Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 21

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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: Court: Shellfish harvest treaty rights upheld (continued on page 2); 3 Inca mummies found (continued on page 3); Fireworks mark new life for Nunavut (conntinued on page 2); State adopts co-management plan (continued on page 3); Panel revokes trademark for D.C. 'Redskins'; Trust records purged?; Tribes amass Gorton warchest (continued on page 3); Inside.
Page 2: Hemsaw; Four of 5 IHS systems ready for Y2K; Court upholds shellfish rights (continued from page 1); North star country (continued from page 1); Were BIA trust papers 'purged'? (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Native perspectives; Exploring Northwest's sacred landscapes; 3 Inca mummies found (continued fromm page 1); State adopts co-managment plan (continued from page 1); Gorton warchest (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Death in ravine near wanblee; Detective seeking witnesses to last 24 hours of Aquash life; About Anne Mae Aquash; Spider story emerges in Colombia killings.
Page 5: Paw prints; Pets can get diabetes; Navajo vet clinic opens; Washington; Colville, DFW capture sharp-tailed grouse; Shoalwater proposes large townhouse project; Oregon; Spring setline fishery set until July 31; Idaho; Coeur d'Alene, firm will team up for practicleboard; Idaho won't accede to waterway management plan.
Page 6: Students depict rainbow of cultures; IAIA buries time capsule; Oral tradition tells Yakama treaty rights; Fledgling writer Shashana; Suddenly I turned around:.
Page 7: Sohappy named to NMAI elders board; Enrollees: 48 new faces; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Newsroom diversity; Methodists debate Indian casinos; Out of our mailbag: Yakama language preservation efforts needed; Federal caucus will work with Northwest tribes on ESA listings; Get rid of hops.
Page 9: Salmon corps probes careers; Wanda Sampson begins retirement; Headstart powwow; New faces in work force; HIP applications; Walking on; Patricia F. Schuster; Memorial; Levina L. ""Koom-Thei"" Slockish; Quinault leader jackson dies.
Page 10: Sports; Itausha defeats Lapwai for '99 YNBTA championship; Yakama Bucks defeat Harlem, Mont. for 3rd place trophy; Instant replays; SIPI's Leslie wins third national NJCAA individual title in 5,000 meter run; All-Indian middle, high schoo tourneys slated; Tribal school playing pair of athletic games.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Forester; Administer timber sale contracts; Tumber sale appraisal; Log acquisition and sales; Resource worker; Ranger; Fire control worker I; Warehouse worker; Office assistant II; Cashier; Supervisor cashier; Receptionist.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; San Carlos, parties sign Salt River water agreement; Southern Ute royalties settlement approved; Southern plains; Observers may monitor May 22 Cherokee votingl; Great lakes; Federal judge delays Hudson casino lawsuit; Teen uncovers skull while digging hideout; Former Mole Lake official sentenced to prison; Southeast; Seminoles envision Native theme park; Miami circle legislation offered by Graham; About 80,000 Indians dies building Calif. missions.