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Things About Skins
IHS Deems Living Conditions Unsanitary at Trailer Park on Yakama Nation
August 31, 2011
Although the Indian Health Service has found homes at a trailer park on the Yakama Nation in Toppenish, Washington to be unhealthy, residents told the The Yakima Herald-Republic th...
White Swan Mourns, Honors Son Who Died in Afghanistan
May 05, 2011
WHITE SWAN, Wash. – Flags fluttered in the breeze as the government-chartered plane landed at 4:30 p.m...
Ambitious Expansions: Gaming Competition has Sparked Major Additions to Northwestern Indian Casinos
March 23, 2011
Major expansions and renovations are underway or planned for Indian casinos across the northwest despite the overall decline in Indian casino revenue nationwide for the first time ...
Yakama Nation Reeling After Fires
Carol Craig with additional reporting by Terri Hansen
March 02, 2011
YAMAKA NATION, Wash.—Sadness, grief and heartache etch the faces of Yakama tribal members following the Feb...
Yakama Nation Wildfire Ravages Homes, Destroys Irreplaceable Objects
February 15, 2011
Up to 50 people had to flee their homes on February 12 when a massive wind-fueled wildfire erupted on the Yakama Reservation in southwest Washington...
Yakama Elder Talks About Kateri’s Canonization and What it Means to Native Catholics
November 02, 2012
Kateri’s blessings followed Lydia Johnson from Wapato, Washington to Rome. Johnson, Yakama/Cayuse, and 29 others from the Yakima Diocese–including Bishop Joseph J...
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