Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 6

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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 facing 16 percent cut across board, Wapato sees termination ahead, Clinton threatens Interior bill veto, Initiative 651 on ballot, Initial casino in Wapato?, Gaming changes ahead?, After the fires: timber salvage, SBA-BIA partnership for Indian small businesses, Zapatistas set referendum Aug. 27, Probing health legacy of Hanford
Page 2: After the fires: timber salvage, Initiative 651 on ballot, Wildfire videos, Gaming changes ahead?, NMFS retreats from measures, BIA cut: 16 percent across board, Wapato sees termination ahead
Page 3: 'Healing journey' at RV Park, Hanford healthy legacy, Nuclear waste will last over 10,000 years, Signal Peak hot patch slated, Pinchot outstanding at fisheries, Northwest tribes suing Alaska, to halt Southeast chinook fishery, Cancer project seeks women volunteers, VA schedules cultural sensitivity, Kirkwood get-to-know-you Aug. 31, New Indian arts catalog ahead
Page 4: Kuptana heads ICC, Zapatista referendum, Siletz licensing employees with plans to open Chinook Winds casino in '96, SBA. BIA partners, Environmental scholarship offered
Page 5: Veomett teaching youth lit, New on the work force, Shellfish parties ready to negotiate, BPA will implement Dworshak wildlife agreement, Focus: minority vet access, Native broadcast corporation absorbs 'Native News.' center, Expert Reed will mediate Nez Perce water quality issue, Wash. tribes. Canda OK temporary agreement, Boy charges in Enick death
Page 6: Congratulations to the Class of 1995
Page 7: Headstart, Ceremonia Calendar, YTS taking applications for fall
Page 8: Family trees of permanent value, Standing by during illness, Tradition clash with safety?, Why Initiative 651?, Alcohol. drugs cloud traditional ties, Your nominations
Page 9: Car firm won't honor sales tax exemption, Landon's apple pie 'best', Walking On: LORENTINE FOSTER, CARD OF THANKS, IN LOVING MEMORY OF MEL JOHNSON, MARTINA RUTH OLNEY, ALBERT APAS GOUDY JR., Native leader Agnot dies, Santee Chairman Kitto passes, JASPER ANDY MEMORIAL, Looking forward to 'good read', Back to work on Puyallup school
Page 10: Cardinal seeks record contract, Nez Perce fighting to keep treasures, Northwest Indian art registry launched for area Native artists, Toppenish western show Aug. 25-27, Employee winners
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Crazy Horse malt liquor loses trademark battle, Cherokee Chief Byrd faces deeply divided people, No indictment sin shooting which killed three Senecas, Miccosukee. Seminole clash over water rights, Two Mescaleros appear on anti-nuclear CD, Chairman Taylor vows to fight impeachment drive, Potawatomi air quality plan threatening, say businesses, Whipple embezzled $96,000 from Navajo housing projects, Peabody wins extension for surface coal mining, Indian lawyer assists Mich. U.S. attorney