Yakama Nation Review, Volume 6, Number 19

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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: Drought bills move in Olympia, D.C, Tribes assault Andrus' water regs, Emergency livestock feed meet, Smokeshops; A heady history


Page 2: What's happening?, Naming ceremony honors Eagle Seelatsee


Page 3: Cigarette tax decision expected within year, Locke-new NIEA prexy, Sampson, Yallup on bank board


Page 4: Tribal Travels, Legislative Digest




Page 6: Kalispels seeking 8,520 acres, Tribal police log, Nisqually police turnover ordered, Tribes gathering in Olympia, Idaho family planning session, Northwest 'backlash' book


Page 7: Press spotlight shines on Sylvia Gardee, Loose Moose


Page 8: Lloyd Meeds’ assault on tribal sovereignty, cont.


Page 9: Child welfare services probed, Nellie Jackson: job developer, Safety Corner, Carbon monoxide in your car


Page 10: Speelyi-mi panorama of color and culture, Granger arts show slated May 6


Page 11: Colfax wins ribbons 'by the boxful', 'Warriors' premieres in May


Page 12: What the Bicentennial year meant...


Page 13: ... plus look at 'unfinished business'


Page 14: Awaiting a nominee for Assistant Secretary, Dingell's 'state powers' bill, Yakima Water Story


Page 15: Supreme Court & tribal sovereignty, Gardee wins, Carter plan, IHS report, Gratitude, YVC event, Libel and slander


Page 16: Summer engineering study, Oregon Indian educators will form group, Serving Our Country, Indian Child Welfare


Page 17: Toppenish livestock commission purchased, Smokeshop history, Walking On; ANDERSON, HOPTOWIT, WHITE BUFFALO MAN


Page 18: Ad


Page 19: 'Great Plains Indians' sweep tournament, Sports Roundup; Yallup sweeps golf open, Nisqually girls take playoff, annual sports banquet Apr. 13


Page 20: Four chosen to compete for rodeo queen, White Swan Rodeo June 3-5, Gals score beautiful pool, 'Expect the unexpected'- Mesplie


Page 21: Mel heads rodeo group for second year, NIAA national champ playoffs in Minn. Apr. 19, Sports Alert, San Francisco Festival will spotlight Indian films, media, ' Multicultural studies' this summer


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