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: Tribes Cite for More Review, Analysis of CHS Report, RETAIL SALES TAX EXEMPTION
Page 2: What’s Happening? , HERITAGE COLLEGE PROGRAM TO EXPAND TO WENATCHEE, YIN SEEKS COMMENTS, Forestry announces road closure program, Navajos reaffirm membership with CERT
Page 3: COLLEGE STUDENT ORIENTATION SET, JASON TULEE- “VALEDICTORIAN”, DENTAL REFERRALS AVAILABLE NOW, NOTICE TO YAKIMA COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN, OBJECTIONS TO & THE BENEFITS OF ZONING
Page 4: EXTENSION SMOKE SIGNALS, UMCP Professor receives grant to study Native Americans
Page 5: Honeywell to recall certain battery-operated smoke detectors, College Incentive Awards held, CANDIDATES WANTED
Page 6: Wenatchee National Forest
Page 7: Senior PAC is a chance to get tough….
Page 8: M-V LEAGUE INCLUDE LOCAL INDIAN YOUTH, Yakima site for annual nationals
Page 9: INDIAN NEWS NOTES
Page 10: The Other Side of the Story, About a Second Miracle
Page 11: That’s the way it is-out here on the rez…… , Walking On; JAMES, AVILES, HEATH, KING
Page 12: CLASSIFIEDS