Yakama Nation Review, Volume 10, Number 3, July 31

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The Yakama Nation Review is a bi-weekly newspaper printed by the Yakama Nation that includes articles of local importance. Articles in this issue are written by YNR staff writers, as well as external news outlets. In March 1994, the publication changed its name from Yakima Nation Review to Yakama Nation Review.
Page 1: YIN Juvenile Court Program Established, Handicap Education Hearing Schedule
Page 2: What's Happening? Magnuson to be in Yakima Aug. 7 and in Seattle Aug. 17-18, Mills appointed acting BIA Head, 1979 Fish Resolution
Page 3: Miller Receives Credentials, Enrollment Deadline Nears, Who,s who Among Indian Alaska Women
Page 4: Mary Settler pleads guilty, 'Felt Indian couldn't get fair trial in State Court'
Page 5: Education, Archaeological Resource, Economic Development
Page 6: Council Fire, Columbia River Inter -Tribal Fish Commission
Page 7: The Look of Like
Page 8: Tribal Government, Federal/Indian Relationship
Page 9: Tribal Jurisdiction
Page 10: precommercial
Page 11: thinning
Page 12: 50 percent to treaty Indians, Preamble of CRITFC
Page 13: Chippewa Enrollment Deadline Aug. 20 , Peltier Escapes Peltier Captured
Page 14: ""To take and to lie should be burnt on his forehead"", Indian dilemma still same today as in 1966
Page 15: ""I stand by New faces as written"", Dollars for Democrats, powwow donations, Clean table of old business
Page 16: Vincent Lovett
Page 17: Listen to... Children's Voices, Doctors, lawyers..but no Indian chiefs
Page 19: Classified
Page 20: Classified