Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 18

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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: Sampson heads commission; Tribal-state agreement; Hunting 'co-management' in offing; Gregoire may challenge Gorton (continued on page 3); Kennewick man: tests; Judge issues contempt order over trust funds (continued on page 2); Saginaw open D.C. embassy (continued on page 3); Strong launches YVCC innovations; Agreements keeps 'Miami circle' in place.
Page 2: Gregoire may face Gorton (continued from page 1); Judges issues contempt order over trust (continued from page 1); 'Renewable energy' option.
Page 3: Quickly; Nunavut elects assembly; Canadian Native network gets 'go'; New Clarissa heading out to sea; It's Sampson at CRITFC (continued from page 1); 'Miami Circle' (continued from page 1); Saginaw open D.C. embassy; Ten-Day events set; Artist training workshops ahead.
Page 4: Native Northwest; Speelyi-Mi: The entry rules; Superfund status ahead for Spokane uranium mine?; Oregon; Warm springs voters will set performance of tribal gaming; Idaho; Lewis and Clark tributes may draw throngs; Two consitutional changes face Nez Perce vote; Coeur d'alene opposes posh gated community.
Page 5: Hunting 'co-management' in offing (continued from page 1); In Colorado; Summer wildlife seminar; Text: State-tribal hunting management agreement.
Page 6: Hear ancient history of Celilo; Books: Mormons, Utes fought Black hawk war; Poet's corner.
Page 7: Ceremonial calendar; People in the news; Sanchey chooses marine science; Margot wins arts award; New faces in the work force; Wanted: Students for medical future; Paw prints.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Indians & violence: Wild West still lives; Of libel $ slander; Out of our mailbag: Yakama theory: Creation in place; Ethnic societies, genocidal practices; Extinction 'wasnt't supposed to happen; Top recommendation; White house office on race.
Page 9: In the aftermath; Contempt charge in offing?; Acquitted Clinton: 'i'm sorry'; The censure that wasn't; Walking on; Florence Hoptowitt Olney; David J. Fowler; Joesph Francis Wak Wak; Wilkins Leonard; Stacey Lillie; Duane Tecumsh Sr. memorial; Roderick Cowapoo Sr. Stonesetting; Death claims artist Penn; Historian Latorre chronicled Kickapoo; Ojibawa activist brestette dies of heart attack.
Page 10: Sports; Nez Perce claims veteran's title; Black dragons claim youth co-ed tourney championship; Area teams complete week five of AAU winter league; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Wildlife technician II; Spotted owl technician I; Spotted owl technician II; Bookkeeper III; Assistant tribal director; Chemical systems analytical engineer; Office assistant III; Jobs at Yakama L.H.S; Resolution T-125-92.
Page 12: Across Native America; Far West; Ishi's long-lost brain found at Smithsonian; Sotuhwest; Courthouse may be named after Apache leader Chino; Threat over fugutive sighting; Southern plains; Byrd faces eight challengers for seat; Great lakes; Ventura assails claims of tribal sovereignty; State reimburses tribes for cigarette tax revenues; Southeast; Justice gathering data concerning mascots, squaws; Village at Yarbro area dates before 700 A.D; New Indian office.