Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 15

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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 goes before high court, 'Record low' ahead for spring chinook, Champion files suit over timberlands (YNR), Hanford lies in Yakama heartland, Sawicki indicted in housing scam (YNR), Lujan on board of game machine firm, Zedillo makes gestures toward Zapatistas, NMFS: Saving salmon will cost $160 million yearly
Page 2: Budget shortfall $2.9 million, The issue of indirect costs, Wash. legislature wants say on tribal gaming, Jovita Colwash wins computer, Warriors will honor Korean vets, College fair slated Feb. 16, Teen parents support group busy, Reissue of buffalo nickel ahead?
Page 3: Tribe sees ‘cultural preserve’, Sawicki indicted, Chinook: record low ,O’Leary cleanup continues
Page 4: Yahyowan files suit for damages, BIA official convicted of accepting gratuity, Perry Tech. student retouches salmon model for use by Yakama businessman Bill Yallup, Jr., Military memorabilia
Page 5: Walking On: GEORGE "KA-WIOW-NA" UMTUCH JR., Computer classes ahead at heritage, Rafeedie delays impact of shellfish ruling, Auto victims impact panel will meet at clinic Feb.1, Jury sides with Army over land expansion price, New York students completes Umatilla video documentary, Portland cultural center ahead after year of work
Page 6: Eagles soaring to new heights, Ten teams start in Rez Hoops play, Spartan trades '8-5' for being own boss, Entries open for largest AAU event in the United States, Brown Memorial event to feature $1,000 first prize, Three Rivers' AAU League has 264 youth teams competing
Page 7: Buck named among national youth leaders, Third annual 100/50 mile club awards, YTS Students of the Month, 16 new workers on roster, Family Court Services divorce tips, WBC seeking queen candidates, Parent support unit at White Swan High, Valentine venture night
Page 8: Would new party embrace indigenous peoples' interest?, Casino earnings need wise investment, Add, don't cut, BIA staff, Few spring chinook
Page 9: Tribal linguistics: Talking tool, not study tool, Circle of sobriety its own reward, Yakama people assisted relief, Yakama Warriors produced miracle, 'Traditional leave' must be understood, Loan guarantees offered, Will Toppenish voters fund law needs?
Page 10: Ancient images in black rock, Fossil workshop shows real thing, Gallery seeks Indian artwork, Ceremonial Calendar, Poet's Corner: THE LINE , OUR LOVE, CRY, FOR THE THOUSANDTH TIME, HEALER
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Native Hawaiians seek sovereignty and restoration, Six Nations mother seeks help in finding son taken away in 1973, Crist owes over $250,000 to Chippewa over suit, Lower Sioux chairman's home riddled with bullets, Illinois Indians ask return of ancient bones to earth, Pequots buy printing plant to house outside operations, Southeastern Indian Nation organizes council lodge, Richardson to head NC Indian commission, Army says gas rockets