Created:Monday, March 14, 2022 - 15:00
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: Smith Unofficially Nominated to Assistant Secretary; Colville Tribes Get Billion Dollar Deal for Molybdenum Mining.
Page 2: What’s Happening: Former opponent of Indian causes named to Senate Indian Committee.
Page 3: at a glance: Sexual abuse workshops for youth; Summer camp seeks staff; Alcoholism and youth; Nursing scholarship program; Y.V.C.C. 10th Annual Photo Exhibition; Tribal elder and dinner; Speelyi-Mi Indian Arts and Crafts Fair, March 13-15.
Page 4: About TFE 20 Year Plan: "Our Revisions Strengthen the Document by Emphasizing Basin-Wide Restoration".
Page 5: The Division of Planning & Development.
Page 6: Rainer to be honored at climax of Agricultural & Leadership Conference.
Page 7: Sound off by the Yakima Valley Hearing and Speech Center, Inc.; Fish Case: Yakima Nation. V. Secretary of Commerce.
Page 8: Washington Birthday Celebration.
Page 9: Washington Birthday Celebration (Cont.).
Page 10: Sports: Yakima Nation High School Hosts 1st Invitational Tourney.
Page 11: Mt. Adams Tribesmen Memorial All Star.
Page 12: Tournament Talk with Lehigh John: 1981 Y.N.A.I.I.B.T.A. "Teams".
Page 13: Rodeo Clinic to Begin at White Swan Rodeo Grounds; 17th Annual Basketball Tourney.
Page 14: Indian News Notes: BIA embargo on releasing Red Lake Tribal funds is eased; Four named to Indian Education Advisory Council by Carter; President Reagan is Blackfeet Tribal member by adoption, Chairman says; Dakota tribes receive emergency feed grains from agriculture; BIA, Mescalero Apache Tribe hold game managers workshop; Watt plans meeting with tribal leaders to stop oil royalty leakage; Whaling quotas anger Eskimos; two villages got total ban; Bill would forbid use of BIA funds in tribal suits against non-Indians; Watt says Reagan's campaign promises to Indians will be de livered.
Page 15: Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs.
Page 16: Ads.