Yakama Nation Review, Volume 28, Number 20

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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: Gorton: Sovereign immunity hearing; WSU Study probes ancient inland tools, Students use aboriginal technology; Pubic radio station takes first major step; Video project will capture memories of Hanford area; Coastal salmon ‘endangered’; Tensions escalating across Chiapas; Marchers commemorate Wounded Knee ‘73.
Page 2: Wesla reviews year; COE decision text. Washines on probation for 90 days; Gorton targets sovereign immunity (continued from page 1); Video project: Hanford memories (continued from page 1).
Page 3: Quickly; Forest products must fill 29 slots; Wash.-Cal. Coastal salmon endangered; Ex-police chief seeks reinstatement.
Page 4: Tensions increase across Chiapas; Reinstatement (continued from page 3); Remembering Wounded Knee (continued from page 1); Ceremonial calendar.
Page 5: Native northwest; Washington; Firm sues Muckleshoot for damages; Chehalis faces cigarette fine of $1 million; Locke, federal agencies sign habitat agreement; Fort Vancouver tours give glimpse of everyday; Oregon; Video poker opponents abandon initiative effort; Idaho; Nez Perce, Forest services near camping agreement; New faces in the workforce; Eagle spirit moves powwow date; Free Ponderosa seedlings available.
Page 6: Conner will weave Tamastslikt timeball; Sharer will explore culture of Mayas; $1.4 Million in scholarships, Greyhills festival rich cornucopia.
Page 7: People in the news; Teachers’ group honors Goudy; Shippentower, Piel students of month; Drama cast returns in April; Jay Silverheels in Hall of Honor.
Page 8: Opinion and Commentary; Traits of Leadership; out of our mailbag; Affirmative action v. good ole boys; Some advice and cooperation; Veg management got much help; Job answer to hard times; winners for mini-raffle.
Page 9: WSU study probes ancient inland tools (continued from page 1); Wanted: Rimrock names; Heritage college sets career fair; Visit vietnam wall; Walking on; Johny Bill Jr.; Duane Simmons Tecumseh Sr.; Emma Tewee Telakish; Ingram-Dick Memorials; Peter Olney Sr. Stonesetting; Lester Lewis memorial; In Memory of Birdie Stahi; Brazil’s Indian defender dies of Heart attack; Longtime Sho-Ban leader Kesley Edmo, 78, dies.
Page 10: Sports; Heemsah, Patrick seek Yakama nation tournament queen title; Pairing set for 43rd annual YNBTA; White Swan winter AAU champs; Peters clan wins W.S.I.S.C.C. co-ed family basketball title over Heemsahs; Instant replays.
Page 11: classifieds; employment; Fish Technician I; Office Assistant II; Safety Officer; Office Assistant III; Community Health Aide; Office Assistant IV; Officer; Heritage College; Medicine wheel academy Native American culture guide.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Navajo Prosecutor Smith now probing Atcitty; Decision closes Fort Duchesne land dispute; Far West; Wilson-Pala gaming pact stirs sovereignty fears; Southern Plains; Oklahoma Indians have highest AIDS cases in U.S.; Great Lakes; Babbitt predicts state opposes casino plan; Northeast; Onondaga smoke shops bulldozed and burned; Officer Shade retires after 21 years on force; Tax help offered.