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; Impeachment resolution; House approves Clinton inquiry (continued on page 5); Hanford's 'hot' harvester ants radiated by garbage; Kennewick man headed for testing in Seattle (continued on page 12); Harsh HUD report prompts Nault ouster (continued on page 3); Super-agency to manage Columbia? (continued on page 2); Makah rekindle tradition of deep sea whaling (continued on page 2); Inside.
Page 2: Super-agency to manage Columbia? (continued from page 1); Makah rekindle whaling (continued from page 1); Registration; Quickly; Eligibility for group health widens; Winter hours at St. Helens; Polish your parenting skills; Commercial driver training resumes; Wildlife folk prepare to gather; Important notice to American Indians.
Page 3: Harsh hud letter; 'Notification of noncompliance'; Casino seeks applicants for posts; Casino seeks applicants for posts; Report prompts Nault ouster (continued from page 1); Seminar will probe media.
Page 4: Hanford contamination incident investigated; Bad news keeps on coming for downwinders; Aryan nations plan March; Racial Melee erupts at Omak high school; Oregon; BPA will purchase power from wind-powered turbines; Gorge Commission votes to include homeowners; Idaho; Batt: Nez Perce, others must settle jurisdiction; Coeur d'Alene basin work model for tribes.
Page 5: Five measures before voters; Clinton inquiry approved (continued from page 1); President's rights during inquiry.
Page 6: White house tribute; Sophie's beadwork mirrors traditions; Float closes season with honors; Holiday dolls needed; Northwest panorama; Ceremonial Calendar; October; Oct. 9-11: Yakama nation Youth powwow; Oct. 9-11: Eagle plume society powwow; Oct. 23-25: 11th annual mid-columbia river celebration; November; Nov. 7-15: 33rd annual veteran's day celebration & powwow; Nov. 11: Veteran's day powwow; Nov.14: Chemawa veterans powwow; Nov. 20-22: 5th annual young nation celebration; Nov. 21: 21st annual siletz restoration powwow; Nov. 26-28: ""Qu Tla Nowit Name En-Chi Tla Mi Yow"".
Page 7: People in the news; An insider's view of a major pageant; Books: The multiple native uses of plants; De Smet successful fundraiser; Inner history of Ojibwe people.
Page 8: Opinion & Commentary; PXWI; Is Yakima nation prepared for Y2k?; Out of our mailbag; Tribal judges face constant scrutiny; Humanity site suffered theft; City skinheads target minority women near YVCC; Keep camp clean (continued on page 9); Voting not discourage, but traditional upbrining still holds.
Page 9: Out of our mailbag: Skinheads harass minority women near YVCC campus (continued from page 8); Eagle spirit: Big thanks to many; Only single or divorced respond; No rehab plan for inmates; Letters to the editor; Walking on; Joseph Jim Presquet St. Martin; Martha Heemsah Rocha; Terence James Rivers; Denise Nanamkin memorial; Card of thanks; Card of thanks; Militarization affects chiapas Indians; Moche soldier's grave unearthed in Peru.
Page 10: Sports; Pair of 12-year-olds make INFR; INFR more than just horses, cows and ropes; Spill-Yi pups set soccer practices; Instant replays; Free youth co-ed basketball tournaments slated; River warriors hosting men's basketball tourney; New walking track at Heritage College dedicated; Groundbreaking starts pathway linking two cities; All-Indian drill team needs boy or girl members.
Page 11: Halloween do's & don’ts; New faces in workforce; George Washington University; In search of native interns; Race: Indians isolated by wall of stereotypes; Chapter I; Chapter II; Chapter III.
Page 12: Weapons depot sites won't make deadlines; Testing for Kennewick man (continued from page 1); First migration theory: Look to sea; Russian, Alaska Aleuts form eco-alliance; BIA will apply court order on fractionated tribal lands.
Page 13: Classified; Board of directors; Commissioner; Permit writer; Executive secretary; Dispatcher/Jailer; Teacher assistant; Cooke aide; Substitute cook; Office assistant III; Fisheries technician II; Diabetes nurse educator; Cook; Heritage college requires adjunct instructors in the following areas; For sale; Lost & found.
Page 14: Across Native America; Southwest; Arizona tribes assert superior groundwater rights; Northern plains; Crow seek smaller portion of coal severance taxes; Southern plains; Mankiller bestows papers to University of Oklahoma; Great lakes; Supreme court to hear Ojibwa treaty rights case; Wadena prison sentence reduced to 33 months; Northeast; Mashantucket supports merger of Pequot factions; Teens weigh sexual assault prevention.