Yakama Nation Review, Volume 30, 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: YFP team visits Japan (continued on page 3); Budworm sparying begins (continued on page 3); Limited to treaty ceded areas?; Court strengthens hunting rights (continued on page 2); Tornado rips Sioux community (continued on page 9); Gorton: No dam removal funds for BPA; Threat of rattlers derails search for historic trail (continued on page 3); 'Cashiess slots' just ahead at legends casino; Court clears casino ads (continued on page 3); Inside.
Page 2: Court upholds treaty hunting rights; retrial ahead (continued from page 1); At Leavenworth feast; WAC Andrews's old glory flies.
Page 3: Quickly; Threat of rattlers derails search for trail (continued from page 1); Budworm spraying begins (continued from page 1); Army rejects Dawn bid; YFP team visits Japan (continued from page 1) ; Court clears casino ads (continued from page 1); Poll: Majority support Makah hunt; Gray whales die during migration.
Page 4: Logie to see sights; Mural portrays transfer from horse to car; People in the news; Pharmacist Nelson: First 30 years a breeze; Christine Billy slates long break; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 5: Walking on; Norman A. Hannigan; Memorial; Native Northwest; Washington; Spokanites back Wakluke slope preservation; Tribal casinos donate to problem gamblers council; Flyers announce Enumclaw 'white power' day July 4; Panel okays $100 million for salmon recovery plan; Court: hands off Umatilla suit; Oregon; Klamath voters choose Foreman for chairmanship; Oregon wants new role in Hanford cleanup pact.
Page 6: Congratulations class of 1999; Higher studies; High School.
Page 7: Congratulations class of 1999; High School; Pre-elementary.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Locke, schools & salmon; Out of our mailbag: Legends board oversees management; A lengthy roster of meetings before general council in fall; Wage dispute with YNHA; Researcher's long project: Indians during World War II.
Page 9: Mailbag: Seek Yakama WWII vets; What happened to death benefits?; Grand Ronde strategic donor for PSU Native center; Tornado rips Sioux community; one dead (continued from page 1); Summer boom swells hiring.
Page 10: Sports; Puyallup unbeaten, repeats as treaty day women's champs; Kiutus Jim endurance run to have three races; Stars & Strikes lauded as success, will return next year; Taholah edges white swan in treaty day tournament.
Page 11: Classified; Employment; Maintenance technician I; Office assistant II; Supervisory court services counselor; Dispatcher/Jailer; Office assistant III; Registered nurse; Safety officer; Office assistant III; Community service counselor I; Legal notices.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Second intertribal suit hits big tobacco; Bill would protect N.M. archaeological sites; Fire sweeps over 4,000 acres at White Mountain Apache; Far West; Viejas band acquires KDI-TV in National City, Calif.; Northern plains; Blackfeet curb non-Indian use of tribal grazing lands; Great lakes; AIM'S Dennis Banks sees pluses, minuses in gaming; Southeast; Martin wins seventh term at Mississippi Choctaw; Seminole will open casino in time for tourist season.