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  • Jim Boyd, singer-songwriter and chairman of the Colville Tribes, dies

    Jim Boyd, a noted singer-songwriter and chairman of the Colville Tribes, has died. He was 60.


  • Colville Tribes plans $40 million casino, resort

    OMAK – The Colville Confederated Tribes hopes to break ground in May on a $40 million casino resort with an 80-room hotel and a restaurant just south of Omak. When …


  • Colville Tribes vote to recognize same-sex unions

    NESPELEM, Wash. – The Colville Tribal Council on Thursday voted to recognize same-sex marriage. Council Chairman Michael Finley said tribes have always known that gay people – whom they call …


  • Colvilles celebrate $50 million hatchery

    BRIDGEPORT, Wash. – Cheers went up when Colville tribal fisherman Mylan Williams hauled a 20-pound chinook out of the Columbia River with a dip net. Then hats came off in …


  • Tribe will disburse another $58 million

    Just three weeks after disbursing more than $4,000 to each of its members, the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation announced today that it will disburse another $58 million from …


  • Colville tribes vote in new council

    NESPELEM, Wash. – Colville tribal members last week elected six new members to their governing council. Only Colville Tribal Chairman Michael Finley retained his seat on the Colville Business Council …


  • Judge bars Teck ‘divisibility’ bid

    The Colville Tribes and the state of Washington won a victory in a pretrial phase of a lawsuit against Teck Resources for dumping millions of tons of smelter slag into …


  • Colville Tribes’ land suit settled

    The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation have agreed to accept a $193 million settlement offer from the federal government for decades of mismanagement of tribal trust funds and income-generating …


  • Teck Cominco must pay Colvilles’ costs

    Canadian mining company Teck Cominco Metals Ltd. must pay the legal expenses of two members of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, who sued the company over its pollution …

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