Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 15

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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: Clinton signs religious freedom bill reversing high court decision, Judge Gavin will assist Acquavella, Korea 'danger zone', Ancient remains now coming home, Gaming: Brief window of opportunity, Goal includes 2,400 new reservation jobs, Wahsise sentenced in Suppah slaying
Page 2: Survey seeks citizen assessment of plan for growth
Page 3: MacDonald asks Window Rock transfer, Klickitat students rally for 4-H, Indian coalition backs Clinton plan, Yakama warriors prepare for NCAI
Page 4: Up for reelection, Roseline Charley, Harold F. Dave, Sharon Goudy, Wendell L. Hannigan, Augustine Howard, Ernest C. James
Page 5: Roster of Candidates; Virgil E. James, Marilyn Miller, Gordon Queahpama, Hazel Umtuch Olney, Harry J. Smiskin, Arlen Washines, Clifford Washines, William F. Yallup Sr., A call to council
Page 6: City growth challenged, Infant mortality bill pushed for Indians, Text: COE suspension , Code suspends council member on credit issue, All 'Nam records released
Page 7: Two business workshops slated, Tribes lobby against gaming restrictions, Tulalip nets $12 million in first year of casino, Salmon loss $1.5 billion without action, says study, property owners get boost in Indian shellfish suit, Streep-Bacon film continues after environmental accord, Coeur d'Alenes betting on a national lottery
Page 8: John top NAIA pick, 'Springs try come up short, Red Earth sweeps tourney, Copus learns lesson in loss, Speed, courage and antics remembered about 'Dolph' (YNR), White Swan, Wapato land 23 players on all-league team
Page 9: Halloween Mask Dance highlights Celilo feast, Toppenish gangs: 'You have to watch your back all of the time' in order to be safe, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 10: Making the case for a Yakima casino, Is Senate getting tough?, Human sacrifice: Views through red eyes and white eyes
Page 11: Tribes weigh Clinton plan, Aboriginal land rights emerging in Australia, Death claims Maggie Jim, Grateful for a friendship, Ancient Wichita remains unearthed in dam project will be returned to tribe in Oklahoma location, Walking On; GILBERT SMITH , WILLIE BUCK, ROSEMARY "BLONDIE" PARR HENSLEY
Page 12: Wilma Mankiller remembers her own 'Trail of Tears', Tallchief recalls career as top U.S dancer, He's 87 years young, New figures grace museum, Turkey drive aids families, Williams top YTS student
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Crows, Interior reach boundary dispute agreement, Skull Valley Goshutes seek Utah's Tooele Army Depot, Colorado Utes, VA sign vets' home loan program, Zah vetoes Navajo purchase of $2.3 million N.M. ranch, Uranium mine tailings stir health fears across Navajo, Wis. Indian casinos produced nearly $50 million in taxes, Foxwood's slot revenues top $32 million per month, Ecuadorian tribes sue Texaco over pills