Yakama Nation Review, Volume 6, 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: Yakimas adopt new enforcement code, ray belloni approve fish plan, Little named Portland area director
Page 2: What's happening?, Cigarette tax case headed for trial, Rep. McCormack offers drought emergency bill, Livestock bill
Page 3: Irrigation water management meet in toppenish Mar. 22, haskell student slain, Credit office: 'funding low', Tribe uses automation to process per capita
Page 4: Andrus hails fish pact, barlett, hatfield seated, legislative Digest, Council Fire
Page 5: ATNI holding Spokane session, State seeks Boldt ouster, Colvilles get renovation grant, Monmouth powwow slated, Tonasket, trimble endorsed
Page 6: Haskell grads form chapter
Page 7: Water supply picture-it's dismal, Safety Corner
Page 8: Hairdos- and don'ts, Ray Spencer- On a wing and a prayer
Page 9: Ad
Page 10: Senior citizens break ground for complex
Page 11: Ad
Page 12: McCornmack drought bill, Tribal considerations on proposed Satus Creek dam
Page 13: Alcohol, drugs infecting Yakima lives, Mother's tears, Bereavement, Enjoying feast, 'Not forgotten', Sampling
Page 14: indian journalism, Fish plan: some questions, law studies, Hostile voice
Page 15: NW Indian papers, radio probe needs
Page 16: Ella's magic touch of memory, Exhibitors get ready for Speelyi-mi fair, 'Sacred Circles', Pamunkey art, pottery on view
Page 17: The poetry of Earle Thompson, Geiogamah will teach Indian drama at U of W, red Cloud show June 5
Page 18: White Swan Cougars never lost their cool at state, Whitekiller rodeo in White Swan Apr.2-3
Page 19: NIAA in AAU playoffs, Rodeo queen candidates sought, 7th annual golf open mar. 27-28
page 20: 'People input' meetings for general council, grandmother Emma knew last century, Walking on; SPEEDIS, BELLINGER, PAUL, Student World
Page 21: Tribal Police Report
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