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: Totus keeps chairmanship; Meninick holds 2nd post, ICERR tags 7 senators to move Meeds bills for Senate action, Indian 'religious freedom' resolution introduced
Page 2: What's Happening?, ATNI weighs education
Page 3: BIA reorganizers meet Dec. 21, ANA regs review ahead, Is Tomasina Jordan Penobscot?
Page 4: ICERR: Cunningham’s their dream; they’ll settle for Meeds, cont., ICERR’s Washington membership: 14 groups
Page 5: A Calendar of christmas events
Page 6: PFP amendment drive stalls; Tomaskin weathers challenge; Washines seated, What do state's citizens really think about Indians/
Page 7: New Chemawa, Heritage center groundwork, How you VOTED
Page 8: 1977 changes in Tribal Council, Councilmen take oath; committee named, cont.
Page 9: Joint housing dedication ceremonies Feb. 1
Page 10: Johnson heads Umatillas, Fundraising for longhouse, gerard, Frank on NW fish task force, Chemawa bid Dec. 20, All about Antabuse, A-I Garbage Service purchased, Gabrielle heads CERT office
Page 11: Getting in the step of things
Page 12: Ad
Page 13: text of resolution: , Sterilization: 3,400 Indian women victims
Page 14: Yakima Nation rejects Cunningham, Meeds, Oregon delegation: 'no' to meeds
Page 15: Case against treaty abrogation, News line
Page 16: Winter mystery, From drought to deluge
Page 17: Tribal payroll checks 'computer production', Walking On: KAHCLAMAT, MANN
Page 18: 'man of the Year', finals in Albuquerque cap Indian rodeo year
Page 19: White Swan awards given, 'Strategy to stay on'
Page 20: Referees' group forms
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Page 24: Ads