Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 16

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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: Toppenish Tomorrow, Backlash session scheduled in Arizona, Tribal budget review looming, Timber units up for bids, Management training open for Indians
Page 2: What's Happening?, Mesplie, Edmo named
Page 3: High court limits powers, Should Gerard resign?, Court summary of jurisdiction decision, Marshall- Burger dissent, Nurse Kay Marsh retiring, Community health dialogs set, New Glenwood building ahead
Page 4: Dedication of new homes, Hansen death trial Apr. 3, One way to save on those high automotive repair cost
Page 5: Indian News Notes, 'Nation' analyzes backlash climate, Duck Valley report due, Navajo dream or nightmare?, Bank scoffs at Maine claims, Senate Indian committee backed, Santiago gets HUD post, Negotiating for Arizona water, Uncertainty over Mashpee case, New princess at UW events
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Page 9: Planning the tomorrows for Toppenish, Those 12 citizen planners
Page 10: Community concerns in 11 major areas
Page 11: Community concerns in 11 major areas, cont.
Page 12: Senator to Attorney General: 'Clarify trust responsibility', Text of Cowlitz bill, Dump 'dump-Boldt' members?
Page 13: Listening to the voices of Celilo Village, Take a hand, About 'equal citizenship', Native media sources, Biz bustle, How about the students?
Page 14: A harvest of beauty
Page 15: Beauty Babies
Page 16: Summer of 1933, Peewee- Junior playoffs, Cobras tourney host team for YNAIIBTA Mar. 22-25
Page 17:Peewee- Junior playoffs, cont.
Page 18: Handicapped Indian kids: a close look, Walking on; ALLISON, THOMPSON, TIAMAKMAK, UMTUCH
Page 19: Classified
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