Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 18

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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: Salinas seeks truce with Mayan guerillas (YNR), Indian issues behind uprising, Warm Springs tribal council intervenes in Lyle Point suit (YNR), State gaming bill pending to control tribal options, Meninck heads cultural program (YNR), Executive Board resolutions ratified (YNR), BIA weighs employee conflicts of interest, Census Bureau profiles key Indian findings in the 1990s
Page 2: Trujillo readies for confirmation, Fundraiser computer classes Feb. 5, College fair on horizon Feb.17, Columbia basin flows below average, Not-your-usual-businesses to gather, Agencies assess endangered species, Employees double United contributions
Page 3: Rebels 'ready to talk', Zapatista rebels come into focus
Page 4: Bolivia: Indian vice president, Hantavirus in Nevada, Owyhee coalition aims to protect old sites, Dose project sets sessions, Doublerunner earns promotion
Page 5: Williams named to Pacific salmon panel, Jim gets public service in eagle feather case, Judge voids section of Indian Gaming Act, February cesium shipment to cross Umatilla Reservation, Sho-Ban top cop named to Idaho alcohol-drug panel, Coeur d'Alene weighs cleanup of mining waste, Coeur d'Alenes 'insulted' by lake development plan
Page 6: Worth the price of admission, Pendleton '3-Peats' by edging Swinomish, 11-107, Yakima county Roping Club holds awards event, announces officers for 1994 roping seasons, Gaming order to host benefit golf tourney at Palm Springs, Magpies' 6-foot & Under scheduled, Cougars to host youth tourneys, Iowa State band will no longer play the 'Indian chant' tune, Dream Team makes title reality, Corpuz returns from Rose City with decision win
Page 7: Veteran rekindles 'Coleman' memory of Belgium, Honanie, Lewis will trade rows, Director Jordan honored, Wapato Club has calendar of activities, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 8: The case for legalizing drugs, Concerning lawyers and race, Mexico's Indian agony, Studying Yakima news focus, Charmed by Heather Hill, She found time to talk, Revisiting World War II battlefields, Yakima penpal on wanted list
Page 9: Walking on; MILDRED COURVILLE HILL, LYNN McCRACKEN, NANCY HAZEL JIM, BREWER C. TULLY, DARRELL MESPLIE SR., ARA A. SATIACUM, KENNETH JOBEY CELESTINE, ABEL B. FRENCH, DORENE GOUDY GONZALEZ, Billy Jean Barr Memorial, Dixy Lee Ray did it her way, First chairwoman at Fort Berthold, Wildcat of Lac du Flambeau passes
Page 10: Kwagiutl images shatter stereotypes, San Ildefonso Pueblo sues for sacred pot, Warm Springs museum features 'People in Peril', New faces in tribal work force
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: National memorial planned for Indian vets, Appeals court upholds MacDonald's convictions, Mescalero weights private nuke waste storage deal, Foxwood slot revenues top $250 million, Does Trump have 'standing' to challenge gaming act?, Tapes of Catawba elders being returned to tribe, New Menominee institute aims to strengthen Indian gaming