Yakama Nation Review, Volume 13, Number 1, May 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: Johnson selected, First Phase of Proposed Reorganization, Operation of Yakima Irrigation Flows

 

Page 2: Housing Meeting held, Smith holds budget session with tribes

 

Page 3: HERITAGE COLLEGE IS EVALUATED, HERITAGE ANNOUNCES SUMMER SCHOOL CLASS REGISTRATION, CHEMAW ALUMNI PLAN REUNION, YCNWB ANNOUNCES RESOLUTION, INDIAN WATER RIGHTS

 

Page 4: SO MAN STEPS IN & HELPS NATURE OUT…

 

Page 5: ASSISTANT SECRETARY SMITH SPEAKS ON INDIAN POLICY AT IMBER SYMPOSIUM

 

Page 6: United States of America Nuclear Regulatory Commission Before the Atomic Safety & Licensing Board

 

Page 7: COUNCIL FIRE, Hoptowit honored

 

Page 8: SATUS SHAKER CHURCH DEDICATES DINING HALL

 

Page 9: Satus Shaker cont.

 

Page 10: Open House at White Swan Sub-Station

 

Page 11: PREP PROFILE: DEAN FRALEY BROOKS, LEAGUE SEASON BEGINS FOR VOLLEYBALLERS, HELP BOWL DOWN CANCER

 

Page 12: “DREAM STILL LIVES 25 YEARS LATER”

 

Page 13: What next in 1982? ,  “Thank You”, Support Angie

 

Page 14: INDIAN NEWS NOTES

 

Page 15: Walking On; HOLMES, HUBBARD, ARQUETTE, VALLO

 

Page 16: CLASSIFIED