Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 7

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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: The interstate tapes, Native peoples gathering in Sweden, Tribe names water Board members, Spokane museum stirs hot Indian criticism
Page 2: What's Happening?, Town House meet pushes ethics code
Page 3: Pending Senate faceoff, Dedication Oct.7; others move, Ancient Makah fishnet found, Tribal-federal dialogue slated, 'No' to bigfoot hunter, geologist
Page 4: Fibertech resumes work, 'Hoot Owl' schedule set
Page 5: States 'planning Indians out of existence', SF workshop will explore welfare of Indian children, September hearings before U.S. Congress, Stevens leaves Senate staff Sept. 16
Page 6: Police win top rating, Walking on; STWELL, HOLMES, PEARNE,YALLUP, GOPHER, PAUL, BLODGETT
Page 7: College idea grows, Teton enters Idaho ballot, Chemawa school plans uncertain, tribal judiciaries, Civil 7 criminal jurisdiction of tribal courts
Page 8: Learning to talk to the fire
Page 9: If that doesn't take the cake....., Loose Moose
Page 10: Chaparral: A rich harvest of memory for children of all ages
Page 11: Floodtide of summer
Page 12: Interstate Tapes reveal confused citizenry bent on tribal termination, 1. Washington
Page 13: The Interstate Tapes
Page 14: The November elections and political history of Yakimas, Reasoning of water lawsuit
Page 15: Columbia fish pact considerations, Backlash reactions, Turbulence, AIPRC reforms, The tribute, YNR Forum
Page 16: College diploma and a pair of moccasins, What are your ideas?, School registration dates set, Home Sanitation Facilities Notice
Page 17: Auto death suit filed against tribe
Page 18: Top cowboys compete in Albuquerque, yakima 'Trotter Training Camp', 'Meda's grandchildren' win at state tourney, Oregon Indian Olympics Aug. 24-28
Page 19: Tribal Police Log, two sentenced on embezzlement, Dedication set, Teeing off with Curl
Page 20: 'Echo Hawk' launched in Chicago, On TV: 'Heritage,' 'Oregon trail'
Page 21: ‘Mink coat management’: today’s thrust
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