Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 15

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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: Judge probes trust fund management (continued on page 3); Navajo ready lawsuit against tobacco firms (continued on page 4); Tribal leaders defend casinos before gaming panel (continued on page 9); Scientists ask fresh examination of site (continued on page 4); Speedis protected traditions; Court ruling roils lumbees (continued on page 4); Salmon eggs hold new hope for coho runs on Yakima river (continued on page 4); Inside.
Page 2: Decision text: Ethics board suspends Hannigan; Yakamas win county demo posts; Begaye takes oath in window rock; Heritage party targets Gorton; Quickly.
Page 3: Senate weighs perjury, obstruction of justice (continued from page 1); Senate summons to president; U.S. backs Southern Ute in lawsuit against Amoco; Trust fund management (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Farm/Ranch demo project; Wanted: Volunteer landowners; Coourt ruling roils lumbees (continued from page 1); Decision may force new lumbee elections; Navajo ready tobacco lawsuit (continued from page 1); Scientists want back on site (continued from page 1); Coho runs on Yakima? (continued from page 1); Fireball natural gas explodes on Umatilla (continued on page 5).
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; State appeals shellfish to high court; Makah polic chied faces Feb. 2 court date; Initiative would ban commercial fish nets; Shelhart new chief of Colville police; Exhibit depicts setting of 1854 Nisqually treaty; Idaho; Sacajawea portrait draws mixed reviews at home; HHS approves Nez Perce tribal workfare program; Fireball (continued from page 4); Form manager slain; ousters at Tigua pueblo.
Page 6: Sports; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar gets education as coach on Apache Indian reservation; Instant replays.
Page 7: Paw prints; Many reservation animals have a bundle of needs; New faces in tribal work force; People in the news; Cultural team flies to Stuttgart; New 'virtual museum' now on website; YVCC course on ethnic women; 'See what's new'; Business classes; Status event.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Census 2000: Avoid undercount; Out ofo our mailbag; Which hunters are misbehaving?; Bill Yakima for lawsuits; Plaudits for Craig reportage; Student problems plague institute.
Page 9: Mailbox; Student problems plague institute (continued from page 8); Leaders defend casinos (continued from page 1); Census Bureau seeking crew; Native media; New radio projects funded; Shawnee deal closed; 'Indian artist; closes; Learn what programs are available; Clinic offers women's hours; NAIHC readies annual session.
Page 10: Walking on; Robert Wesley; Thelma Dick Pachipe Ladue; Joseph Saluskin; Minnie Johnson Anderson; Florence Hoptowit Olney; Leslie Howard Hill; Walter J. "Kul-Wash" Speedis; Geraldine Spencer Olney; Memorials; Avalanche kills 9 Arctic Innuit; Pueblo potter Naranjo passes; Navajo missions founder dies.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Human resources director; Education specialist; Custodian; Registered nurse; Teacher aide; Yakama language teacher; Licensing trainee; Audit/Licensing trainee; Surveillance observer/gaming agent.
Page 12: Across Native America; Northern plains; Councilman Loud Hawk, wife slain at Oglala; Standing Rock adopts new gasoline tax; Southwest; Navajo irrigation project slated to expand; Wright loses reelection; Pueblos start year with new leadership; Southern plains; Cherokee tobacco tax still uncollected; Great lakes; Judge clears way for Hudson trial; Menominee amendments affect casino plan.