Yakama Nation Review, Volume 37, Number 14, December 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: Trademark lawsuit sent to yakama court (see lawsuit on page 3); 9th circuit allows colville to assert fishing rights; Tribes await bush's approval of veterans' cemetery bill; Seminoles to extend hard rock's gambling, hotels (see hard rock on page 2); Portland area among agencies awarded $7.4 million in grants (see grants on page 2); Indigenous protesters shut down major brazil paper and pulp port (see brazil on page 2); 9th circuit allows colville to assert fishing rights; Panel issues final plan for restoring puget sound; emphasis on run-off (see plan on page 2); Insde.
Page 2: Immunity/Tribal corporations create problems (continued from page 1); Court rejects lawsuit on collecting taxes from Native American retailers; Plan/Restoration of sound could cost $6 billion (continued from page 1); Hard rock/Will grow with tribe; Brazil/Tribes retain their lands (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Ceremonial calendar; U.S. to pay for anti-meth campaign on reservations; Yakama water code series; Purpose of the yakama water code lies in stewardship; Lawsuit/Tribal court first legal forum; Salt river rejects alcohol sales in tribal restaurants.
Page 4: Native Northwest; Agency: Tribal control of bison range was never an opinion; Judge order former tribal chairman to report to prison; Regional jail for spokane and coeur d' alene considered; Plans to serve alcohol not sitting well with everyone; Prosecutors say race factor in marysville shooting death; Drunken argument leads to stabbing death in spokane; Aarp magazine: Blackfeet woman makes world better; Price dispute delays start of washington crab harvest; Ecology upgrades water quality rules.
Page 5: Opinion and commentary; PXWI; The written laws can be misconstrued; heart cannot; We are borrowing resources from the next generation.
Page 6: For publication united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit; A. Intervention (continued on page 7).
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Page 8: Walking on; Apaullo Emerson Martinez; Gerald Thomas Eyle Jr.; Vivian George; Ronald J. Bushman; Leona Starr; Aaron christopher weaselhead; Verile R. Olden; Robert Gunnier Sr.; Peter Eugene Benson; William R. Anderson Jr.; Memorial.
Page 9: People in the news; Tribal attorneys gift $15,000 to students; Bpa announces 'sacred earth' poster, essay contest winners; draws over 100 entries; State ecology revises water quality standards.
Page 10: Sports; Notah to test european tour golf courses; Fargo north graduate lawsuit alleges racial discrimination; Donato gears up to match college level volleyball; Toppenish Jr. high football goes through season undeafeted.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Notices.
Page 12: Across native america; Red lake reservation case never triggered amber alert; Sage leaves tribal liaison position in state of wyoming; Tract of land may be linked to tribe and trail of tears; Tribal police chief honored; Tribal gaming feeds lower than expected by oklahoma; Mel gibson praised for talent search to cast 'apocalypto'; Liquor distributors not liable for drunken friving crash; Ancient skull found; Yellowstone to turn over skull; BIA school could become a wyoming school district; Oneida nation businesses pull in $400 million a year; Remains found near dam.