Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 17

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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: Cybertribe coming on line, Shadow of deficit darkens voter mood, Yakama casino tug-of-war, Miller: Yakama compact 'near', Business ask for video poker, Stopgap spending bill forces program cuts, Mexico: Framework for Indian rights, Gorton. Murray split over Hanford Reach, Navajo council subpoenas Hale on 'family matters' issues
Page 2: Cybertribe coming on line, College fair slated Feb. 15, WBC events, hopefuls ready, YNHA resident patrol training set, Fishing: Controversy over de la Cruz, Lower Valley victim advocates wanted, Satus powwow seeks candidates, Gorton. Murray differ on Hanford Reach, Exhibit: Blackrobes in Northwest
Page 3: Long shadow of deficit darkens voter mood, EWU program will assist Indians at graduate level, Audubon loses turbine appeal, Honoring Vietnam vets
Page 4: Interior budget planners scrambling, Hale gets subpoena, Yakama casino tug-of-war, EPA: Oneida may regulate water, Businesses want video poker
Page 5: George memorial contest, Puyallup casino near Tacoma Dome?, Millions from bingo hall boost Sho-Ban finances, Tekakwitha spaghetti feed, Memorial bricks for sale, Prosecutor. trooper may be jailed in artifacts case, Missing deadline may foil landowners at Kamiah, Chetco. Tu-tut-ni want casino. resort near Oregon City
Page 6: Journalist probe minority coverage, New faces across the work force, 14 White Swan inductees in honor roll society, Dynamic duo arrives in Smartlowit household, Police incidents across the reservation
Page 7: Speelyi-Mi ready to honor artists and culture, Ceremonial Calendar, 'Invisible People.' 'Indian Humor' in March at Cheney, Colorado museum seeks artists for May event
Page 8: COE Board 'did good job on deficit', Descendants of Chief Owhi, Curbing gangs: some measures, Many helped White Swan Shakers on anniversary, Concerns for youth of today, A question of attitude, May youth rally scheduled, 'Being intoxicated harmed her memory'
Page 9: Youth rally Scheduled, Walking On: ERNEST A. HOFFER, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS, AUDREY ANN PETERS, KARISSA JAYNE NAGLE, CARD OF THANKS, GORDON ESTES QUEAHPAMA, CARD OF THANKS, ABRAHAM 'BROWNIE' BEEBE MEMORIAL, AA calendar for reservation, Deep thoughts about enrollment, Lompoc: What you hear is true
Page 10: Lil Reds shine in 'Pavilion' tourney, 3-Rivers AAU league two games into league. will conclude March 2, Ringside boxers qualify for national card, Youth tournament slated at Warm Springs. boys and girls divisions, Tulalip edges Satus in Henry Memorial tourney, Inter-Tribal takes on 'Power' volleyball dare, Cougars' 4th annual event set, NIAA nationals in Arizona, Bad tourney set, All-Indian men's tournament set
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: N.M. tribes. U.S. attorney reach gaming accord, Prairie Island reaches accord over nuclear wastes, Lovelock chairwomen arrested after 8-hour standoff, Principal Chief Dugan replaces 'old system', Lost Wichita village unearthed by excavators, Crapp readies first ruling on Menominee hunting. fishing, Navajo Tax Commission assessing tax package