Yakama Nation Review, Volume 6, Number 17, February 4

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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: Celilo today, Treaty - making, White House Indian affairs aides installed, Meeds fish ‘buyout’ bill blasted by Teo, Celebrations coming up, Tribes will launch trash collection service
Page 2: What’s Happening, Recollections of the ‘people’s party’
Page 3: Congressional Change: It’s Abourezk in Senate, Roncalio in House posts, at a glance, Dixy, tribes will meet, BIA area directors named, New AIPRC deadline asked, Carter’s budge review
Page 4: What Meeds’ ‘buyout’ bill offers, White House specialists, Walk in beauty
Page 5: Forum, Pushapmi Stories,
Page 6: Yakima cultural heritage center may be near, Around the Council Fire, Siletz story - a movie, White House
Page 7: Students form statewide union, YVC sets ‘Indian Week’, Sampson named
Page 8: Quiet Moccasins, ‘The King is coming’, Loose Moose
Page 9: northwest outlook, Teo blasts Meeds fish bill, Umatillas seeking jurisdiction, Fish season opens Feb. 1, Fisherman to meet Feb. 19
Page 10: A history of Washington celebration, Around the home, The Surprise Lunchbox, Pants - Perfect and Painless, Mobile Home Living - Is it for you? Walking on: Gloria G. Shilow
Page 11: Celilo: Yesterday and today
Page 12: Ad
Page 13: Columbia River intertribal fish commission launched, NW Indian media to meet, Kahclamat offers safety advice, JOM session, Hoptowit named comission, Fisherman meet Feb. 19
Page 14: Tana’s yarn magic, ‘Smile-you’re on TV!”, Artists will show works in complex, ‘New Indians’ Feb. 15
Page 15: Speelyi-mi arts fair in Yakima Mar. 11-13, Poetry
Page 16: Books, Private Kelly’s diary recounts post-treaty inland Yakima War
Page 17: Treaty - making at Old Fort Walla Walla, 1855 Yakima Treaty Provisions
Page 18: Perspectives, The Carter crowd takes over
Page 19: Out of Our Mailbag, Recognize treaties as ‘binding’, Girl Scouts active, Bulletin discontinued, Gratitude, For students, BYU Indian Week
Page 20: Wilson Charley’s active life 75 years full, Sports, Tournament assn. needs hosts and candidate, Wrestler of the week, League standings
Page 21: Sports Action, Jack’s Place going to Lapwai, Old Timers tourney, Strikes, spares and gutter balls, Tribal Police Report
Page 22: ‘One nation under the name of Yakima’, Celilo, 1855 Yakima Map
Page 23: Classified
Page 24: Classified