Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 8, October 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: Congress OKs basin enhancement, What will be the impact of new crime legislation, Commission approves tribal gaming ordinance, First Nations sign Northwest treaty, Court seeks Clinton team views on Indian gaming, Tribal Council discusses GC agenda (YNR), Colville fills WIP manager post (YNR)
Page 2: Why tribal members should vote in state elections, Elmer Ward debates over KYVE, TEXT: Pacific Northwest Treaty of 1994, Siletz buy own sawmill, Native peyote legislation on Clinton's desk
Page 3: Lowry: October 'Elder Rights Month', Native playscripts solicited, Toppenish JOM sessions beginning, Boom in late September hiring, Northwest vets powwow ahead, Ahead: Code v. civil rights, Fast Trac training offered by Nation, YVCC team, Fish disaster loans available, Tourism meeting to feature gaming
Page 4: Natives dislike Exxon verdict, Tribal lands in enhancement bill, Court sidesteps dinosaur ownership case in Cheyenne River case
Page 5: Lacocca prime investor in Coquille casino, Oregon man convicted in artifact trafficking, Coast Guard finds oil slick off coast outside Makah, Tulalips, sportsmen fishing side by side for first time , Nez Perce issue fishing permits to non-Indians, Coeur d'Alene to use gaming revenues to purchase land, Educator MacArthur named to Idaho human rights panel, Morris, Penney will boost multiculturalism at UI
Page 6: DSHS reverses IHS decision, Elders extended health health services, Meninick NCAI delegate, Selam voted to CERT, Tribal lands in enhancement bill, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, activities slated
Page 7: Wapato students work published, Northover Art Institute graduate, Tribal programs, youth lauded for playground project work, Student help confab scheduled, Parenting Skills workshop slated, Team effort cleans up center, Immunization program started, More wing dresses than vests needed by tribe's new enrollrees (YNR)
Page 8: Nixing Columbus, Significance of the white buffalo calf, 'Termination is just a whisper away', Of gratitude and getting well, Youth Council good experience, 'Outstanding balance paid', Generous support for a student, Ancient history of toilet paper, Some Indian Talents
Page 9: Ethics committee weighs confrontation, Walking On: JONATHAN JAMES HAHN, JUANITA I. BLODGETT, AMELIA MARIE DUCHENEAUX KENSLER, JUNIOR LORA, SUZIE LARENA LOGIE MEMORIAL, LOLA SALUSKIN WAK WAK MEMORIAL, BARNEY FAMILY NAMEGIVING OCT. 15, Davis will address three area churches
Page 10: Ancient rock art focus of Archaeology Week, EPA-CRITFC survey points to need for dioxin study, Ceremonial Calendar, Poet's Corner: The Valley of the Yakama, Colors of Death
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: N.M agency pamphleteers against Mescalero project, Museum returns Washoe remains without studies, Justice Department may join Navajo lawsuit, Synar raps BIA trust fund mismanagement, Father files $14 million suit over son's death, Louisiana's Jena Choctaw: Their day has finally come, For Narragansetts, scent of money smokes out wanna-bes