Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 4

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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: NCAI blasts Carter policy void, 'backlash', Atty. Gen Bell backs Boldt decision, Yakimas ask intervention against Idaho Power Co., Yakima Reservation Closed Areas
Page 2: What's Happening?
Page 3: Yakimas wit drought package, $166 million for CETA tribes, Gipp Hews's education deputy, historical records workshops set, trimble leaving NCAI, Summer's children go by bus
Page 4: No, that's Not a 'secretarial holdup'!, Youngsters romp at Camp reed, Blood: an ounce of prevention....
Page 5: 10 will attend Switzerland's UN hearings, Bellcourt's FBI drama in San Francisco, Stevens will resign, Warm Springs center dedicated
Page 6: Legislature fails to enact Dixy's citizens affairs office, Klamaths receive $18 million in claims, ATNI schedules August session, Stillaguamish face problems over federal recognition, Supreme Court will review jurisdiction
Page 7: Against 'ancient & stale Indian claims', Meeds Report, Maine claims
Page 8: Council Fire, Water Board appointments ahead, Court reform of IRA: 1934-1953
Page 9: A-Frame Bowl, Toppenish powwow
Page 10: Self-Determination Act: How is it working?
Page 11: Inter-American Ecumenical Conference, Ceremonial schedules, Dancing spirit, Retirement, Tribal judiciaries, Gratitude
Page 12: Reunions & beelines, Stahi keeps motors purring, Of truth in advertising, house plants & tennis shoes
Page 13: LaGrande heritage center planned, Heritage caravan journey slated, Oregon arts and games
Page 14: Learning skills of strikes and spares
Page 15: Indian cowboys take honors, Babe Ruth League, Walking On; SMITH, AFTER BUFFALO, SAMPSON
Page 16: Annual Yakima Encampment
Page 17: Ads
Page 18: Classified
Page 19: Classified
Page 20: Classified