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: 1980 Census Supplementary Questionnaire for American Indians (Reservations and Historic Areas of Oklahoma).
Page 2: What’s Happening: Important Notice: Due to the present weather and existing flood conditions THE MARCH 3, 4, & 5 GENERAL COUNCIL meeting has been CANCELLED until further notice; Speelyi-mi Arts & Crafts Show, March 14 – 16.
Page 3: at a glance: Drug awareness workshop; Senior citizen tax relief; Job corps director named by U.S. Labor Dept.; Photos; Notices.
Page 4: Children's Day focuses on Native American Children; Abel French celebrates #72.
Page 5: Denver March Powwow; Home Safety Corner.
Page 6: The Look of Life.
Page 7: Vincent Lovett Indian News Notes: Tribal witnesses will testify on BIA 1981 Budget; New York Times says Maine claim settlement is near; official disagrees; Indian Olympic champion tells how he did it; Commissioner says funding of water studies a BIA priority; Interior sends negotiating team to work on Red Lake governmental problems; Papagos approaching decision to sue or settle huge water claim; Government paid two yards of broadcloth to singers of Black Hill Surrender; Oklahoma Cherokees will charge fee for use of Arkansas River; Commissioner, Tribal Chairman share panel at Siletz hearing; AAIP programs will help Indian students follow health careers.
Page 8: 1980 Census Mail/non-Mail Areas; How Census ‘80 Will Be Taken.
Page 9: Census ‘80: Overview of the ‘80 Census; 1980 Census for American Indians & Alaskan Natives.
Page 10: Census for American Indians & Alaska Natives (Cont.); History of the Census.
Page 11: Reapportionment after Census likely to shift; History of Census cont. (Cont. from Page 10).
Page 12: '80 Census Focuses on Housing; By the President of the United States of America: A Proclamation.
Page 13: Census will assess demographic trends; Consumer Education on the '80 Census; The following are some of the programs that depend on Census information to guide the allocation of funds to states and local communities......
Page 14: Perspectives: Confidentiality of Census Information.
Page 15: Out of Our Mailbag: Census invaluable to planning & management; Good Work Clyde!
Page 16: Sports: Yakima Indian Nation Recreation Program: All Indian Women’s Invitational Basketball Tournament; YNAIIBT selects Tournament Teams (Cont. on Page 17); Open Buckskin Gloves Tournament; Yakima Nation Recreation Program Schedule of Events.
Page 17: (YNAIIBT selects) Tournament Teams (Cont. from page 16).
Page 18: Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs.
Page 19: Classified: Services; For Sale.
Page 20: Advertisement: 25th Silver Anniversary: Yakima Nation All-Indian Invitational Basketball Tournament.