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COULEE DAM – The search for a 27-year-old tribal member who jumped from Grand Coulee Bridge around 7 a.m. this morning will continue downriver, Coulee Dam Police Chief Pat Collins told the Tribune.

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NESPELEM – 2015 marked the 11th year of the Grand Marshals dinner and new to this year’s community potluck would be the addition of a veteran Grand Marshal. 

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He was known as a regular during Okanogan High School football and basketball games, no matter how hot or cold the weather, even as his health detoriatored and his family warned him not to go, Mark “Chief” Timentwa yelled from the sidelines or from the grandstands, supporting and watching hi…

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NESPELEM: Deaths of tribal members through April are just a hair over the average over the past five years, according to Colville Tribal enrollment.

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SPOKANE: The Bureau Indian Affair’s Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians partnered  with the Colville Tribes Enrollment Program and the Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations and provided financial literacy training to the Healing Lodge of the Seven Nation, May 22.

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NESPELEM- Five of seven incumbents in the 2015 Colville Business Council General Election are behind at the polls, though absentee ballots won’t be counted until this week.

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Tribal member graduates WSU ahead of peers after pushing herself through Running Start

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NESPELEM- The Colville Business Council approved support of a request by the City of Omak providing permissions for legally licensed ATVs to be used on Omak Avenue, Jackson Street and 8th Avenue in east Omak.

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NESPELEM-According to the National Weather Service, the Colville Reservation saw the beginnings of a heat wave on Monday that set record-breaking high temperatures.

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Following recent deaths community organizers gather to educate, inspire hope and bring healing

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NESPELEM: The Colville Tribal Elections Office reported of the 1529 total absentee ballots mailed for the 2015 Colville Business Council’s General Election, 511 have been returned as of June 1.

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NESPELEM: The Colville Tribal Employee Appreciation Day winners for each division were announced, Friday, May 15 at the second annual event. Tribal attorney Chaitna Sinha was named ‘Most Valuable Employee for 2015.

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L&P Director, CBC leans toward running facility that currently cost $350 thousand annually to maintain alone

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NESPELEM—Colville Business Councilmember Andy Joseph Jr. was honored with the Indian Health Service Director’s Special Recognition Award at the National Institutes of Health’s Main Campus, May 29.

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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 will be distributed this coming Friday, June 5 at various reservation locations.

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NESPELEM—In Special Session, May 21, the Colville Business Council approved a $200 per capita payment to be distributed on August 17.

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After shaking the nerves from a practice round Tuesday, Inchelium freshman Randi Finley became the first Hornet to ever make the cut after Day 1 of the 1B/2B State Golf Championships here at Columbia Point Golf Course.

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KELLER—A release issued by the Colville Tribes’ Environmental Trust has noted work is continuing at the Highway 21 site where 2,800 gallons of gasoline were spilled as a result of the Tuesday, May 19 wreck of a gasoline tanker approximately 20 miles north of Keller.

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Remembering Army Sgt. Lucas White, a Umatilla and Colville Indian soldier, who on Nov. 6, 2006, was leading a Stryker patrol in Baghdad when his unit was ambushed by small-weapons fire and hit by an improvised explosive device.

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