Yakama Nation Review, Volume 29, Number 7

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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; 'Budworm emergency' in forest; First fish stock mix begins at Cle Elum; Judge trims 'downwinders' lawsuit (continued on page 2); Pentagon will fund Lewis & Clark exhibit (continued on page 7); Study will measure economic impacts of tribes (continued on page 3); Kennewick man will move to UW's Burker (continued on page 7); Clinton names Morris to White House post; Inside.
Page 2: Forest products seeking board; 'Budworm emergency' in forest (continued from page 1); Judge trims downwinders lawsuit (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Coe decision text; Board suspends Moses, Washines in housing case; First fish mix begins at Cle Elum (continued from page 1); Study assesses fiscal impacts (continued from page 1); Washines responds to ethics board; Warm springs woman missing; Alexander's stamp for round-up memento.
Page 4: Berry hot, berry few; Forest encounters: Just the bear facts.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; Report tells Chief Leschi school problems; Workers find human bones at Quinault building site; Oregon; Burns Paiute opens Oregon's eighth casino; Idaho; Adverse Nez Perce ruling withdrawn, new hearing set; Idaho files appeal over Lake coeur d'Alene; Wapato impact aid review; New employees total 15; YVCC offers ABE classes.
Page 6: New symphony depicts 'trail of tears'; Overlook will mark historic bloody trek; October archeology month; Land use before Yakima firing center; High Desert exhibits widened; Show: Traditional quilts; Ceremonial Calendar.
Page 7: Politics '98; Yakama PAC in offing; Several seek precinct posts (continued from page 1); LVW website; Now on the internet; Yakima county precincts and voting locations; Boat travel 1, land bridge 0; Remains moving to Burke (continued from page 1); Pentagon funds (Continued from page 1).
Page 8: Opinion & commentary; PXWI; For the record: What Clinton said about the intern; Summer institute resounding success; Haskell seeking about 8,000 alumni; You guys don't look too hungry; Museum display plat to portray Yakama fruit bowl nation; Foster grandmothers caught many eyes; Writer promises lava eruption; Indian summer powwow canceled.
Page 9: Walking on; Wesley E. Barr; Sandra Arlene Kahama Wilson; Thelma Kishwalk Jim; Harold Desjarlois Jr.; Colleen Jean White Ellenwood; Mariah Dawn Stahi; Roger C. Trujillo "nah"; Charles Leland Totus; Rudolph "Rudy" A. Saluskin; Ray Manzano; Pauline W. Anderson memorial; Brady L. Brisbois Sr. memorial; Oscar 'Otto' Tainewasher memorial; Sarah Albert Quaempts memorial; card of thanks; Death claims vice chief of Mississippi Choctaw.
Page 10: Page full of advertisements.
Page 11: People in the news; Teen campers learn to count with Yakama nu,bers; Wanted: schience scholars; Salmon corps has open doors; Ike seated on student senate; Boosting head start skills; Fieurette Brown crowned in Gallup.
Page 12: Full page advertisement.
Page 13: Classified; Employment; Office Assistant II: Office assistant III; Disabilities specialist; Staff/family management specialist; GIS technician I; Community program aide II; Yakama legends casino job postings; The Yakama nation housing authority currently has the following openings: Office technician III; Personal technician; Administrative asst.; Housing development manager; The Yakima L.H.S. has the current vacancies at the Toppenish service unit: Medical technologist; Public health educator; Code enforcement officer; Community services counselor II; Notices; Invitation for bids; To whom it may concern.
Page 14: Across Native America; Far West; Wilson signs gaming agreements with 11 tribes; Southwest; Two pueblos, BLM ready land swap agreement; Secatero pleads innocent in quadruple slayings; Northern plains; Cloud of controversy around hemp cultivation; Southern plains; Cherokee begin rewrite of tribal constitution; Interior marks boundaries for Okla. Tax incentives; Northeast; Trucker pleads guilty in smuggling case; Southeast; Virginia ‘tones down’ racist highway signs.