Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 8

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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: Bills alter endangered species protections, Zapatistas may enter politics, Didesh new Justice liaison, Ada Deer unveils BIA layoff plan for 3,000, Chinook ruling blow to Alaska, Exploring health legacy of Hanford, Order defines treaty shellfish rights, AIM called lawyer William Kunstler 'Eagle Man'
Page 2: Salmon Corps seeks 16 members, Shellfish treaty rights, Fall commercial fishing season begins, Native Nuclear Switchboard, Chinook ruling against Alaska, Probing Hanford health legacy, Linda Pratt: health educator
Page 3: Didesch vows to return to reservation, Sharpening those parenting skills, Rural housing loans in offing, Council to investigate state school laws, Eagle Spirit sets planning sessions, Sampson seeks Toppenish School Board position, Blanche: Cakes for all occasions, Kunstler: Eagle Man, Work force swells by 19, Church offering free clothing
Page 4: Samish win new round on recognition, Pasco reserve unit inactivated, Benton County officials rap in lieu fishing sites, Firing center expansion: more costly than planned, Coeur d'Alene say basin cleanup 'technicians' battle', Oregon hantavirus: second case confirmed, Communications reopened in Shuswap standoff
Page 5: Zapatistas in politics?, Assailing Indian rain forest, Priests fear arrest threats, Endangered: amendments, Defying death in Guatemala, Airing ag issues for the region
Page 6:Heritage Cup features polo dignitary, Special Olympics hosting bowing activity. serves over 8,000 Washington athletes, Local NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition scheduled for Sept. 19, Wings hosting national x-country qualifications, Tune-up basketball tourney sign-up set, Softball tournament has team openings
Page 7: Craig, Slockish exchange vows, Goss. Mossees to wed Sept. 30, Jim. Seelatsee wed Aug. 23, Arquette. Gould set wedding date, Pinkham. Skahan to wed
Page 8: How termination could happen again, Budget watch, Ordeal of two boys lost in mountains, House broken into. vandalized, Student suffers homesick attack, Campbell ponders options
Page 9: Ceremonial Calendar, Flood damaged famed Havasu Falls, Walking On: KAREN LOUISE JOHNLEY, JOSEPH ABELLA "JOEY" ORTIZ JR., PAULINE ANNA and PAULETT CLORICE DAVE, FRANCIS JOSEPH (FRANNY) CELESTINE, SUZIE LORENA LOGIE STONE SETTING, HAZEL UMTUCH OLNEY MEMORIAL, FAREWELL, Concerned parents meet in White Swan, YTS slates open house, Environmental grants to tribes
Page 10: Santa Fe arts institute begins fight for its life, ATNI sets Indian artist registry session, Turn begins TV filming for saga of Crazy Horse, Poet's corner, Want to redesign official BIA seal?
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Police arrest 22 in Turtle Mountain troubles, Ocaneechi denied N.C. tribal recognition, Wadena. two officials charged with embezzlement, Navajo forging a plan to reclaim Fort Wingate, Taylor faces Joyce Dugan in Eastern Cherokee race, Janklow: Tribes' master plan to buy western South Dakota, Cherokee Nation sues Mankiller for large 'separation payments', Okla. fuel dealers challenge tribal sovereignty