day school weeks & American Song Contest

Local headlines for Friday, April 1, 2022

Governor Stitt draws criticism from tribal leaders after an appearance on Fox news. (KOSU)

New poll shows Stitt and Lankford with big leads. (NewsOK)

Norman mayoral candidates get ready for Tuesday elections. (NewsOK)

Report blasts state parks. (Tulsa World)

137 new COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 15,520. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma schools are getting creative with four-day school weeks. (KOSU)

State lockups commonly cited for health and safety violations. (Oklahoma Watch)

Former prosecutor appointed to Pardon and Parole Board. (Tulsa World)

Unemployment claims increase for the fourth consecutive week. (Tulsa World)

Turnpike report shows increasing trend of travelers. (Journal Record)

Enel Green Power wind farm plans training facility in OKC. (Journal Record)

Jon Lovitz plans appearances in Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

Osage dancer honored on U.S. quarter. (NewsOK)

Jenks singer advances in American Song Contest. (Tulsa World)

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