Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 21

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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: Clinton team backs treaty rights, Tribal members cast economic votes, GAO study to save salmon 'inconclusive', Tribe returns nuclear waste study funds, In-House counsel contract approved, Governors tell Babbitt Indian gaming 'frightening', Sho-Bans sue Andrus over gaming amendment
Page 2: A number of economic votes, Clinton team backs rights
Page 3: Council weighs White Swan rail line option, Mt. Adams Furniture-A new direction
Page 4: Lowry keeps Smitch as head of wildlife, For Shoalwater Tribe, birth now means death
Page 5: Governors call Indian gaming 'frightening, Marching in memory of Wounded Knee, Clinton's pledge: 'National service will change America forever', How national service will begin to work
Page 6: YNBTA champions return, 38th annual 'Big' tournament here sooner than expected, Honanie back from Reno with Master's win, Veterans teams give tournament preview, Sovereign Nation softball tournament slated for June, Tri-City finals played before Chinooks game, Treaty Day slowpitch tournament set for Wapato
Page 7: Couldn't start mom's car, three seek tourney crown, Liberty Tromblee WBC Queen
Page 8: 3 million will see Oregon Trail events, He'll be wagon master, Walking On (Archie Charles Ivall, Jennifer Jane Clark, Walter J. ""Papa"" Holder, Lillian Moses Saluskin)
Page 9: Exploring the Kwakiutl potlatch, New Warm Springs museum blessed, Images of Yup'ik life
Page 10: Homophobia and Indian country, Hellroaring up close, Indian Scholarships, Fetal alcohol syndrome must be addressed
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: States challenging tribal mineral taxes