Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 4

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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; Secretary of state Albright supports indigenous rights; Two Arizona Indian men led long struggle for vote (continued on page 2); Clinton: 'Tribes got a raw deal'; President claims Cherokee blood; Tug-o-war over study of the bones (continued on page 2); Judges seek fuller court funding (continued on page 9); Babbitt seeks mediator role (continued on page 2); Tamastslikt will interpret for Northwest; Man works to preserve Oregon trail (continued on page 3).
Page 2: Tug-o-war over bones (continued from page 1); Coin NIGA director; Babbitt seeks mediator role (continued from page 1); Tracking the migrations of ducks; Long struggle for vote (continued from page 1).
Page 3: Quickly; Stories: They buckled up; Tamastslikt will interpret for Northwest (continued from page 1); Preserving Oregon trail (continued from page 1).
Page 4: The part-Cherokee president; Clinton: 'Tribes got raw deal'; Albright supports rights (continued from page 1); On the international front; New crackdown on rebel villages; Trujillo sworn in for second stint.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; Court opens some casino finance data; Tribes, Utilities ink documents to save fish; Oregon; Atty. Johansen new administrator at BPA; Warm springs closes area after feral dogs attack; Idaho; Chenoweth backs creation of Indian war memorial; YNHA report OKed; protest flares.
Page 6: Code of ethics decisions: Washines suspended in tape deletion; Moses on probation in tape case; Magnolia neighbores oppose Daybreak museum; Boise Cascade closures; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 7: People in the news; Forest technicia-scholars; Employee day; Tips on handling heat; Brewer wins warriors' award; Preparing for eagle spirit celebration.
Page 8: Opinion & commentary; PXWI; Sacajawea: Icon of resourcefulness; Out of our mailbag: Smith hunting bill political ploy; Being foster grandmother a privilege; Broken wing circle powwow; Walking the red road; Many penpals; New place on road; Story triggered Locke island memories; letters to the editor.
Page 9: Two missions for log church; Yakama judiciary probes legal issues; NAICJA seeks fuller court funding (continued on page 1); Top tribal winners at legends casino; Walking on; Myra Wolftail; Robert James Nagle; Rose Mae Richards; Garden of remembrance dedicated in Seattle; Human remains returned to Suquamish; Jessie Lena Barney.
Page 10: Sports; Born free club sweeps Taholah smoker; Gardee wins national karate gold medal; Tribal chiefs seek baseball great's hall induction; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Forest fire lookout; Custodian; Marketing & business associate I; Diabetes community health educator; Diabetes nurse educator; Office assistant II; Office assistant III; Secretary/office assistant II; Cook; Claims officer (attorney); Social worker II; Notice; request for proposals; For sale.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Navajo council recommends removal of Atcitty; Judge rules for Hopi to protect sacred butte; MacDonald hospitalized as he turns 70; Northern plains; heavy runner defeats veteran old person; Northeast; pipeline dig uncovers 12,000-year-old artifacts; Pequot find dock site for high speed ferry; N.Y. court won't order reservation tax collections; Oneida spend $2.4 million for land in two towns.