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: LANDOWNERS BEWARE, JUDGEMENT HEARING HELD, AINB hosts NW tribes, Cattlemen's Convention news
Page 2: What’s Happening?, AINB Nine Months Earnings Set New Records, AINB Reaches out to NW Tribes
Page 3: “YEAR OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN”, WE NEED VOLUNTEERS, CONGRESSIONAL AWARDS BANQUET, STUDENTS STILL BEING ACCEPTED, OFFICES CLOSED NOVEMBER 26 & 27, FILING FOR UNEMPLOYMENT, Surveying by the Branch of Forestry
Page 4: MEET THE INCUMBENTS; Anthony Washines, Johnson Meninick, Roger Jim
Page 5: Harvey Adams, Levi George, Nelson Moses
Page 6: MEET THE CANDIDATES; Duncan Brown, William Yallup, Rudy Saluskin, Sr.
Page 7: Reginald Tulee, Lester Charley
Page 8: SECOND ANNUAL NEW YEARS EVE SOBER SOCIAL EVENT ANNOUNCED
Page 9: Rayma Comeout seeks assistance for education, Anita Vigil headed to FFA Nationals, AWARDS NOMINATION DEADLINE, McCORKLE RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP, NEWS ASB OFFICERS
Page 10: Maurice Helland’s “There Were Giants”, Information on Stewart sought
Page 11: Consumers beware of carbon monoxide poisonous gas, Brakes Are Bad When….
Page 12: INDIAN NEWS NOTES
Page 13: VETERANS DAY CELEBRATION RESULTS
Page 14: EDUCATION FAIR
Page 15: Washines, cont. from page 4
Page 16: Deanna Maldonado’s Goal is compete in Olympics, YNAIIBTA holds elections
Page 17: Recreation schedule, Women’s Basketball, Reservation League, City League Basketball, LeHIGH JOHN’s “SPORTS REPLAYS”
Page 18: Walking On; UMTUCH, STARR, SWEAWAT
Page 19: Classified
Page 20: Ad