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INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – White River School District got $1.5 million from Scott about a month ago. Scott, who has a 4 percent stake in...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Dozens of small hands and one large pair held a firm grip on the 30-foot-long dugout canoe they pushed down Front...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Many of the 39 tribes based in Oklahoma have played roles in state politics for decades, often behind the scenes. They...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – NASA’s SpaceX Dragon Endurance successfully docked on the International Space Station at 5:01 p.m. EDT Thursday while flying 258 miles above...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – The Senate Indian Affairs Committee, without debate, approved bills granting water rights to the Hualapai, letting the Colorado River Indian Tribes...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Not only can the urban Native vote significantly make a difference in elections, they can bring in Indigenous elected officials to...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Bricia Lopez has welcomed people of all walks to dine at her family’s popular restaurant on the Indigenous-influenced food of her...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Robbie Woodhouse’s grandfather began nearly a century of family farming along the Gila River near Yuma in the middle 1920s when...