Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 20

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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: Board adopts broad policy on tribal religious freedoms, Council opposes Hellroaring water claim plan in senate, Tribes, state reach impasse over shellfish, Clinton launches economic recovery, MacDonald faces 14 years in prison, New Indian reservation stimulus package of $102 million, Abenaki lose aboriginal title, When animals were people, Coyote was the craftsman
Page 2: No to Hellroaring senate water claim, General membership hears report on water, bingo, and grazing, HID: A profile, Tribes to focus on farming, ranching issues at confab, MacDonald, Shellfish impasse
Page 3: New religious freedom policy, Native religions, DWI victims impact panel session scheduled
Page 4: Lowry signs gaming pact with two tribes, Walking On (Eda Letitia Jefferson, Florence Emily Wesley Andrews, Sam Cagey)
Page 5: Pueblos flex regulatory muscles over water, Occupiers of Wounded Knee reunite, Clinton plan, Library returns items taken at massacre, Clinton's reservation stimulus package
Page 6: Sweowat 6th in state, vows to capture championship, YTHS students learning self-defense, Native Americans to finalize details for '96 Olympic federation status, Oregon Athletics, Shooting Stars claim memorial tourney titles
Page 7: Oregon Trail wandered through Yakima homeland, Nation to mark treating signing with anniversary activities, Elder's Day Dinner scheduled
Page 8: Youth flag contest has $100 prize, Trujillo cited for citizenship, Slowed industry causes change, McCloud makes 1st semester honor roll, YIN youth chosen as top students, Youth part of leadership conference
Page 9: Speelyi-Mi cherishes ancient ways, Collection: Indian arts of the frontier
Page 10: Washingtonians give Clinton 68 percent OK, Mt. Adams cattle compete with deer, Case for multiculturalism
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Gold miners invade Brazil's Yanomami reserve, Cheyenne River stakes claim to dinosaur Sue