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: D.A. once accused State officials of changing records, Officials express concern, BIA request $948 million for 1980.
Page 2: What's Happening?, National Congress of American Indians News, Where's Indian Representation in Congress?, Legislation for 1979- Synopsis & Prognosis.
Page 3: At a glance; Secretary seeks review, Dr. Blue Spruce appointed,Celebration events scheduled, Queen Candidates wanted.
Page 4: Tony Washines views year as "Rewarding".
Page 5: An Exclusive Interview with Mary Settler.
Page 6: Wexler's statement., Indian Education Panel addresses NCAI on Education.
Page 7: ICERR Watchdogs meet formally with NCAI.
Page 8: The look of life.
Page 9: Indian News Notes ; BIA Fiscal '80 Budget , Hearings scheduled on BIA Budget, Slade Gorton interprets ruling , Commissioner issues warming, Andrus advocates Indian Water Rights, House Committee votes against Indian Subcommittee.
Page 10: Andrus on Indian affairs, Interview:.
Page 11: Charismatic ... best way to describe Andrus , Minors' Judgement Funds Regulations issued.
Page 12: Puyallup tribe battles City of Tacoma , Tribes argue Boldt Decision "final".
Page 13: Jurisdiction issue cause for concern.
Page 14: What is a treaty?, Input needed on Indian Religion.
Page 15: YNAIIBT awards scholarships.
Page 16: Yakima Nation Men's -Women's tourney held.
Page 17: Squatter's rights takes precedence over imminent domain, Coverage appreciated, Thank you, Deloria to speak, Emergency Fish meeting called.
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