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: Grisly Yanommi massacre in Brazil, McDonald okays temporary gas tax injunction, Jim enters plea in eagle feather case, Seminar will probe decades of Yakima treaty period, Intertribal force patrols Arizona border, MacDonald book: Questions linger, Sohappy faces fishing charges.
Page 2: Emigrants and season of treaty, Evans and Gardner will chair Hanford Summit on environmental tasks, Tract D II timber unit unit up for bids, General Council called on petition to recall tribal council members.
Page 3: Credit review begins in October, Heritage College dedication set Sept. 17, New Wapato CSO opens Sept.13, Displaced homemakers: Boost attitudes, BuRec will protect Indian trust assets, Workforce strengthened by 15, Future biologist experience roadblocks (YNR), Fall Chinook forecast: smaller
Page 4: Shining Path blasts Indian town in Peru
Page 5: Grand Ronde, Roberts sign casino pact, Couple forced to Surrender Cherokee foster son Seth, Help ahead in search for ancestors on Oregon Trail, Puyallup leader Conway's 1969 sentence commuted, IHS facing investigation in Shoalwater infant deaths, Swinomish groundbreaking set for $4 million casino, Idaho tribal leaders offer $150,000 in governor's race, Walking On; REGINALD J. BROWN, LEONA M. HOPTOWIT (YOUNG) MARTIN, EMMA ELLEN RADFORD, DONALD E. ""DUCK"" STROM
Page 6: Finleys big part of teams success, Reservation Suns return from Ft. Hall with trophy, Area dancers churn up Sho-Ban powwow dust, Stars & Stripes Vet's softball tournament rescheduled , Yakima officers involved in shoot-out, NIT finals takes 4 games, Taholah outlasts Minnesota, Sixpackers open up in time to take net tourney, Smartlowit 'mature' runner
Page 7: Terrorism 'tryout' next week, Source of deadly disease can be found nationwide, Summer Celebration lists raffle prizes, Special- use salmon supply restocked, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 8: NAFTA imperils lands of Mexico's Indians, Report from COE Chairman Slockish, Dishonoring native history, Hard core drinkers beware
Page 9: Yakima issues for Hanford's future, String of gaffes at Hanford include some epic blunders
Page 10: Artist turned family walls into art, Events set for Archaeology Week, 'Yakima collection' in New York (YNR), Bird's Poetry soars, Photos boon in 'Ghosts Voices'
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Gaming troubles state-tribal relations in New Mexico, Indian coalition, apaches protest MRS at Mescalero, Tribunal: U.S oppressed, Threatened Native Hawaiians, Wind River settlement near in Tribal oil tax lawsuit, Ex-Pleasant Point leader pleads guilty to embezzling, Four Eskimo skeletons return to final home in Greenland, Council member files assault charges against Martin, Move over, Pendleton: Bates enters market with Indian blankets