Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 24

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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: Petition seeks hellroaring veto (YNR), Domestic wells are contaminated (YNR), BPA- tribal funds wildlife restoration, Nooksack casino opens, Oglala woman wins Goldman ecology rize, Hillary: IHS may be opened to the public
Page 2: Essentials of grazing permits, Resolutions cover the landscape, Toppenish farmworker housing units begun, Elderly housing started in Zillah, Youth practicum at Chaparral, New hand ahead on WIP tap, White Swan parenting workshops set, MacPherson becomes Oregon lawyer, Skahan family reunion set May 8, Buy, sell crafts at YVCC fair
Page 3: QUICKLY, CRITFC loan claims dismissed, Stick game prize pool $16,000, Many activities slated at health fair, Cheri aims to be Xumpenish princess, Toppenish Creek Longhouse organizes, Spiritual Center in works at hospital, Tribal members re-visit accustomed digging sites, BUDDY BIG MOUNTAIN with Ironhorse, On-Onekwe, Buddy, Awesome Fox, and Wendell, SHAPA SHEW KWAT Resolutions sent to D.C., letter to Justice Department,
Page 4: Muckleshoot wants horse racing track, Klamath River share for Indian fishermen, Nez Perce developing emergency response plan, Nez Perce sue state over constitutional move, Sho-Ban worried about sites around Massacre Rocks
Page 5: Historical society board has varied experience, Alvin 'jumps for Heart', More names set for monument, Aboard with work force
Page 6: Pendleton repeats at YNBT, Warhawks claim Vet's tourney title, Otis wins YNBTA sla-dunk title, Men's Treaty Day slowpitch slated, All-Indian softball event in June, The 1993 Yakima Nation tournament review
Page 7: White Swan, Wapato rule All-Nation picks, Lapwai holds off Brat Pac for girl's title, Womens softball slated for June, activities slated at powwow, Bulls take title over Oregon
Page 8: Mosqueda revives ancient art of flint-kidnapping, McKitrick featured at YVCC's TeePee Gallery, 'geronimo' tangles with BLM, tapestry of legend, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 9: EARTH DAY MANIFESTO, Walking On; DOROTHEA CASSAWAY, RAYMOND PAUL JOHN JR. , KIMBERLY JOYCE WYMAN, DELVINE ALECK, ERNEST F. RABOIN, WALLEY F. WAK WAK, LEONA SALINA JIM, INEZ BILL ISADORE, ZACHERY MICHAEL McGUIRE, MATTHEW G. IKE SR. MEMORIAL, DAN BARNHART MEMORIAL, JOSEPH SKAHAN JR. MEMORIAL, Moore, chairman of Tohono O'Odham, dies
Page 10: Kuwaitis salute Bush, Weighing Yakima training center expansion from perspective of Wanapum memories, Calif. police culture harms human dignity, JUST THE FAX
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Aberdeen IHS doctor practicing without SD license, Flathead boycott; Effects not easy to asses, Tribal colleges seek land grant status, crazy Horse malt liquor ban 'unconstitutional', ute Mountain applies for nuke waste study grant , Cuomo Oks $10 million Oneida casino in Verona, Historian in pursuit of old delaware chief, Miccosukee ousts operators for alleged crime ties, Hernando de Soto legacy 'genocide,' says Indian group, AIM wondered: Was it targeted by alleged spy ring as terrorist organization?