Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 10

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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: Salmon Corps works beside Columbia, Clinton signs river enhancement act, Wanapum Dam installs new salmon system, Zapatistas want murders solved, New Indian museum opens in New York, Mountain search for Sampson, Case pits Indian religious freedom against eagle preservation
Page 2: Salmon Corps team working beside Columbia, Clinton signs river bill
Page 3: Voters scan General Council agenda (YNR), Final district doorbelling concludes Ward campaign, Ten Top Reasons to Attend General Council, Flu shots throughout November, Harvey, Russell Wyoles bat thousand, Vets' activities begin at wall, Need help getting to polls?, Human services largest employer
Page 4: Spokanes, WWP reach Little Falls accord, Westinghouse wants to raise salmon in basins, Lethal hantavirus detected in Mt. Baker deer mice, Interim Umatilla casino set to open Nov. 5, EchoHawk would negotiate in Nez Perce dispute, Barros pleads guilty in 1988 slaying of Bear, Meadow Lake confers with Mescaleros on nuke storage, Walking on: JULIA WOLFE, TERRY "CHUB" STEWART, SAMANTHA FRANK, MAGGIE SAM MEMORIAL
Page 5: AIROS satellite broadcasts begin, Judge upholds utility against tribe
Page 6: Cougars set for state title bid, Over 2,300 players start 15th AAU season, Mt. Adams Express wins Wapato co-ed league, Yakama golfers place in tough Oregon Open, Flatheads to host race to qualify for National Cross-Country Championships, 'Ethnic stereotypes' talk scheduled at National Museum of American Indian, 'Ladies' tourney slated at Warm Springs, Polson site of men's cage tournament
Page 7: Lawrence 'Teacher of Year', WS Shaker leaders selected, Hanford museum slates round of cultural events, YTS students ready floral shop for all seasons; FFA plans events, Students raise funds for trip, Inside Mt.Adams Headstart, Seafirst presents Olney championship, YTS students of the month
Page 8: Ric Gendron: Lighthearted, Early Indians in Olympics high country, Poets' Corner: SHATTERED DREAMS, RELIGION, SURVIVORS, THE FIRST TIME, 'Pahto's Shadow seeks contributors, Guitarists Durkee set at Heritage, Warm Springs Museum wins award, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 9: Author solves grandmother's death mystery, Ancients Midwest Indian mounds 'hidden cities', Means for sharing customs and cultures , Excerpts: 'Sybil Bolton', Web of Indian words in today's English, Tiller Research updating 1974 EDA tribal handbook
Page 10: The case for Inslee, Glenwood's 'racist attitudes' on taxes, Siting of tribal casino strategic matter, Harrah tribute to fire team, Making salmon grow faster, GOP critique of candidates, Project provides 'Bear Necessities,' Committee's cheeks hurt for days
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Dinosaur 225 million years old roamed Fort Wingate, Navajo will vote on casino option, Torres Martinez Band claims victor at 'Mt. San Diego', Sisseton- Wahpeton sued by casino management, Yellow Wolf sought in death after abandoned car found, Phone company to remove Indian photo after complaint, Stockbridge council delays Coylis impeachment moves, Towns file FOIA cases in Pequot casino talks, Umtuch to chair AISES Chapter at Heritage, set for conference