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10 Things You Should Know About the Yakama Nation
Among the nations of the world, at 1,875 square miles, its land mass puts it just behind Luxembourg and Mauritius in geographic size...
Yakama Nation Sues Army Corps of Engineers in Columbia River Superfund Site Cleanup
The Yakama Nation is suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for allegedly excluding the tribe from cleanup input at the Bradford Island Superfund site on the Columbia River...
Woof Bark Growl! It’s Rez Pup Sunday!
It’s Rez Pup Sunday. Yes, that happily means more rez pup Love. Keep sending us your cool pups Indian country – We’ll keep posting them!! Got a fun rez pup pic? Share it with us!...
Yakama Fight to Protect Fishing Sites From Coal Train Terminals
The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation have joined the chorus of opposition to coal-rail terminals in the Northwest, adding their voice to those of the Lummi, Quina...
Suspicious Device at Legends Casino Not a Bomb, Caused Evacuation of 750
On Tuesday morning, employees of the Yakama Nation's Legends Casino discovered a suspicious device in a trashcan outside the casino main entrance, reported nbcrightnow.com ...
Yakama’s ‘Bittersweet’ Moment: Gaining Some Criminal Jurisdiction
Even as Gov...
Video: Yakama Nation’s Work to Bring Back the Salmon
Time was when the salmon ran so thick you could walk on their backs to cross the river. That’s how the elders tell it. Then came the dams...
Galanda Broadman Adds Two More Tribal Lawyers
The Seattle, Washington law firm Galanda Broadman announced November 18, the addition of Scott Wheat and Joe Sexton, two lawyers versed in advancing the interests of tribal governm...
Yakama Win in $97 Million Historic Land Mega-Deal
It took three years and $97 million, but the largest land purchase in Washington State history to benefit resource and conservation management has just been finalized, and the Yaka...
They Eat Horses, Don’t They? Bucking the Slaughterhouse Ban on Horses
You can lead a horse to a slaughter … or can you? In the United States, the answer is, Not yet...
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