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: Major new joint effort in Potato Hill survey, Voters face thorny legal issues to end council-ethics board feud, $7.2 million for South McCreedy unit (YNR), At Navajo 'mystery virus' fading, clinton defend policy on gays in the military, Council to reorganize, Works of major Indian writers sweeping the country, Finally, myth 'noble savage' swept off the map
Page 2: motorcade kicks off 'Night Out' (YNR), Exploring the Clinton policy, ACLU, Lambda sue over Clinton plan
Page 3: Powwow, dinner set for seniors, Fairchild crew deployed to Bosnia, Wagon train meets Wind River, FmHA rural grant funds available, Prepare to welcome Indian educators, Fort Sill alumni reunion Sept. 17-18, date with international buyers, YVCC hosting exhibitor meet, California auto machinist dials H-O-M-E (YNR)
Page 4: Tribal Council resolution, General Council opinion, Ethics Board suspensions, Chronology, Privacy protections, Zah blasts loans to officials, Two adults available to members
Page 5: Political environment of 1979 prompted making 'some rules for the rulemakers' (YNR), Chain of teams on ethics board (YNR), New faces in ne places
Page 6: Softball, summer rained out, Lummi takes tournament 4th year running, Record salmon run misses projected mark, 'Sportsmanship name of game' for youth tourney, Navajos at A.A.U Nationals, Real rodeo's not for the brittle, faint-hearted
Page 7: Circle Inn earns national tourney trip, Yakimas make up team that will be one of 391 in Las Vegas (YNR), Keno Colby White wins medals at karate invite, Kreis powerlifting champ at regionals, Employees to gather Aug.12, Trujillo inducted into hall of fame, Choice of schools early concern for athlete's parents (YNR), Idaho site for N.I.T., Ft. Hall slates August co-ed basketball tournament, Vet's softball tourney slated, Wapato co-ed league forming, Bowling league open in refurbished Toppenish Lanes
Page 8: Wright gets death in Warm Springs slayings, Laura Wilbur of Swinomish feted for long service, Park Service acts to save Buffalo Eddy rock art, Suit stalls Nez Perce lottery proceeds proposal, Sho-Ban: Multi-million blue jeans plant ahead?, Coeur d'Alene fights pollution of two creeks, Toppenish powwow, royalty results and 'best tepee', Walking On; JOANNA MARIE FRANK, WILMA SAM GOMEZ
Page 9: Elaine started acting in childhood to hide the hurt, but she likes to talk, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 10: Clinton clemency for Peltier?, Forgetting four lessons of the Creator, White Swan reunion- after 30 years, A proclamation
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Ex-Chairman Haskie indicted on misuse of funds, San Carlos, Gila River barber over water rights, Iron Eyes Cody divorces wife of 15 months, Osage take first steps in government reform, Archaeologist's argument rejected in theft case, Oneidas open New York's first legal casino, Monacans use powwow profits to buy homeland, Indigenous people's summit marks AIM's 25 activist years"