Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 8

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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: Non-Indian coalition forms to back treaties, gerard confirmed, 22 forestry slots opening, Cunningham, Meeds have bills to abrogate treaties, restrict tribal jurisdiction, Cunningham's proposal ends treaty era, Meeds plan will limit sovereignty
Page 2: What's Happening?, Water code filings stir mixed reactions
Page 3: Eli death under investigation, Gerard's selections slim?, NW Indian educators to meet, Fire restrictions eased, Dallesport fishing in peril?
Page 4: Roger Jim to head ATNI
Page 5: 'Conflict' probe pending, ICERR's Mettler involved in Puyallup suit
Page 6: MOD's Atty. Ingraham wants Congress to curb tribal jurisdiction powers; 2. Montana
Page 7: NCAI elections, backlash will dominate convention, Who will succeed Nellie this year as Miss NCAI? Line of leaders
Page 8: Early Wishcum memories fishing on Columbia, How tribal courts perform in the 1970s
Page 9: Gerard's 'package' of plans for the BIA, 'Two-deputy concept,' reorganization loom
Page 10: Kathy James Festival queen
Page 11: Andrus revamps Interior, lifts Indian powers, 'Restoration,' recognition' drafts circulated by Sen. Abourezk
Page 12: Indian ideas abound over Panama Treaty, Andrus on water study
Page 13: Probing 'philanthropy picture' , Sharing Sheridan, Wyo., on PNIC, ODDS & ends, Just as smart..., In defense of tribal police, Launching
Page 14: ‘Most critical era since the Indian wars’, cont., Yakima Water Code filings, cont.
Page 15: Dancing in Sweden, White Swan wedding
Page 16: Daybreak Star honors artistry of NW tribes, Artists' entry rules for Central Washington Fair
Page 17: Brando launches joint U.S.- Canada Indian TV series, Writers' workshops set in West, Probing Northern Plains art
Page 18: Umatilla Indians sweep 'Scalpers', Workouts for football, Indians between Cowboys, Reds
Page 19: Indian Hall of fame, Tulsa rodeo, trade fair set
Page 20: TEXT: Cunningham treaty abrogation bill
Page 21: Counter- force coalition now backs treaties, Walking On; ELI, SHILLOW, SMARTLOWIT, CHELLY, LUKE, JOHNSON, CAMARENA
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