Yakama Nation Review, Volume 37, Number 18

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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: 50 years later the only thing falling are tears; the Columbia River buried the Celilo Falls March 10, 1957 (see celilo on page 3); Tribal members angered over mayors comment; Longe endangered steelhead enters irrigation spillway near prosser; U.S. Supreme court won't hear two cobell appeals (see cobell on page 2); Scientists sees bad days ahead for Columbia Gorge air (see gorge on page 2); Inside.
Page 2: Rogers/requested to resign; but stands ground (continue from page 1); Half million goes up in flames at YFP; Gorge/Groups claim air agency doing too little (continued from page 1); Cobell/Plaintiffs failed to show how they would be directly harmed (continued from page 1); Quickly.
Page 3: Ceremonial calendar; Celilo/A great loss to all tribal people (continued from page 1); 'The ghosts of Celilo' premiered in Pendleton; At Celilo, still 'power under the water'; Tribes bless confluence project at Celilo; Navajo supreme court holds hearing at ASU; Man shot by police.
Page 4: Native Northwest; Tribes mourn loss of falls 50 years later (see falls on page 5); Proposed site of new ferry dock has historical tribal tries; Supreme court reverses water rights ruling; Popcorn popper fire destroys part of downtown Pendleton; Scenic byway proposed for southwest Idaho; Oregon plans park near chief old joseph's grave in Oregon; Gov. defends gaming pacts; PacifiCorp finds errors in dam-removal analysis; Preserving language goal of grant program; Men charged with illegal kill.
Page 5: Walking on; Craig L. Howtopat; U.S. Representative Jack Metcalf; Memorial; Acknowledgment; Frederick F. Lane, Sr.; Falls/River is calming, good medicine (continued from page 4); William O. Farber.
Page 6: Opinion and Commentary; PXWI; New vision Celilo; Visit brings history of Celilo Falls to life; Exploring redefinition of news; Out of our mailbag; Celilo says will return - after the final cleansing fire; Trucker trouble; Toppenish leader?; Mayor hurts city (see letters on page 7).
Page 7: Letter/ (continued from page 6); Kempthrone touts Indian initiatives in new budget; Prayer answered; Ambassador call; Celebrating our success and preparing for the future.
Page 8: Sports; Gregg claims Yakama 'big tourney' title; KYNR announces players-of-the-year; WSJRA announces new board/clinic; March mandness native style.
Page 9: Two locals compete, place at state MAT classic; Tribal member focusing to go pro; Instant replays; NABI face changes, Native players to be scouted by NCAA coaches.
Page 10: People in the news; Alaska history in dire need of presevation; NMFA offers free camop to military children; Yakama accepted into UOA graduate school; Clements wins junior miss W.S.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Notices.
Page 12: Across Native America; Navajo president updates tribal council on gaming plans; Tribe planning casino only wants selective partnerships; Six-year sentence dismays victim's family; Woman who fatally shot son guilty of misdemeanor; South Dakota commission endorse new redistricting; Chairman says tribe can't support water project; Tanana chiefs look to fix health clinis's billing woes; Heating money goes to tribe; Report: Too soon to know effect of spring rise on fish; Black congressional leaders question Cherokee vote; New ways to see a wonder: grand Canyon skywalk.