Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 10

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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: General Council will debate 8 topics, Jurisdiction, water rights bills advanced by meeds, Prohibit steelhead sales- Cunningham
Page 2: What's Happening?
Page 3: BIA reorganization team forms, Author D'Arcy McNickle dies, Carter on Indian water, Coeur d'Alene celebration set, Navajos trigger meeting opposing 'blacklash' forces, Umatilla elections loom
Page 4: Libel and slander, Counter: sharp eye, sharp mind, People's Petition
Page 5: Who can vote in tribal elections?, people for People: Petition for ' Financial audit' circulated
Page 6: Incumbents Ready...., Harvey Adams, Levi George, Roger Jim, Johnson Meninick
Page 7: ....For Fresh Mandate, Nelson Moses, William Northover, William Yallup, What's required to run for council seats?
Page 8: Challengers bring...., William Charley, Virginia Harrison, Elmer Schuster, Joyce Redthunder
Page 9: ....Force Of New Ideas, Anthony Washines, Clarence Tahkeal, David Sohappy
Page 10: Resolutions define tribal Council power, 1. 1944 Resolution, 2. 1947 Resolution, 3. 1949 Resolution. 4. 1956 Resolution
Page 11: Should 1956 resolution be amended?, 5. Should 1956 resolution
Page 12: Tribal committee system much like Congress
Page 13: Sights on Dedication Day
Page 14: 'Termination with a public relations gloss', Wooing the co-sponsors
Page 15: Columbia fish pact assailed, White House Fellowships, Minority education, News line
Page 16: Friends of lummi nation form 'social responsibility' group, Eskimo whale exemption?, Task force 'fish talks' open
Page 17: NW Indian artist exhibition Nov. 18-20, Artist' booklet pending
Page 18: Calvin Charley designs Yakima Nation flag
Page 19: Junior rodeo champs , National finals opening, Amelia's record runs
Page 20: 'Exceptional year' for Yakima Nation Grid Kids,'Top Three' ready, Walking on; STUBER, CASTILLIJA, PORTER, SKAHAN, KAHCLAMAT, WALSAH
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