Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 19

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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: NMFS willa sk tribes to reduce harvest, Forest Products, Vanport now partners in log processing, Sawicki awaiting sentence, New talks of Lyle Point, 'Bring Salmon back from the brink', Rebels: Army pullback before talks, New bill would impose 2-year moratorium, Lottery potential bonanza for Coeur d'Alene, 250-mile fuel pipeline across Cascades?
Page 2: Salmon harvest reduction? Two numerous compliments, Sawicki awaiting sentence, WSU: Two days of Native culture, Partners in log processing, Irreplaceable ultrasound missing, Are you ready to twist & shout?, Artist portfolios aid marketing
Page 3: Lewis & Clark documentary in works, Nault experienced business executive, Director Barnoskie from Oklahoma, Two dug for many years at Cowlitz site, Rebecca Jamison new Miss Yakima Nation, AIGC fellowship for grad students
Page 4: Rebels: Peace talks to resume after pullback, New bill to impose 2-year moratorium, Walking On: EDNA L. BOBB RAYA, BABY ASH-KOW-ISH YAMYOWAN, CARD OF THANKS, ESTHER MAE DOUGLAS-HOLMES, JEANNETTE SMARTLOWIT MEMORIAL, GERALD 'BOBO' LAMERE MEMORIAL, A roster of winners, Potential bonanza ahead for Coeur d'Alene people, More names ahead for vets' monument
Page 5: 'Bring salmon back from brink', Flathead vote to discontinue pipeline, Solid waste management workshop for tribes, NMFS proposes steelhead listing in Klamath area, Nez Perce cancel Big Eddy lease, Wildhorse resort laser show brightens area, WSU grant for engineering. Indian nurse recruitment, Nez Perce monitor wolves in Idaho backcountry
Page 6: John named Coach of the Year by Greater Columbia League peers, Three Rivers League completes Winter AAU, Sportsmanship?: Whistle blown on taunting, Longee voted Most Inspirational by 1994095 Wolfpac basketball team, True Native. Native Pride claim 3-on-3, Ft. Hall's 'Dr. Roundball' uses the game to teach about life, Magpies' 6-foot-under in 13th year
Page 7: YNBTA pairings set. possible 'Dream Team' roster in from New Mexico, Host of Eagles honored for effort in earning team first-ever post season, Lamebull earns YNBTA crown, Heat singes Young Bucks for youth tourney title, Lil' Cougs sweeps pack for Fling title, Makah Warriors claim Vets' Classic. moms honored
Page 8: Pressures on officials 'enormous', Gaming: Two sides, Observations on General Council, Vets' tourney a smasher, Vets' efforts being comfort, Upholding the allegiance
Page 9: New talks on Lyle Poing, Yakama nation tournament crowns 38th queen. presents roster to date, New faces in the workplace, Head Start taking applications, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 10: Speelyi-Mi: Boyd's 'Katsa' top oil, Historic depredations against Indian remains, Navajo radio KNDN: Link for nation, Poet's Corner, You Too Can Make the Earth Pretty as a Picture
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Chairwomen arrested for restraining order violation, Does Disney distort real biography of Pocahontas?, Dispute over letter triggers struggle at One Feather, Hopi. Navajo resuming land dispute talks, Miccosukee sue U.S. over winter floodwaters, Kekahbah attempts to fire Turtle Mountain Times editor, BIA sides with opponent of Tonkawa president