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: 1855 YAKIMA TREATY, 'I can still hear the falls', Carter's new BIA budget $949.8 million, Oliver seeks Indian educators, Police Chief La Mere retires
Page 2: What's Happening?, BPA electric power changing in 1985
Page 3: 'Longest Walk' scheduled from California on Feb. 12, YNAIIBTA tourney Mar. 22-25,
N.M siet for health meet, CERT weighs '78 operations, McCormack contributions $58,473
Page 4: The Falls, “They are always here’, cont.
Page 5: Furniture: 'Each year we gain confidence'
Page 6: NCSIT holds treaty forums, South Sound economic grant, alaska bigfoot?, Tanner nominated, Fish enhancement
Page 7: Next celebration queen?, Hansen death suspect faces trial Mar.20, Traditional rites for Osborne
Page 8: YVC speakers set for Awareness week, Cold care in wintertime
Page 9: Treaty Protection Committee launched
Page 10: Treaty with the Yakima, June 9, 1855
Page 11: Treaty with the Yakima, June 9, 1855, cont.
Page 12: Administrative , Walking On; HERR, MANN, WINNIER, BUCK, BAPTIST, OSBURNE
Page 13: Miller- Watlamet rites, Trans-Pacific tumblers
Page 14: NIFC weighs 'peace plan'
Page 15: Who are real 'civilized people'?, New nation, BYU Indian Week Feb. 12-17, Cartooning, Keeping on, Urban Fellows, Late show
Page 16: Omak takes women's trophy; lil' Brown takes men's
Page 17: A Japan-Valley tangle, Girls Win
Page 18: Classified
Page 19: Classified
Page 20: Classified