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: Babbitt tells tribes, states to 'deal', Warm Springs cites rights at Lyle Point (YNR), Clinton defends his budget cuts, Rebels' voices cast a spell in Mexico, Micmac warriors occupy school, Tribal Council asked to pen per capita withholding action (YNR), Trujillo confirmation next week, Despite gaming stance, EchoHawk woos tribes
Page 2: Yakama Agency's top Bureau officer delivers report to tribal council, 'Condom sense -it!', 'Recovery' group meeting announced, Elder's Day Dinner set for March 15, Tough to find dropouts at White Swan, Income tax help available at no cost, Poetry contest to award $12,000
Page 3: Who destroyed two scaffolds?
Page 4: Ancient ruins discovered on coast of Mexico, Coeur d'Alene challenge, BIA budget $2.24 billion, Indian bills pending in Olympia (YNR), IHS budget: point by point, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 5: Captive says he's 'treated well', Turmoil spreads across Chiapas, Defense of Indian rights an ancient struggle
Page 6: Judge: Makah get half of halibut catch, Colville's Warbonnet tavern shut for overserving drinkers, Boy,3, dies in fire on Chehalis Reservation, Garcia succeeds Ball in Klamath chairmanship, Cow Creek, Coos, Coquelle: Slimmer funding ahead, Developers restore artifacts to Grand Ronde community, Two trapped Idaho mice carried hantavirus factor, Idaho, Nez Perce will air more state lottery sales, Kootenai: We'll split tax revenues with community, New Coeur d'Alene clinic 'truly comprehensive', Yakama tribal school shares Heritage grant
Page 7: Yakama Tribal School project earns annual national education award, Tulee is justice services director, Boarding School powwow re-run set, Walking on; MYRTLE ROSE "WAMUSS" JIM EYLE , LAWRENCE ROBERT PORTER, AL TRUJILLO MEMORIAL
Page 8: Eagles earn district tournament berth, Sweowat on course to state, Make a Date With Yourself To Stay Fit, National Finals Rodeo driven north for 1994, Ft. Hall returning to defend title, AAU League results announced
Page 9: Walkers report for 100-mile club awards, Williams designs event logo, Yakama students earn YTS awards, Board of Adjustments approves mining operation, Edmo to chair NACIE group
Page 10: Critical health needs of members as important as change of name, Forest plan not confidential?, Limit on right-of-way resales?, Pete: Example and role model, Everybody should repay late loans, About earned income credits, Devouring Yakama news, Scholar's inquiry, Smoke-free ban grows
Page 11: Indian country's top doctor focuses Indian health needs, Walking on; EMERSON BOBB, LEDWENA W. PUYETTE
Page 12: Today's Indian artist assess Columbus, Campbell: A Cheyenne, MacDonald took many trails, Contemporary photographers may show new works during Speelyi-Mi Fair, Poets' Corner
Page 13: Classifieds
Page 14: Ute council offers to lease water to Las Vegas, Secakuku sworn in as Hopi chairman, Navajo judge declares mistrial in ethics case, Methadone residue found in Leroy Jackson's van, Court won't rehear Dakota dinosaur case, Osage voters approve constitutional reforms, Crist, Stop Treaty Abuse lose anti-Indian drive, Stockbridge-Munsee borders 'undiminished,' says judge, Research pushes back first native settlements to as early as 29,000 years