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Headlines: Ballot access, Stitt on teacher raises & tribal sports gaming

Local headlines for Thursday, October 6, 2022

21,000 Oklahomans face significant barriers to the ballot. (Oklahoma Watch)

Governor Stitt gets endorsement from state employees union. (NewsOK)

Stitt criticizes teacher raises as “easy cop-out”. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Fire Department mourns loss of one of its own. (Tulsa World)

Federal government expands land marking deadliest military attack on Native people. (NewsOK)

Upcoming United Methodist meeting allows churches to leave over gay inclusion. (NewsOK)

Altus officials address high manganese concentrations in water. (KOSU)

October is SIDS Awareness Month. (KOSU)

Gym memberships remain below pandemic levels. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma State researchers study the ocean floor to understand future climates. (KOSU)

OSSAA creates rules for high school athletes to profit off Name, Image, Likeness. (NewsOK)

Highways are opening for Red River Rivalry traffic. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma tribes are launching a sports-themed betting mobile phone app. (Tulsa World)

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