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; Clinton and tribal leaders; New directives on economies, education; Legends wins solid footing (continued on page 2); U.S. marshals put squeeze on slots (continued on page 2); New Nisg'a treaty ends '100 years of darkness' (continued on page 4); What future for rock art at the Dalles? (continued on page 2); Tribe set to contract BIA forest operations (continued on page 3); Fear also danger at Umatilla depot (contrinued on page 3); Wilder new IHS director (continued on page 5).
Page 2: Directives: economies, education (continued from page 1); Legends wins solid footing (continued from page 1); U.S. Marshals put squeeze on slots (continued from page 1) Deer named to NIGC; What future for rock art at the dalles? (continued from page 1)
Page 3: Quickly; Perspective rumors awash over contract option; Tribe set to contract BIA forestry (continued from page 1); Depot: fear (continued from page 1).
Page 4: Malheur habitat moves appealed; Commission, treaty tribes will hold Yakima retreat; Nisg'a treaty 'ends darkness'; Senate confirms Richardson at DOE.
Page 5: Native Northwest; Washington; Colville rebuilding wildlife habitat losses; State auctions cigarettes bound for tribal smokeshops; Last Hanford Cold War N Basin reactor deactivated; Oregon; Special election scheduled for post of board treasurer; Idaho; Railroad won't sell rail lines to Idaho tribe; Coeur d'Alene prepares for handover of lake; Nez Perce wants to add off-track betting options; Wilder new director (continued from page 1).
Page 6: Tamastlikt opens: New cultural lodestar ascends; Ceremonial calendar.
Page 7: Enrollment Now 9,106; Young hunters outdistance huckleberry gatherers; People in the news; Greene new Miss eagle spirit; Spencer, Sampson picard scholars; New faces in tribal work force; Natural resources; Suport services.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Salmon and climate; High court delay; At work to settle hunting standoff; Text of executive order; New Clinton directive to reform Native eduaction.
Page 9: Inside the globe of tribal culture; Spirit camp meeting; Walking on; Wesley E. Barr; Don Howtopat; Gregory Stan (Sweowat) Wak Wak; Jason Manuel Albert; Walter P. Ladd; Brady I. Brisbois Sr. memorial.
Page 10: Sports; Yin appreciation day; Employee show off physically on their day; Yakama nation 2nd at Fort hall; Northwest invite reset, team spots still open; Indian national finals rodeo goes on-line; Instant replays.
Page 11: Cultural specialist; Recruiting indicators; Weed technician I; Data systems specialist; Marketing and business associate I; Substance abuse couselor; Office technician IV; Meat processing employees; Chamber of commerce director; White swan ""after school"" program hiring teachers now!; For sale.
Page 12: Across Native America; Northern plains; Oglala council limits access to Sioux ceremonies; Claiborne clothing line has crazy horse label; Far West; United Indian nations plans museum, cultural center; Southwest; Utes want negotations with Amoco on coalbed gas rights; Secatero indicted on four counts of murder; Navajo council delays August primary election; Southern plains; Citizen Potawatomi purchase AM radio station in Shawnee; Two cherokee FBI agents probe Indian country crimes; Great lakes; Second rare white buffalo born in Michigan county; Southeast; Occaneechi recognition decision two months away.