Yakama Nation Review, Volume 36, Number 19

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The Yakama Nation Review is a bi-weekly newspaper printed by the Yakama Nation that includes articles of local importance. YNR staff writers, as well as external news outlets have written the articles within this issue. In March 1994, the publication changed its name from Yakama Nation Review to Yakama Nation Review.
Page 1: Secretary of the Interior resigns from post (see Norton on page 2); Tribal members urged new ballot voting system (see voting on page 2); McCain sets date to vote on tribal gaming revisions (see McCain in page 2); Sampson, Washines retain Yakama tribal council seat (see election on page 2); Judge upholds sovereignty ruling for Shoshone-Bannock tribe (see ruling on page 2); Inside.
Page 2: Norton/Not everyone sad about news (continued from page 1); Ruling/tribes still face difficult hurdles (continued from page 1); Congressional leaders back NCAI call to fight meth; LaCourse family sets memorial date; McCain/NIGC backs effort (continued from page 1); Election/Three seats remain; Quickly.
Page 3: Ceremonial calendar; Idaho governor nominated for interior department secretary; Yucca mountain may be too small even by the time it is set to open; First Americans in Arts announces Quese IMC nomination for musical achievement; Yakamas still part of CRITFC; Two Cheyenne Arapaho council members ousted.
Page 4: Federal government challenge ban on waste shipments to Hanford; Foundation kicks off campaign to restore shoreline; Washington, feds partner for Puget sound cleanup; Tulalips restrict reservation shoreline development; Two killed in crash identified; Revolver from Modoc War returned to Klamath museum; Crash near Ronan kills two; Tulalip HUD-grants depend on government audit review; Power plant called likely source of pollution in Gorge; Foundation kicks off campaign to restore shoreline; Man escapes from Sho-Ban jail; U.S. marshals in pursuit.
Page 5: Walking on; Oglala Sioux bestow a lasting tribute to first tribal- a name- fatality in Iraq;
Page 6: (Opinion and Commentary); PXWI; Kennewick man- The greatest show unearthed; Out of our mailbag; Get legal review on Pan Sylvan (see HOUSING on page 7).
Page 7: Out of our mailbag; Housing/Investigation needed at Wapato (continued from page 6); reach the Rez tour touches down on Yakama.
Page 8: Sports; Lady Cougars' journey ends successfully; Zillah Leopards' Guthrie sisters compliment each other on court.
Page 9: Yakima Sun Kings advance to playoffs; Zillah/Guthries all-around athletes (continued from page 8); Stage set; Browning dropped; Queen coronation ball slated; Lake Roosevelt posts 1-2 state tourney record; Open rough stock rodeo slated for White Swan.
Page 10: People in the news; Academy graduate is the youngest; Student coping with life's setbacks.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment.
Page 12: Across Native America; Sheridan Country renews Whiteclay alcohol licenses; Council votes to remove tribal chairman from office; Official: Urban Indian health service in danger; Man pleads to involuntary manslaughter; Eagle Butte accident may lead to federal charges; Woman sentenced for embezzling over $250,000; Author’s treaty book was in evidence at Supreme Court; PFS chair says opponents cannot stop waste storage; Prison officials urged to ban non-Natives from ceremonies; IAIA names new president; Park officials may use trained hawk to frighten pigeons; New leader shaking things up in Gila River community; Man sells house to pay back half-million stolen from tribe; Nephew of tribal judge gets 17.5 years for role in drug ring; Man suspected in double homicide found dead; Court recognizes descendants of Cherokee black freedmen.