Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 12

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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: Trump: Indian gaming rife with crime, Wapato: t's 'greedy tycoons' v. the tribes, Reburying the ancestors no easy matter (YNR), Toppenish will mark heritage, Brazil's police find evidence of genocide in Yanomami village, Washines retires under protest, Idaho high court opposes tribes, BurRec's Nelson crosses river to talk with Tribe
Page 2: Georgeville water to get new flow, Newspaper: Area Director accepted gifts from casinos, Yakima County wins 'Night Out' award, Indian Boarding School Powwow set, Deer, Brown will address NCAI, Wapato Indian education meeting set, October Washington Elder Rights Month
Page 3: Gov. Lowry's diversity order seeks advances for minorities, Craig 'environmental fellow', Working on elders' center
Page 4: Yakimas protest development at Lyle Point fishing site, Seeking a few good manuscripts, Fall Yakima salmon fishery, Fresh in the workforce, Wilderness Church schedules meetings, Battle begins against drugs
Page 5: Grand Ronde breaks ground for resort, Indian child welfare group receives $396,735 grant, Cow Creek doubling size of successful bingo parlor, Wagon train going distance budgets little notice, Puyallup, Quileute offer to assist slate hatcheries, Did Council Fires letter result in Campbell's firing?, Noisy jets roar over Duck Valley vision site
Page 6: Diamond shows LadyHawk sparkle, Team joins up with Blackhawks to cure 'softball bug' (YNR), Cougars to host youth tournament in Oregon, Kah-Nee-Tah Fall Run set, will cover 10k and two miles, Senate panel approves expanding youth sports, AAU league to start soon, St. Labre 'pumped' after notching first win since '84, Nike chairman 'kind of knew' players were within rules, Bikes enter cougar domain and gell escourt out of area
Page 7: Victor learns all too well from his champ father's talent, Tigers: 10 wins, no losses, Goudy cited for volunteerism, YTS Student of the month, Beating the syndrome of abuse
Page 8: Omak hosts writer's conference to stir imaginations of the young (YNR), Will Rogers had a lot of fun with 'just the facts, maan', Mesquakie, Yupik artists, Almeida of Sunnyside among NEA's honorees, YTS students examine habits of the salmon
Page 9: City outlived collapse of Maya, Ceremonial Calendar, Walking On; FRANK ORME, MINNIE SAM SAMPSON, ROBERT WILBERT BRUCE, MICHAEL J. LEWIS
Page 10: Learning to read marked cards, Wants tribal work force reduced by half, Writer recommends financial disclosure, Grateful for support, concern after mishap, Drugs and Isolation
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Wind River ready to issue water rights permits, Fort Berthold taxes, TERO lose against oil company, Stolen Kateri Tekawitha, statue returned to mission, County barred from seizure of Indian properties, Indian gaming founder inducted in hall of fame, White Mountain Apache adopt revised constitution, Black Seminole descendants reclaim Texas heritage, Deer recognizes Harlbritter as leader of N.Y. Oneidas, Judge: Florida can disallow Indian casinos, De Soto celebration renamed after threats and protest, Whitesell: Recall efforts stall tribal government"