Yakama Nation Review, Volume 6, Number 17, February 23

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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: Dixy will "cooperate' with Wash. tribes, Drought crisis grows across Yakima Valley, Senate committee members selected, Columbia fish allocations plan unveiled
Page 2: What's Happening?, Old Yakima historical sites selected, BIA education under review
Page 3: Navajo chairman indicted, Interior Office closures, Nacie- deputy countdown, April appropriations hearings, Meeds' minority report
Page 4: Council Fire, Minority journalism workshop in Ellensburg June 20, Three top candidates for Portland office, Legislative Digest
Page 5: Carter visits BIA offices, Chemawa included in probe, Tribal development sessions set
Page 6: Status creek dam study underway, Columbia River Fishermen
Page 7: Columbia fishery management plan
Page 8: 'My daddy don't work like that', Wacanda will market boats in Toppenish, Golf tourney slated, Essay winners, Foreman Harrison 'pinned'
Page 9: peltier support week set in Seattle, Walk in beauty
Page 10: The 36 tribes in Washington state today
Page 11: Conference of Tribal Government
Page 12: Conference on Tribal Government, cont.
Page 13: Conference on Tribal Government, cont.
Page 14: Cautions on theft of valuable items, Between tribes and state, uneven history
Page 15: Meeds 'listens to voices of fanatics', Solving war?, 'A dead horse', Will's fan, Kind Words
Page 16: New IHS Officers, Getting jump on drink problems, Walking On; GLORIA SHILLOW
Page 17: Art doesn't stop at certain age
Page 18: Ad
Page 19: Sagebrush theater drama group in offing, Mar. 1 deadline for Speelyi-mi fair
Page 20: White Swan ground-breaking, Did you claim your prizes at celebration?, Two beauties, Geiogamah play will premiere
Page 21:NIAA Nevada boxing finals, All-Indian invitational set in Wapato Mar. 23, Queen candidates in running, Yakima All-Stars take second, Waiilatpu tourney championships
Page 22: 1977 Calendars, Tribal police Report, police chiefs will gather
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