Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 18

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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: A sudden sea of snowmelt sweeps reservation's rivers and streams, Mexico. Zapatistas reach peace accord, Weeklong floods touch all towns, U.S. will accept spent nuclear fuel, Hot debate over spillways, Hale: temporary leave of absence for personal matters, Are salmon back to court again?
Page 2: Plan should double salmon out-migration, What legitimate role for state?, Coeur d'Alene plan, Hot debate over spillways, Will tribal non-profit group share?, Fishing times on Zone 6, Spring claim season set
Page 3: Clinton visits Northwest. pledges $38 million in aid, Remembering Lewis & Clark, Elders' dinner slated Mar. 8, Handling fetal alcohol syndrome, General Council delayed, Oregon Indian educators to meet, House will scrap Columbia permit ban, Correction, Tax| Many places for help, Station closing Saturdays
Page 4: Are salmon headed back to court?, After two years of conflict, Mexico and Zapatistas reach a peace accord, President 'betrays' Brazil's Indians, Ceremonial Calendar, U.S. to accept spent nuke fuel
Page 5: Educators will meet in Warm Springs Apr. 9, Sound tribes ask $145 million shellfish fund, Boundary residents fighting Kootenai tax exemption bid, Dick. Anderson will marry, Ocean ruins harbor spit; Quileute blame Army Corps, Ore. grave looter gets three months in jail, Coeur d'Alene Mines. Alaska Natives set gold agreement, Coeur d'Alene schools get $75,000 gaming bonus
Page 6: Process for members to apply for aid, Sudden sea of snowmelt, FEMA assistance
Page 7: FEMA assistance, Water troubles on all fronts, Reentering flooded homes, How to disinfect, What will it cost?, Checking water supply
Page 8: LYLE POINT: Different perspectives shape TV documentary on conflict, The producers, Native media struggling
Page 9: Leap Year Baby. Nelson among Feb. birthdays, Karen Tom named as C.A. manager, Stroms mark 2nd wedding anniversary
Page 10: English-only would pose more questions not answers, Only lawyers to make killing on eld shooting, Wahluke protections, Creator sent elk for a purpose, Action doesn't speak louder than words, Shifting the waste does not alter threat, Words cannot be brought back, forgotten
Page 11: Mother Earth is in pain. with short-sighted children, Walking On: JOSEPHINE ANDREWS SMARTLOWIT, STONESETTING, CARD OF THANKS, MARIE SMARTLOWIT & LEON SAMPSON MEMORIAL, CARD OF THANKS, JEANNETTE I. LEE MEMORIAL, Completed circle turned paranoias into real conspiracies, Victims' program opens door to YIN, Belizean Mayan healer dead at 103, Native media struggling
Page 12: Hipp's sure he's HIV free, Yakama to be in 'Sacred Run', McNeely possible for Hipp fight card, Parents sue Wapato School over son's locker-room injuries, Youth tourneys planned at Warm Springs, Umatillas set B.A.D. games, Annual vet's basketball tournament put on hold. powwow planned instead, Spring Break Hoopfest set
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Crow of Montana prepare for 'dynamics of taxation', Sac & Fox sue Texas firm for pollution of water supply, Court to decide legality for Mescalero casino, Chairman's son charged in drive-by teen slaying, Utah bill OKs religious rites for Indian inmates, Budget stalemate squeezes Indian colleges across U.S., 'Native America Calling' across northern N.M., Outdoor Channel adds 'Heartbeat Alaska'