The recent increase in the HUD Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program by county now allows Native Americans access to more money when looking to buy, build or refinance a current home. COURTESY
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The HUD Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program is exclusive for Native Americans and has no income guideline.
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The Cherokee Nation Businesses company is honored for its innovative effort in ocean mapping.
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The Oklahoma-based tribe looks to add gaming facilities at Bartlesville and Pawhuska.
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President Donald Trump speaks with reporters on June 23 before departing on Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. ALEX BRANDON/ASSOCIATED PRESS
President Trump says he supports another round of direct economic stimulus payments similar to the $1,200 checks issued to most individuals earlier this year.
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Gulfside’s River Valley Casino’s proposal includes a 500-room hotel and 80,000 square feet of gaming space. The Arkansas Racing Commission on June 18 awarded a license to build the resort to Gulfside Casino Partnership. RIVER VALLEY CASINO
An artist’s rendering of the Legends Resort and Casino that Cherokee Nation Businesses wants to build in Pope County, Arkansas. CNB officials have filed a request that it receive an approved permit to operate a casino in the county. COURTESY
On June 22, the Arkansas Racing Commission threw out a commissioner’s score leaving Cherokee Nation Businesses with a higher tally.
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Garett Auxier and his wife Kim, a Cherokee Nation citizen, and other family members spend much time hosting people who travel from throughout the area and out of state to pick blueberries grown on Outback Farm near Pryor. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Outback Farm grows 12 varieties of blueberries on nearly four acres near Pryor. The experience of picking blueberries is a short drive from Route 66. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
For the past four years, the Auxier family has produced two varieties of wine, Gold Dry and Silver Sweet, made from blueberries grown on their Outback Farm near Pryor. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Outback Farm near Pryor grows various types of blueberries and sells wine, jams, syrup, honey and asparagus. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Outback Farm near Pryor grows various types of blueberries and sells wine, honey and jams.
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WalletHub.com has Oklahoma at No. 47 for most recovered from unemployment claims since the pandemic started.
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There are numerous resources available that can help one learn about what they need to do to save for retirement. STACIE BOSTON/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Cherokee Nation homebuyer trainer and counselor Susan Sharp said when looking to start saving for retirement it’s best to have a plan of what income one would like to live on and what they plan to spend their retirement doing. STACIE BOSTON/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
It’s never too late to save for retirement but starting as young as possible is “better.”
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The Nut House – which sells various nuts, candies and snacks – has been in business along Route 66 in Claremore for more than 40 years. COURTESY
The Nut House in Claremore carries a wide variety of products such as nuts, fudge, gifts, Route 66 memorabilia and more. COURTESY
Business first opened in the late 1970s.
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Opened in 2004, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa is one of the top attractions in the Tulsa area. Sited at 777 W. Cherokee St. in Catoosa, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa includes 1.3 million square feet of gaming and hospitality. COURTESY
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa offers many amenities, including a luxury spa. COURTESY
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa has also hosts many big-name musical acts at the Hard Rock Live venue. Such performers who have played the venue include Dwight Yoakam and Jane’s Addiction. COURTESY
Standard rooms and suites are offered with king or double queen beds. VIP suites, which each have a king bed, include the Rock ’n’ Roll, Cherokee, Honeymoon and Chief suites. COURTESY
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa has received nearly $7 million in recent enhancements.
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Clanton’s Cafe along Route 66 in Vinita has been a dining staple for generations. It has been serving dishes since 1927 when Grant Clanton opened the Busy Bee Cafe. COURTESY
Clanton’s Cafe in Vinita serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Customer favorites include chicken with dressing, chicken fried chicken, chicken fried steak and calf fries, also known as Rocky Mountain oysters. COURTESY
Coffee is poured in Clanton’s Café. The longtime eatery sits along Route 66 in Vinita. COURTESY
Fried chicken, mash potatoes and gravy waits to be eaten at Clanton’s Cafe in Vinita. COURTESY
Pancakes cook on a griddle in Clanton’s Cafe located at 319 E. Illinois Ave., in Vinita. COURTESY
The family-owned restaurant dates back to 1927.
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