Yakama Nation Review, Volume 37, Number 1

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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: Tribe takes over fish hatchery (see hatchery on page 3); State says building on village was an economic 'nightmare' (see village on page 2); Yakama nation disputes draft impact statement for relicensing (see ferc on page 2); Inside.
Page 2: Legends/400 donation proposals were considered (continued from page 1); Reward offered NOAA for information on seal shooting; FERC/Yakama did not sign pact (continued from page 1); Village/State, tribe mediating (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Ceremonial calendar; George: Leadership is opportunity to represent; Hatchery/Tribe's relationship with fish important (continued from page 1); Oklahoma tribe apeals to federal court.
Page 4: Native Northwest; Fish and wildlife plans to raise klamath river suckers; Madras highschool students film stories of sexual abuse; Water groups say judge's decision could hurt pact; Idaho fish managers say chinook run may have peaked; Two sentenced for assualting lapwai, Idaho woman; Cheyennes march against methamphetamine use; Former crow official indicted; Council OKs funds for land deals to help fish in montana; Bair museum to reopen this summer near martinsdale; Judge tells U.S. to start over on upper snake river plan; Rafters, tribe spar rescue nets on lower deschutes.
Page 5: Walking on; Loretta Thompson; Darrin M. Lewis; Leonard C. Vivette; Barbara C. Cloud Heemsah; Margaret Mae Hill; Earl Sean Thomspon; Anotnio J. Gasca; Angel C. Colwash; Fred L. McGhee; Janice Danielle Zack; Museum returning remains to quapaw for reburial; Three teenagers killed in prom-night car crash.
Page 6: Opinion and Commentary; PXWI; Those that protect and serve; Out of our mailbag; Children were denied the right to attend funeral; Law books cost; Further in denial; Icicle feast thanks; I'm from the rez; Sorry for actions; Tough recovery; Miss chemawa; Head start needs.
Page 7: It's but a walk in the dark for shed antler hunters; Colville primary voting certified.
Page 8: People in the news; Delaware speaker motivates tribal students; Fewer that half of students at northern Idaho reservation schools graduate; tribal leaders fear loss of leaders; Business opens, looking to fill Native art and craft void; NIEA president: Cultural identity part of graduation.
Page 9: Young leaders of status perform at world language day event; Native American journalists names student to board; Univesity of Montana earns first student chapter status; Event sought to 'heal children'; Company pays $585,000 to settle warm springs' pollution case.
Page 10: Sports; Athletic trainer studies lands student as intern for the WNBAs phoenix mercury; Native Americans always regarded the water; today it plays a part in health; Legacy begins with boys learning from cowboys; 300 game tops off native american bowling tourney; Future hoops star basketball camp slated for June.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment.
Page 12: Across Native America; National trust: Rush to develop energy leaves resources at risk; Tribal judge's sister, brother-in-lae sentenced in drug case; Tribal leaders meet to discuss Haskell University funding; Tribe files objection to state's denial of tobacco injunction; Seniors want to honor their Native American heritage; Foxwoods sends $16.9M to state from April slots take; FBI: 50 officers shot to death in 2005, among 122 killed; Supreme court rejects cayuga tribal land case; Former white tribal chair placed on probation; Pine Ridge man cited by hazelden foundation; Arnold meets with natives; Senate to consider bill to recognize Hawaiians; Navajo power plant lease OK'd, opponents vow to fight; Fleet of firefighting tankers stands ready in Arizona; Native groups file brief in global warming lawsuit.