Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 10

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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: Remember sand creek; 1864 U.S. Army massacre 'disgrace' (continued on page 9); Medical gear; From military to Indian country; Showdown in no-man's land (continued on page 3); State, energy dept. reach new cleanup agreement at Hanford (continued on page 3); Judges weigh young elk hunt appeal (continued on page 9); Groups set strategy to reconcile differences over salmon (continued on page 2); Tribes; state agree on new video gambling machines (continued on page 3); Inside. .
Page 2: Rocket bingo mama; Modest woman, $46,963.90 win; Climate: NASA will hear tribes; Educators heading to Seattle for sessions of WSIEA; Groups set strategy over salmon (continued from page 1). .
Page 3: Quickly; Senate showdown in no-man's land (continued from page 1); Board choices, appeals face tribal voters; Initiative 200: at a glance; medical gear; Hanford cleanup modified (continued from page 1); New gaming machines Oked (continued from page 1). .
Page 4: Found ancient indian city in Nicaragua; Honduran Indians: Columbus guilty; Peru's discos: No Indians allowed; Clinton inquiry deadlines aired. .
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; Commission gives not to Kalispel casino; Oregon; Coquille raising organic cranberries for Thanksgiving; Crow creek may manufacture fabled Indian motorcycle; Idaho tribes back return on Indian affairs committee; Seperation of powers topic for tribal judges; Toppenish ranch party set; Dementia care class opens; Natives become part of Habitat for Humanity international. .
Page 6: Books: Rainbow of images from Indian lives; Kennewick man on '60 minutes'; Seattle moves conflicted; Hot showdown amongst scientists; Brochure lists multiple offerings of Smithsonian. .
Page 7: Ceremonial calendar; Young peoople in the news; Powwow honors youth, Wild Rose; Three brand new youth programs; Gold and yazzie artists in residence; Yakama adds eight new wage-earners. .
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; U.S. Supreme court uses 428 clerks, none are Native American; Out of our mailbag: Members can appeal court decisions; Restrictions may prompt hunger strike; Yakama wants to trade for baby-sitting; Donated sick leave, prayers appreciated; Voters Reukauf won't violate our trearty; Searching right places means new life; Policy on libel & slander. .
Page 9: Sea Shepherd: Makah draw strong eco-foes; Sand Creek (continued from page 1); Young awaits decision (continued from page 1); Walking on; Charles Leland Totus; Hazel M. 'Peggy' Boyer; Coreen Hazel Thomas; Death claims Lawrence Aripa, 72. .
Page 10: Sports; Small, Guardipee 1998 Indian Rodeo all-around champs; Western states results; Strong claims Indian summer bike race title; Four 'old warrios' 3-on-3 runners-up; American Indians earn trip to national golf tournament in Florida; Instant replays..
Page 11: Classified; Permit writer; Executive secretary; Diabetes nurse educator; General ledger accountant; Security shift supervisor; Social worker II; Manager-Public information; Appraiser trainee; Office Assistant III; Legal notices; For rent; Lost & found; For sale. .
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Tohono O'odham lose first bid to reclaim wilderness; Pascua yaqui director quilty in $1.8 million fraud case; Far West; Judge orders Calif. tribes" shut down video slots; Southern plains; Bill exempts Hasketll, SIPI from civil service regulations; Choctaw nation aids scholars to tune of $1 million plan; Great lakes; Shawnee reclaiming some of ancestral Ohio lands; BIA: Shakopee can't put new lands into trust; Southeast; Lumbee recognition hopes dashed again; Grant will support tribal education rights.