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Oliver Pakootas and Onyx win four in a row; claim first overall title

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OMAK – For the second straight night, Oliver Pakootas (Colville tribal member) and his horse Onyx would go on to outlast the field, placing first on Friday night, taking a commanding lead in the overall standings.

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OMAK – Oliver Pakootas (Colville tribal member) and Onyx placed first on Thursday night in the first of four races for the 86th World Famous Suicide Race. Tarren Meusy (Colville tribal member) and Lonesome placed second and defending champion Scott Abrahamson (Colville tribal member) and Eag…

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Forty-two horses have passed vet checks as jockeys, trainers, owners and horses prepare for 84th annual Suicide Race; elimination race set for Sunday, Aug. 4 

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Colville tribal bull rider lives for the thrill of those eight seconds 

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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. - Darah Swan (Colville tribal member) and the Eastern Washington Surf SC GO3 WNPL team won the NPL National Championship, beating the New England Futbol Club 1-0 in Commerce City, Colorado on July 15. 

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Brandon Kohler goes above and beyond for basketball — to the outer reaches, far beyond the safety zone. For more than a decade, the 25-year-old has logged tens of thousands of miles on the road — many times thumbing — just for basketball. When he didn’t have gas or much money, it didn’t dete…

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Five Colville relay teams start year off at Muckleshoot Gold Cup, running at Emerald Downs in Auburn; Three teams make it to the championship race on Sunday 

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Inchelium places third at 1B girls state softball tournament for second consecutive year 

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Union’s Callie Mills has earned her place atop the Greater St. Helens League; qualified for a spot in the regional round 

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Lynnwood’s Nate Johnson, a freshman for the Royals, leads the boys track and field team into the future 

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Hall and Ceniceros make it to CWB League championship match; Pateros boys tennis team finishes season in second place 

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Inchelium knocks off undefeated A.C.H. for district 5/6/7 championship; Regionals up next 

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Nanamkin brings home four top-fours at North Central Washington Invite, helps Brewster place 5th; Rasmussen wins in 400 meters 

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Redstar and Ephrata girls squeak by with first place at Quincy; Multiple Colville tribal members place in top 5 at Clifton Larson Allen Invitational 

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BOSTON, Mass. – Colville tribal member Lorena Boyd crossed off a bucket list, running in the 2019 Boston Marathon, joining her daughter, Lisa Heneghen, and over 30,000 others on the fabled run from Hopkington, through several Boston boroughs, past Fenway Park to downtown Boston. 

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Lady Raiders sweep Liberty Bell for fifth straight win; tied for first place in CWB 2B League  

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