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: Office of Indian Affairs & 13 Community Workers Abolished, CODE OF ETHICS NOW IN FORCE WITH ELECTION OF BOARD
Page 2: What's happening?, Fort Wright's Satellite Center announces Undergraduate spring 1981 schedule
Page 3: FREE SCREENINGS AVAILABLE, WEAVING CLASS, FILMS BASED ON BOOKS TO BE SHOWN, REGULATIONS FOR DELAWARE FUNDS PUBLISHED, Fredericks Issues Update report on SCRD
Page 4: COMMISSIONER OF WATER & POWER RESOURCES RESPONDS TO YOST RECOMMENDATIONS
Page 5: Tribal Delegation goes to Washington to attend Inauguration Activities, DO YOU KNOW CPR
Page 6: JANUARY
Page 7: FEBRUARY
Page 8: MARCH
Page 9: APRIL, Mt. St. Helens Named Geological Area
Page 10: MAY
Page 11: JUNE
Page 12: JULY
Page 13: AUGUST
Page 14: SEPTEMBER
Page 15: OCTOBER
Page 16: NOVEMBER
Page 17: DECEMBER
Page 18: Photo Gallery
Page 19: Photo Gallery
Page 20: Photo Gallery
Page 21: Photo Gallery
Page 22: Indian Rights Association Contribute Much , Humanism Defies Man and Denies God...
Page 23: Women Sport Teams Express Feelings, Coming Up- indian Media Conference in Spokane , What Counts is to Finish College?
Page 24: TImber a Renewable Natural Resource, Tournament Talk with Lehigh John, NATIONAL INDIAN ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION
Page 25: WOMEN'S SOFTBALL INVITATIONAL
Page 26: Vincent Lovett- Indian News Notes
Page 27: News Notes cont.
Page 28: Cooperative salmon plan signed for Hood Canal, P.L. Workshops scheduled, Coalition adopts new name, Suit filed against bank
Page 29: Walking On; FRANK, STRONG , HEATH, ARQUETTE
Page 30: Classified
Page 31: Classified
Page 32: Ad