Yakama Nation Review, Volume 19, Number 2, June 19

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Introduction: 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: Yakima Nation Review, NCAI to meet June 24-26 in Portland, All-Indian rodeo action, First international fisheries management, Conference well attended, Compact sets blueback season, Toppenish celebrates the 4th in a western way.
Page 2: Congratulations class of '87!, General council corner.
Page 3: Indian news week-in-review, Miss Indian U.S.A honored at Tinowit powwow.
Page 4: Tribal attorney's monthly litigation report (cont. Page 5).
Page 5: Litigation cont., Indian tribe interested in hosting nuclear waste dump for $$$, "Deepwell injection" is latest method of hazardous waste disposal, NRC, State defies purchase of land by Navajo Nation.
Page 6: Annual all-Indian rodeo is crowd-pleaser, Rodeo royalty crowned.
Page 7: "The lighter side of Indian Rodeo", Infant mortality rate falls, says DHHS report, Supreme court strikes down escheat law, Sho-Ban Tero office challenged, Snoqualmie leader dies at 110, Oklahoma tribes bingo suit is in court.
Page 8: Cultural center parade successful.
Page 9: Opinions, Picking on Idians education, "Around the campfire", Constitution precludes special treatment of any citizens, "On the contrary Mr. Milo Moore.", Indian affairs is no longer a "select" senate committee.
Page 10: Classified call (509) 865-5121, Ext. 716, Notices , Jobs, Walking on, Alice Shilow, Julia Phillips, Fredrick Sweowat, Acknowledgments.