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a town in south central Washington

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Meanwhile, the city, state, or other parties such as the Yakama Nation could sue to uphold the Record of Decision, Robison said.
With the introduction to four of the main players in the tale; the reader is carried along on the journey each will make during the investigation into the death of a local, sometime drug user, male who worked at the Salmon fish hatchery run under the auspices of the Yakama Indian Tribe with support from the county, the state and the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Another example is the third article in the treaty with the Yakima (now known as the Yakama Nation) in 1855: "And provided, that, if necessary for the public convenience, roads may be run through the said reservation; and on the other hand, the right of way, with free access from the same to the nearest public highway, is secured to them; as also the right, in common with citizens of the United States, to travel upon all public highways."
The Yakama Nation and the CTUIR, (9) for example, have written official exposure scenarios--creating standardized data sets for tribal behavior that can be "systematically validated" within the terms of U.S.
The Yakama Nation in Washington state recently banned marijuana on the reservation and is trying to halt state regulated pot sales and grows on lands off the reservation where it still holds hunting and fishing rights.
The Yakama Nation in Washington state recently passed a ban on marijuana on the reservation and is trying to halt state regulated pot sales and grows on lands off the reservation where it still holds hunting and fishing rights.
The Yakama Reservation in southeast Washington state has 1.2 million acres with 10,000 federally recognized tribal members and an estimated 12,000 feral horses roaming the desert steppe.
For the peoples of Warm Springs, Yakama, Nez Perce, and Umatilla, their beadwork is the "new way to keep spirit alive." Plateau Tribal cultures are still known for their beautiful horses and expert beading--this film showcases both.
a 1999 settlement between the Yakama Nation and other tribes, the
Moving into the present, Michelle Jacob draws on interviews with members of the Wapato Indian Club, a dance troupe based on the Yakama Reservation in Wapato, Washington, to "articulate the lessons about identity, representation, and resistance contained in the narratives about participation in [the club]." By revitalizing cultural traditions of dancing and intergenerational exchange, Jacob argues that "the Wapato Indian Club represents a community-based educational effort that seeks to heal the soul wounds of colonialism." Jennifer Adese questions "the nature of Indigenous involvement" in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics Opening Ceremony and the broader implications of such participation for conceptions of Canadian nationhood.
In 2005, John Jorgensen, a fish biologist with the Yakama Nation Tribe, embarked on a mission to carry out a habitat restoration project on private lands in the upper Methow River Basin in Okanogan County, Washington.
The language is severely endangered; there are only a handful of fluent Yakama elders who speak Sahaptin as their first language, all of whom also speak English.
BRIGHTON: 5.05 Lady Phill, 5.40 Yakama, 6.10 HEREFORD BOY (NAP), 6.40 Prince Blue, 7.10 Byrd In Hand, 7.40 Hip Hip Hooray, 8.10 Colourbearer.
TODAY'S SARABAND SELECTIONS BRIGHTON: 5.05 Lady Phill, 5.40 Yakama, 6.10 Hereford Boy (nap), 6.40 Prince Blue, 7.10 Byrd In Hand, 7.40 Hip Hip Hooray, 8.10 Colourbearer.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 5.05 Lady Phill, 5.40 Yakama, 6.10 Hereford Boy (nap), 6.40 Prince Blue, 7.10 Byrd In Hand (nb), 7.40 Hip Hip Hooray, 8.10 Colourbearer.