Yakama Nation Review, Volume 18, Number 22

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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 issueare 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: U.S. Remands Fisherman Over Tribal Court, Indian Affairs chairman vows to act on tribal concerns, Conditional tribal attorney contract signed
Page 2: Hydro-dam project on Palouse abandoned, Former Puyallup tribal chairwoman seeks Robert Satiacum’s release, Expansion of firing center planned, Cow Creek Indians charge termination, Senator Inouye/from
Page 3: Monthly Litigation Update Report
Page 4: Perspectives, The phase-out of Indian Education, “Yakama tribe needs a lawyer”, Clayton Lonetree: a spy, dupe or a sucker
Page 5: Columbia River fish run forecast[sic] optimistic, Home Visitor’s Handbook available, Crafts People, Navajo elderly aid bill introduced, Students earn honors, Toppenish students nominated for national program, Elderly abuse is topic of workshop
Page 6: Extension smoke signals, Resolutions passed by tribal council, General information on the Speelyi-Mi Indian Arts and Crafts Fair, Status of Financial Assistance Programs for FY 1987
Page 7: Out of Our Mailbag, Yin suffers from high unemployment, so please spend per capita wisely, Charley competes for Celilo Wyam title of Jr. Princess, Twut-tii’s using spiritual powers in our politics accuses Alexander, Celilo Wy-Am Salmon Feast & Pow Wow is April 10-12, Babette Greene listed as missing person, Please, not another housing project in Wapato
Page 8: Classified, Walking On: Isabesl Colwash, Georgia Brisbois