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: Luke completes Basic, “There are many bills to take away your rights”, General Council Notice Page 2: What’s Happening, BIA’s 1983 Appropriation request is $1.05 billion, Reagan requests $613 million for his IHS in FY 1983 Page 3: At a glance, Osborne receives “President’s Eagle Award” Page 4: Fort Wright announces class, Wapato to head CRITFC, “Mini-home Safety Workshop”, Mt. Adams Head Start and Kindergarten complete first year Page 5: Fire escape planning, Harlan “Pete” Wigal retires after 26 years, DWI-Now What? Page 6: Around the Council Fire, Announcements Page 7: “There are many bills to take away your rights” Page 8: Tiinowit Committee seeking Queen Candidates, Report on College visitation to Haskell and Bacone Page 9: Ted Strong declares candidacy, Winter Lodge to house 18th Annual Speelyimi Arts Crafts Fair, Status Dinner Page 10: IHS Budget cont. Page 11: Queen candidates Page 12: Sports Action, Play-off date set, Status wins tourney, Colville to host Finals Page 13: Queen Banquet and Coronation, Lehigh John’s “Sports Replays”, He’s a part-time full-time assistant coach Page 14: Out of our mailbags, Chevron presents gift to NIHB to assist tribes, Interested in pursuing a career in aviation? AIPA can help, smokers please respect the elderly Page 15: Vincent Lovett, Indian News Notes Page 16: Classified, Walking On, Lesora Y. Eli, Earl Wahpat, Willard W. White, William Dave Yocash