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At the 2016 Colville Tribal General Membership meeting in Nespelem, Oct. 8, Colville tribal member Richard Allen held the microphone for nearly 10 minutes to ask CBC members about a council pay increase passed as part of the 2016-17 tribal budget.

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SPOKANE—The first statement Colville Tribal member Stefanie Marchand-Reuben made when asked at the First Friday show in downtown Spokane’s Philanthropy Center, Feb. 5, was that her art is an expression of the traditions of her family.

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SAN FRANCISCO—Colville Tribal member Kimberly Norris will be recognized along with castmembers of “Cherokee Word for Water” at the American Indian Film Festival here on Nov. 9.

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OMAK—The Sinkietqu Okanogan Basketweavers Association held the Basket Weaving Conference Friday and Saturday at the 12 Tribes Casino and Resort in Omak. 

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Down two gas stations, Inchelium District tribal members must choose between Rainbow Beach Resort, 10 miles west, or Tribal Trails Noisy Waters, 27 miles north and nearly a dollar cheaper.

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SILVER LAKE, Wash. — At a dead end road near the gateway to Mount St. Helens sits a 2,700 square-foot home crafted almost entirely of logs from the Colville Indian Reservation; its tables, cabinets and dressers hand-crafted from dozens of types of wood from three continents. On most surfaces…

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Cody Desautel was just trying to lend a hand, or a DNA swab, to a neighbor, friend and fellow tribal member in 2012, as their daughter, suffering from aplastic anemia, desperately needed a bone marrow transplant.

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Every year from Aug. 1-7, over 120 countries celebrate World Breastfeeding Week. This year’s theme was to support and empower mothers by combining work and breastfeeding.

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George Opel has always been fascinated by airplanes. He recalls the first time he looked up and saw a plane and wondered at the marvel of flight.

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Deep in the $38.2 billion two-year state operating budget, passed by the Washington Legislature June 29, hides a $2 million line item for the Lake Rufus Woods Fishing Access.

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Oldest member of Chief Joseph Band of Nez Perce talks little of traditional upbringing, lives to pray for tragedies around the world and close to home

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Colville Business Council Chairman Jim Boyd issued a statement regarding the recent marijuana referendum that found narrow support, 1,044 for and 866 against, from Colville Tribal members during the 2015 General Election.

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On the opening day of hunting season in 1980, Ella Mae Deno slept in a family travel camper at the Whitestone campground near the Hellgate Game Reserve with her elderly mother and father, Bill and Della Beardslee. Her parents were both 78. Ella was 54, and she was hunting elk, one of five Co…

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Colville Tribal Member Cole Stanger doesn’t just give up, no matter the circumstances.  

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NESPELEM- Colville Tribal Fish and Wildlife has announced the distribution of fresh spring Chinook salmon from the Winthrop National Fish Hatchery at various locations today, Thursday, May 28.

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NESPELEM- With Washington Governor Jay Inslee declaring a drought across the state in April, Washington State University Extension and WSU Agricultural Weather Network Program have launched a new website to help educate the public on drought preparation.

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OROVILLE- Pascal Sherman Indian School students Serayla Bent, Larissa Gorr and Gabrielle Tonasket along with staff members Michele Matt and Tashina Gorr traveled to Oroville, May 1 to visit the Depot Museum and set up a display of their artwork.

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NESPELEM — This morning at the Nespelem Community Center nearly 100 runners, organizers and elders—most clothed in running shorts or spandex, colorful running shoes and orange shirts that read, “χ̆əl iʔ kʷw sqilxʷ,” on the front—stood in a large circle on the black top of the outside basketb…

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COULEE DAM – Now in it’s third year, the Lake Roosevelt Family Fun Night saw a crowd of well over one hundred people from the community come together the evening of April 29.

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OWHI FLATS – Nespelem Creek Kids Club Leader Ian Wilder, presented to staff of the WSU 4-H Extension Colville Reservation Program projects the Creek Kids have been working on recently.

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