Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 11

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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: Espy: Indian programs 'at risk', County won't appeal ad valorem tax case, Goshutes sign nuclear waste storage pact, Searching Holdaway Meadows, 'Few tangible results' from Hanford cleanup, Navajos elect Atty. Hale, Very Few questions in 1993 tribal audit, Charlatans pose as medicine men with top fees
Page 2: On Columbia it's hard to break even, Heritage dedicates SeaFirst Center, Toppenish Lighted Parade Dec. 4, Salmon Corps plugs in at Hanford, Many joined educators' session, Road to wellness resumes
Page 3: Highlands search continues for missing hunter (YNR), 'Culture' of gangs topic of parents meeting, Consent Decree: Brief Overview
Page 4: New gaming commissioners lead agenda (YNR), Fish primarily of drying quality
Page 5: MacDonald pardon ahead?, Tribal leaders need to hear voices of the elders, Cultural conflict at Lyle Point (YNR)
Page 6: Mexican President Salinas asks migrants to return home, Buffalo calf's color darkens, Ripples of new California law expected to reach Washington
Page 7: Shield for Indian ruin?, Umatilla casino boosts employment, Klamath prepare to vote on new constitution, Columbia basin task force weighs management conflicts, What were Hanford 'effects' on Columbia River system?, POLL: Clinton disapproval hurt EchoHawk's bid, Nez Perce, Idaho officials sparring over control
Page 8: Hernandez brings home U.S.A. Karate silver, E. Valley wins Bull's tourney, Regional rodeo finals set for Jan., Oklahoman ropes all-around title, Local teams undefeated at mid-point of A.A.U. season, White Swan home early from State, Tonkawas to open off-track betting
Page 9: Yakamas elected to seats on tribal court judges association, Lewis chosen for leadership program , Mini-powwow 50-50 at sale, Jobs filled in four divisions, Democrats to host dinner, Valisto earns Who's Who list, Early winner for powwow, Event cancelled
Page 10: Tribal languages now on endangered species list, A rainbow history, Strong economy breaks domination, Umatilla: Kind, courteous, helpful, Three casinos should do it, Jobs outside 'comfort zone', A democracy of prayer, Inmates need many resources, 13-and-unders say thanks, Deep feeling, deep cries
Page 11: Clinton depicts Native America, Voters' riptide of rejection routs Democrats, Poet's Corner: AM I SANE, INSIDE, LOOKING OUT
Page 12: Gala tree festival set, Democrats go bazaar, 'Good' prices at Wapato, Winter Lodge opens, Employees dinner set, Arrest brings home 'blessed' artifacts, Yakama writers earn conference recognition, 'Goodwill' book nets hefty auction price, Yakama artist's latest work commissioned by museum (YNR), Ceremonial Calendar
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Court: Cheyenne River loses Lake Oahe regulation, Defeated councilmen won't leave office empty-handed , Hill County pays $23,000 for bias against Indian man, Too many medals given after Wounded Knee battle, Food caravan will help Navajos in contested area, Cheyenne-Arapaho protest for return of Fort Reno, Wisconsin Winnebago once, now it's Ho Chunk Nation