Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 7

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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: It's 'go' for fall Columbia fishery, Lyle Point structures destroyed, EchoHawk leading Idaho race , Tribe readies 'friendly lawsuit' against state, Aguilar: Indian Office 'seriously underfunded', Opposition leader killed in Chiapas, Spokanes seek order for slots, Court: Tribes may sue over pacts
Page 2: Tribes pay respects to rare white buffalo calf, Kick off 'Archaeology Day' at Burke Museum
Page 3: Environmental scholarships on tap, Want to break cigarette habit?, Harrah Fall Festival set Sept.17, Fedderson collection at Warm Springs, Veterans' Committee seeks candidates, Some hope for ex-Trendees, Five resolutions ratified, Senecas prepare for eviction notices in dispute over leases
Page 4: Expert says Samish 'preserved tribal traditions', Oregon's dinosaur found on coast, $6 million study to deepen Columbia River kicks off, WSU sets northwest center for comparative cultures, Puyallups, Port of Tacoma complete land negotiations, Coast Guard admiral named to Pacific fisheries council, Rep. LaRocco blasts white sturgeon endangered listing
Page 5: It's harder now for drunk drivers (YNR), Seminar will probe DWI particulars, Yakima River running dry
Page 6: Coyotes take baseball title, Wellness Committee looking for 100-mile walkers, Stars, Muckleshoot champs at Taholah, Iowa poll: Iowans oppose ban on Indian mascots, Connection from timber to softball diamond means benefits for both
Page 7: Lawrence takes nation award, Grandma gets feet wet in Atlantic, Carleen Pierce crowned Eagle Spirit Princess, Braine wins NPR appointment, Getting ready for the pay window
Page 8: Mark 'Indigenous People's Day', Some take more time to talk, Grant program for artists?, Schick happy with event, Harrah mayor opens arms, Poets from all over world, Protecting the treasures
Page 9: Facts behind fall fishing controversy, Chaco curse following stolen artifacts?, Walking On: JASPER ANDY, MARK JOSEPH HANNIGAN
Page 10: TBS's 'Native Americans' begins Oct. 10, Ceremonial Calendar, Retracing the road to Wounded Knee, Poet's Corner: Two by Charles Shawnee
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Tlingit teens go into island banishment, Hawaii to transfer land to Hawaiian Home Lands, Gaming on ballot for Navajo elections, Laguna Pueblo sues Albuquerque over blasts, BIA official: separate trial in Sisseton bribery case, Keetowah move from Okla. both welcomed, criticized"