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: Special Jurisdiction Issue; Special Supplement Contained in this Issue: No. 77-388 in the Supreme Court of the United States; Senate Indian Committee: Some New Faces in New Places (Cont. on Page 3); Toppenish School set for May 1.
Page 2: What’s Happening: National; Northwest: Yakima Nation; Newsmaker: Miss Tina Spino 1979 YNAIIBT Queen; Trudy Pinkham reigns over WBC; Religious Discrimination Consultation scheduled.
Page 3: at a glance: 'Outstanding Haskell Alumni' sought; Buffy Saint-Marie highlights Ethnic Women's Week; New Faces in New Places (Cont. from page 1).
Page 4: Four Season Travelers' begins March 30; Speelyi-mi Arts & Crafts.
Page 5: The Look of Life.
Page 6: ATNWI to convene April 4 - 6 at Fort Hall; IHS report available; Mrs. Ruth Holmes "Mother of 1979".
Page 7: Advertisement.
Page 8: "Where did all the Indian's rights go?"
Page 9: Advertisement.
Page 10: Perspectives: Indian Civil Rights Act guarantees freedom of the press; Tribal police obligated to protect lives & property.
Page 11: "International Year of the Child".
Page 12: Sports Action: Four new teams in YNAIIB; Smokies take tourney.
Page 13: Yakima Nation hosts smoker; Eagles' tournament in April.
Page 14: Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs.
Page 15: Classified: Jobs; For Sale; Services; Arts and Crafts.
Page 16: Ads: 24th Annual Yakima Nation All-Indian Invitational Basketball Tournament.