Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 16

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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: Tribes' economic wallops: $1 billion; Four held in custody in Brownstown death (continued on page 2); Senate sets ambit for trial witnesses (continued on page 9); Report: Hanford doses not excessive (continued on page 2); Pope backs indigenous rights; Indian health service wins fiscal boost (continued on page 4); Court will hear Ute-Amoco natural gas dispute (continued on page 12); Trust funds; Inside.
Page 2: Committees serve 'business of the people' Voters return Moses to council seat; Repot: Hanford doses not excessive (continued from page 1); Slot lookalikes unveiled; Four held in custody (continued from page 1); Hannigan files appeal.
Page 3: Quickly; Yakama 'aspire to economic security'; Tribes economic wallop: $1 billion (continued fromm page 1); Senate committee sets hearings; Clinton floats $100 million salmon plan.
Page 4: Pope backs Indigenous rights (continued from page 1); IHS wins fiscal boost (continued from page 1); Report: Police delivered weapons before massacre.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Exercise regimen open for diabetics; White swan gang session; Tewee, Starr will wed in June; Idaho; Nez Perce, Avista settle clearwater case; Coeur d'Alene donate patrol car to mark cooperation; Body of 15-year-old boy found neear Spalding; Portion of casino income targeted to land purchases; Washington; Hearst grant establishes endowed Indiaan scholarship.
Page 6: TV: Alexie's movie-making; Friendship dance Feb. 20; Indian arts Northwest; A ben Campbell tribute; Variety of styles; Gov. Locke restores funds for county agricultural fairs; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 7: Indian vets rescue post; New faces in work force in January; Home repairs for elders; Preventing child abuse; People in the news; Swan attends capital satellite broadcast; Slimjohn wraps up career; Final race report issued.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Honoring governance; Out of our mailbag: Foes target daybreak lodge; Court order widens options; After-school alternatves; Grandparents event moved; Y2K Scene; State 'two-thirds ready'; Of libel & slander.
Page 9: Trial timetable weighed (continued from page 1); Violence prompts school lockdowns; Census: No adjustment; Walking on; Wapt Bassett; Mabel Anna Whitesel; Raymond Richard Schauer; Harvey Willie George; Joseph 'Joe' Heanan; Carmen Elsie Munoz-Peters; Glenn Max Whiz Sr.; Olsen Reubens memorial; Heemsah Namegiving ceremony; Kathleen Hitchcock, 91, served neighbors, flew 10,000 hours.
Page 10: Sports; Yakam fighter earns second consecutive trip to nationals; Wolfpack posts 25-1 Winter season record; opens current AAU league with victory; Yakama Veterans' classic set to tip off; Yakama bucks avenge loss in claiming YIRA All-Indian basketball tournament; Yakama nation dance team ready for performance dates; plan to attend conference.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Apellate court clerk; Office Assistant I/Cashier; Environmental specialist; Service coordinator; Yakama L.H.S. openings: Procurement technician; Kapp TV; Referrals & medical priorities.
Page 12: Across Native America; Far west; U.S. Mexico border divides Kumeyaay peoples; Southwest; Ute boycott still affects town of Roosevelt; Southern plains; Choctaw begin broadcasting language classes via satellite; Great lakes; Sokaogaon Chippewa elect new leaders; Melungeon ask recognition from Tenessee commission; Supreme court will refeeree Amoco case (continued from page 1).