Yakama Nation Review, Volume 10, Number 4

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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: National Indian Day Sept. 28, Regional Education Meeting, Revised Law & Order Code implemented Aug. 1, House Interior Committee holds hearing on Economic Development
Page 2: What's Happening ?, Are there any candidates for tribal council, Second Annual National Indian Child Conference
Page 3: Indian Child Welfare Act , Cattlemen's Convention, Spokane Tribe;s Rights Upheld Chamokane Case Decided
Page 4: Banking Feasibility study
Page 5: American Indians Look to Solar Electric Future, Swan Weds Dittentholer
Page 6: Indian News Notes
Page 7: Jese Greene fights never-ending battle for Nez Perce fishery
Page 8: Council Fire , Tribe to explore fish rearing , Soil survey Project , Furniture line of Credit established , Tourist assist in prevention, Coin medals Sale , Petition approved , Yin Group Health Plan , Enrollment Published
Page 9: Yakima Indian Nation Law & Order Code Revised 1977-- Table of Contents
Page 10: Revised, cont.
Page 11: Revised, cont.
Page 12: Preamble, Introduction, Foreword
Page 13: Title XI Amendments PassPages, Early Retirement For BIA -IHS non Indians, Water Rights -IHS Meeting To be held, Money for Older Americans Act , Federal Deposit Insurance on Tribal Funds Increase
Page 14: Saving the anadromous fishery, McMinds receives appointment, An Open letter to Judge Unis
Page 15: Patients Bill Of Rights, Childrens Heritage destroyed , Tax reductions
Page 16: Ad
Page 17: The look of life, Helitack's First Lady
Page 18: Classified
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