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: Pope supports indigenous rights, New economic order in wake of cold war, New retirement plan ahead for employees (YNR), Clinton okays $2,000 exemption for elders, Ginsburg: 'Newest sister in law', Exploring economic growth, Utes of Colorado may take over Animas water project, 'Criticality alarm' jolts sightseers at Hanford
Page 2: After debate voters decide Tribal Council COE suspension resolution was 'illegal' (YNR), COE Probations & Suspensions, YTS applications first before opening, Weaving the threads of healing, Eagle Spirit: weekly planning sessions, New faces in places, Senior powwow, dinner on horizon, Alert for Ahtanum fee land owners
Page 3: Enrollment, not residence, makes voters, Some considerations considerations concerning Privacy Act, Entire council faces recall session
Page 4: Opportunities for scholars, TERO: Commercial drivers, Low aircraft over reservation 'scared the heck out of me'
Page 5: Umatillas circle Oregon Trail wagoneers, Confederated Siletz take option on Toledo sawmill, Ancient Woodinville camp listed on historic register, Interior: Dam must go to restore Elwha salmon, Wayward Kalispel buffalo still out on the town, Sho-Ban Court system revamped after firings, Kennedy forms alliance with Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations, Army consults with council on expansion
Page 6: Nix goes to the mountain to deliver message, Boxing champ visits camp to relate his story (YNR), Boxer an example of Self-Determination, AIDS patient warns Indian youth: 'It can happen to anyone', Doctors confirm one Oregon case of Mystery illness that plagues Navajo, Tribe seeks injunction to bar tax, Huckleberry Report: waiting for 'sunshine' help, New berry picker enters world
Page 7: Leadership earns prestigious honor, Napoleon has no disabilities, Rodeo time-out; Phillips enlists, Trend College trio wins degrees, Craig and Robbins plan September vows in Winter Lodge, Great-grandmother takes the cake, Enrollment climbs as warriors outnumbered maidens (YNR)
Page 8: Parton won spurs for Cowgirl Hall of Fame, Council resolutions cover wide range of Interests from fireworks to law building, Walking On; ODESSA LAVEE RAMOS, BRYSON McNEAL SAMPSON, HARLYN JAMES MINKEY, DUNCAN RAY BROWN
Page 9: Territorial Art Show scheduled, 'Plymouth Rock of Spanish Florida', Ceremonial Calendar
Page 10: The case against Indian mascots, Are tribal employees ' silent majority'?, Child support awareness, Some impressions from the audits
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Ak-Chin, Harrah's plan $24.7 million Phoenix casino, Will Goshute get Tooele Army Depot returned?, 'Native American Barbie' offends San Carlos Apaches, Charges dropped against 10 in 1989 Navajo riot, Apology-but no redress- for Native Hawaiians, Ancient lance points may be 10,500 years old, Former Pres. Carter will build Cheyenne River homes, Haney reelected chief of Seminole Nation, Court denies Tonkawa quest for designation of land, Wis. Oneida elect Debbie Doxtator a chairwoman, Solon accuses Ramapough of secret gaming aims, A rail's eye view"