Yakama Nation Review, Volume 18, Number 24

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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: Cougars return with B tournament trophies, Seniors charge Tribe’s hiring policy is a form of “elder abuse”, Indian bingo wins, 6-3 in U.S. Supreme Court, Salmonscam defendents denied bail in appeal again
Page 2: Museum opens its doors for the season, Cultural Resource Program reports on issues and activities, More Salmonscam news, Indian Bingo/from page 1, Seniors chart/from page 1
Page 3: “In my opinion…”, “Stop baby-bottle tooth decay!”, Dental Facts to Chew On
Page 4: A 1983 vision becomes a reality, Storm is 1987 Coach of the Year,
Page 5: White Swan finishes 6th in State B, Cougar coach is honored by peers
Page 6: Glenwood finishes 6th at girl’s state B tournament, looks to be back in 1988, Pairings set for 32nd annual all-Indian invitational basketball tournament, The Yakima Bucks open their tournament play on Thursday, Thirty & Over league champs announced, Cowboys are still winnin’ em
Page 7: Extension Smoke Signals, Starting a new lawn, Recipes, Thinking Up, Church Announcements
Page 8: Classified, Out of the Mailbag, Our first and utmost concern is for employment, Chemawa students seeking funds to cut a Canyon Records tape, Sea lions have more rights than Indians, Pen Pals wanted, Simon says “Let’s Bingo”