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: Satellite network in 1979?, 'Indian plank' adopted, U.S. -Canada border tribes will confer, Indian majority opposes education transfer
Page 2: What's Happening?, Restaurant complex in Toppenish turned down
Page 3: Sasquatch at Logy Falls?, Sears honors Mt.Adams Furniture, Indian media directory available, Vogel profiles fire season, Permit regs issued for 'Closed Area'
Page 4: Minors' bill moving, say McCormack aides, A summary of appeals court ruling upholding Boldt
Page 5: BIA's Gallegos awaits notification of claims, Education courses offered in summer, Calling all graduates, baby Myra slated for cover
Page 6: Education transfer opposed, cont.
Page 7: 'Black Elk speaks': Losing the west, Wapato Indian club scores
Page 8: Native media growing, Death 'hit list' circulated
Page 9: Minn. tribes start drug treatment center, Ft. Hall reservation closed, Ariz. water negotiations going, Carter Maine bill looms, Yakima paper & Carter pledge, Maine Gov. Longley easing, Justice supports workers rights for alcoholics, Haida canoe to Hawaii
Page 10: Indian film award night on the Bay
Page 11: Festival in'79: Kennedy Center
Page 12: Satellite network in 1979, cont., Restaurant turned down, cont.
Page 13: Clash on objectivity, cont.
Page 14: Heading toward Tiinowit, Treaty Days Rodeo
Page 15: Summer education ahead
Page 16: How others see us: 'On a delicate path', Gerard's dilemma, 'Around a common campfire'
Page 17: Alert concerning herbicides on Indian lands, Competitive readers, Brotherhood in Nevada
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