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NESPELEM - As part of their effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect area elders, Colville Tribal Emergency Operations Center and Colville Tribal Area Agency on Aging has delivered over 30,000 meals to homes on the reservation since the EOC launched in mid-March.

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NESPELEM – The partial shutdown of Tribal government currently in effect has been extended until midnight on June 26, 2020 by Resolution of the Colville Business Council.  Employees of the Tribal government shall continue in their current status subject to direction by their supervisor. 

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Colville Tribal Health and Human Services and the Colville Tribal Emergency Operations Center asks those celebrating the unofficial kickoff to summer to continue to maintain social distancing and follow proper safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on the Colville Reservation.

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NESPELEM, WA – The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation announces it has received funding intended to provide relief from the impact of COVID-19, including $28,305,916.75 in CARES Act funding. The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act is a federal law passed t…

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BRIDGEPORT - The Colville Tribal Fish and Wildlife Department has announced tribal members can selectively fish for hatchery-origin spring Chinook salmon at the Chief Joseph Dam tailrace and main steam Columbia River starting May 21.

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Okanogan County Public Works has posted a 4 ton (8,000 pound) weight limit on the Park City Loop Road bridge over the Nespelem River at milepost 4.96, approximately ½ mile from the intersection with Gold Lake Road.  This 72-year old bridge was constructed with a concrete superstructure on a …

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Your health care and access to your primary provider is important to the Colville Service Unit.  We have begun to offer telemedicine visits in addition to the telephone calls between patients and their Provider Teams.  

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The Colville Tribal Emergency Operations Center has confirmed through the Colville Service Unit and Okanogan County Public Health three new positive cases of COVID-19 on the Colville Indian Reservation in the Nespelem district, today.

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