Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 18

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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: National Indian lottery by summer, Sawicki set to plead guilty to embezzlement, Gaming initiative will go before Wash. voters, Nault ahead at YNHA, Blodgett Hannigan seated on council, Campbell switches to GOP, Babbitt scraps BIA reorganization, CRITFC: Politics overwhelms science, and fish will suffer, Idaho's Gov. Phil Batt calls opinion 'unacceptable'
Page 2: Blodgett Hannigan seated on council, New committee assignments, Babbitt rejects wildlife freeze
Page 3: Cancer research project launched, Many casino now under review, A close look at local history, Mescalero revote approves nuke waste, New faces in the workplace, Babbitt scraps BIA reorganization, Deficit reduction plan readied, Native culture focus on WSU, Heritage salutes peacemaker women, Smartlowits: 28 years of bliss
Page 4: Strong: 'Politics overwhelms science, fish will suffer', Tribes can't cross private land for shellfish, Coeur d'Alene heirship law stirs some opposition, U.S. Magistrate's Office ahead for Warm Springs?, Gov. Batt seeks solutions for tribal economies, Lummi restoring habitat along Nooksack River, Kalamaths ask dam removal to shift for ancestors' bones, House hears plan to settle smokeshop dispute
Page 5: How Indians lost the West, Rebels reject peace talks, Batt: Opinion 'unacceptable', Mexican congress acts on amnesty issue, Gaming initiative
Page 6: Selam Family Drum, symphony salute Chief Seattle, Ceremonial Calendar, Karina Lombard Brad Pitt's wife in 'Legends', Indian museum target of budget cuts, Native history in 'American Experience'
Page 7: YTS team enjoys science bowl, Alexie Boyd set to perform, Patrick Hunt recovering completes needed therapy, Darrel Elery Inese
Page 8: Indigenous offshore rights: what's the extent?, Audubon oppose growth at Lyle Point, Are we enabling kids to skip school?, Northwest Indians & AIDS, Would apartment complexes serve profound housing need?, Leading fight for education
Page 9: National Indian lottery win begin this summer, How it works:, Walking On: DANIEL H. OLNEY SR, RAYMOND H. SIMLA, ABRAHAM J. "BROWNIE" BEEBE, CHESTER LEON ABRAMS, DAVID LEVANDER "VAN" LEWIS, SHANNON TITUS COMPO, MAY OLNEY "LAAKSHAMAYIT" GROVES, CARD OF THANKS, SETH LAWRENCE DEAN WHEELER, JEANNETTE SMARTLOWIT MEMORIAL
Page 10: EPA grants water quality controls to Montana Flathead, Native wildlife society plans to meet Anchorage, Salt River family sues BIA police in death of son, Deer persists in plan to merge Okla area offices, Ex-editor George sues Quebec police for $427,000, Flathead right-of-way threatens flow of fuel, BIA allowed illegal resale of $59 million in equipment, Pataki delays tax collection on New York reservations, White Swan children missing railroad ties