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Yo!!! Name's D-Rez, I've been in the radio biz in Yakima for 10 yrs. I'm an enrolled member of the Yakama Nation. I graduated from Wapato High School, Class of '04. Besides being on radio, you can see me through out the community either at a pow wow, walking somewhere, on a comedy stage, or in a parade. I'm an entertainer of all sorts. While I'm in the studio hit me up, call me up 509-972-1073 or on our social media platforms.
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Celebrities Supporting Standing Rock

Celebrities are voicing their support for the Standing Rock protest. From Shailene Woodley, Mark Ruffalo, to Chris Hemsworth. They are backing members of the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, the site of the largest Native American protest in this country's history. They call themselves the "water protectors" because they are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. So to catch everyone up to speed ...

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Getting Scared At The Scaregrounds in Tri-Cities

On Thursday (Oct. 20) Myself and Kelly West from 94.5 KATS FM took some listeners to check out the Scaregrounds in Kennewick,WA. Me personally, I don't why I decided to go. But as soon as we got the the entrance I was having second thoughts. And believe me I' don't do well when it comes to scary stuff.

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Yakama Nation Tribal Members Help Protest The Dakota Access Pipline

For the past couple of weeks, tribes from across the nation have been heading to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. The pipeline is for crude oil, and it would be running along the Missouri River.

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Yakama Nation Treaty Days 2016 [VIDEOS]

On the weekend of June 10-12, the Yakama Nation commemorated the Treaty of 1855. A brief history note: The treaty was signed on June 9, 1855. The tribe is the biggest reservation in Central Washington, with 11,000-plus enrolled members and situated on 1.1 million acres. The weekend kicked off with a parade in Toppenish and a softball tournament. The Pow Wow was in White Swan.

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