Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 1

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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: Court hearing on security of remains (continued on page 4); EPA approves N.M. nuclear waste burial site; State timber board sets rules to protect steelhead (continued on page 9); Casino curtain comes up; Crow lose coal tax lawsuit (continued on page 9); Son of famed artist shot, reportedely for his truck; Tribes told compromise on immunity 'necessary'.
Page 2: New screens imperil salmon, lamprey; Property owners still bitter over state action; artist's son shot for truck (continued on page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: EPA approves carlsbad nuke waste burial (continued from page 1); Judicial session set for Spokane; Compromise on immunity dead ahead? (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Native Northwest; Security of remains focus of hearing (continued from page 1); Oregon; Umatilla depot stages nerve gas leak drill; Olney Patt Jr. chairs council at warm springs; Washington; One year since tank A-109 exploded in Hanford accident; Accident accelerated update of safety procedures and culture; Idaho; Penney wins reelection from general council voters; Two new wells ease fort hall water problems; Forest service waives Nez Perce camping fees.
Page 5: Casino curtain comes up, crowds bountiful (continued from page 1); Key dates; Shoalwater slips in slot machines, then files suit.
Page 6: A new vision; Olney's 'Mother and Child'; Thank ancestors for treaty; Symphony set at warm springs; 1855 yakima treaty chronicles; Treaty summer changed yakimas.
Page 7: Navajo textile mills; Yakam memorial blanket ahead; Ceremonial calendar; People in the news; West chairs museum group.
Page 8: Opinion & commentary; PXWI; Case against immunity; Of libel & slander; Out of our mailbag; Sanchey: KIT's McClary 'insults Indians'; Customs can cloak wrongdoing; Intertribal discrimination; Tradition shapes funeral conduct (continued on page 9).
Page 9: Mailbag; Intertribal discrimination? (continued from page 8); Female penpals; Crow lose long battle over illegal state taxes; Timber board: rule for steelhead (continued from page 1);
Page 10: Sports; Benson seeking 41st queen title of Yakama nation all-indian rodeo; Candidated judged on poise, personality, horsemanship; Instant replay; Yakama nation open features $10G hole-in-one; Women's treaty day tourney slated, 12 teams expected.
Page 11: Classified; employment; Education specialist; The natural resources education/curriculum specialist; Custodial supervisor; CAMP director; The natural resource and culture CAMP director; Accountant I; Forest Technician (I, II or III); Teacher wanted; Re-advertisement; Bookkeeper IV; Re-advertisment; Community health aide; Resource worker I; College Intern; Summer youth employees; Administrative assistant; Yakama language teacher; School counselor; Bus driver; Food servie manager; Public notice; State of Washington.
Page 12: Across Native America; Nothern plains; Crow, Arch sign lucrative coal exploration contract; Southwest; Navajo tighetn internet access after porn downloading; Southern plains; Two cherokee sue housing authority over wiretapping; Appeals court sides with citizen Potawatomi in case; Southeast; Lenni lenapi ask recoginition from Pennsylvania solons; Lumbee council can sue regional development group; Youth summer reading activities.