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: Gerard: insider for Interior asst. secretary, Supreme Court to weigh 'Fish War'?, 'Closed Area' violators to be prosecuted, Reaching the YNR, Tiinowit remembered
Page 2: What's happening?', Yallup, Sampson tribal voice at NCAI meet
Page 3: Chaparral, Valley kids have 'enrichment' ahead, Protect Sasquatch?, Fredericks: associate solicitor
Page 4: Cheyenne River Sioux plan detention facility, Carter requested to break ground for Oglalas' Pya Wiconi Village, Precedent for Ute-Comanche treaty, M& R SALES
Page 5: Osborne retires in Oregon, New Church opens , Planting pheasants in valley, Bingen salmon bake, White Swan pole shop launched, Haskell alumni set Portland meeting
Page 6:new judges for state? Body found in Willamette, Safety Corner, Watch food poisoning, First tribal police, judges and courts
Page 7: Case against social welfare programs
Page 8: Water and 'economic parity' of tribes, About that Asst. Secretary post
Page 9: Combating 'institutional racism', Tourney results, HUD post?, Libel and slander, Castle Rock visitors, About Xat
Page 10: DeEtte, Cecelia represent Yakima Nation, Summer sports in Wapato, Walking On; WYMAN, SOHAPPY, EDWARDIS
Page 11: Yakima Nation Water Code, Reservation water users required to file
Page 12: Yakima Nation Water Code, cont.
Page 13: Yakima Nation Water Code, cont.
Page 14: Yakima Nation Water Code, cont.
Page 15: Ads
Page 16: The Look Of Life
Page 17: Selling crafts- it's an art too!, Tribal arts, American Indian Heritage Society
Page 18: legislative Digest
Page 19: Roping, riding, barrels, wild wild broncs!
Page 20: Tributes, Dancers honored at Tiinowit
Page 21: Ads
Page 22: Classified
Page 23: Classified
Page 24: Classified