Yakama Nation Review, Volume 2, Number 6, March

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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.
[This paper has potentially been mislabled. Its date of 1971 places it out of sequence with other V2 newspapers. Either the date is incorrect, or the V# is incorrect. As there is already a V2N6 from March of 1972, it is most likely an incorrect V#]
Page 1: 16th Annual Yakima Nation Dance Competition, Return land to Indians’, Tribal chairman testifies at state hearing, Judge Olney comments, Smoke Tax rules rigid
Page 2: Dear Editor, Tribal chairman testifies, Parents warn children, JIM expresses TRUTH, Bruce Appoints Alaskan Director, All-STAR
Page 3: Yakima Nations proud heritage, Yakimas remember??? Our Nation within a nation, Chief Jobe Charley held tight to his Indian traditions, Retrocession problems started June 9, 1855 near Walla Walla, Help Requested
Page 4: Yakima Nation Sports, Pete Shawaway ready for Spring Rodeo Training, Spring means Salmon Fishing and Root digging, “Sportsters to Gardeners”, Environmental Awareness
Page 5: Yakima Indian Nation Sports, Pee Wee Basketball Champs, Papooses Sponsors Tournament, Laconner Tournament, History of Tournament
Page 6: Reservation study shows cattle big investment, Indians Schools Unite, Indian Employment begans for Northwest Hardwood, Queen Bees, Garden Planning
Page 7: Ray James TV Repair Service, Yakima Nation Comply, Yakima Nation Distributes Grants of $50,000, Road Building Yakima, Scarsella Company Employs 5 Indians
Page 8: As Long As the River Shall Flow, Grass Will Grow, The Yakima Reservation- “We Will Not Be Buried Like Celilo”