Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 13

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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: Plan aims to restore declining Snake River salmon, Settler new chief judge, Desperate Haiti faces naval embargo, Minneapolis area director Barlow suspended, Chief of Police 'un-retired', Schmitten heads marine fisheries, NCAI director Anderson new associate solicitor, Old Fort Nisqually donated.
Page 2: Protesters deface Columbus statue, Boyer: Columbus was destroyer, Seven council members face re election chores, Notice to all candidates, Economics topic of student forum, 19-Point agenda concludes with elections.
Page 3: Taking the oath, U.N., U.S want out of Somalia, Trump becomes expert on 'Indian looks', One-day diabetes seminar Nov. 4, White Swan cleanup volunteers wanted, Haskell reunion set at rodeo, 'Fashion,fitness, feeling god', Highest seller wins Tv, VCR, Work experience opportunities open.
Page 4: Umatillas forego profits to save forest, Coquille wants timber tract in BIA-BLM transfer, Klamath may drop abusers from health care system, Quileute pact will provide salmon eggs to Japan, Puyallup bingo hall ringing up the coins, Idaho legislators reject package of tribal proposals, Nez Perce may open fall salmon season, Walking On; MEMORIAL FOR MARTHA GEORGE.
Page 5: Memorial to Korea, Vietnam war dead, Gen. Schwarzkopf accepts Indian name.
Page 6: Young leads Cougars past Wolfpack, Rodeo classic has $100,000 in prizes, L.I.S.T.E.N. Project hosts youth basketball league, Bicycle, pedestrian pathways workshop set by NWBF, Woman boxing to debut Oct. 30.
Page 7: Byrd named AAOA Program Manager, Smoke-free lungs to testify at support group meeting, Connie Lee Stalcup became Mrs. Joey Ray Casady last July, Wahpat earns student award, LaCourse takes duties as special prosecutor, A dozen positions filled for Nation, Health center to hold flu vaccination sessions.
Page 8: Some grassroots economic proposals, Credit crunch at Christmas, Gratitude for emergency aid, Plaques ahead for Gulf vets, Tribal police 'here when you need them', Deer on Indian gaming and law enforcement.
Page 9: Sharon Goudy reviews record in justice work, Hantavirus test developed, Nevada deer mice show trace , New case in New Mexico, Editor tangles with court over disclosures, Ceremonial Calendar.
Page 10: Navajos stiffen counterfeit penalties, Examining old alpine hunters, Activists don't want petroglyphs, Cheyenne war dead reburied, 'Dances With Wolves' will air on KAPP 35, TBS Indian series busy shooting, New video collection for libraries.
Page 11: Classifieds.
Page 12: River lectures chart history events, Activist Anderson buried; Richardson asks FBI probe, San Xavier secession opposed by O'odhams, Fort Mojave, allies sue to halt dump site, Suit challenges legality of bonuses for council, Cuomo signs limited Mohawk gaming compact, 'Canada is falling to honor Jay Treaty', Catawba await Clinton signing of settlement