Yakama Nation chooses new chairman of tribal council
The Yakama Nation of Washington named Harry Smiskin as chairman of the tribal council.

Smiskin, 57, is a former tribal police chief. He was recently acquitted of all charges in a federal tobacco trafficking trial.

Terry Goudy-Rambler will serve as vice chair of the council.

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Smiskin named Tribal Council chairman (The Yakima Herald-Republic 1/30)

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9th Circuit Decision:
US v. Smiskin (May 18, 2007)

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