Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 16

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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: Tribal agriculture bill on Clinton's desk (YNR), Voters weigh committee reports, Inouye: Gaming revision near 'breakthrough', Researchers isolate hantavirus in laboratory, Report: Nine salmon species face extinction, Business funds of $247,000 for entrepreneurs, Three tribes sue over 1979 Boldr ruling
Page 2: AIDS: 'You don't need to be gay' (YNR), New Er/WM Office in Union Gap, Vets' Powwow: Who took top prizes, Youth council gets governor's award, Corpus presents Toppenish Creek Data
Page 3: Heather Hill's implant opens the entire universe of sound, Marchers bring Lyle Point conflict to Olympia for governor's assistance
Page 4: Some coho return in Deer Creek landslide, With Thomas Forest Service priorities certain to change, Umatilla announces plans to build $7 million casino, Oregon minow added to endangered species list, Coeur d'Alene allowed to intervene in bankruptcy case, Walking On; EDWIN EDSALL, SAMMY BUTTERFLY, MARTHA CULPUS GEORGE MEMORIAL
Page 5: 'Thanksmas' potluck ahead, Seniors prepare wanity Christmas Bazaar, YTS Bazaar set Dec. 10, Visiting Santa by wagon, See Leavenworth in Alps, Heritage Hi ets events, Four now environmental scholars, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 6: Voters weigh committee reports, vote on motions
Page 7: General Council midway through 19-point agenda, Corrections...
Page 8: What makes today's Indian writers tick?, Exploring native world inside white America
Page 9: 'Geronimo': History as he saw it, What Indians want to see, Georgeville Head Start Program readied
Page 10: General Council right on schedule , Clinton's Korean options, Integral healing for vets, 'Radicals make false accusations' at council, How is Alcohol Outreach serving the people?
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Navajos create oil and gas corporation, Walker River releases water to help dwindling lake, Native Hawaiians welcome change on trust question, Crazy Horse's face slowly emerging, Blackfeet 'Eyes of Indian' evicted from tribal facility, Delaware voters back secession from Cherokee, Deer accepts Halbritter as leader at Oneida, World War II Navajo code talker portraits on exhibit in Tokyo"