Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 21

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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: Court: Tribes can't sue states over compacts, Ruling called victory for states' rights, Legislators weigh Yakama compact Monday, Metcalf bill would block recognition, HUD asks $155 million for Indian housing units, Stevens seeks abrogation of treaty fishing rights, Sockzehigh takes council helm, Clashes disrupt Chiapas peace talks; five dead, Yakamas join recovery suit, Closure during Mt. Adams retooling
Page 2: Solons weigh compact, Weeklong Wapato youth rally, Deadline for bricks Apr. 19, Memorial for Umatillas vets, Craig meeting Hillary for lunch, Court: Tribes can't sue states, Stick games tourney May 10-12, Sovereignty amid conservation tide, Harrah kindergarten signup now, Corrections
Page 3: Committees handle the business of the people, Sockzehigh takes council helm, Stevens assails treaty rights, General Council ends with COE elections, TERO. personnel host job fair, HUD asks $155 million
Page 4: Outreach to tribal agriculture, Stone visits Zapatistas, Metcalf limits recognition, Yakamas join Snake River recovery suit, Eagle Staff Fund seeks Native cultural projects
Page 5: Pequots planning world class library, Commercial whiting in future for Makah, AG: Governor. state can't stop nerve gas incineration, Coeur d'Alene bingo success terminates mortgage early, Nez Perce. Idaho Power reach Hells Canyon accord, Southwest Oregon tribes mull casino near Eugene, Kalamath challenges salvage logging on Winema, Fremont
Page 6: Toppenish Creek Players will perform 'Arsenic', Ancient ceremonial garp tops exhibit, Arts fair slated with Mural-in-a-Day, Casting call: Can her honor be saved?
Page 7: Line of ponderosa pines, LameBull wraps up Marine basic training, Showing: Quilts by hand, Ceremonial Calendar, Top tots at Headstart powwow
Page 8: COE: A review over eight years, Two key points in gaming opinion, 'Point' video a crowd-pleaser, Poe careful reader of the YNR, Ward endorses Jay Inslee, Helping hand after serious accident, Two ways to view corruption, OF LIBEL & SLANDER
Page 9: Seek missing paratroopers, Walking On: DOROTHY KAHAMA HART, MAE. WOODROW GROVES MEMORIAL, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS, KENNETH "MUDD" WALKER, DEDICATED TO MY GRANDFATHER PHILLIP KUNEKI QUAEMPTS, I UNDERSTAND, Mystery fluid leaking, CATHERINE G. ARQUETTE MEMORIAL, IAIA seeking, LISTEN leadership session set, New employees, Grateful to police, postmaster Kathy
Page 10: Vivette crowned YNBTA Queen, Young Bucks win tournament, Warriors Assoc. to host Memorial Day Rodeo, seeking queen candidates, Goudy. Palmer chosen top athletes, Basketball in New Mexico to pay out $2,000. held during Gathering, Youth Council hosting co-ed tourney, Local AISES hosts games, Lamebull Team fifth at Reno tournament, 'Old Timers' classic set for April 12-13, WalkAmerica scheduled
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Judge orders health compliance for Peabody mine, Judge: Fond du Lac may hung on off-reservation lands, Osage. DLB Oil reach exploration agreement, Judge Meyer hopes talks resolve spearfishing dispute, Eastern Cherokees seek burial ground protections, Peltier denied parole. affirming 1993 decision, Wisconsin challenges Oneida water quality standards, Ex-chairman: Embezzlement charge of $27,972 tribal funds, Navajos reject plant. waste