Mary Tarango, the first official Wilton Rancheria chairwoman, is surrounded by sage smoke – to bless the area, people and ground around them – before the start of a news conference at the site of a never-finished mall.
Mary Tarango, the first official Wilton Rancheria chairwoman, is surrounded by sage smoke – to bless the area, people and ground around them – before the start of a news conference at the site of a never-finished mall. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Mary Tarango, the first official Wilton Rancheria chairwoman, is surrounded by sage smoke – to bless the area, people and ground around them – before the start of a news conference at the site of a never-finished mall. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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