Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 17

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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.

Volume 23, Number 17 
January 15, 1993

Page 1 Headlines: "Bruce Babbit will head Interior" • "Allies bomb Iraqi missile and radar sites" • "Five Yakimas set to attend Clinton inaugural"• "Trust extension weighed" • "Getting ready to recross Oregon Trail" • "Lowry's inauguration in Olympia opens new liberal era" • "Treaty rights figure in future uses of Hanford property"

Page 2 Headlines: "Miller new associate justice" • "Council weighs trust status extension" • "Clinton inaugural will celebrate diversity • "Contracting BIA land purchase program won't harm trust"

Page 3 Headlines: "Treaty rights figure in Hanford future" • "It's lights out time for Oregon's Trojan nuclear power plant"

Page 4 Headlines: "Liberal era of Mike Lowry begins" • "Bush outlines 'when force makes sense'" • "Allies bomb Iraqi missile and radar sites"

Page 5 Headlines: "Parents of Dodd's victims 'relieved' by death" • "Indian sentenced for sex abuse" • "Umatillas plan $10 million gaming center"

Page 6 Headlines: "Police grads hailed by government" • "Tribal council rejects CRITFC funding action" • "Tribe's Law & Justice Division reshaped for 'separation of powers'" • "Yakima ATNI delegates named" • "Sgt. Lumely patroled Yakima lands in 1800's" • "Law enacted requires HIV/AIDS education"

Page 7 Headlines: "Ancient Mayan monument depicts mysterious events" • "Retracing the Oregon Trail"

Page 8 Walking On: Mary Jo Estep, Charlene Carol Strong, Marguerite "Bing" Amann, Shari Dee Sampson Elwell, Nancy Hudson, Elsie Wak Wak, William S. Miller Memorial

Page 8 Headlines: "Cigarette smoke serious threat to public health"

Page 9 Headlines: "Offices Hoptowit" • "Watlamet earn new teeth for patrol" • "New kids on the block" • "Graduate Lee begins with fisheries" • "Olney named to advisory panel"

Page 10 Headlines: "Treaties: formal agreements of independent governments" • "A right to one's own opinion" • "Of libel and slander"

Page 11 Section: Classifieds

Page 12 Headlines: "EPA OKs tough Isleta Pueblo water standards" • "Babbitt co-owns ranch in land settlement area" • "'I will champion Indian cause'"