Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 6

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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: 'Jeopardy' ruling may halt fall salmon fishery, New plans for management of trust funds , Mop-up of burned area complete, rehab ahead (YNR), State seizes Spokane slots, Bus service in lower valley, Trump, Tulalips weigh joint casino venture, Choctaw, Chickasaw plan to impose gas tax
Page 2: Diehard crew wraps up duties (YNR),Ward fundraiser dinner Sept. 8, Toppenish wastewater project funded, Hiker found dead on Mt. Adams, Two hantavirus deaths in state, WSIEA sets Spokane convention, Heritage sets used book sale
Page 3: Many Indian hads at work on the fire line
Page 4: Anonymous Firefighter Poet
Page 5: Walking on: MYRTLE GOUDY NASON , Navy halts bombing of salmon sanctuary, Golden Eagle events loom, Samish recognition hearing opens, Racketing charges for six at Lummi casino, Clay Antioquia new CEO for Colville corporation, Rare western lily added to endangered species list, Commission asks more Idaho water for chinook, Shoshone-Paiute may get way on training range
Page 6: Yakamas take metal detectors to national event, Chipps, Lummi, Umatilla, Sho-Ban clubs NIAA Champs, World Eskimo-Indian Olympics stars may be next big hit of trading card business, Cowgirls, cowboys return from Nevada with money, Quinaults to host tournament to recognize, honor a tribal figure, Valley youth soccer league slated, Co-ed softball league forming, Wapato Night with Bears Sept. 1, Woman 'reels?' in record fish
Page 7: Wapato students 'perfect' STARs, Gov. to hand out scholarships, Artists ready for Oregon show, Heritage Inn 7 among new wage earners, toilers for Yakama Nation
Page 8: Cancer claims Apache sculptor, Poet's Corner: Heart to Soul and Days of My Youth, Toppenish western art show this weekend, SF Indian film fest Nov. 10-17, Strongheart festival here in '95, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 9: Large turnout in Chiapas, New thrust against Yanomami, Forecast: Healing rifts on gaming
Page 10: NMFS has tribes halt religion, Heeding call of your own homeland, My view: No gaming, Making room for children, Getting ready to come home, A General council suggestion, Many stereotypes of minorities
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: In Navajo vote, it's lawyer Zah v. lawyer Hale, Lake Powell pipeline to Hopi, Navajo lands?, Did beatings of Indians affect interstate commerce? Wolf Point man, 45, found stabbed to death, Apartment excavation reveals potential historical prize, Court: Mille Lacs retain hunting and fishing rights, Menominee, Oneida explore joint lumber venture, Iroquois council recognizes anti-gaming Oneida group, Fall River Wampanoag establish land claim, Statues great travelers