Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 15

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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: Council highlights treaty during Cunningham visit, Commissioner slot to be restored?, TOBACCO Court upholds Yakima Nation
Page 2: What's Happening?, 'Peace Plan' proposals
Page 3: Columbia winter season open, Gerard names Seneca, Rowan, Two in Oglala runoff, New Indian fishing newsletter, Indian Commissioner post coming back to BIA?, Hearing voices of handicapped
Page 4: resource issue forces cooperation, Carbon monoxide checks
Page 5: Treaty Quiz
Page 6: NW women organizing , longest Walk marchers out across Utah
Page 7: Independent Shaker Church and how division occurred, methodist Board annual events
Page 8: Yakima Nation Cigarette Ordinance
Page 9: Fishermen's loan plan affects Yakimas, Be 'on alert' for sturgeon tags
page 10: New homes, tribal jurisdiction goes before Supreme Court
Page 11: What 'treaty abrogation' really signifies, Backlash issue, Hozhoni Days, Powhatan word, Two Poems, "Prison", "Beautiful Lady"
Page 12: Add-on budget OK: $823,892, Magnuson: Abrogate treaties one by one, Walking On; WASHSISE, WHITE, PHILLIPS, HORNEY, FIANDER, HOPTOWIT, ELWELL, STRONG
Page 13: Chemawa marks new building starts, Indian News Notes, duck Valley situation probed, NACo hears Gerard, gerard submits water report, Kennedy backs health act, Navajos impose possessory tax, Columnist assails tribalism, 'Docile cooperation' in Ariz.?, Battle over Crow coal, Disenfranchising Indian voters
Page 14: Six candidates run for tournament queen, Boxoff
Page 15: Rodeo queen tryouts, Tia-Ma-Wal-Lat-Tit tourney, bigfoot Braves, Cowboys tangle
Page 16: speelyi-mi fair Mar. 10-12 in Yakima center, Seattle Indian art mart, Wash. Indian art association forms
Page 17: Minority broadcast ownership backed, red Cloud show starts June 11, April satellite telecast set in Indian country, Drama's back at arts institute
Page 18-20: Classified