Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 4

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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: Democrat Elmer Ward seeks House seat in state legislature (YNR), Indian leaders oppose gaming overhaul, Spokanes can sue state over slots, Yakamas called to fiery ordeal (YNR), Repo men face new reservation obstacle, Heritage sponsors Indian education institute, NPS proposes Hanford Reach off-limits to developers
Page 2: Ethics law session set, Pahto Ensunwesha conference Aug. 3-4, Getting ready for fall college, Teens Only Clinic in White Swan, Clinic for women and teens, Tacoma Ethnic Fest July 23-24, Fresh faces in the work force, New welfare survey underway
Page 3: Swinomish casino 'our tomorrow', Fourteen tribes take gaming option, Yakama hire legal advisor firms (YNR), Harrah's, Upper Skagit plan $14 million Bow Hill casino, How citizens view gaming by tribes
Page 4: Tensions before Mescalero vote, Mescalero project at a glance
Page 5: Andrus won't modify Coeur d'Alene pact, Native subjects say they didn't understand radiation, Nez Perce, Idaho set water claims adjudication, Coquille timberland transfer almost complete, Oregon cutthroat trout headed for 'endangered' list?, Hanford studying pools where fuel rods stored, Solid waste study
Page 6: Spikers were 'California Dream'n'(YNR), EagleSpeaker to take part in Goodwill Games, Local athlete in Hawkeye Country for national event, Softball complex to be kept busy, Yakama A's take 3rd, three player awards at Pi-Ume-Sha, Tickets go on sale for INFR
Page 7: UW seeks Indian students for graduate degrees, Ag agency seeks recruits, Contract bid in dust battle, Desecrated land will return to nature
Page 8: Video will depict life of the mid-Columbia peoples, Adams joins Desert museum, Project launched to halt plunder of Indian artifacts in Southwest, Echo-Hawk will address college orientation, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 9: Procedure for repossession, Changes for housing authority (YNR), Council ratifies four measures, OMB circular prompts leasing program change, Temperature kills salmon at Mcnary
Page 10: A new justice, Questions about earliest migration, Support when it counts, Treaty: rule of thumb, Peso: Mescalero Apache case for nuclear waste storage
Page 11: Deer: Ten strides for tribes under Clinton (YNR), Walking on: EDNA ANDY DECOTEAU, NED JOSEPH SELAM, EVELYN OLNEY BARTLEMAN
Page 12: New senior complex dedicated (YNR), Johnson, Napoleon receive scholarships from finance group, Service scholarships for brother, sister, FWS dismantles religious structure, Double ring ceremony, Employee appreciation Aug. 12
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Northern Cheyenne, governor sign water compact, Four Southwest tribes will sue over water projects, Former San Carlos Chairman guilty of embezzlement, Osetek next Navajo-Hopi relocation commissioner, Barona Viejas, Sycuan forge gaming agreement, New York, Wisconsin Oneida now formally unaffiliated, Lumbee leaders sign new constitution into law, Marine spy Lonetree's sentence reduced further