We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

Multimedia

  • Updated
  • 0

NESPELEM – The Colville Business Council approved two different, unanimous resolutions for an August Quarterly Elder Stipend in the amount of $350 and a per capita payment in the amount of $200 during Special Session by unanimous decision.

  • Updated
  • 0

OMAK - The Paschal Sherman Indian School has announced it is accepting notifications of interest from Colville Tribal members who are interested in filling two vacant school board positions.

featured
  • 0

NESPELEM – Buying items just got a little easier for Programs of the Colville Confederated Tribes, who now have access to the world's largest online retailer through an Amazon Business account.

  • 0

NESPELEM – The battle was on when several agencies and Tribes joined forces in early May to remove as many northern pike as possible from Lake Roosevelt waters.  Together the (Colville Tribe, Spokane Tribe, WDFW, Kalispel Tribe, National Park Service and Grant and Chelan PUDs) were able to r…

  • 0

INCHELIUM – The Inchelium Elders will host a Colville Tribes Elder Dinner, June 12 at the Inchelium Community Center, bringing together elders from across the reservation and outlying areas.

featured
  • 0

NESPELEM - The Colville Tribes hosted a free opioid response training at the Lucy F. Covington Government Center, May 28 and May 29, bringing together local tribal and federal employees from health care, behavioral health and corrections, as well as guests from across the region.

  • 0

NESPELEM - The Colville Tribal Tribune is currently accepting photos and information related to recent Colville Tribal graduates of high school and college programs.

  • 0

The Native Action Network has named Colville tribal member Yvette Joseph as a 2019 Enduring Spirit Honoree, highlighting Joseph’s work improving tribal health and human services across Indian Country. 

featured
  • 0

NESPELEM - The Colville Confederated Tribes hosted a Fallen Officers Memorial Ceremony and Ride, Wednesday, recognizing Colville Tribal Police Officer Louis A. Millard, CTPD officer Roy Richard Bradshaw and Omak Police Officer Michael W. Marshall along with other fallen officers from across …

  • 0

NESPELEM – The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation has filed a lawsuit on against major manufacturers and distributors of opioids, alleging devastating public health effects on Tribal communities. The Tribes has sued over 25 opioid-industry defendants in the action, which seeks b…

featured
  • 0

NESPELEM – The Colville Business Council Primary Election results were broadcast just before 7 p.m. Thursday, after a long day of ballot counting. 

featured
  • 0

OLYMPIA - Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law, Tuesday, an act aimed at using a federal Medicare and Medicaid policy update from 2016 to work toward improving the healthcare provided to the states’ first peoples.

  • 0

NESPELEM – Colville tribal members Kelly Jerred and Deanna Heath were sentenced in Colville Tribal Court by interim Chief Judge Cynthia Jordan, May 3, in a case related to the misuse of public funds and fraud committed while both were employed at the Colville Confederated Tribes’ Department …

featured
  • 0

SEATTLE – Tribal member Pam Nason has been announced the winner of the 2019 Bernie Whitebear award by the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. 

  • 0

OMAK – Keynote speaker Enrique Morones, founder of the non-profit Border Angels, promoted fighting racism with love at the Stand Against Racism event hosted by Wenatchee Valley College-Omak and the YWCA, Wednesday, following opening remarks from Colville Business Council members Richard Mose…

  • 0

KELLER – The Bureau of Indian Affairs and Colville Confederated Tribes have published for public comment an environmental assessment related to harvesting 23 million board feet from 3,034 acres in the Bridge Creek Forestry Project, located approximately 15 miles north of Keller.

  • 0

INCHELIUM – The Washington State University Colville Reservation Ext. Office and Colville Confederated Tribes Head Start will host a course titled, “Understanding Credit,” focused on financial habits that affect credit and techniques for managing credit.

  • 0

INCHELIUM – The Inchelium Forestry District of the Colville Confederated Tribes has opened for a 14-day public review and comment period on an environmental assessment for a forestry project that proposes to harvest 18.5 million board feet of timber from 1,463 acres in the Little Wilmont Cre…

  • 0

OMAK – The Colville Confederated Tribes: Department of Transportation has announced construction at Omak’s Benton Street, which includes the Omak Community Center and other tribal programs within the vicinity, will resume, April 8.

  • 0

A project that will cost just over $1 million will help to improve habitat and stream flow for rainbow trout in the Sanpoil River subbasin. The project involves replacing four fish passage barriers (two at Iron Creek and two at Louie Creek), as well as fencing and planting activities. The pr…

  • 0

Currently, I am serving the membership as the appointed CBC delegate for the  Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Native Nations Communications Taskforce appointed by the FCC Commissioners comprised of (25) Tribal Officials.  The Colville Tribe was instrumental in regaining this seat thr…

  • 0

Nespelem – The Colville Business Council announces that the Tribes will be using the Colville Reservation Emergency Alert System by CodeRED. This system enhances public safety as it expands the number of people who will have access to Reservation Emergency Alerts such as: building closures, …

  • 0

INCHELIUM – The Colville Confederated Tribes Department of Transportation has announced the Inchelium Ferry will be closed down for regular maintenance from April 1 to April 5, returning to service April 6.

This Week's Tribune