Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 17

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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: Selam, Yallup named to Army group, NMFS under high pressure on salmon plan, Tribes trust White House liaison Avent, Voters will weigh suspensions of three, Zedillo halts five-day siege against Zapatistas, Informer among the comrades, Get ready for Pocahontas, Mr. Adams receives operational costs
Page 2: Police take to snowmobiles to stop crime, YTW's top two for February, Wapato Prayer Walk against crime, ACQUAVELLA: Five more years of work, Pimas remember Ira Hayes, Session probes rules of evidence, Korean vet honors ahead, Corrections, Hanoi returns POW remains, Barnoskie new clinic director
Page 3: Funding needed right now, Voters will weigh suspensions for three, Selam, Yallup named to Army group, Tribes trust Clinton liaison, Council ratifies board resolutions, Waiting to be ratified, NMFS under pressure
Page 4: A high-ranking guerrilla informer inside, Weapons seizures at 2 sites
Page 5: Mt. Adams gets costs for operations, Tulalip asks companies for cleanup funds, Beached whale provides memories, feast for Lummi, Spokanes revive Rawhide Press with editor Campobasso, Season set for Zone 6, Woman sentenced in deaths of Kalispell Indian family, Nooksack plant 100,000 chum with hydraulic egg planter, State closes crab fishery to increase tribal shares, Coeur d'Alene wife gives man 'tonsillectomy' with knife, Nez Perce, Idaho in accord on wildlife management
Page 6: Lamebull, Longee square off for coveted title, High school transfers hope to reign over 40th annual classic, Annual event close to be postponed due to tragedies, Prep player called best ever from Navajo Nation, Fly fishing to be taught at YVCC, Half century of YVCC baseball to highlight annul spring training First Pitch Banquet
Page 7: Professor has the best of two worlds, Concerned parent groups formed at White Swan, Elder's Day raffle pony is "not gentle"- yet, Edmo to make special presentation at Harrah
Page 8: Meninick responds to charges, 'Our political fiascos are small', Water quality standards, Court alert on civil rights, Tighter dual patron in Wapato?, COLONIALISM: Some considerations, CWU seeks to honor Yakam Chief Owhi
Page 9: COLONIALISM: Some thoughts about external controls, Final decisions up to people, Will Hastings back enhancement?, Paying with good thoughts, Concerns for the Children, Walking on: ROBERT MAY, MILDRED GREER GULICK, EULALIA OPAL GARDAFEE, SAVANNAH (PATCHPE) DAWN ALVARADO, JANICE YOCASH, JEANNETTE I LEE, A threat to banish, Opportunity for artists, Shaker Ceremony for newlyweds, We are own worst enemy, Shakers mark 42 rich years, Any lonesome gals out there?
Page 10: Black Elk: Audience sees visions coming to life, Are you ready or not?, Ceremonial Calendar, Yakima Kinderkoncert Mar. 4
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Mescalero to vote again on nuclear waste on Mar. 9, Kickapoo seek lands in Illinois region, Pequots spend $57 million on land acquisitions, Costner 'dances with devils' in Black Hills game plan, Turtle Mountain chair refused court order, Sisseton chairman indicted in shift of strategy, Monahan want sacred land below Bear Mountain, Court overturns ruling on Indian mineral leases, ACQUAVELLA: Five more years, New employees