Yakama Nation Review, Volume 12, 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: LOCAL TEAMS TAKE TOURNEY
Page 2: What’s Happening?, INDIAN OFFICERS NOW ABLE TO ATTEND STATE ACADEMY, Dr. Carl Olden to begin residency, Lucille A. Echo Hawk elected to AINB Board of Directors
Page 3: SEWING DAY CAMP OFFERED, SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM, FRAMING & MATTING IN SIX SESSIONS, REAL ESTATE PRE LICENSE, MONEY BACK GUARANTEED SERVICES, 24TH American Indian Tribal Leaders’ Scouting Seminar
Page 4: WHY WE FISH FOR STEELHEAD!
Page 5: BEWARE STEELHEAD BILL, The Unknown Gentleman
Page 6: GRADUATES- CLASS OF 1981, CHILDREN & DRUGS
Page 7: KIUTUS JIM 13 KM RUN 4TH OF JULY 1981, Nez Perce Women’s Slowpitch Tournament, Nespelem- 7th Annual C.C.T. 7 ½ & 3 Mi. Run, Chiefs Slow Pitch Tourney, Colville Men & Womens Tourney, YIN MEN’S SOFTBALL, Y.I.N. TEE-BALL LEAGUE
Page 8: The Roots Are Here, OLD TOWN, BUSINESS BEAT RANDALL GIFT SHOP
Page 9: THE LOOK OF LIFE
Page 10: INDIAN NEWS NOTES
Page 11: PERSPECTIVES, TESTIMONY GIVEN TO SAVE JOB POSITIONS
Page 12: STATE AGREED NOT TO INTERFERE, NATIVE AMERICANS OF TENOCHTITLAN, ONE SAFE INVESTMENT
Page 13: IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT I.A.I.A. STAY IN SANTA FE, DEAR MR. PRESIDENT:, WHO WILL CARE?
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