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: 278 tracts up for bidding, Northwest tribes press Carter: 'Keep BIA intact', Tiinowit opens, U.S.- Canada tribes form border issues group
Page 2: What's Happening?, Audit reveals cigarette carton 'shortfall' at warehouse
Page 3: Mondale backs Indian leaders, Journalism training for six, Tanner in as federal judge, Indian history scholarships, Carter issues policy, Carter text on indian water, Summer GED classes offered
Page 4: NURSES Family's life cycle
Page 5: Skyhorse , MOhawk acquitted
Page 6: COLVILLE 'WALTON CASE': Have non-Indians bought reservation water rights?
Page 7: No Name Creek a legal battleground, cont.
Page 8: Final Colville water arguments June 16, cont.
Page 9: Statewide tribal survival group formed, cont.
Page 10: 'Longest Walk' into Ohio, About food poisoning
Page 11: N.M Demos back Indian rights, Boldt out Phase II, Ruppe -- 'Uphold treaties', Hawaiian comp bill dumped, Eskimos operate own hospital, State courts & Indian water, Problems for Indian tourism, Watergate aided Havasupai, Flood hits Montana Crows, NCAI slates Spokane mid- year session
Page 12: Audrey, Linda top juniors, Walking On; HINES, EYLE, WONG, DOMN QUEZ, ALLEN, GUIE
Page 13: 'Amateur Night' awards
Page 14: STUHLMILLER GUEST EDITORIAL: Was survey rooted in full knowledge?, TOTUS RESPONDS: 'Opinions shaped partly by person's wants', JOHNSON REPLIES: Stuhlmiller 'distressed by positive attitudes'
Page 15: J'Accuse -De La Cruz says NTCA 'dead', W. Germany pen pal
Page 16: Toppenish Indian Village, Powwow & Rodeo June 23-25, Coming June 23: SPECIAL DAY-TO-DAY TREATY COUNCIL DIARIES ISSUE
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