Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 10

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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: Judge gives Army go-ahead, Seven council. 6 code members face voters, Court won't hear Columbia salmon case, High court hears arguments on gaming, St. Helens getting dander up, Initiative 456: Opponents open fire, Phipps seeks seat in Congress, Marcos joins Mexico talks
Page 2: Per capita petition, George second interpreter, Quarterly meeting will hear committee reports, Indian veteran recognition, Facing voters, Phipps seeks district seat
Page 3: Shaker Church convention ahead, Vets' royalty candidates get ready, Jamison to enter Miss NCAI try, Practice schedule for youth program, Vision Service widens enrollment, YNCE: New emblem, Want to enter military academy?, Recovery group sets Thursday meetings, Restoration work on Little Naches
Page 4: Gaming argument, Army go-ahead, Death claims Furman Wheeler, Marcos joins Mexico talks, Salmon Case, Dander up, Initiative 456
Page 5: Udall funds Indian congressional fellowships, Moses, Payer will wed Oct. 21, Harvard seeking Indians, Confront and address epidemic of violence, Some health tips for winter, Flu clinics during November, Ready to worship and praise, Poet's corner
Page 6: Army patrol slays 10 Guatemala Indians in surprise attack, Downwinders say report falls short, Clinton apologizes for tests, Take a year... to make a difference, Hanford cleanup pact reached
Page 7: New in work force, Colvilles oppose fold mine in straw poll, Navajo basket weaver honored, Man charged with molesting Colville boys at cabin, 'Salmon should not pay for bad business decisions', Notice to Yakama member fee patented land owners, 'Tintin in America': Spokane district pulls book from library shelves, Gaming on near horizon for the Nez Perce, Cow Creek buys out Capital gaming contract, DOE grants aid tribes in renewable energy
Page 8: Nix in light heavyweight pro fight, State Winter Games set, Kah-Nee-Ta site for Fall runs, Cross country qualifying race date moved back, Cougars hosting annual tournament, Listen program scheduling tribal gym, Bowling league has team openings, Yakama Nation Youth Council
Page 9: Garcia selected for White House Conference, Incentive Awards to be presented at Cavanaugh's, Tillequots heads to D.C., Satus plans carnival
Page 10: Senators debate Indian budget cuts, Indians 'smallest reduction', Cuts 'unveil a dark side', Partial restoration
Page 11: Case against per capita, Walking On: EVA MARIE SAM, FREDRICK GUARDIPEE, THEODORE L. STROM SR., HAZEL LUMLEY UMTUCH STONE SETTING, CARD OF THANKS, THELMA A. LADDROUT, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF APOLOGY, ALICE SWITZLER FLORENDO, CARD OF THANKS, Crystal Olney Harrah princess, Drive-by shooting in Toppenish, Reception for Rigoberta Menchu, Generous help on anniversary, Gorton, McCain
Page 12: Photo collection shows Eyle family, Ceremonial Calendar, Natives of mid-Columbia featured in Moreau exhibit, Preserving the collection, 'Hot Indian men' calendar for '96, Yakama contributors wanted
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Navajo tells Thriftway Corp.: Close 14 of 19 stores, Crandon promises 'minimal damage to outdoors', Judge won't drop sex charges against Chairman Roberts, Tatewin Means Miss South Dakota Teen USA, Bernal of Taos succeeds Early in chair of All-Indian Pueblo Council, Gov. Pataki plans meeting on Oneida land claims, Kansas tribes file suit to block fuel tax collection, Museum buys Sitting Bull's contract with Buffalo Bill, Gay Alaska Natives struggle to find their place