Yakama Nation Review, Volume 28, Number 22

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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 bill begins 'road testing'; Tukwila hearing attracts foes (continued on page 2); Corps stabilizes riverbank site; High court to review Indian hunting; Convalescing chairman comes home Apr. 15; Inside; Agreement must be reviewed; Gorton tobacco tax bill moving; Firing of architect delays Indian museum.
Page 2: Opposite together at Gorton 'road test' (continued from page 1); Witnesses: in their own words; Sen. Slade Gorton; Prosecutor Jeff Sullivan; Yakama tribal council.
Page 3: Quickly; Pena: Some final tasks; Boisterous sovereignty hearing (continued from page 2); Nuclear waste cleanup: Real closure or shell game?
Page 4: Tukwila hearing packed to walls (continued from page 3); Oregon: Hannigan chairs fish commission board; Northwest Indian education summit meets at Kah-Nee-Ta; Idaho: Batt to tribes: Develop jobs, economic incentives; Washington: Locks signs bill to speed recovery of wild salmon; Native foods marketing session at Evergreen.
Page 5: Ceremonial calendar; Nunavut: New reality within year; 'Sovereigns' before court? (continued from page 1); Hunting review (continued from page 7).
Page 6: Casino will 'rock around the clock'; Hanford reach 'most endangered' in U.S.; Order Toppenish history now; Wildhorse: Cascade of multiple benefits; Coeur d'alene's Internet game; Historical society sets Apr. 14 election.
Page 7: Erdrich: Life, work after husband's suicide; 'Daily struggle is heaven'; Turning tragedy to comic redemption.
Page 8: Sports; LaConner turns back bucks in title game of Yakama tournament; Lindy waters named MVP; Takers enemy and daws all-stars; Born free boxing club has eight of ten fighters win Washington state championships; Instant replays.
Page 9: Bucks thrilled; Canadians walk; Seminoles next year?; Lady Vols reign as springgest champs; White swan teams win lil red division titles; White swan finishes 4-1 in AAU winter league.
Page 10: Opinions & Commentary; PXWI; Focus on gorton; The Gorton Peril; Some opportunities; Out of our mailbag:; Opinion: D&A testing v. civil rights; Are general council laws enforced?; 'A look from the inside'; Sacred items burglarized; key help for her daughter.
Page 11: Walking on; Charles William Shawnee; Victoria Lynn Martin; Tilsen fought justice cause; Heart attach claims Longtree; Plane crash claims 5; New faces in work force; Subsistence: Rules & regulations for tributary fisheries; A. Yakima river; B. Klickitat River; C. Icicle river; D. Wind river; E. Ringhold ponds; F. Little white salmon river (Drano lake); G. White salmon river; H. Colombia river.
Page 12: Serenade in Memory; Tiin-Ma sets multicultural event; Mural day applications; Health fair packed with options; Baby boom: 73 new members.
Page 13: Classifieds; Employment; Case manager; Claims examiner; Facility maintenance worker II; Water technician III; Ranger; Finance officer; Hydroponic greenhouse farming; Bookkeeper IV; Pacific Northwest region fort simcoe (job corps) civilian conservation center; Jobs available; Training technician; Teacher; Training technician; Student/advisor mentor; Training administrator; Supervisory recreation specialist; Supervisory training technician; For sale; House for sale; Yard sales. Page 14: Across Native America; Southwest; Jicarilla reach water settlement on the Rio Chama; Northern plains; AIMS's ballpark blessing roils some Arizona Indians; Hopi: New royalty rate and $1 million bonus; Pope statue to commemorate Pueblo Revolt of 1680; Northern plains; Former crown supt. Pereau guilty in fund swap case; Russell Means says AIM 'less militant' today; Great lakes; Casino turndown tribe now in land controversy; Walleye-pike regulations for Ojibwa treaty fishermen.
Page 14: Across Native America; Southwest; Jicarilla reach water settlement on the Rio Chama; AIM’s ballpark blessing; roils some Arizona Indians; Hopi: New Royalty rate, and $1 million bonus; Pope Statue to commemorate Pueblo revolt of 1680; Northern plains; Former crow supt. Pereau guilty in fund swap case; Russell means says AIM ‘less militant’ today; Great lakes; Casino turndown tribe now in land controversy; Walleye-pike regulations for Ojibwa treaty fishermen.