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    Carson, Washington (AP)

    The bodies of all three Yakama tribal fishermen missing in the Columbia River since their boat capsized May 7 have now been found.

    Tribal Chairman Ralph Sampson Jr. said May 20 the bodies of Rommel Strom and Gailen Espirito were found just west of the mouth of the Wind River, near Carson, Wash.

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