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On July 24, 2020 Northeast Tri County Health District (NETCHD) received laboratory confirmation of a person testing positive for COVID-19. Through an investigation, NETCHD staff confirmed that the person testing positive was at Cahoots Bar, located at 198 E Second Ave Colville WA, on July 18…

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Vision Maker Media announced, June 23, the documentary “Older than the Crown” has been selected to receive funding through their annual 2020 Public Media Project Fund, an award given to “10-12 media projects that represent the cultures, experiences and values of American Indians and Alaskan …

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NESPELEM - With the Lucy F. Covington Government Center closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Colville Business Council concluded the 2020 CBC Elections with the oath of office, July 9, swearing in four new candidates and three incumbent candidates elected by the tribal membership.

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NESPELEM – The partial shutdown of Tribal government currently in effect has been extended until midnight on September 30, 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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NESPELEM - The Colville Tribal Emergency Operations Center would like to ask patients who are waiting for pending results to please refrain from calling the clinics. The clinics will call patients individually when results are available. Please do not call and overwhelm the clinic’s phone lines.

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NESPELEM, WA – As part of an ongoing effort to protect the membership of the Colville Tribes from the COVID-19 virus, the Colville Tribes announced today that it has directed staff to develop a plan to distribute need-based grants to individual tribal members. These grants are expected to be…

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The Colville Service Unit and Lake Roosevelt Community Health Center Clinics of the Colville Confederated Tribes will continue to offer COVID-19 Random Testing.  This means if a patient of any of our clinics would like to have a test they can come to any of our 4 clinics.

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NESPELEM, WA – In response to a spike of COVID-19 cases across the State of Washington and on the Colville Reservation, the Colville Tribes announced today that it will close the Lucy Covington Government Center at least through this Friday, July 10. Non-essential employees will be asked to …

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NESPELEM - The Colville Confederated Tribes have announced they are partnering with SAMSHA and FEMA to staff five local crisis support specialists available via a hotline in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and recovery period as part of a state wide team called “Washington Listens.”

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NESPELEM - The Colville Business Council voted in Special Session June 17 to approve a contract with James G. Murphy Inc., a commercial and industrial auctioneer company, for inventory, advertisement and auction of the Colville Indian Precision Pine Mill in Omak.

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(Nespelem, WA)- Seven Colville Business Council members whose terms will run from 2020-2022 were elected today. Three incumbents were reelected and four new members of the CBC will take office. Those elected will be sworn in July 9th, after which the Council will elect officers and appoint c…

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NESPELEM, WA – The partial shutdown of Tribal government currently in effect has been extended until midnight on July 12, 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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The Colville Service Unit and Lake Roosevelt Community Health Center Clinics of the Colville Confederated Tribes will continue to offer COVID-19 Random Testing.  This means if a patient of any of our clinics would like to have a test they can come to any of our 4 clinics.  But hours of testi…

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LEAVENWORTH - The Colville Confederated Tribes’ Fish and Wildlife Department announced an in-season rule change for the Ps’quosa Fishery at Icicle Creek, opening the fishery 24-hours per day, 7 days per week to Wenatchi Band members of the Colville Confederated Tribes as of June 13.

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The Colville Business Council extended the closure of the Colville Reservation alongside other public safety measures through June 26 in a continued effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on the Colville Indian Reservation.

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