Created:Thursday, March 3, 2022 - 16:15
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: Tentative dates set; Hearing held on Code, T-10-61 being strengthened (Cont. on Page 2); The Yakima Indian Nation ambulance made its first trip to its home station on Feb. 12 (photo).
Page 2: White Swan to get Medical Services; Energy monies available; The Census is coming; Chemawa Powwow; More on Code (Cont. from Page 1).
Page 3: at a glance: Dan C. Childers joins Boy Scout Program; Appointment & weeds in the news; Free nutrition program offered; 42nd Annual Washington's Birthday Celebration; Hovis receives appointment.
Page 4: Satus Longhouse Honors James Shuster; "Indian World" - KDNA-FM now broadcasting.
Page 5: Around the Council Fire (Cont. on Page 6).
Page 6: Around the Council Fire cont. (Cont. from Page 5).
Page 7: Out of Our Mailbag: Our Future Generation Need Places to Appreciate; Area Agency on Aging Coverage Appreciated; I'm So Happy to be Alive Today; Left Us Beautiful Glimpses of Life; Children's Day Focus on Native Children; Change in Committee; Spirit.
Page 8: SIMNASHO: Annual Mini-Marathon; 25th Silver Anniversary: Yakima Nation All-Indian Invitational Basketball Tournament; Yakima Indian Nation All Indian Bowling Tournament.
Page 9: Sports: Teams Determined for Y.N.A.I.I.B.T. Play-Offs; Indian Rodeo Association; Yakima Nation Boxing Club.
Page 10: Vincent Lovett Indian News Notes: Alaskan oil wells pumping death by alcohol to Eskimos; Navajo medical student blends tribal heritage with modern medicine; Crow tribal members vote to reject huge coal mining proposal; Censorship of Indian papers more of a “glamour problem”; Gerard tells reporter future looks brighter for Indians; Alaskan villages are running out of heating fuel; Montana Indian water rights ruling will be applied; Judge stops new Alaska off-shore oil leases.
Page 11: Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs.
Page 12: Classified: Services.