Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 23

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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: Strong to Clinton: Tribes will assist in relieving 'stressed ecosystem', Dozen salmon runs in critical condition, FBI asserts 'no evidence' of serial killer, Ahead in the classroom: aboriginal ABCs?, Justices refuse Lonetree review of spy conviction, Nez Perce file water rights claims in Snake River adjudication
Page 2: Clinton: $2 billion for Hanford cleanup, Conway faces 25-year-old escape charge, Siberian-type explosion unlikely at Hanford, Yurok Tribe becomes Berkeley's sister city, Salmon runs' critical state, Move delays YNR sports, FBI: 'No evidence' of serial killer, Duck Valley development ahead
Page 3: Easing 'stressed ecosystem', 'Indians will build coalitions', Twenty Colombian Indians slain in land grab, Justices deny Lonetree review
Page 4: Tract D: Two turbulent decades of conflict, Key issue in civil jurisdiction, BLM's Scherler oversaw Tract D survey stretching across 44 miles
Page 5: Vancouver white couple wins Navajo girl, Walking On (Rebecca ""Dolly"" Dave Sam, Lenora L. Heath Meanus)
Page 6: 'Geronimo' before cameras in Utah, Yakima myths, White Swan school days
Page 7: Clinic aims to cure nicotine fits, CSO's Beardslee tops for '93, Bills to boost tribal economies
Page 8: Denial behind the deaths of loved ones, Loose ends at Hellroaring, A look at both sides of the Yakima bingo option
Page 9: Classifieds
Page 10: Blackfeet may cancel non-tribal leases, Navajos steamed over lease terms sought by Hopis in land dispute settlement