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: IHS expansion ahead , reservation, urban Indians in new plan (YNR), Yakima gaming option goes before the General Council (YNR), Renegotiating the cleanup of Hanford, Court weighs Ute jurisdiction, Packwood diary battle to court, Lonetree eligible for parole, Clinton signs Catawba settlement, Standoff at Lyle Point continues
Page 2: Notice to all Candidates, Tuition break for out-of-state Indian students, Inouye asks Indian Heritage Month, Talk explores 'Parks and Indians', Indian AIDS cases now 657, Second 'Law Day' set Dec. 30, Hasworth new credit manager, Edmo executive director at NIEA
Page 3: Yakima River steelhead runs: drastic drop, Bonneville chinook up, Nuts & bolts of Clinton plan
Page 4:Luxury homes okayed by Klickitat County
Page 5: HIP funds for Puget Sound 'mismanaged' at Portland level, Jim sentenced in eagle feather case, Grand ROnde hits BIA snag in casino construction plans, Wagon trains fuss and feud, one goes on to coast, Coeur d'Alene wants creditor status in Gulf bankruptcy, native radio station will be broadcaster's laboratory,
Page 6: Valley Youth in last kicks, Washington athletes charged, thrown off teams, nine divisions open in LISTEN Project League, Nez Perce Nation site of numerous basketball tournaments, Employees in get-up, hold fire victim benefits, School official says boy didn't have to cut his hair for sport, The Sports Grapevine.....
Page 7: Indian students will asses career in science fields, Teaching: justin Jacob's dream, Root diggers outnumbered hunters this time (YNR)
Page 8: NAFTA represents threat to constitution in current form, Mountain litter is not traditional, The dangers of diaries, White Swan eyesore cleanup
Page 9: Yanomami massacre cover up, River area students gain natural science experience, Goodluck top student for Sept., Kuneki likes basketball, science, Vivette continues professional service at Be-N-Me Beauty Shop in Zillah, W.S.U. grads Hillman, John wed
Page 10: Heritage shows Mexican oils, Methadone overdose blamed in death, Wapato performers set plans for Florida, YTS tam set for Omak meet, Walking On; GEORGE HARRISON PITT, FLORENCE ""POTCH"" GIBSON, JOHNNY WILLIAM JIM JR., DAN V. BLODGETT, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Crow coal severance tax case headed for April trial, Wind River asks court to dismiss some claims, Filming of 'Lakota Woman' stirs occupation memories, Congress defunds tribal nuclear waste plans, UC Davis forms department of Native American studies, High court will review N.Y. cigarette tax case, Keetoowah Cherokees want land base in Arkansas, House OKs Lumbee bill; Senate action pending