Yakama Nation Review, Volume 23, Number 25

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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: High court caps water rights (YNR), Justice Dept. denies pardon Sohappy (YNR), Spiritual Center at Providence discussed (YNR), Lumni boundary doesn't include bay, Alaska Natives guinea pigs in'50s, trump: Interior 'prefers' tribes, Bosnia Serbs reject pact
Page 2: Basket shapes library design (YNR), 'Sign Hellroaring bill', Babbit won't target tribes for waste dumps
Page 3: Tribal members re-visit accustomed digging sites (YNR), resolutions sent to D.C. letter to Justice Department, BUDD BIG MOUNTAIN With Ironhorse, On-Onekwe, Buddy, Awesome Fox and Wendell, RITFC 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
Page 4: Josephine lillie brought Toppenish into being Mixed-blood Yakima daughter learned business sense from stern father
Page 5: U.S. appeals order to rehear Samish case,Babbit supports removal of elwha River dams, Police disciplined for 'racist' dance imitations, Sho-Ban leaders weigh cigaret tax imposition, Traditional Shoshoni wedding on horizon, Preservation month feted at Toppenish, Academics, elders to be recognized
Page 6: New Oregon trail adventure, 'Heavy duty' Geronimo, Dig reveals prehistoric Ore. campsite, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 7: Walking on; MARY KERBY HANSEN, MARGO NAOMI JAMES, ELLEN SALUSKIN, ELLA L. ADAMS OLNEY, FLOYD JOSEPH CARL, BONITA NELL OLNEY, JAMES(JIM) C. CLEMENTS, REBECCA (BECKY SUE) ANDY MEMORIAL, DAN BARNHART MEMORIAL, Memorial wreaths offered, Clan Mother 'walks on'
Page 8: Public supports indian gaming 2-to-1, mandate to work at Information Gap, 'Kemosabe ' all around timber confab, Of libel and slander:
Page 9: Reviewing issues of crime victims, Cradleboard count brings tribal rolls up to 8,344, Pair honored
Page 10: Paz all-around of Root Feast Rodeo, Japanese after 'real cowoys', Wapato softball leagues open, Broadcast makes NBA history, IHS, CSO log 337 walk-a-thon miles, NIAA Finals needs major internal overhaul
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: All-Indian state FFa chapter started at Y.T.H.S, Cheyenne river files for custody Sue, Berkeley adopts Yuroks through sister city program, hopi-Navajo deadline for settlement June 15, Columbus's name removed from M. graham project, Navajo Nation changes laws concerning marriage, Wis. Indian casinos continue despite amendment jeopardy, judge dismisses most charges against Abenakis