Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 12

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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: Voters reject open gaming, Tribes opposes wind turbines on Columbia, Cruz: Trap site monitor on the Klickitat River, Yakima Basin: fewest chinook, Sessions will examine allottee water rights, BIA budget cuts: No new negotiations, How Muckleshoot will spend gaming income
Page 2: Budget cut costs 30 homes, Prosser: Fish are Jumpin', Open gaming rejected, BIA budget cuts, S'Kallam leader to chair NCAI
Page 3: Notice: To all candidates, Medicaid cuts ahead for Vets?, Warriors will sing victory song for new valley vets' center, Toppenish Creek gate to be locked, Parade of lights at Christmas, Gulf syndrome: anew analysis, Fellowship at Foster. Wanity, Heritage launches 10th fund drive, New faces on payroll: 29, Flowers for all occasions
Page 4: Ache Indian hunting area island of nature, Capitalism hits white buffalo, Zapatista leader released
Page 5: Tribe opposes wind turbines on Columbia, Judge to utility: Pay Kalispels $3 million, Harvest Dinner Nov. 16, Sheets leaves NPPC; Crow becomes new director, Klamath water rights left for Oregon to decide, Spent nuclear fuel blocked pending public hearing, Idaho has authority over reservation drivers, Coquille ready to release salmon into Coos Bay
Page 6: Nez Perce launch Horseman Project, Western States cowboy wins INFR All Around title, Sutterlict completes Sacred Run in Japan, Week two of Fall League involves 2,700 players, Nez Perce to host 6-foot & under tournament with 6 player roster limit, Rookie 45-year-olds invited to take part in men's basketball event in Yakama
Page 7: Wedding bells next Valentine's Day, Maoris cheer settlement, They'll join quorum in 2013
Page 8: Aspects of per capita debate, GOP gaming tax, Call to candidates, Custody crisis: where to turn?, Of libel and slander
Page 9: Variety of views on issues of per capitas and gaming, 'It is their own money', Special need of disabled, Church dumpsters not public, Break your own windows, Walking On: WILKINS A. JOHN, PHILIP PAUL WINNIER, CARD OF THANKS, EILEEN G. REDHORN, KATHERINE SCOWLOLE, KRISTINA LYNN LUKE, IN MEMORY OF JOHNNY JIM JR., CARD OF THANKS
Page 10: MEANS: 'Great Mystery led me', Udderly scary, Methodist women collecting dolls for Christmas giving, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Resort owners protesting Crow sales tax, Navajo committee approves Thriftway takeover loan, Former Chey-Arap official sentenced to 15 months, Rival Chumash groups seek to 'come in from limbo', Hale signs first Indian curfew law in nation, Mohegan may reconsider payments to Connecticut, Flathhead orders Yellowstone pipeline off tribal lands, Clinton signs Hawaiian homes recovery act, Land swap will extend Goshute by 8,000 acres