Mary Tarango, the first official Wilton Rancheria chairwoman is surrounded by sage smoke – to bless the area, people and ground around them – before a news conference announcing that the tribe has obtained nearly 36 acres to be held in federal trust on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 in Elk Grove, Calif. The Wilton Rancheria Tribe plans to build a casino, hotel and shops on the site
Mary Tarango, the first official Wilton Rancheria chairwoman is surrounded by sage smoke – to bless the area, people and ground around them – before a news conference announcing that the tribe has obtained nearly 36 acres to be held in federal trust on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 in Elk Grove, Calif. The Wilton Rancheria Tribe plans to build a casino, hotel and shops on the site rpench@sacbee.com Randy Pench
Mary Tarango, the first official Wilton Rancheria chairwoman is surrounded by sage smoke – to bless the area, people and ground around them – before a news conference announcing that the tribe has obtained nearly 36 acres to be held in federal trust on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 in Elk Grove, Calif. The Wilton Rancheria Tribe plans to build a casino, hotel and shops on the site rpench@sacbee.com Randy Pench

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