Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 21

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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: Umatillas will open casino in fall, Site woven in history of Yakamas, Rebels, Mexico open talks for accords, Voters ready to weigh three gaming options, State wants to regulate federal dams, Courts limit jurisdiction for Utes, Bill tightens disclosure regarding tribal financial information
Page 2: Opportunity to recover uses of past, A real taste of voters’ opinions, Plane crash claims three IHS doctors, Supreme court limits jurisdiction for Utes, cont.
Page 3: Quickly, Celilo Wyam Feast seeks candidates, Sho-ban hosts agriculture seminar, Wante: Miss Indian World ‘94, Elders ready to ‘mix it up’, Heritage slates financial aid sessions, Lyle Point arguments Mar. 24, State wants to regulate dams, cont., Bill puts lid on tribal data, cont.
Page 4: Rebels, Mexico see accords, cont., Commission says rights abused by army, “Indian conditions’ led rebel leader to take up arms
Page 5: Three tribal gaming options, Bingo Only, Gaming Only, Combination, Jobs, enhanced income principal gaming assets, Ceremonial Calendar, House passes gaming limits, cont.
Page 6: Sports, Lay leads Bucks over Seattle title, Instant Replays, Res. Spike in 3-way tie in boy’s Yakima Valley AAU, Born free boxers bring back wins from Nez Perce Nation, Good news, bad news for NWSS in final, Yakama, Glenwood players named to league teams, John erans Coach of the Year, Hamilton slates all-Indian memorial tournament
Page 7: Umatilla Casino, ‘Ready by Round-Up’, Miller heads residence council, Vic Gardee takes helm, New faces in the work force, Elders enjoy celery feast, Business offers cleaning for guns
Page 8: Braine will manage first creation of native radio program service by satellite in new AIROS effort, Mural group slates banquet, auction, Toppenish arts fair set June 4, Santos unveils ‘Changing Plateaus’, Morningstar will spotlight dancers, BIA Director Earl Barlow retires amid probe, Speelyi-Mi Fair schedule set, Maskmaker Holly Spino honored
Page 9: Walking on: Violet E. (Lumley) Rau, Clarence Levi Charles, Tugboat spills diesel oil into Columbia, Petition aims to protect all west coast steelhead, IHS cleared after probe of Shoalwater infant deaths, Nez Perce, Coeur d’Alene won’t endorse EchoHawk, Coquille elders’ center threatened by opponents, Colville weighs new repository for artifacts, Shoshone-Paiute, military agree on medical treatment
Page 10: Gaming stance may haunt Echohawk, White: YHNA abuses have gone ‘unchecked’, Gaming can create much needed revenue, Grant for Celilo center
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Page 12: Across Native America, Blackfeet bank’s CD sets financial circles buzzing, Loser firm for T-rex files mechanic’s lien, Contempt order new wrinkle in Shoshone enrollment flap, Fort Mojave aims to be Nevada’s first Indian casino, AIO’s INDIANnet aims at broad computer literacy, Six enter presidential race on Navajo Nation, Zah declines Beyai resignation over charge, Deer: Boren misunderstands area office merger steps, Conable heads drive for national Indian museum, Wood remembers drama of hard negotiations at Wounded Knee