Yakama Nation Review, Volume 24, Number 23

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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: Gaming taking shape step by careful step (YNR), Clinton sets 'Indian Summit'(YNR), Northwest Indian educators convene in Yakima, DWI: Some tragic reservation statistics, Colville reparations ahead over Coulee Dam salmon, Clinton sends Patriot missiles to Korea
Page 2: Howard, Moses survey ancient area
Page 3: Clinton sets 'Indian Summit', Lyle Point decision set this week, WANTED: Celilo images and memories, Wapato Cultural Fair Mar. 29, YVCC offers job training plans, Boom hiring in natural resources, Pepsi, Red Cross join forces, Need a faraway teen pen pal?
Page 4: Mexico mourns Colosio assassination, Howell sailing to Japan
Page 5: Umatillas seek more water for fish stocks, Oregon governor opposes McDermitt nuke waste site, $1,000 reward offered in new bald eagle killing, Makah probe sockeye decline in waters of Lake Ozette, King County urban Indian health abysmal, says study, Two arraigned in 1988 slaying of Richard Bear, Walking on: VERONA "NONIE" WARD SCHWISOW, PATRICIA OLNEY JOHNSON, ANNETTE SPEEDIS MEMORIAL
Page 6: Pendleton wins 3rd straight title, Charging Bulls claim young Bucks event, Big Red to host NIAA championships, YNBTA names Goudy, Young, Jacob as Outstanding Athletes, Farm Boys claim Wapato League Championship after game called early, Youth baseball program taking sign-ups, Invitational softball tourney slated, Annual Walk-A-Thon to be held April 28
Page 7: Yakama wins Vet's basketball classic over Makah, Sheila Ezekiel earns 1994 YNBTA Queen title, Keno Colby White paving way to nationals
Page 8: Speelyi-mi lists winners, Potter's wheel is turning, Headstart sets coloring contest, Means bio gets movie offers, Environmental fair will open many eyes, Poet's Corner: A DREAM, INDIAN PRIDE, THE FEELINGS OF OUR PEOPLE , SYMMETRICAL POEM
Page 9: Bill Upha tops at Tiin-Ma, Wedding trade after ceremony, Tribes seek protection of Congress for religious sites and practices, Northover top student, Wind River asks public radio station, Ceremonial Calendar.
Page 10: Wapato police pact 'weakens rights', Satisfaction with present council, 'Thanks for setting me free', Howard, Grunlose oldest guests, Celilo center data sought, Nothing wrong with today's youth, Appreciation from educators, Portland art show invitation, Clinton's promises
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Wyoming Senate bill recognizes tribal court decisions, Nine old artifacts taken from Montana museum, Do Native Hawaiians have right to traditional foods?, Mescaleros see prosperity in nuke waste dump plan, Mankiller says Jefferson primed Trail of Tears, Mohegans work to restore government, plan growth, Rockefeller gives $1 million to build Indian museum, Senate vote gives MOWA progress to recognition