Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 19

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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: Hellroaring pursues water right, Clinton supports Bosnia peace plan, 'Religion and life are one', Options may acquire tribal timber, Babbitt backs tribal gaming, BIA offers tribe direct trust investment, Columbia River patrol weeds out non-treaty Indian fishermen
Page 2: Hellroaring pursues water right, Text: Hellroaring bill
Page 3: Tribe may reacquire forest lands in closed areas, Code, Credit Committee lock horns on law, AIM: Memories of Russell Means since Wounded Knee II
Page 4: River patrol weeds non-treaty Indian fishermen, Shellfish harvest trial begins Aug. 3, Walking On (Leona L. Moore)
Page 5: Clinton supports Vance-Owen Bosnia peace plan, More women charge Packwood with sexual advances, Sex harrassment of tribal employees focused in draft personnel manual
Page 6: 'Twenty-five seconds from our goal', Lewiston, Lapwai in prep polls, Witt scores 18 in Montana Tech win, Veterans' Classic III tourney in White Swan to honor past vets, Watch that 'kill the ref' talk in Montana, Squeochs earns Toppenish Middle School's academic award for December, National Indian Boxing card set
Page 7: Babbitt: Hero or villain?, New Hopi-Navajo pact dead, BIA offers tribes direct trust investment, Leaders seeking wider religious freedoms, BIA central office to relocate
Page 8: Necessity moves new student, Nation wants to build YIN Elder complex, Federal building code adopted until a Tribal code, regulations enacted
Page 9: The MAO version, Museum director 'embezzled', 'Powwow Highway' probes modern Indian conflicts
Page 10: Fair highlights opportunities, Some first steps to college study, Careers in environmental sciences
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Ancient Colorado fire pit nominated for protection