Created:Monday, March 16, 2020 - 13:30
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: What do state's citizens really think about Indians?, Indians not 'favored citizens', But treaties are 'confusing'; mood growing to 'renegotiate', Leaders, citizens, Yakima County polled in three surveys
Page 2: What's Happening?, Yakima tribal school ahead?
Page 3: Tribal lawsuits data requested, 'Do people sell that stuff?'
Page 4: Top tribal issues
Page 5: Public support lacking for 'backlash bills'
Page 6: what people really think-, 10 representative citizens, 1. History, 2. Future, 3. Well-being, 4. issues, 5.Treaties
Page 7: 6. jurisdiction, 7. Rights
Page 8: Critique with recommendations for tribes
Page 9: The 36 tribes in Washington state today
Page 10: Wash. students call for treaty abrogation
Page 11: 'Negotiate Fish War by May 1- or.....', 3 tribal fishermen missing
Page 12: She was 'Grandma Lucy' to everybody
Page 13: Gomez trucksite under review, Indian Childhood center proposed, Black Hills claims enhanced, Energy holdings of the tribes, Seminole smokeshops tax-free, Of news & 'Native Americans'. Annual Indian report looming?, Oklahoma laws don't apply, 'Not much....but too much', Decision causing 'jurisdiction void', Development impact' session set, Building new public schools
Page 14: The challenge of the surveys, Hazel Miller: Memory of first encounter
Page 15: 'Sayonara' to treaty rights?, Contacts, The Abourezk-Andrus letters on the Gerard affair
Page 16: McCormack: end tobacco subsidy
Page 17: $300,000 available, Indian poetry wanted, Heritage center bids open, Spokane 'Exchange'
Page 18: Great Plains Indians-tops again
Page 19: Who will reign over Celilo event?, Yakima Valley team roping champion
Page 20: Ads
Page 21-24: Classified