Yakama Nation Review, Volume 28, Number 19

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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: State watching tax case; Navajo President Hale resigns, Prosecutor readied compelling case, Vice President Atcitty takes helm; State confiscates Chehalis cigarettes; Court denies Venetie sovereignty; Retail center dedication ahead; 30,000 years, scientists eye earlier migrations; Locke threatens Hanford lawsuit over cleanup; Yakama habitat chapter will begin renovations.
Page 2: Miller back on bench; Leaders target Gorton rider at salmon recovery hearing; Locke threatens Hanford lawsuit over cleanup (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Locke appointment, Ward trustee at YVCC; Governor broadens HIP rules; Court: Venetie turndown (continued from page 1); Habitat launches Yakama chapter (continued from page 1); Ecology rejects DOE extension; Child care funds how available; Babbitt hires Cutler; ‘Interest income’; Petition would bust bank;
Page 4: Learn more about Yakima River basin; Fake $50 bills afloat in valley; Native northwest; Washington; Tideland owners negotiate on shellfish; Colville business council fires executive director; Oregon; Umatilla fire dept. Honors three firefighters of the year; Idaho; Did 1996 court ruling settle Nez Perce boundary?; Second man indicted in Green beating death.
Page 5: Hale resigns following prosecutors reports (continued from page 1); Vice president Atcitty takes helm continued from page 1); State watches tax case (continued from page 1);
Page 6: AT&T fund exhibit; Speelyi-Mi: curtains getting ready to rise; College scholarships on tap for museum training internships; George retrospective under way.
Page 7: Ceremonial Calendar; People in the news; Jacob on national academic team; Youth activities begin; Cultural projects sought.
Page 8: opinion & commentary; Hold your horses; Of Libel & Slander; Iraq: Clinton outlines readiness; out of our mailbag: The case for a Yakama charter school; Close look at directors of enterprise; Verbal abuse can harm the elders; Many penpals have emerged.
Page 9: Ancient migrations earlier (continued from page 1); Gorton amendment (continued from page 2); Walking on; Gilbert Cecil Conner; Lewis R. Vielle; Peter Olney Sr. Stonesetting; Lester Lewis Memorial; White Earth basketmaker passes; Rights activists in Chiapas.
Page 10: Sports; Corpuz fourth at nationals, looks to 1999; ‘Little Big Man’ tourney set for March in Toppenish; Players win co-ed youth basketball tournament; High School tournament to fund UK, Europe tour; Double Dribble! Charger volleyball side-out corrected; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Poker manager; Bingo/pull-tabs manager; Human resource manager; Keno manager; Fisheries technician III; community program aide II: Wildlife technician I; Wildlife technician II; Education specialist; fisheries biologist; Fisheries technician II: Watershed tech. II; resource worker I; re-advertisement fisheries technician II; warehouseman; notice; request for proposal.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Russel Means challenges Navajo court in assault case; Skull paid as drug debt, man receives probation; Jicarilla president resigns; Southern Plains; Cherokees return to daily business as turmoil fades; Coeur d’Alene internet gaming upheld by judge; Nelson, Kickapoo debut Outlaw Music Channel; Great Lakes; Babbitt attorneys win stay in casino lawsuit; Northeast; Mohawks retaliating against tax opponents.