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: State Fisheries Compact Adopt Winter Season; New Miss Yakima Nation XI.
Page 2: What’s Happening: Washington Birthday Committee Seek Queen Candidates; “Enriched Living”; Tax Return Assistance.
Page 3: at a glance: Theatre announces appointment; New benefits for World War I veterans; Veterans Office extends service area; Toppenish Eagles Site for CPR training; Story time for toddlers; Snow spree - cross-country ski; Rev. Martin speaks on Alcoholism.
Page 4: Federal Government Mismanagement of Tribal Funds; Children's Dental Health Poster Contest.
Page 5: Perspectives: Interim Final and Proposed Federal Rules for PL 96-272 the Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980: Indian Review & Comment Needed (Cont. on Page 6).
Page 6: Indian Review (Cont. from Page 5) (Cont. on Page 7).
Page 7: Indian Review (Cont. from Page 6) (Cont. on Page 8).
Page 8: Comment Needed (Cont. from Page 7) (Cont. on Page 9).
Page 9: Comment Needed (Cont. from Page 8) (Cont. on Page 10).
Page 10: review (Cont. from page 9) (Cont. on Page 11).
Page 11: review (Cont. from page 10) (Cont. on Page 12).
Page 12: The Look of life.
Page 13: The Look of Life.
Page 14: comment (Cont. from Page 11) (Cont. on Page 15).
Page 15: comment (Cont. from Page 14) (Cont. on Page 16).
Page 16: needed (Cont. from Page 15) (Cont. on Page 17).
Page 17: review (Cont. from Page 16) (Cont. on Page 18).
Page 18: review (Cont. from Page 17).
Page 19: Sports: Eugene Emerald Senior Championships; Warm Springs Indian Boxing Tournament.
Page 20: "Bloodrunners Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournament Results".
Page 21: "Bloodrunners Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournament Results"; Oklahoma National Men's Basketball Tournament; Tournament Talk with Lehigh John.
Page 22: Vincent Lovett Indian News Notes: Four Indian organizations testify, Committee confirms Watt; BIA publishes regulations on tribal water codes, reservation businesses and tribal constitutions; New members of senate Indian affairs committee are named; President's 1982 budget request includes $1.055 billion for BIA; Federal recognition of Tunica-Biloxi Indian Tribe is proposed; Fredericks sworn in as Assistant Secretary under a recess appointment.
Page 23: Walking on: Sandra V. Temens Saluskin; Dorothy Speedis George; Gary Byron Frank; Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs.
Page 24: Classified: For Sale; Special Notice.