Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 11

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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: By wide margin; California voters OK tribal slots; Yakama team will give hand (continued on page 2); Permit: Makah on brink of whale hunt; Tribal jurisdiction; Judge approves agreements for Fort Duchesne; On docket for judges: Seperation of powers (continued on page 2); Sacajawea Shoshone images eyed; Radiation does estimates now available; Inside.
Page 2: Murray celebrates 'awesome' victory; 1-200 probably headed to court; Fort Duchesne agreements (continued from page 1); Seperation of powers (continued from page 1); Yakama team will give hand (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: At memorial; A morning ceremony will salute veterans; Vet's committee has new board; Warm springs: 8-ball to MC celebration; Three generations: Men at war; Makah melee; English Alaska's 'official' language.
Page 4: International; Did Mexican army have massacre role?; Zapatistas ask new talks; canadian church sorry for abuses; McCain: stats bad; California OKs slot; Morago new NIGA trainer.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; Seattle ceremonies for Kennewick man; Cowlitz, chinook moving towards recognition; Northern gray wolf may return to Olympic park; Idaho; Nez Perce officer told: Leave building project; Judge backs tribe's claim to lake Coeur d'Alene; Sho-Ban says settlement doesn't protect tribal lands; Health perspective; Stress releases for the coming season.
Page 6: Sports; Olnye gets 'first deer' on Yakama; Lapwai hosts 6' and under tournament; Eagle spirits 6' & under tourey slated; Blackwolf hosting men's basketball tournament; AAU looking for refs who want $13 an hour; Instant replays.
Page 7: Ceremonial calendar; People in the news; Toppenish grad adds to scholarship fund; Heritage AISES holds elections; Foster named as NIVA news editor; Lawyers hold toy, coat drive; Royalty crowned at river powwow.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Our soldiers are our nation's credentials; Kennewick man a hoax?; 14 chiefs, 14 directions; Princess says farewell, thanks (continued on page 9).
Page 9: Checking Hanford's pulse; Secret nuclear culture must be disclosed for Native survival; Out of our mailbag: How long will YNHA be allowed to operate in federal non-compliance?; Golden eagles eye purchasing.
Page 10: Jodi Potts new miss NCAI 1998; 14 new faces in workforce; Wapato dat set Nov. 14; Wapato board meetings changed; Yakama library: Get online; Ho-Chunk project: 1,000 new jobs. Clinton proclamation; Indian heritage month; Walking on; Loren C. LA Clair Jr.; Cynthia Faye Jones Smartlowitt; Jody Rae Peters; Laritta Sohappy Yallup memoria; Native artist Biss dies at 51.
Page 11: Classified; Administrative secretary; Part-time field representative; Counselor; Supervisor court services counselor; Social worker I; Disabilities specialist; Indian housing executive director; Executive secretary; Legal notices.
Page 12: Across Native America; Congress approves Missouri river shoreline transer; Southwest; Former council speaker begaye new Navajo president; Schoolchildren at chinle exposed to mercury; Secatero faces new charges in Canoncito slayings; Law bans trademarking of noted Indian symbols; Northeast; Tribal colleges left outside Clinton school fundint loop; Trial highlights Mohawk cross-border smuggling; Pequot elections demote rags-to-riches chairman; Southeast former Cherokee chief faces tax evasions, bribery charges; DMV closures ahead.