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Painter Margarete Bagshaw Walks On
Ho-Chunk Nation Increases Minimum Wage
Native Funerals as Family Reunions
WSJ Sides With Soto on Eagle Feathers
Symposium: School-to-Prison Pipeline
Clerk to Indian: 'You Lost the War'
Jude Schimmel Puts Team in Sweet 16
Speaker Series to Feature Sherman Alexie
All-Women Drum Group Serenades Wab Kinew
New Sulfate Limits in Minnesota
Let’s Celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka
Preparing the Next Native Lawyers
Dental Therapy Providers Help Indians
EPA Gives $1 Million to NW Tribes
Native Actors Needed for Longmire
Danish Ambassador's Misdirected Apology
Jaguars: Protecting the Sacred Cat
Yamasee War Ends Native Slave Trade
Oklahoma Tribe Latest to Combat Meth
The Civilizing (Dominating) Process
Thing About Skins
Death of Yakama Leader Leaves Ripples in Many Communities
The October 27, 2011 death of Yakama General Council chair Moses Dick Squeochs created serious ripples not only within his family and the Yakama people, but also with the higher ed...
Yakama Sues Feds for Violations of Treaty, Consultation, TLOA
Gale Courey Toensing
During a visit to Washington this week, the chairman of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation and members of his delegation will go to the National Archives to vie...
Yakama Schools Receive Federal Improvement Grants
Toppenish and Wapato school districts on the Yakama Nation reservation are among six districts in the state that will receive federal School Improvement Grants to improve student a...
Yakama Nation Reeling After Fires
Carol Craig with additional reporting by Terri Hansen
YAMAKA NATION, Wash.—Sadness, grief and heartache etch the faces of Yakama tribal members following the Feb...
Tribes Consider Horse-Processing Plant
On the Yakama Indian Reservation in southern Washington, wild horses trample the grass hills to dust...
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