Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 17

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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: Monicagate Trial; Senate poised to acquit (continued on page 4); State tobacco settlements; Montana tribes ask faire share (continued on page 3); Clements bill would curb tribal hunters (continued on page 3); Hermiston home yields 1,500 tribal artifacts (continued on page 3); Did Texaco destroy Ecuador rain forest? (continued on page 4); New panel formed to salvage Columbia salmon (continued on page 2); Makah reutrn boat for sea Shepherd promise of no return (continued on page 2).
Page 2: Compact sets treaty fishing season; New Clinton budget; Education, crime priorities for BIA; Indian health budget increased to $2.8 million; Mega-panel formed for salmon (continued from page 1); Makah, eco-group come to terms (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Clements bill would curb tribal hunters (continued from page 1); Clements hunting bill; Wider powers for state agency; Indian trust funds suit opens Mar. 15; Montana tribes seek fair share (continued from page 1); Hermiston home yields 1,500 tribal artifacts (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Senate poised to acquit Clinton (continued from page 1); Did Texaco destory Ecuador rain forest? (continued from page 1); Prosecutor-Counsel team; Program targets violence against women; Wanted: Volunteers for crisis training; Mt. Adams: Steps for 4th graders.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Oregon; Warm springs casino at Cascade locks?; Washington; Bits of Kennewick man found at UC-Davis; Aycock, 47, of Omak Colville's chief justice; New gorge home must move in six months; Idaho; Nez Perce contribute $46.5 million to economy; Idaho law prof targeted for treaty rights research; Coos bay spill perils Washington; Hanford cleanup costs top $1 billion.
Page 6: Earliest transit across land bridge; Persisent sleuth tracks down stolen Anasazi artifacts in Utah; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 7: Walking on; Carla Pierce; Myrtle Wilton; Rosie J. Frank; Ronny E. Hale; Gordon Allan Lothson; Rose 'Yettona' John; George Royal Olney; Leonard Frank 'Shooz' Wahsise; Hopi leader Thomas Banyacya, 89, passes; Coeur d'Alene councilman Henry SiJohn, 82, dies; Report: Salmon 'too tired to spawn'.
Page 8: Sports; Navajo backetball legend now feels at home at UTEP; Three rivers AAU league in fourth week; Instant replays; Little big man II, 5-foot-9 & under tourney set.
Page 9: Classified; Employment; Property technician; Chief executive officer; Wildlife technician I, II; Resource worker I; Appellate court clerk.
Page 10: Across Native America; Southern plains; Byrd facing critical contenders on May 22; Southwest; Ute officials keep tribe's wealth secret; Cheap gas; low revenues; Great lakes; Forest service asks comment on Ojibawa gathering rights; Northeast; Means challenges authority of Navajo tribal court; Pataki, homeowners meet over Oneida claims; Southeast; Catawba hunting rights argued before high court; Miami mayor doesn't want stone circle moved.