Yakama Nation Review, Volume 18, Number 6

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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: TRIBE EXERTS SOVEREIGNTY IN SALMON SCAM CASE, Judge issues federal arrest warrants for defendants, Homicide investigations continue, BIA begins campaign against res. drugs
Page 2: Landmark water agreement for Colorado Ute tribes, Tribes set first days of fishing season, TRIBAL ATTORNEY SUBMITS MONTHLY LITIGATION UPDATE REPORT
Page 4: Relocation Commision charged with mismanagement & waste, "We are very, very glad to be home again!!!, Eastern Washington Tribe opens bingo parlor; critics complain, Monsignor Lenz & Rev. Bishop Skylstad to lead Special Mass on Sept. 21 in White Swan, American Indian Museum moves step closer to Texas with court ruling, Figge is BIA Consultant for Financial Programs, Attorney General says Reservation Liquor Stores need state license, BIA head says Phoenix Indian School is obsolete, should be closed, MBDA awards contract for Indian Business Development Center in Arizona, GENERAL COUNCIL RECONVENES SEPT. 9-11
Page 5: TOWNHOUSE MEETINGS TO LEAD OFF SEPTEMBER GC SESSION, Mary Lee White vys for Harrah Fall Festival title , Draperies & Curtains, IHS
Page 6: Fish & Chips served up at the national softball tournament, A change in sponsorship does not alter women's tournament result, Pendleton repeats as little league 12-years & under champions
Page 7: Satus free Spirits take warm springs co-ed tournament, Natural Resources Deputy Directorship filled, Tribal ag. extension program director resigns
Page 8: Classified, Walking On; AGNES PARR, MICHAEL GEORGE, DAVID STALCUP, CRITFE announce July Citations that were issued