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: Council hits firing center plans (YNR), Cultural concerns halt two Hanford projects, Deer attacks IHS cuts as 'outrage', Zapatista talks resume amid hope, Northwest Territories: What's ahead?, Colvilles adopt multi-million settlement, AIROS: Native radio call-in show coming in autumn
Page 2: Hanford exposure area widened, Council confirms executive actions
Page 3: Diners will see historic Celilo, THS elects officers and board members, Tribe assumes repayment plan for headquarters, Team run benefits cancer patients, Heritage auction boost scholarships, Rummage sale will benefit history, Native recovery group sets meetings, Miller reunion will honor elders, Spring stick game tourney slated, Session on vets counseling ahead, Vets AA group meets weekly.
Page 4: Injunction sought against Spokane casino, Fisheries council sharply cuts coastal salmon catch, Bunker Hill damages $2.5 billion says Coeur d'Alene, Lewiston police conducted illegal reservation search, Tribe: Development too large for rural area, Idaho Indians rate legislative session 'zero', Walking on: MICHAEL LOREN MANSFIELD, AGNES WHITEFOOT LORA, ELLEN SALUSKIN MEMORIAL, Yavapai Apache chairwoman McGee dies
Page 5: Outspoken Bishop Ruiz under fire after uprising, Lyle Point in lieu site?
Page 6: Shike bowls 'perfect game' in Yakama classic, Seattle Old Travelers take titles in Greene Memorial Basketball event, School doesn't plan to drop Blackhawks mascot nickname, Spring stick-game event planned, Suns are Wapato Invite runner-up
Page 7: Katie Whitefoot in Swedish hospital in long cancer fight, Community worker Shrode retires, Lowry names Horton to YVCC board, Trip to Russian games
Page 8: Assessing the General Council, Hits delegation of authority, Seeking help on enrollment, Questions about 'drunk tanks', A time to build, General Council wrap up, Media distortions
Page 9: Health Fair plans to market notion of wellness to people, 'Cycle of children having children' (YNR), Task: Surviving alcoholism (YNR), Need for youth hotline, A long road back.
Page 10: Exhibit showcases Yakama artists (YNR), Peltier paintings to be auctioned, Ceremonial Calendar, Police probe burkybile death, Many new fisheries technicians.
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Jimmy, Rasalyn help build homes at cheyenne River, Pueblo SWAT officer killed in shootout, Gastelum reseated at top of Pascua Yaqui council, Lupe wins reelection in 75 percent turnout, Iron Eyes turns 90, Winnebago plan preserve for ancient mounds, Recognition step closer for three Michigan tribes, Pequots donate $25,000 in cash-for-guns program, Tunica-Biloxi, Louisiana locked in sales tax fight, Granite monoliths may alert future generations of Hanford's wastes