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: YIN EVALUATES ENTRY INTO LUMBER MARKET, Bill would clarify tax exemption for treaty fishing revenues, Klamaths regain federal recognition , Tribal fisherman surrenders to tribal authorities
Page 2: NCAI THEME IS ""BEYOND SURVIVAL: THE NEXT STEP IS OURS"" IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA SEPT. 22-26, ""...Tribe is not harboring or providing sanctuary...""
Page 3: THIS IS A REPORT FROM THE YIN HAZARDOUS & RADIOACTIVE WASTE COMMITTEE OF THE TRIBAL COUNCIL, TRIBAL COUNCIL SUBMITS RESOLUTION REPORTS
Page 4: Extension Smoke Signals camping safety, FREEZING FOODS, Why Have We Not Done This Before?, Where are our Leaders?
Page 5: Where do thoughts of suicide come from- the answer may surprise you..., urgent action needed to protect Indian Water Rights, ""Thank You"", Alaska's Tundra Times faces financial problems, Navajo students will attend public schools, Indian students selected to attend gifted & talented program, Flathead Irrigation project Office consolidated with agency office, Minnesota Indian is first in state appointed District Court Judge, Indian Science & Engineering Society publishes magazine, BIA supports transfer of land to Santa Ana, Administration opposes amendments to Alaska Native Bill
Page 6: YIN CODE OF ETHICS COMMITTEE REPORT, PROPOSED NEW I.H.S. ELIGIBILITY LAWS
Page 7: Navajo paper urges outside ""support groups"" to go save whales, Financial aid available at the University of California at Berkeley for Indians, Tribal Summer Youth Employment Program heralds award winners, Tribal jurisdiction challenged, Walking On; ROSE JACK, CHRISTOPHER MARTINEZ, WILLIAM METSKER JR.
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