Yakama Nation Review, Volume 25, Number 8, September 23

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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: Report pushes broader tribal timber management, Council reviews new expenditures (YNR), Death claims council member Olney, How safe are Columbia River fish, Making salmon grow faster could aid fish farmers, Alternate Goudy seated on council, Government will review status of all salmon runs, Explorers Lewis and Clark stopped in on Nov. 5
Page 2: Road closures for timber sales, Warm Springs active in timberland changes, Toppenish Heritage Day Oct. 8, Conference on historic preservation, Fellowship at Wilderness Full Gospel, Gifford Pinchot lifts fire restictions, Doing business with the state, Annual reports for GC due October 4
Page 3: Committee Members, Power planners won't appeal salmon ruling
Page 4: Sandia provides Haskell with math faculty, Lummi boats cited in fishing protest, Williams of Tulalips will head new EPA Indian office, Coulee compensation bill moves ahead for Colville, Umatilla interpretive center heads toward construction, Schroeder backs lottery return to Nez Perce, Sho-Ban driver appeals to Idaho supreme court, Nez Perce may close Clearwater River fishing
Page 5: 'AIDS may just be starting on reservations', Learn to protect yourself, Adams, Andrews top grandparents (YNR)
Page 6: Gopher continues winning ways (YNR), Bull rider Johnny Chavez thrills 'em at Pendleton, Iditarod's 2nd-largest sponsor pulls out, Spokane to host '96 AAU events, LISTEN wants co-ed ball players, Host of winners for YIN employees' competition, All who helped with YAESC Day owed a big 'thanks,' says pres.
Page 7: Museum features 50 vintage photographs of Celilo Falls, Petroglyphs zigzag across sandstone, Ancient Indian teeth 'window into history'
Page 8: Expanded role for tribal courts?, Alaska firefighters remember Yakama people, Native Peoples of Americas Week?, 'Highest degree of learning', Seeking her family on father's side, Seeks sincere female pen pal, Business needs native crafts, Twenty years of Boldt
Page 9: Gov. Lowry honors scholars, Rituals salute white buffalo calf, New faces in the work force, Tomaskin ready for first CWSF, Walking On: VIVIAN KAHCLAMAT, HAZEL LUMLEY UMTUCH OLNEY, JOANN PEARL BRISBOIS, LEONA HOPTOWIT MARTIN MEMORIAL
Page 10: For kiowa producer, Hollywood 'tough business', Native journalists seek new executive director, Ceremonial Calendar, Poet's Corner: Still Time, Through my Mom's Eye
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Utah 'trying to terminate' Uintah & Ouray reservation, Southern Utes may appeal methane ownership ruling, N.M's Piro-Manso-Tiwa seek state recognition, Mono seeking segregated burial ground for rituals, Wahpeton boarding school may become 'Indian country', Indian author explores 'Osage Reign of Terror', Prairie Island woman pleads guilty in embezzlement case, Native prayer vigil set for future generations, Keetoowah Cherokee move to Fort Smith, Ark., Police question two in St.Francis fire