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.
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Page 1: Yakamas file water remodification suit, Fire closures approved, Jurisdiction in offing, For Indian Projects: BIA completes drought guidelines
Page 2: What’s Happening, Quotable, Northwest, Newsmaker, International, National, Yakima Nation, Water code sets use filing deadline Dec. 31
Page 3: Trash service begins, At a Glance: NTCA gathers in Atlanta, NACIE nominations sought, MacDonald trial underway, Tribal Police Log
Page 4: Around the Council Fire, Appeal Filed: State ‘unconstitutional’ on jurisdiction issue, Ohms missing, Walking On
Page 5: Northwest Outlook: Heckman new NIFC director, Colvilles ponder open pit mine, Tulalip growth policy, Noo-Wha-Ha seek federal recognition
Page 6: Quiet Moccasins, Serenading the ladies on Mothers’ Day
Page 7: Timeless salmon feast at Celilo, Safety Corner, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 8: Water History: Yakimas diverted Ahtanum Creek in 1852, Tribal lawsuit over water cont., BIA drought guidelines cont.
Page 9: Across Indian America, Abourezk submits AIPRC report to Congress, Water drawdown affects Colvilles, State education nominees sought, Tribal control for food stamps?
Page 10: Community Wraparound, Seafoods waterworks OKed, Sesame Street on ice in Seattle, Lamebull chosen for YCC Summer, Fingerling salmon ‘strained’ for overland truck journey, Michigan, UO study for Sophie Hoptowit, Yakima kids to attend Camp Reed
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Page 12: Minority Report: Meeds blasts tribal powers....
Page 13: ...jurisdiction over non-Indians, states
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Page 15: Legislative Digest: Indian Legislation before the U.S. Congress, Augustine’s been nurse ‘all my life, I think’ , Senate select Indian affairs committee staffed
Page 16: Perspectives: Totus on jurisdiction, Review marks seventh, Water code requires filing cont.
Page 17: Out of Our Mailbag: Questioning the ‘glory’ of Abraham Lincoln, CETA funds, Thanks to special folks, At McNeil, Visitors, Libel and Slander
Page 18: Jerry Lewis: A modest magnificence, Tribal Arts: Ceramics sale May 18-19, Making Indian fil cartoon
Page 19: Kansas City drums, Sagebrush Associates seek volunteer dancers, drummers, Warriors’ premiere in August, Satus dance winners, Student World
Page 20: Youth Activities: Crew builds grandstand for summer play, Four win medals in ‘wrestle-offs’
Page 21: Chuck’s Reserve Grand Champion, Youth activities set for summer fun
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