Town namesake Nathan Rutherford fights against the relocation of a historical statue depicting his ancestor, with help from his best friend Reagan.
Nathan seeks guidance from his old college history professor; Reagan agrees to join Terry as he tries to win over members of their Tribal Council.
Nathan leaves Rutherford Falls and heads to his brother Duz's family home, eager to reconnect with his family; Reagan is put in charge of the museum with Bobbie's help.
Terry reflects on his family and career during an interview with Josh; after being served, Nathan attempts to smooth things over in his own way.
Nathan and Reagan serve as judges in their town's annual History Fair; Terry Thomas and Mayor Deirdre try to find common ground.
Nathan seeks powerful allies to settle his legal difficulties; Reagan turns to her community to solicit donations for her cultural center.
Negotiations ramp up between Rutherford Inc. and the Minishonka Nation; Reagan makes a startling discovery.
Terry and Reagan attend a Native American gaming conference; Nathan forms an unlikely alliance in an attempt to thwart a shared enemy.
Nathan and Reagan both struggle to navigate rapid changes in their communities, livelihoods and friendship.
Nathan tries to process his family history; Reagan struggles to hire a staff member for her new cultural center.
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