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: CounterOffensive: The spirit of Window Rock, 'No jurisdiction void', Ortega: 10-year minimum in Hansen death, Gerard asks ouster of Portland Solicitor
Page 2: What's Happening?, BIA will lose schools, Timber on sale
Page 3: Columbia search ongoing, Fishermen's loans in mail, Makahs begin oral history, Howard on church board, Cunningham 'Man of Year'
Page 4: BIA-A separate agency?
Page 5: Minnie Yahtin reigns over Celilo feast, Call of the roots
Page 6: The tragic last night of Lucy Hansen, Cousin Sal Cordova 'key witness',
Page 7: Heading for a fall?, Lou Guzzo, NCSIT board member trade views,Satiacum: Arizona spa
Page 8: Denver Tribal Language sessions slated, Newsweek probes 'paleface uprising'
Page 9:Defendant Ortega changed his testimony, cont.
Page 10: Macdonald: The light touch
Page 11: A time for heroes, cont.
Page 12: Buchanan signed treaty Apr. 18,1859
Page 13: Peltier- Reflections on the 'Longest Walk', Toppenish tomorrow, Remembering
Page 14: 'Artists in Action' at Daybreak Star, Spirits, The Star Wart wants you
Page 15: Granger 'first fruits' festival May 5-7, Probing Indian life of today
Page 16: Pendleton takes it all
Page 17: Too late to classify, People
Page 18: Classified
Page 19: Classified
Page 20: Ads