Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 16

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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: Genetic marker unique to native peoples, Turbines threaten river region, Lowry pledges to oppose storage of wastes in state, Coeur d'Alene lottery goes before tribal court, Mexico: Indian rights on the move, Samish seek treaty rights restoration, BUDGET STANDOFF, Budget resolution gives IHS temporary reprieve Shutdown, shortfall hit Portland area operations
Page 2: Coast tribes prepare shellfish counter-offer, Paiutes ask Oregon dam takeover, Lowry will oppose storage of wastes, Brazil reworks reservation rules, Wahsise. Sweowat exchange vows, Impact of BIA shutdown in Northwest, Genetic marker unique
Page 3: Turbines threaten river region, Hanford health archives launched, Curtailed health care ahead here-Barnoski, 'Nam vets' papers needed, Library offers computer access, Seminar on handling pesticides, YNHA anger management sessions, Noon line dance workouts set, Subcontract at Hanford, Improve your skills as parent
Page 4: Lost Northwest artifacts on the way home, Protect yourself, Treatment center in renovation, Tattoos aid police to identify man's body at Tulalip, Yakama foster home wanted, Coeur d'Alene casino profits, boost morale of members, OSU students analyze concept of 'sacred lands' of tribes, Jamestown 7 Cedars Casino cutting back on gaming hours, Hermiston: trace chemical leak, Salmon enhancement projects begin on Snake, Yakima rivers, Makah funded to repair Cape Flattery trail
Page 5: BUDGET STANDOFF, Essay: Define 'circle of life', Three EWU students win scholarships, New faces in work force, Puyette. Jack at Flandreau, Yakima golf classic contributes $32,000, Rodeo queen salutes year, YNCE: Five scholarships in field of economics
Page 6: Memorial bricks to pave base of vets' monument, Grave looter convicted Oregon, Committee call for treaty day entrants, Ceremonial Calendar, Eagle Spirit is seeking candidates, Are you ready to keep fit?, You're in a small town when..., Heritage: 'Pahto' seeks contributors
Page 7: Tulee. Downs top tribal employees of 1995, Yakama team in San Diego for Youth Path, share riches of culture, Two teams at year's end, New enrollees bring total tribal membership to 8,595, Many elders note birthdays
Page 8: GOP slashes treaty commitments, Nation could support a juvenile facility at Toppenish site, Polish girl seeks penpal, Wapato mayor supports gaming, Impressed by 'Red from cover to cover, How do we reclaim our children except through Tribal Court system?, Cards of hello will be welcome, Going to Haskell for hydrology study
Page 9: Walking On: MELVIN J. GERONIMO' BURDEAU, LARRY JOE BROWNLEE, LORRAINE SHIKE LAWRENCE, ANITA TOTUS WALSEY, LAURETTA OLNEY ORTLOFF, SAM N. and EMMA M. SWEET MEMORIAL, STEPHEN JOHN 'S.J.' GANUELAS, Former Zuni governor Lewis dies, REBECCA MALINDA SANCHEZ, LARRY EVERSON, Last Catawba speaker passes, Cree. Lucei reign over New Year, Shaker Church marks 43rd year, Farewell session for evangelists
Page 10: Anna Hill, Tangee Hyde head local network, Steps asked to protect ancient rock art, Amateurs. looters and treasure hunters damage Louisiana lake, Regina Hale alleges affair. emotional abuse, Naches Rocks: many stories, Poet's corner
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Blackfeet National now trustee bank for DOE, Peltier in Springfield for unnamed medical reasons, Man accused of seeking bribes at Tulsa IHS facility, Judge rules Native Hawaiians have additional land rights, Former Lower Sioux leader charged in attempted murder, Crow leader pledges appeal, New leaders named for 12 New Mexico pueblos, Haskell. KSU will examine conflicts between tribes. Army, Indian rights on move, Samish seeks treaty rights restoration