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: Yakama nation review; Rubin: Sacajawea will grace silver dollar in 2000; Ancient Snoqualmie tools discovered; Kennewick remains study site still unset; Nisga'a land claims treaty almost ready in B.C.; Interior, Yakama oppose Smith hunting package; Judge gives Coeur d'Alene exclusive right and control of third of lake; New world court will prosecute crime of genocide; U.S. abstains (continued on page 4); Honduran Indians begin long trial of columbus; Hanford testing ways to protect groundwater (continued on page 5); Inside.
Page 2: Sacajawea heroic Shoshone teenager; Four navajo shooting victims buried; Quickly.
Page 3: Settle defends hunting rights (continued from page 1); Treaty opponents; Marcos taunts army; Aboriginal voting rights 'mistake'.
Page 4: Old Snoqualmie tools found; Kennewick remains study site unset (continued from page 1); Court to prosecute crime of genocide (continued from page 1; Priscilla: 'makes every moment count'.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washinton; Muckleshoot neighbors doubt impact study; Harrah's agrees to withdraw from upper skagit casino; Oregon; Hannigan praises NPPC screens for John day dam; All Oregon tribes get tuition breaks at state institutions; Idaho; Coeur d'alene renews offer to buy dog racing track; Hanford testing new groundwater measures (continued from page 1); DOE extends Bechtel contract.
Page 6: Youth team of six attends Unity; Yakama juried art exhibit seeks entrants; Books: Cumulative cost of nuclear weapons $5.5 trillion; Art notes.
Page 7: Ceremonial Calendar; People in the news; Foster grandmothers: A special touch; Maldonado wins $1000 scholarship; Nine new faces in work force; Human services; Natural resources; Film, video entries wanted.
Page 8: Opinion & commentary; PXWI; Rep. Smith exploits 'Indian bashing'; Cultural problems at Airway heights; What do you put in pemmican? Councilman corrects headline for COE decision text; Son's testimony about family (continued on page 9).
Page 9: Walking on; Agnes eyle; Mary lou ""Ta-Wa-Wy-Pum' Talpoken; Richard 'Dick' Egbert French; Michael Paul Matson; Manuel Rafael Billy; Celsea E. Umtuch; Memorial; Oliver 'Bosco' Charles; Out of our mailbag: Son portrays family dynamic (continued from page 8); Columbia salmon return powwow slated in Richland; Drawing will set candidate order.
Page 10: Sports; Rodeo clown gives 'em one last laugh; Students may transfer over coaching change; Freshwater ling top fish for Washington sport lake anglers, eaters; Three kid's camps scheduled for summer youth; Instant replays.
Page 11: Classifieds; Employment; Heavy equipment operator I; Office Assistant III; Office technician IV; Substance abuse counselor; Community health aide I; Community counselor I; Marketin and business associate I; Bus driver; Meat processing employment; Maintenance mechanic; Forest fire lookout; Senior producer/director; For sale.
Page 12: Across Native America; Southwest; Navajo council ousts Atcitty, seats Bluehouse; Gila river will renew ancient farming traditions; Northern plains; Education secretary Riler tours Salish Kootenai college; Bridge to be named for Chief standing bear; Southern plains; Plaintiffs add Byrd to wiretap lawsuit; Great lakes; Professor guilty of illegal digging of Indian artifacts; Oneida documents sought in Babbitt investigation; Northeast; St. Regis ready to evict non-Indians from land; Coeur d'Alene regain portion (continued from page 1).