Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 4

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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: Water rights war at Lummi, Senators clash over Indian gaming, Sawicki to enter Nevada military prison, Enhancing wildlife refuge, Hovis retires July 31, Deer. NCAI blast GOP budget cuts, ACE. BIA sign pact for new Columbia fish sites
Page 2: Hovis retires from court, Nevada prison ahead for Sawicki, 70,000 fall chinook released, ACE-BIA pact sets new sites, Walking On: AGNES BILLY MARK
Page 3: Deer. NCAI blast GOP budget cuts, It's time for Headstart applications, Senators clash over Indian gaming, First scholarship deadline July 1, Committee reopens Klickitat fishery, College conference set Aug. 10, Summer celebration seeks candidates, Employee appreciation day on horizon, 'New' insect. plants at Hanford, Young readers can gain profits, Enhancing Toppenish wildlife refuge
Page 4: Wewa sues over remains at Lakeview dam, Boom in employment, Delbert Farmer reelected to Fort Hall chairmanship, Coeur d'Alene asks Batt to support national lottery, Fire danger over fourth, Lumley's new fish net could renew river fishing, BPA. Nez Perce close deal on Dworshak compensation, Shoalwater receives funds to confront infant mortality
Page 5: Mexico's economy dwarfs Zapatistas, Body search under way, Priests expelled from Chiapas, Lummi water rights war, HeHe Spiritfest promotes sobriety
Page 6: Native images of Little Bighorn ahead, Poet's corner, Competition open for handicapped, Narragansett give thumbs down to love affair fable, Wide range of views, 'Finest Indian film ever', Wearing buckskin Wonderbra, Wayne Newton seeks return of remains, Grandmother too willing
Page 7: Twin careers at White Swan, Summer youth ready to roll, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 8: Rookie bull rider has pro visions, Hipp possibly two fights away from Mike Tyson, Spike Gaurdipee claims Treaty Day Rodeo all-around title. Valdez claims Seelatsee award, Lummi gymnast medal winner at national finals, Priest Rapids wins All Valley Pride coed basketball tourney
Page 9: Picard Eagle Spirit queen, Desba Walsey eyes junior crown, Double wedding July 1, Walking On: MAISIE E. SUTTERLICT, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS, COMBINED MEMORIAL FUNDRAISER, HENRY J. SHIPPENTOWER
Page 10: 'Don't let white man's law divide us', Pick up your pen, What protects children's future?, Upcoming visitor from Germany, Complimentary copy to review, An inquiry from Manitoba, The wisdom of children
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Ariz. tribal opposition dooms CAP agreement, Roberts pleads innocent to sexual assault charges, Piscataway seeking federal recognition, Flames claim 2,000 acres on Morongo Reservation, BIA ordered to respond to Ute election dispute, Crist appeals property restriction ruling, Catawba regain treasures from their past, Bearpaw faces Byrd in Cherokee runoff, Blackfeet meet to unite across 'artificial border', New BIA-FBI liaison for child protection, Managing thirst in the summer