Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 2

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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: Hellroaring negotiations loom(YNR), WIP director must be Indian (YNR), Korean memorial, Judge says Congress 'overstepped authority', Time and the treaty: A number of changes, MacDonald moved to federal prison, Doctors probe cause of mystery Navajo illness, New Wisconsin coalition will oppose treaty rights
Page 2: Army circumventing cultural pact?
Page 3: Chief Eagle eelatsee blanket recognized (YNR), Chief earned love, respect (YNR), YTS group recycles 16,756 lbs., Tin-Ma honors top college students, Chaparral sponsors food program, Topics for 'Road to Wellness', Red Cross monthly AIDs classes, Many in natural resource slots
Page 4: Duwamish untiring in recognition struggle, irrigation works restore chinook run to Umatillas, Oregon Trail exhibit opens in The Dalles, Slockish won't eat 'polluted salmon' from the Columbia, Idaho legislature begins repair of tribal relations, Coeur d'Alenes make pitch for mutual customer referrals, Walking On; EDDIE J. SCONAWAH, NORMA JEAN TURNING ROBE, DARRELL STUART "STICK" JACK, IDA J. ABRAHAM
Page 5: Walking On; ARNOLD E. YORK, LEONARD V. ABRAHAMSON MEMORIAL, Ceremonial Calendar, Tiinowit host drums ready for business
Page 6: The Yakima Treaty
Page 7: The Yakima Treaty, cont.
Page 8: Melusky inspired by past players, Satus Powwow results in, 21st will be held, Toppenish Rodeo turns 61, Morin takes Satus run, Bikers on 1,500-mile tour for education funding, Festival deadlines near
Page 9: Whipman Ike heads out to pasture , It's not run-of-the-mill Pocatello news, Gorr keeps Okanogan Center open, Museum features Columbia basketry, Klahowya shop up for sale
Page 10: Clinton at the wall, Are Indians sovereigns or citizens?, Historic preservation dinner had YNR newspaper souvenirs, Kudos for LISTEN team, Interior seeks Memaloose Island
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Court: Most states can't tax Indians working, Reputed mob boss sentenced in Rincon casino scheme, Ex-Sandia policeman gets prison term in molestation, Dashle concerned by reports of IHS misdoings in S.D., Wis. Oneidas say casino threatens land claim lawsuit, Hurricane funds restored to Houma after review, Bishop on leave after misconduct