Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 14

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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: Yakama timber on new track; Tribe processing own products (continued on page 3); Scientists say new cracks show in Kennewick man; Brazil opens 22 new reservations; Gorton readies new race in 2000 (continued on page 9); Judge: Slots illegal in state; Siberian-American Indian DNA link found (continued on page 5); Inside.
Page 2: House completes primer on impeachment; 'Desert fox' delays vote; Before house: 4 articles; Scientists say new cracks show up in Kennewick man (continued from page 1); Van sickle: Slots illegal in state (continued from page 1); Montana, Idaho balk over salmon plan.
Page 3: Quickly; YNHA seeks public comment on report; Six faces of Sacajawea: U.S. Mint awaits choice (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Commissioners depict prospects for legends casino; More ethics matters resume on Jan. 14; About that impact commission.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; Muckleshoot will double size of casino; Seized cigarettes auctioned, bring in combined $244,000; Thyroid disease results go public in January; New whaling captiain steps up practice runs; Idaho; Task force studying Winchester lake cleanup; Ranchers donate land to protect rock art; Chairman's daughter attacked; Torres pleads guilty; Sho-Ban using satelites to monitor fish incubation; Siberian-Indian DNA link found (continued from page 1); Anual employee awards set Jan. 16; Four new faces in work force.
Page 6: 1998: The year in review; Gorton immunity bill triggered political quake; January; February; March; May; June; July (continued on page 7).
Page 7: 1998: The year in review; Casino adds wider dimension to tribal economy (continued from page 6); August; September; October; November; December.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; An Indian nativity; Out of our mailbag: intimidation tactics work sometimes; Inside casino management, enrollment not a resume; Confinment without spirit; Helping through son's accident; Recovering fairly well.
Page 9: Gorton readies race in 2000 (continued from page 1); Native media; N.Y. Oneidas purchase Indian country today; McAuliffe will teach at U Mont. Walking on; Laritta Sohappy; Memorial; In memory of Pauline Wannassay Anderson; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 10: Sports; Born free fighters claim 3 titles; A 'chief' in Oklahoma city is now in history books; Toppenish athletes earn CWAC all-league status; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Administrative forester; Case manager; Accountant I; Office assistant III; Custodial supervisor; Assistant or associate of Native American studies; Cultures; Yakama Indian health service unit; Practical nurse; Social work associate; Community health nurse; Meat processing employment; Yakama Nation contract health programs guidelines; Miscellaneous services & descriptions.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Utah tribes oppose state's English-only legislation; 'Squaw' word debate resurfaces in Arizona; Bgaye will replace most department heads; Unappropriate Truckee water going to pyramid lake; Brothers fined $5,000 each Anasazi looting case; Southern plains; Cherokee boating accident claims lives of two; Great lakes; Grand traverse appeal denied by high court; Northeast; Boehlert asks Gov. Pataki to join Onieda negotations; Southeast; Judge rules in favor of recognizing Occaneechi.