Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 3

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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: Oklahoma can't tax gas sold by tribes, Sawicki facing 15 months for YNHA embezzlement, Treaty Day salute, Per capita option wins in runaway, Tribe sues state over lottery share, Meninick: 'Gravel-to-gravel management for salmon', Justice wavers on national Indian lottery, Zapatista peace talks recess without agreement
Page 2: 'Gravel-to-gravel salmon management', New program for beginning farmers, Tribe sues state over lottery share, Umatilla handling Round-up vendors, Puyallup. Spokane fund drive, Diabetes support group has tips, Minority programs suffer hard blow, Staffing for Camp Chaparral, Deer says GOP budget cuts dire, 'amount to termination', Wildhorse sponsors new competition, Jamison leads Treaty Day royalty
Page 3: Improving habitat for fish in Yakima River canyon, Per capita wins in runaway, Wilma Mankiller moves to Dartmouth, Corrections, Food program launches changes, Sawicki headed for prison stay
Page 4: Rebels offer counter-proposal, Guerrillas in Guatemala. Mexico now cooperate, Richard Wueste Heritage VP, Human rights abuses found in Chiapas, Leaders want 'talks for justice'
Page 5: Miss Yakama Nation Rebecca Jamison, Is recovery of salmon worth the cost?, Kootenai want to maximized short-term gaming gains, Oregon Trail center opens with lingering problems, Houser arrested in LaSarte shooting death, Native bands maintain Stanley Park claim
Page 6: Yakima youth 3-peats in grueling five course race, Taholah wins second straight Treaty Day softball tournament, Gopher edges out Canadian golfers in annual Yakama Treaty Day Open Golf Tournament, Annual endurance race to test runner on two courses, Local co-ed league underway, Family finish in bike race event, Local softball talent should be combined effort
Page 7: Atty. Keefe returns to Idaho, 'Beverly Hillbillies' gets the credit, Top treaty dancers, Ceremonial Calendar, Wedding bells get ready to ring July 1, Housing authority to expand waiting list
Page 8: Politically correct 'Pocahontas' has her critics, Few glitches for 'Native America Calling', Native women artists: Creator's song, My favorite cousin
Page 9: Chairman found dead in Wind River novel, Mankiller moves on, Crystal Boulder-bound, Doug navigates 'Murky Water', Top dancers among boarder grads, Quiet Navajo grandmother, Walking On: WAPTIAN ""SAHKALIM"" BASSETT, LILLIAN ALLEN PHINNEY, TRAVIS BENJAMIN ""SNAMSA"" PACKINEAU, CARD OF THANKS, FRED J. WHITEGRASS-REEVIS, Top winners at Satus powwow
Page 10: 'Militias use premise of anarchy', Concern during heart surgery, Remembering my father, Fort Nisqually workers organize, Gentleman's inquiry, Salmon recovery plan, Whole year to plan your next entry, Democracy not spectator sport, Somebody to put in a good word, New invitation to healing Soap Lake
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Gabrieleno Shoshone want to save 'solstice cave', Turtle Mountain turmoil spills into housing. gaming, Okla. tribes give Chilocco back to BIA management, Mohawks elect new chief. trigger new constitution, Justice Dept. fined in Navajo mineral rights case, Report: Grand jury probes Roberts for sexual assault, Jones loses reelection bid; first court justices chosen, IAIA adds security director in restructuring institute, Convicted Sisseton chairman ousted