Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 3

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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: Yakama Nation Review; Are assets of Yakama nation safe from Hanford 'accidents'? (continued on page 2); Richardson named to energy; Journalists OK naja free press liaison (continued on page 3); Gover opposing BIA redistribution in new Gorton bill (continued on page 3); Clinton race panel sets final sessions; Soldiers of Simcoe; Kennewick man: Court orders mediation (continued on page 2); Inside.
Page 2: Are tribal assets safe from hanford? (continued from page 1); Kennewick man: mediation (continued from page 1); A closer look; Contaminating the water; Quickly.
Page 3: Gover opposes (continued from page 1); NAJA: free press liaison (continued from page 1); Free press defense desk; NAJA: An intern's perspective; Messages: Miss Yakama nation.
Page 4: Native Northwest; New Faces in work force; Washington; Locke OK's Kalispel casino in spokane; Bulin takes over corp's Walla Walla district; Grassland fires scorch north Hanford region; Oregon; Umatilla tribes, Pendleton near water plant agreement; Klamath closing in on artifacts fund drive; Idaho; Tinno elected to chair Sho-Ban business council; Jurisdiction debated in Lapwai criminal case.
Page 5: Ceremonial Calendar; Fiander, Aleck to exchange vows.
Page 6: Congratulations 1998 graduates; High school; High studies.
Page 7: High school; Middle school; Head start; Good-bye middle school, hello high school....
Page 8: Opinion & commentary; PXWI; Educating neighbors; Retracing the trails of Lewis and Clark; Out of our mailbag: 'No intertribal discrimination at Umatilla'; Facing joys of retirement; The heartbeat behind revival; Of libel & slander.
Page 9: Walking on; Harold S, Thomas sr.; Jim Nelson Aleck sr. Roy P. Watlamet; Patricia Mae Olney Griffin; Thomas C. OHMS; Jerald Whitefoot; Anthony Robert ""Tony"" George sr.; Steven Wesley Ranes; Edward Ralph Hert; Joseph Andy; Navajo code talker Abeyta, 79, dies; Anthropogist Jack Chilcott passes.
Page 10: Sports; Ramone, Rogers, Valdez top WSAIR; Chargers outscore rivals 187-37 in winning title; Granger rebel-ettes claim softball championship; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Public safety commisioner; Maintenance worker III; Institutional cleaner; Switchboard operator; Culural specialist; Welfare-to-work grant; 5 work experience; 3 community service employment; 3 on-the-job training; 2 job creation; Social worker I; CAMP counselor II; Cashier/OA-I; Payroll technician; Public safety commissioner; Lost & found.
Page 12: Across native america; Southwest; Prosecutor charges atcitty with ethics violations; Southern plains; Anoatubby wins mankiller backing in Oklahoma race; Great lakes; Michigan, five tribes aim to resolve conflicts; Supreme court will decide treaty rights of Ojibwa; Northeast Wampanoag stake claim to tiny normans Island; Will Sacajawea grace new U.S. silver dollar?; Southeast; Catawba plan city on banks of river.