Yakama Nation Review, Volume 30, Number 2

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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: Report to army corps; Tribes: Breach snake dams (continued on page 3); Schools prepare for gas leaks (continued on page 2); Chrystal: champion scholar (continued on page 7); Ancient canoe found in Oregon; Legends sees $24 million annual impact in valley (continued on page 3); Gaming panel readies proposals (continued on page 3); Journey: Tribes cordial to Lewis & Clark (continued on page 5); Inside.
Page 2: Feast celebrates gift of whale; Tribes sue for tobacco 'share'; Schools prepare for gas leaks (continued from page 1); Camp applications ready for families; Quickly.
Page 3: Inland river tribes: Breach snake dams (continued from page 1); FlintKnife takes oath as chief judge of court; Gaming panels readies proposals (continued from page 1); Preview; Legends sees $24 mil impact (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Native Northwest; Washington; Budworm: Devastation; Gorton flip-flops, opposes mine project; World War II memorial dedicated in emotional tribute; Salmon-eating terns prove tough to move upstream; Oregon; Oregon bill gives tribes role in salmon management; Idaho; Idaho senators supporting fort hall cleanup; Sho-Ban contests EPA-FMC phosphorous cleanup plan.
Page 5: Epic journey; Memories on both sides (continued from page 1); Seeking treaty honors; Simcoe flag day.
Page 6: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Supt. Clark on WIP; A modest proposal; Celebrate Makah whale harvest; Mixed reaction around puget sound; Thousands of wild animals killed for sport.
Page 7: Ceremonial calendar; Walking on; Arthur Edward Reid; Carl Thomas Settler; Leroy Mark John; Genevieve D. "Kayawtawni" Hooper; Memorial; Cancer claims Virginia leader; Chrystal champion (continued from page 1).
Page 8: Sports; Speedis to open treaty days; Intertribal, Eagles youth coed champs; Hornlockers host 2nd smoker, host boxers do well; 'Lightening at legends' fight card to include women's bout; Instant replays.
Page 9: Classified; Employment; Warehouse worker; Manager; Fishery biologist I; Office assistant II (receptionist); Facitilities maintenance worker II/HVAC technician; Office assistant III; Supervisor court services counselor; Facility maintenance worker II/ Telecommunications technician; Superintendent; Custodian; Education opportunity; Notices; Bid announcements.
Page 10: Across Native America; Southwest; Gila river nears 'huge' water settlement with CAP; Mescakero Apache council removes top two officers; Court revives sex abuse suit against IHS psychologist; Hillary visits southwest; Southern plains; Smith forms coalition to oppose Byrd reelection; Great lakes; One-time Alexian takeover site may become park; Southeast; Florida cabinet OK's buy of ancient Miami circle.