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: Oregon OKs Willamette dip nets, Clinton's close encounters, Olney leads exodus of 18 early retirees (YNR), Camacho, Zapatistas open new round of talks, Gaming: Trail of careful decisions, Warm Springs voters will vote on enterprise, BIA trust funds audit finds continuing flaws in accounts
Page 2: Nez Perce War descendants to gather for memorial ride, Westerman's YVCC show May 21, Special elections across county, Youth Info Network session set, 'Today We Learn, Tomorrow We Teach', Heritage College to offer SPLASH!
Page 3: Chickasaw official selected to fill Indian housing post, Drummer guilty of breaking anti-noise law
Page 4: Clinton Orders: Relations with Indian tribes, Religious use of eagle feathers
Page 5: Shellfish pact reached on health issues, Cow Creek gaming center taps river of cars, trucks, Coquille, Bandon clash over proposed retirement home, Salmon River battle on over treaty fishing rights, INEL excavation seeks ancients Sho-Ban burial site
Page 6: Some schools retain their nicknames despite protest, Wapato/ Toppenish league deadline extended, Deaf ballplayer inspires hard-of-hearing people
Page 7: CERT dinner will honor actor Wes Studi, John, Lucei hired as health aides, White Swan parade set, Education council wants 'Indian' definition in Indian Education Act to reflect tribal authority, Germaine Louis area winner
Page 8: Well done, Mr. President, Democracy and the shaker Church,'Incompetence of genocidal agencies', Fishery closures: A negative perspective on the salmon crisis
Page 9: Walking on: REBECCA CHRISTINE BURKYBILE, BERT C. "JACK" ROBBINS, ALLYSON M. CULTEE, KYLIE ANNE LADDROUT, SADIE TELEKISH LONG, ELIZABETH GEORGE YALLUP, JESS THOMAS GOUDY, MAY ROSALIE BROWN ANDERSON, CECIL N. WESLEY SR. MEMORIAL, Atty. Paul fought long for Native rights
Page 10: They will perform at Disney World, Jiminez edits "Eagle's Eye' at Heritage College, Freelance writers sought for biographical essays, Poets corner: HONORING OUR TRIBAL LEADERS IN THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE, Ceremonial Calendar
Page 11: Classifieds
Page 12: New national resource center for Indian elder issues, Pueblos claim plague of cancer near Los Alamos, Navajo translation ahead for anti-SCUD missile program, Cousin arrested in death of Blue Lake chairwoman, Pawnee, historical group OK settlement on remains, Omahas opt for land for riverboat casino plans, Police investigate Sioux Falls slaying, Mille Lacs treaty rights case back in federal court, Wisc. Indians report fishing harassment , Abenaki Chief St. Francis running for Vt. governor, Weicker signs agreement allowing 2nd Indian casino, Actor Gregory Peck swore off killing Indians