Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 20

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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: Babbitt grand jury (continued on page 2); Juarez leaving Indian office (continued on page 4); Northwest infant deaths declining (continued on page 5); Nunavut: New Inuit territory (continued on page 2); Hastings plan for white bluffs, Wahluke slope (continued on page 4); Shoalwater smuggles new slots onto reservation (continued on page 2); Ojibwa fishing upheld (continued on page 4); Yakama logs: export premium (continued on page 3); Inside.
Page 2: Nine salmon species listed; Nunavut territory (continued from page 1); babbitt (continued from page 1); Slots (continued from page 1).
Page 3: Quickly; Yakama logs: export premium (continued from page 1); Community healing; The road to individual wellness; Giving children a secure future; Seminar on teaching Indian children planned.
Page 4: Ojibwa fishing upheld (continued from page 1); Word 'Squaw' dumped; Mexico: Indian referendum; Senn files to challenge Gorton senate seat; new Hastings plan for Hanford reach (continued from page 1); Juarez leaving Indian office continued from page 1).
Page 5: Native Northwest; Infant deaths decline (continued from page 1); Diabetic foot care; Washington; Makah whaling opponents ready to move; Hanford hot nuclear sludge siuiced from old tank; Oregon; Warm springs boosts public safeties monies again; Idaho; Idaho will join regional salmon recovery forum; Sho-Ban likes phosphorous pollution reduction blueprint.
Page 6: Actress discovered options; Stancliffe crowned miss Toppenish; New sanctuary of art in desert; Two dramatic presentations set during youth conference; Opportunities on memorial weekend; Wyam feast around corner; Poet's corner.
Page 7: Ceremonial calendar; People in the news; Yakama poet to hold reading; Olney one of top high school artists; Young, Schilperoort we royally.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PWXI; Scientists support breaching of dams; Out of our mailbag: Detective asks help in Aquash death; Burning pollutes vallyer air; Writer backs INS action (continued on page 9); Clean up as you go; Strong hunger for tradition from behind thickest walls.
Page 9: Mailbag: Writer backs INS action (continued from page 8); Walking on; Johen Agnew; Rosemary E. Kalama; Norma Starr; Billy Stonesetting; Memorial; Washinawatok buried in Wisconsin.
Page 10: Sports; Young earns all-state wrestliing honor; Cougar honor athlete also honored in football; Makah nation turns back springs in legends; Jamison's 758 sets new series record at Sunnyside valley lanes; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Yakama forest products; Forester; Timber sale appraiser; Log acquisition and sales; Meat processing employees; Chief executive officer; Fire control worker I; Warehouse worker; Resource worker; Clinical supervisor; Receptionist.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Gosahute group sues to halt nuke waste storage; Tigua file $4 billion suit over Texas lands; Calpine Fort Mojave plant wins BIA approval; Southern plains; Fort Sill Apache seek casino in New Mexico; Choctaw home manufacturing will meet members' needs; Northeast; Crayola nixes 'Indian Red' after hosts of complaints; Onecides balk at paying New York sales taxes; Southeast; Virginia Indians persist in recognition efforts.