Yakama Nation Review, Volume 28, Number 24

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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: Incubating 'fry'; At Cle Elum (continued on page 2), first generation; Researcher wants to keep bone fragment (continued on page 2); Spring chinook season closed (continued on page 2); Tohono O'odham seeks sacred wilderness; Senate panel probes incomes of tribes (continued on page 5); Hanford releases tritium in secret test; Native music awards on the horizon (continued on page 6); Inside.
Page 2: At Cle Elum, first generation (continued frin page 1); Spring chinook season closed (continued from page 1); Basin enhancement hearings; Researcher wants fragment (continued from page 1).
Page 3: Quickly; Washines wins 10-year coach plaque; Ueblacker 'tells stories for a living'; Chairman reports recovery.
Page 4: Puyallup's emerald queen; Good sailing for riverboat; Peltier upset after third parole review; Gover approves pala pact; Judge denies effort.
Page 5: Senate panel probes incomes of tribes (continued from page 1); Gunfire kills eight grader; Native Northwest; Washington; Muckleshoot suspend ampitheater work; Ceremony marks 1878 release of chief red heart band; Teenage totem torches to learn Snoqualmie culture; Oregon; Klamath protests access cut to old former reservation; Idaho; Nez Perce: Jurisdiction valid, despite court ruling; Lapwai general council wants wildlife commission.
Page 6: Yakama videos available; Native music awards ahead (continued from page 1); Marra captures portraits of intensity and pride; Museum broadens membership; Cheney Indian mart set; Indian art Northwest.
Page 7: People in the news; Sampson named to who's who; Bushman distinquished youth canditate.
Page 8: Opinion & commentary; PXWI; State churches blast Gorton bill; Seattle; Out of our mailbag: Preserving treaty assures the future; Youth must remain our top concern; Addicts make many suffer; Theft of keepsakes; Grandfather's name; Pen pals wanted.
Page 9: Waklking on; Bettina Shilow-Russell Montoya; Dennis Harry Flander Sr.; Nellie Ruth Andrews; Margaret Smartlowit Henry; Fred Johnson Sr. Aaron P. james; Death claims blackfeet leader St. Goddard.
Page 10: Sports; N.E.W.S. tourneys set; state B champs, Chief Leschi in; Indian national finals rodeo returns to southwest; Several premier AAU tournaments scheduled; First annual amateur golf tourney set at wildhorse; Treaty days basketball tournament scheduled; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Bioligist; Fisheries technician III; Predation technician II; Office assistant III; Welfare-to-work grant dept. of human services employment, Yakama nation; Three on-the-job training positions; Two job creation through wage subsidies; Bookkeeper III; Office Assistant III; Heritage college lifelong learning institute workshop in financial management.
Page 12: Across Native America; Northern plains; U.S. judge overturns crow court on damage award; Ex-Supt. Whitesell, cleared, wants legal bills paid; Little sheel chippewa moving toward recognition; Far West; Washoe manage mees bay resort on lake Tahoe; Southwest; Navajo investments reach $1 billion with stock rise; Southern plains; Cherokee consitutional revision commission readied; Northeast; Abenaki launch new line of natural drinks; Judge OKs U.S. intervention for Seneca land claim; Southeast; Indians upset over term 'savages' on road signs.