Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 2

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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: O'Leary weighs cleanup,culture (YNR), First financial report goes before the voters, Council preparing plan for Celilo interpretive center, Mexico's Indian rebels reject peace plan, cease-fire holds, Linguistics propose greater diversity in hemispheric native languages, Justices make it harder to avoid cigarette taxes at Indian smokeshops
Page 2: AFDC clients must choose provider by Aug. 1, New Colville casino has 'soft' opening alongside Lake Chelan, Practice training fire art Chaparral, Naked men haunt Centennial Trail, New royalty at Tiinowit Powwow, Grand Ronde casino back on track, Consumer planning interest you?
Page 3: Mescalero MRS storage by 2001, WIP gets drought relief funds, Project helps NW Indians exposed to radiation
Page 4: Patawa takes new liaison post at Agriculture, EPA to assess risks of eating 'Chi'Wana fish, Richland recognizes Umatilla as sovereign nation, Utility dam settlement goes to Spokane voters, Gangs break into cars in Columbia gorge, Dealer, 2 patrons arrested in Tulalip casino bust, Coeur d'Alene on board in Silver Valley cleanup, Idaho Indian alliance drops pro-gaming initiative, Tribe brings Beverly Hills to mountain, Swan earns science camp
Page 5: Peasant council blocks offices across Oaxaca, Natives elated over Exxon liability, Oglala voters approve Prairie Wind casino
Page 6: Stars out to bless tribal sports complex, Gopher keeps on chipping in golf wins, Hipp scores big 'K-O' with Seattle Indian students, Lummi outscores opponents 60-38 claim tourney title, Spokane goes untouched for title, Muckleshoot takes Free Spirit event, Kirkwood students keep 'square' in annual tournament, White Swan Rodeo sees over 630 contestants in fifteen events
Page 7: Everyone a winner in church raffle , Treaty Day royalty put to test in deciding reign, memorials open event, Ceremonial Calendar, Wedding bells in Reno, Cowlitz group sets elections, Dave reports 38 tribal employees hired , Pastor Blackeagle cited for work
Page 8: Schlick depicts Columbia River baskets, Contemporary artists featured at Warm Springs, Crow woman wins 'genius' grant, White Swan history through lens of education, Murals-in-a-book
Page 9: Employees mark Treaty Day with Parade, Yakama Tribal Council ratifies executive board resolutions, First weekend: 50,000 people, $13 million, Walking on : EUGENE JAMES WAK WAK, STANLEY O. SPINO, NELLIE KATE GREENE McKINLEY, ORALEE J. SECENA
Page 10: Congratulations to the class of 1994
Page 11: Chaparral youth practicum, Scholarship Deadline, Winners' list for Tiinowit 'specials', Amber shows many positive attitudes, Spencer earns 'Lil Warrior title for Status Powwow
Page 12: Process to codify all laws of tribe a major need, JOM funds on tap for Indian students, Thanks for firm commitment, Library asks for newspaper, Honoring son Severt Jim, Many lives changed by accidents (YNR), Welcome measure
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Tohono O'odham revoke chemical plant lease, BIA refuses to recognize San Ildefonso government, Five candidates certified for Navajo August primary, Creek Nation charges $90,000 may be embezzled, Millie Lacs treaty dispute goes before trial judge, Two Mohawks sentenced for gunrunning to Canada, Federal mediator arrives amid Onondaga conflict, Seminole plant gatherers will face other charges, Tunica-Biloxi casino nets $13 million first weekend, Oil companies must argue before Ft. Berthold court