Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 16

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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: Indian leaders: plan 'recipe for disaster', Reno opens new Indian issues office at Justice, Harsh words over casino, Log sort yard opens in White Swan, Apache voters turn down nuke storage, Spokane case goes to supreme court, BIA reviewing draft bill on land heirship problems, Zedillo seeks arrests of Zapatista leaders.
Page 2: Record winter rainfall, Flood relief package ahead in Olympia, Judge extends shellfish deadline, Spokane case goes to supreme court, Coeur d'Alene: Biggest lottery,
Page 3: Historical society recalls 'lemons', Changes ahead for disability benefits, Hard words on casinos, Lowry approves some amendments, Pony raffle precedes dinner, Transcript: Amending state gaming compacts, New faces on the firing line, Regional youth conference in Denver
Page 4: PHASE II: Veneer plant will follow log sort yard, Ceremony, dinner will honor 142 Korean conflict veterans, Many recruiters at college fair Feb. 16, Heritage AISES host, Want to be computer-- friendly?
Page 5: Achuar Indians in center of conflict, BIA now reviewing heirship legislation, Arrest orders for Zapatistas
Page 6: Strong: Tribes may sue to protect salmon, Mescalero voters reject storage plan, Grand Ronde progressing on Spirit Mountain facility, S'Klallam opens $7 million Cedars Casino on Hwy. 101, Umatillas will open Wildhorse Resort Mar. 10, Tulalips sign agreement to improve air quality, Nez Perce will help manage wolf reintroduction, Tribal court judges to meet here next week, Nooksack plant salmon eggs hydraulically in Deer Creek, Eels research project topic at Corps meeting
Page 7: Lowry set to honor artist Larry George, White Crosses, Lowry faces sex harassment charges, Myrtle Wilton will be 98, 'Pocahontas' will premiere in Central Park
Page 8: Ancient Yakama stories, song will grace Greenway event, Speelyi--Mi Fair ready to roll, Nakia Williamson began with an eagle, FAIR: Club rules for the participants
Page 9: Ceremonial Calendar, Will Rogers in computer age, Reno opens new office, Haskell history, stories in the making, Poet's Corner, AIM seeking photo history
Page 10: Sacrifice the fish species?, Questioning confidence in government, Moses 'not part of Sawicki problem', Gaming location crucial, Fiander reviews legal counsel work
Page 11: Like everything else, cost of death is also going up, A remedy for YNHA, Reburial task involved many, Newspaper partial homesickness cure, Walking on, MARIE SMARTLOWIT, THOMAS D. WAHSISE, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS, MYRTLE ROSE JIM EYLE MEMORIAL CLARENCE LEVI CHARLES MEMORIAL, A record of official travel, Indian vets' memorial
Page 12: Eagles make post season tournament, Vets Classic V set, will honor mothers this year, Second NIGA golf tourney to feature celebrities as playing partners, Top-Hi senior on route to state title, McCloud Memorial event set for March, Fastpitch softball meeting, clinic scheduled, Harrah, White Swan AAu reps still perfect, Inland Empire tournament at Goldendale, Volleyball series scheduled for three weeks.
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Ceremony marks Piegan deaths at 1870 massacre, Navajo ceremonial artifacts seized in Santa Fe gallery, Ho--Chunk: $42 million to buy out management, BIA recommends approval for Pequot land expansion, Neb. Indian panel rejects religious practices guide, Shirley MacLaine, Billy Cyrus set to see white buffalo calf, Blackfeet, Montana power reach pipeline agreement, Impeached Seneca president remains at headquarters, KATHLEEN EYLE MARLIN, SAM WALSEY BILLY