Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 22

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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: BIA 'needs an Indian Moses' for way out of wilderness, Hillary joins Indian summit to assess functions of IHS, Ancient Toweatmy, Satus culturl sites damaged, Royalty crowned, Bucks win in YNBTA opening day auction, Munsen 'backup judge' for Acquavella water case, Memaloose Island in trust?, Wind power may harm spiritual sites, Coeur d'Alene bingo workers' boon
Page 2: Treaty border issue divides old neighbors, 'Calls' in 1855 treaty outline Tract D borders
Page 3: Mazama Glacier feeds Helllroaring (sic) system
Page 4: Perseverance of Yakimas won Tract D's return
Page 5: Quinault president arrested for 'obstruction', Walking On (Virginia Ethel Shirley)
Page 6: Toweatmy, Satus sites harmed, A special day for the elders, Where are you , Moses?, Spring swells work force
Page 7: Nettie Jackson, mural society win tributes, Joins Indian summit
Page 8: Chargers make impressive start, finish, 'Airball' propells McGrath to Alaska state girl's title, Sovereign Nation softball tournament slated for June, It's always winter rules at U.S.'s northernmost course, Treaty Day slowpitch tournament set for Wapato, Three men arrested for selling fake NCAA tournament tickets
Page 9: O.T. decides 13th YNBT host, Every Montana town has a basketball legend, List of Montana high school basketball players who hit 1,400+
Page 10: Umtuch complets (sic) federal training course, becomes first female criminal investigator, Kamiah site for Root Feast, Pilot project enlists students to enlist students, Education funding report misleading
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Babbitt has asked Zah for his resume