Yakama Nation Review, Volume 6, Number 16

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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: Andrus clears hearing, New Senate committee sought by tribes, groups, Meeds introduces fish 'buyout' bill, Dixy takes oath
Page 2: What's Happening, Dixy asks treaties be 'renegotiated'
Page 3: Yakimas to Carter bash, Meeds leaves committee, Mill purchase plans halted, Keeler trial May 3, William Jefferies out; six seek specialist post, New Zealand Journey, Tribal-county cooperation aired
Page 4: Candidates in line for commissioner, Political Affairs Calendar, BIA budget- $842.3 million
Page 5: Quiet Moccasins, Dogs and walkie-talkies
Page 6: Governing Celilo fishing, Indian helping Indian, Portland Area Director candidates, Columbia fishing agreement near, umatilla princesses chosen
Page 7: 19,292 cartons of cigarettes seized in Puyallup raid, Yakima cigarette tax position
Page 8: People and faces of 1976, 1976 - Chronology of the tribal year
Page 9: Ad Hoc Indian affairs committee asked, The senate plan, Lawyers weigh new senate committees
Page 10: Renegotiate the treaties?, Carter's challenge, Ahead for Carter, Ford's last Indian message
Page 11:OUT OF OUR MAILBAG: A remembrance, Learning Yakima , Senate changes ahead, A rock band's lament
Page 12: Andrus' 'feudal kingdom'
Page 13: Ancient dwellers of Eyakema Valley
Page 14: 1855 Yakima map
Page 15: Vacation pocket money, Council Fire, Museum plans face delay
Page 16: Golfers will 'putt' ideas around at Fort, Pool & bowl standings, Rodeo sweetheart, Sonics
Page 17: Warm Springs top teams, Yakima Nation hosts holiday tournament
Page 18: ceramic bowls and lamps emerge from Rena's hands, Red Earth will perform here, march tribal art competition
Page 19: 'New Indians' airs on TV Feb. 15, Larson Gallery contest Jan. 27