Yakama Nation Review, Volume 26, Number 9

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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: Tribes to Congress: Rent is due, Tribe asks injunction to halt 'Cascade Sage', Downwinders: Back to square one for tribe, GOP will tax Indian casinos, Zapatistas ready for dialog, New group will boost salmon recovery, Treasure trove for Coquilles
Page 2: Army plans 'Cascade Sage' go-ahead, Tribe asks injunction against Army, 1910 Shaker Church sets convention, Apas Goudy karate classes rolling, Who will be Miss Indian World?, New faces in new places, Group will boost salmon recovery, Litefoot performs a Wildhorse, Klickitat Co.: emergency flood loans
Page 3: Back to the starting line, Hanford Reach bill in mix, Commission to study gaming?, States. tribes assess environmental risks, Zapatistas ready for reform, General Council agenda change?, A roster for elder birthdays, 'For Generations to Come' forms
Page 4: Tribes to Congress: Rent is due, B.C. showdown ends; Ontario standoff busy, Gore makes surprise appearance, Tribe meets fishing quota
Page 5: Army plans go-ahead, Coastal Tribes appeal shellfish order, Colville asserts ancestral off-reservation hunting rights, Muckleshoot celebrate casino's grand opening, Policy gives tribes species consultation, Planned cuts imperial fisheries. says Turner, Nez Perce plan steelhead season on Clearwater, Disposition of Plutonium: tribes have vital stake
Page 6: Golf classic to benefit scholarship program, Potawatomi offer money for stadium, Teams log over 400 exercise hours in Keep Fit Program contest, State wants to release 1,200 tiger muskies, College sets deadline on mascot issue, Three-Rivers AAU seeks teams for league, Girl's participation in high school sports hits a record level in 1994-1995, Pro cowboy dies of complications. after injury at annual Pendleton Round-Up, An 18-year-old bull rider was thrown. trampled and kicked at rodeo, Co-ed tourneys on tap
Page 7: Pendleton Round-Up honors Smartlowit couple, Two trade promises, LISTEN: A wrap-up, Wahsises mark 25th anniversary, House sets Yakima hearing on child abuse
Page 8: Let's unite to resolve issues, Spend what it takes, Status quo hurts the salmon, Please hurry with the casino
Page 9: Status quo hurts salmon, Death claims Hopi journalist Robinson, Walking On: FURMAN E. WHEELER JR., CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANK, CARD OF THANKS, CARD OF THANKS,
Page 10: Museum interns find rich treasure trove for Coquilles, Native radio wins key grant, Some oglalas unhappy on film location, Poet's corner, Moratorium near petroglyphs, Portland theaters seek new playwrights, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Ute Chief Black Hawk's remains in LDS basement, Turtle Mountain judge jailed amid contentions, Choctaw Chief Roberts wants sex charges dropped, Dugan unseats Taylor at Easter Cherokee, Wisconsin statue honors Indian Vietnam vets, Peace signs now scarring petroglyphs, Consultant 'asked to lie' on mine's cultural impact, Some elders may still be owed refunds from SSI office