Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 3

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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: Inouye amends gaming act, O'Leary, Yakama Nation sign historic agreement, Project aims to restore streams and wildlife, Haskell realty program targets land management, Mexico's negotiators resign, Some SSI rebates for elders ahead, Supreme Court upholds Cheyenne River alcohol regs
Page 2: Crew transports touch of the mountains to the elders (YNR), Should tribes use art trademarks?
Page 3: AGREEMENT:THE TEXT, GED students get special ceremony, 'Night Out '94' begins in Toppenish, Chaparral focus of new employees, Family plans reunion at Maryhill, Proper care for ceremonial grounds
Page 4: Indian candidate's uphill battle, Priest expelled on gun running charge, Group sends medical supplies to Chiapas
Page 5: Warm Springs files timber income claim, Lumni loses property tax case before high court, Colville ready to install slots at Manson casino, Despite his gaming stance EchoHawk asks endorsement, Hayes heads Nez Perce business committee again, Many Idaho sites potential for historic register list
Page 6: Mountain bike competition ahead, Smith & Greene tourney July 30-31, Kiutus Jim Run scheduled July 4, Ida rode horse Parsnips two hours daily (YNR), Kiutus Jim embodied spirit of runner
Page 7: Over 100 employed for summer, GED tests set through summer, New Indian fishermen outrun berry pickers (YNR), Ceremonial Calendar, Link between diabetes, TV?
Page 8: Fifty Wapato Club members prepare for trek to Florida , Indian filmmakers await breakthrough, Poet's Corner: Repatriation
Page 9: Roll of winners at Eagle Spirit feast, Crash kills councilwoman, Walking on: LOTTIE SANDOVAL, MAGGIE JOHNSON PHILLIPS, ARLETTE JOYCE PAUL MEMORIAL
Page 10: Tradeoffs for salmon heritage, What's behind Wapato's 'epidemic of self-destruction'?, 'We have two sides: helpful and hurtful', Rodeo queen extends her thanks, Honorable tribute, Eagle Spirit holds pots & pans, 'I'm changing my ways today'
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: North Carolina's Lumbee voting on first tribal constitution, Oglala protest hits New Age desecration of Bear Butte, Wind River may revive joint water board, Southern Ute ownership of coalbed gas will be heard, Stockbridge dissidents elect seven new council members, New memorial will honor Wis. Korean war veterans, Hydro- Quebec project would flood Indian lands, Chattanooga group asks return of Medicine Bend