Yakama Nation Review, Volume 3, Number 32

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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.

Page 1: Bigger Crowd Attracted Treaty Days Celebration and Rodeo, "Use your local swimming pool"


Page 2: Fireworks, To the editor, Tin-ow-Wit, Watch out for bad roads


Page 3: There's not one bit we don't use


Page 4: Fathers honored at luncheon, Dr. Kaplan going away only to return


Page 5: Mother earth features Native Americans, Vows Exchanged, Job announcement, WIC Women, Infants and children, High Lights for the month, Thank You, Volunteering


Page 6: Ads


Page 7: Ads


Page 8: "Student of the year" Ray Olney, Little Graduates Too!!!, Washington State University upward bound, "Lets get parent involvement", If you like cooking you'll like this club, "teen centers for our reservation"


Page 9: Graduating Class of 1974, Employment Assistance boast graduate, JOM awards outstanding Indian Students


Page 10: Graduation


Page 11: Class of 1974


Page 12: Resolution, Yakima tribal council Yakima Indian agency- Toppenish, Washington Agenda


Page 13: Northwest Inter-tribal Club Places, Yakima Valley College Tournament Results, Yakima's win last boxing match of season, Yakima Nation Softball


Page 14: Ads


Page 15: -biz beat up north


Page 16: expo '74 watches- Native Americans pick queen, Wanted


Page 17: President’s message- annual meeting, Pre-Natal classes, A special thanks, 15th annual Indian festival LA GRANDE, OREGON


Page 18: Ads


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Page 20: Ads