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: Laguna's Dr. Trujillo named to head IHS, Deer makes first western swing, 'Bonneville collection' ahead for museum (YNR), Ad valorem case goes back to court on Nov. 15, Council eyes excess lands in Ceded Area (YNR), Hearing will weigh Yakima Basin enhancement, Oregon Trail reprise ends
Page 2: Hearing on rules for judicial conduct, Treaty gatherers don't need permits, Ellen's fine points for wing dresses, Two practice for doctor's office, Costner 'no hero' to some Sioux, Kootenai, Idaho sign gaming pact
Page 3: NW tribes want higher water quality, Bison may find a 'Home on the (Yakima) range' (YNR), Council stamps actions (YNR)
Page 4: Tragedy illumines cultural gap, Boutros- Ghali: Sorrow over slayings
Page 5: Seattle, tribes compete for Navy site, Spokanes plan resort, casino on shore of Lake Roosevelt, Nooksack improve stream for salmon habitat, Complete Indian skeleton found under roots of tree, Chemawa health center wins high commendation, Idaho lacks jurisdiction in tribal reservation citations, Judge puts gag order on Indian adoption case, B.C tribe blocks train line in dispute over fishing, Walking On; EMMA SHERIDAN OLNEY, TYLER SHAWAWAY, ALEX J. JOHNLEY, SR.
Page 6: Groundwork for health, 'Homecoming' set for salmon, Seattle Waterfront activities includes run , Stars & Stripes tournament on tap this weekend, NIHB golf classic set, Its no sweat for fitness
Page 7: Young 'hot' at the Gorge (YNR), Youth of many tribes study life cycle of the salmon, , Thirteen join tribal work force, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 8: Salmon gets same treatment as the Indian, Supporters speak out for Tribal Council, Crew confiscates eagle feather, Feels good about changing life, Insecurities of non-Indians defined, Victory for Crazy Horse
Page 9: Close encounters, Indians traded with emigrants and perceptions began to change, History of Trail: Thumbnail sketch, Jim seeks funds for Georgeville Shaker Church
Page 10: Alexie: 'It's small things that hurt the most', Some oppose transfer of collection, Past Menominee chairman wants to portray Dick Wilson, Volumes give particulars of the collection
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: Mandan takes over Custer battlefield management, Standing Rock purchases Cloverdale food distributor, Cal State must leave site undisturbed until trial, Forth Mojave becomes 12th to sign pact with Arizona, FBI, Navajo police probe shootout; five wounded, N.J company helping Navajo fight hantavirus, White woman dead in Texas sweat lodge ceremony, Pequots open second casino to rhythm of drums, Seneca sue for return of Niagara river site, BIA cites deficiencies in Paugussett recognition bid, Major ancient Coosa site unearthed in Georgia, Justice Dept. seeks to join Chippewa suit against Minnesota