Yakama Nation Review, Volume 16, Number 16

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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: GENERAL COUNCIL HEARS WATER CONCERNS ECHOED BY PAIUTES, Reagan budget would cut Indian Health, California's water board chairman under fire, WESTERN STATES ENTRANT CROWNED MISS INDIAN RODEO NORTH AMERICA AT INFR, DOE questions own judgement on Indian nuclear waste
Page 2: Speel-Yi-Mi baby contest winners, Scholarship deadline dates for '86 summer term nears, Documentary about Indian Education is narrated by ""Cheers"" actor, Native American Writers class taught at Heritage College, Wapato High School Honor Roll announced
Page 3: HEADSTART ROUND-UP, VEEDER & CORKE TO ADDRESS APRIL GC SESSION, ""BELIEVE THIS OR NOT"", Report calls Puyallup agreement disruptive to development, Archaeological consultant finds burial ""supermarket"", overweight ""chief"" sells of postage stamp reservation, Lower Umpqua & Siuslaw leaders plan split from confederation, '86 YNBT video for sale, BIA Forestry Intern Program selects Beatrice Pimms
Page 4: IT'S SPRING CLEANING TIME!, Washington State University Cooperative Extension sponsoring nutrition workshop on March 21
Page 5: SE tribes becoming more self-sufficient, Effect on Native Culture on Education is meeting topic, Details of Tribe's $23.7 million purchase of firm published, Tribe opposes  deposit of nuclear Waste on their reservation, Legislation would amend Navajo-Hopi law, Poster winners announced, first Indian is appointed Bishop, NW tribes plan International Trade & Development council, President reagan discusses Indian Affairs with Interior officials, Assistant Secretary announces appointments, Swimmer initiates plan for humane relocation of Navajo families, Tribal radio station wins award for documentary on treaties, State Indian Child Welfare Association established in NM
Page 8: WHITE SWAN EARNS A TRIP TO STATE TOURNEY, White Swan boys varsity makes state appearance , Basketball team honored at special ceremonies, Lefty Wilder is featured sports banquet speaker, track shoes donations requested, LOCAL YOUTH TEAMS DO WELL AT TULALIP, MONTANA OPENS A HUNTING SEASON ON BISON
Page 9: SPORTS PERSPECTIVE, Nominees for top top high school athletes named by YNBTA, NAIAA announces basketball championship tournaments to be hosted in Utah, Anti-Indian ads in Wisconsin being investigated, ""Where's Brockton? Well........""
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