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: Water filing deadline Dec. 31, General Council rescheduled Jan. 5-6, VIDEO: Yakima 'Smoke Signals', BYU 'Wisdom' segments, Governors weigh Indian policy draft paper
Page 2: What's Happening , BIA shakeup underway
Page 3: Seasonal forestry jobs open, Teaching Indian literature, Indian arts film available, WSU offers Yakima language
Page 4: 'Loyal opposition' gets ready for new recall maneuvers, PFP's 11 questions
Page 5: Business Report
Page 6: MATHESON: 'Looming national debate' over Indian issues
Page 7: NGA's ten steps toward the tribes, YOUNG ELECTED: Indian police assn. formed, Minthorn heads Umatillas again
Page 8: Indian bils decentralized in Congress, 'Backlash' bills forecast for new Congress
Page 9: All about YOU
Page 10: Gerard looking for Indian Commissioner
Page 11: Calendar of Christmas events, Isadore memorial held
Page 12: Oglala Sioux plan TV station, BIA task forces readied, Child abuse projects funded, AFN backs Andrus on lands, Equitable-energy investing ahead?, New 'BIA Western Center'?
Page 13: Tulalip liquor flap, Umatilla Longhouse opens
Page 14: Frank Norwest 'regular guy'
Page 15: Vigil-All-Valley lineman, YNAIIBTA planning detailed, Russ Means at work for Abourezk
Page 16: Gladstone named 'Man of the Year', "Indian cowboys'
Page 17: Best 'Champion Saddle Bronc Rider'
Page 18: An editor's 'farewell', The complexities of leadership, Considering Elders of the Tribe...., ..... AND sa New Child Welfare Act
Page 19: NCAI's Murdock rebukes Carter over water staff, Calling all veterans, Perils of drinking, From the 'Gong Show'?
Page 20: Umatilla Longhouse, Heritage Center
Page 21-23: Classified
Page 24: Ads