Yakama Nation Review, Volume 10, Number 8, October 15

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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: Water: Treaty With The Yakimas
Page 2: Ads
Page 3: Hansen, Director of OMBE, Training- Public Health, Vandalism plagues Isadore
Page 4: 'We are being told Indian affairs are in the background' NCAI
Page 5: YIN's Position Statement on Nuclear Power Industry in the Pacific NW
Page 6: WATER
Page 7: History of Tribal Government of the Yakima Indian Nation, Resolution
Page 8: Resolutions define Tribal Council power, 1. 1944 Resolution, 2. 1947 Resolution, 3. 1949 Resolution
Page 9: 5. 1960 Resolution
Page 10: Tribal committee system much like Congress, Councilman's oath of Office
Page 11: Treaty of 1855, Treaty between The United States and the Yakama Nation of Indians
Page 12: OH WHAT A FAIR!
Page 13: OH WHAT A FAIR!, cont.
Page 14: Treaty Text cont from page 11
Page 15: Tribal Law Enforcement Class Planned , Stillaguamish Chum Tagging, Public Hearing on Clallam Judgement, Dropping Fishing Charges Opposed
Page 17: Vincent Lovett Indian News Notes
Page 18: Tim Foster to head NAICA, Children's voices
Page 19: Tribal Survival & the Future of the Environment
Page 20: Chief Meninick- Respect and admiration, Indigenous Energy, """"Already Subscribers"""", """"Keep up the Good Work"""", Support from our Sisters
Page 21: ...Letters To The Review, YNR Service to the People, Wapato Indian Irrigation Project, """"We are not Radicals"""" , Post- High School Opportunities Workshop, native Film Service Series
Page 23: Classified
Page 24: Classified