Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 19

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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: BIA loses track of $2.4 billion, Lowry bows out, Tribes' fish share under fire, Army Corps buys lots from developer at Lyle Point, Federal gaming study stirs concern, Moves to block Indian casinos stopped, Hanford radioactive waste have reached groundwater, Indian fish commissions pair up for restoration of Columbia runs
Page 2: Tribal hunting rights face challenges, Flood aid for rural homeowners, Yakama family histories sought, Dinner honors tribal elders, General Council resumes Tuesday, Dam gaming info, Indian Demos set Phipps fundraiser, BIA loses trust data, Head Start screening in April, Clarification, Lost items want to be found
Page 3: LYLE POINT: Terms of court settlement, Developers sells Lyle lots, Tribes' salmon share under fire
Page 4: Warm Springs sues BIA for forest records, Idaho leaders say Chenoweth ignores them, Muckleshoot gaming no 'golden goose' for Auburn, Many people still debate role and work of Sacagawea
Page 5: Lowry bows out; harassment case 'had no role', Spy Lonetree freed, Floodwaters may help make healthier streams, State closes Ahtanum, Commissions pair up for restoration
Page 6: Area athletes bring home medals, 3-Point shoot-out event scheduled, Youth basketball hosted by AISES, Wildcat tournament set for March 22-24, Speelyi-Mi Fun Run slated, Tribal chess club 'on the move', YVC's Yarlott named MVP, All-Nations to be held at Chemewa, Navajo to host NIAA tourney, Inter-Tribal open tournament scheduled
Page 7: Report: Mexican army violated rights in Chiapas, Waste in groundwater, Guatemalan feds. rebels talk, Separate justice system for Canadian tribes?, Army Corps buys Lyle lots, Brick purchase deadline Apr. 19, Walking On: MINNIE CLEVELAND, DELVINE ALECK MEMORIAL
Page 8: Audubon. tribal circles overlap, Candidate scramble, Specific range of services provided by housing authority, Loss of a rare journalist
Page 9: Reporter respected history, Hunting at Clover Springs, Less government. more direct aid, Some dark clouds facing casino, Wanted: teachers in native ways
Page 10: Two cultures in collision at Lyle Point, Ceremonial Calendar, Speelyi-Mi Fair readies prizes. awards, Night Walker exhibit in fall, Artist portfolio workshop set, Artists' bank entries sought
Page 11: Bill aimed to block Indian casinos derailed, Federal gaming study stirs concern, Harrison elected new YAESC prexy, Tom chief accountant, New in work force
Page 12: Frank's Chevrolet. Geo Employee Appreciation Sale Ad.
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Salt River chairman impeached over domestic violence, Thriftway seeks ruling to prevent Navajo closure, U.S. judge will hear Turtle Mountain dispute, Paugussett aim for federal recognition, Brokenleg honored by SDSU as most distinguished alumnus, N.Y. may collect taxes on Indian cig. gas sales, Sho-Ban readies ethics code