Created:Tuesday, March 8, 2022 - 16:00
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: An Indian Prayer; (Photos) Yakima Nation All Indian Invitational Basketball Tournament Champions (Details on Page 20).
Page 2: Census ‘80: Every Yakima needs to be counted; Tribal Chairman urges members to be counted.
Page 3: Officer shot in jail break; at a glance: Input needed on law; Fellowships available.
Page 4: Jaws of Life sought for Toppenish area; EMT support appreciated.
Page 5: For Your Information; Michelle Strom wins title once held by her mother.
Page 6: Speelyi-Mi Arts & Crafts Fair: Speelyi-Mi Arts & Crafts' Winners.
Page 7: Speelyi-Mi Arts & Crafts Fair (Cont.).
Page 8: The Look of Life.
Page 9: The Look of Life (Cont.).
Page 10: History, Jurisdiction, and A Summary of Legislative Activities of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs: Memorandum of the Chairman; Jurisdiction and Rules of the Select Committee on Indian Affairs.
Page 11: Rules of the Select Committee on Indian Affairs (Cont.); Summary of Committee Activities in the 96th Congress.
Page 12: Legislative Activity in the 1st Session of the 96th Congress; Oversight Activities (Cont. on Page 13).
Page 13: Other Activities (Cont. on Page 14); Reauthorization of Public Law 94-437, the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (Cont. from Page 12).
Page 14: Other activities (Cont. from Page 13); Education Publication Cites Indian Dual Rights Claims.
Page 15: American Indian/Eskimo Exposition; Housing Seminar How To's of Home Living.
Page 16: Out of Our Mailbag: Thank you for helping YNAIIBTA success; Wilson Charley speaks on Elders; Totus needs your ideas; "We are all blessed" having known Nathan; Congratulations Maxine.
Page 17: Vincent Lovett Indian News Notes: Tribal chairman's salary subject to federal tax, court rules; Siletz Reservation Bill delayed by Congressman; concerned about fishing rights; Flathead Reservation Indians offered $10 million for pipeline route; Coloradans favor giving land, damages to Ute Tribe; Indian Affairs officials questioned about Indian preference; Thousands stranded by 18 inch mud on Navajo Reservation; Maine tribes vote to accept $81.5 million, but federal agreement is dubious; House rejects settlement proposal for Cayuga land claim; Supreme Court holds Indian lands not subject to 'inverse condemnation'.
Page 18: Indian News Notes (Cont.): New York Congressman says Griffin Bell opposed Indian land claims suits; Oklahoma Indian leaders are critical of Carter Administration; Papagos vote to negotiate water suit settlement; House agrees to extend stature of limitations on Indian claims; Indian actor Jay Silverheels, Tonto in ‘Loner Ranger’ show, is dead; Indian self-determination funding not to be offset against monetary awards made on Indian claims.
Page 19: Sports Action: YIN Boxing Club goes to B.C.
Page 20: Vermillion Takes Championship for Fourth Year.
Page 21: Vermillion Takes Championship for Fourth Year (Cont.); American Indian Student Association 9th Annual Pow-Wow.
Page 22: Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs.
Page 23: Classified: Jobs.
Page 24: Classified: Services; Ads.