Yakama Nation Review, Volume 37, Number 13

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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: U.S. supreme court won't review smoke shop raid; U,S, fights tribal lawsuit over handford U.S. failed to assess harm ro resources, yakamas say; Soldier with yakama ties killed in action at baghdad; Mandaree national guard soldier killed in afghanistan firefight (see soldier on page 2); Sgt. Lucas T. White (see white on page 2); Inside.
Page 2: White/Requested burial in arlington (continued from page 1); Soldier/Served with bravery (continued from page 1); Portland clinic extends reaches to native women; Kaufmann/Appeal goes beyond tribal issues (continued from page 1); Seatbelt/New law would apply to all motorists (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Ceremonial calendar; Timentwa, Phillips, adams finish 1-2-3 in golden age; Michigan man donates $1 million to blackfeet school in browning; Nearly 700 mouths are fed through heritage university's outreach work; States ask permission to kill sea lions; Cherised calf killed with four other buffalo in storm; Marijuana found on tohono o'odham; Tribal judge says he won't sign extradition orders.
Page 4: Native Northwest; Judge says feds show indifference to native religion; Man gets life sentence for killing his three children; Former tribal chairman challenges elections results; College president says nickname hurts partnership; Judge dismisses tribal lawsuit; Isleta settlement gets approval from u.s. senate; Girl killed in fire identified; Cherokee nation approves minimum wage hike; House passes trail of tears bill, sending it to president bush; Navajo's president shirley vetoes spending bill; Northern navajo medical center opens aid office; Tribal plant lands contract.
Page 5: People in the news; Yvcc 'hoops it up'; Baca wins people's choice at yakama film festival; Adkins named dshs policy manager in seattle office; Yakama nation wildlife among grant recipients of $250,000; Karen lincoln-michel elected unity president; Cherokee nation names new phoenix editor.
Page 6: Opinion and commentary; PXWI; Out of our mailbag; Tribal presence appreciated at candlelight vigil event; Tribes' gaming success breeds greed among others; Nothing is free; Reopen cold cases; Need GC papers; What's our deficit?; Message received (see message on page 7).
Page 7: Message (continued from page 6); Keep on trucking; Harboring thieves; Seventh generation legacy awards presented in seattle; Code talkers honored in exhibit; delaware leaders body returned to homeland.
Page 8: Walking on; Lucas T. White; Tully Rehouse Nez; Shane Hannigan; Oliver Byron Pimms Sr.; Simeon Eugene Whitney; Ben F. Gallegos; Darlene S. Bill Martinez; Beatrice L. Sockzehigh; Patricia Harris Calliotte; Benny Andrews; Acknowledgment (continued on page 9).
Page 9: (continued from page 8); Acknowledgment; National fire center ceremony remembers fallen firefigthers; Man who says he helped with suicide enters guilty plea.
Page 10: Sports; Running on familiar ground; Friday night lights; Kynr strived to get schools broadcast; Runninf on familiar ground; Tough competition shown in 'Best uv da'rez'; Few hard knocks- sycuans making mark as promoter; After 4 decades, joe sampson will not preside over ynbta group; Sports with lehigh john.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Notices.
Page 12: Across Native America; Federal officials call of search for two missing children on red lake reservation; Work behind schedule on whichita river project; Kickapoos engage in court fight for more water; Tribe seeking land for casino loses at supreme court; Dorgan gets tribal leaders' support as committee chair; Environmentalists protest power plant project; Navajo hospital workers sue over alleged discrimination; Tribe protests water right transfers along Nevada river; Feds fret over high Ute reservation murder rate; Ho-Chunk to offer more bingo machines in madison; Remains unearthed by work on a counry road are reburied; Former rosebud sioux tribe public defender sentenced.