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The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation is made up of a Business Council. The business council has a representatives from each of the districts (Inchelium, Keller, Nespelem, Omak).

Press Release

May 23, 2018: Colville Chairman Disappointed by State Department’s Exclusion of Columbia River Indian Tribes From CTR Negotiations PDF

May 22, 2018: Colville Tribes Takes Major Step Forward in $2.7 M Breach-of-Contract Case PDF

May 3, 2018: Colville Tribes Receive "Treatment as State" Designation from EPA PDF

May 1, 2018: Supreme Court to hold Community Visit with Colville Confederated Tribes Next Week in Nespelem PDF

March 19, 2018: Successful Ceremony to Honor Sinixt Leaders PDF

March 8, 2018: Colville Confederated Tribes Files Legal Case Seeking Consultation on Creation of Westbank Reserve in Sinixt Traditional Territory PDF 

February 27, 2018:  Sn̓ʕay̓ckstx (Sinixt) Celebration and Honor Ceremony Set for March 15 PDF

February 9, 2018: Washington State Tribe Continues Fight for River PDF

February 8, 2018: Colville Members Vote to Keep Name in Referendum Election PDF

January 26, 2018: Colville Tribal Chairman Disappointed in Appeal
Of Landmark Sinixt Hunting Rights Court Victory; Vows to Continue Legal Battle PDF

January 18, 2018: Colville Business Council Expels Councilwoman Williams-Louis PDF 

December 27, 2017: Colville Tribes’ Chairman Applauds BC Supreme Court Decision
In Landmark Sinixt Hunting Case PDF

December 14, 2017: Local Tribal Film Inspires Columbia River Action PDF 

November 28, 2017: Colville Tribes' Chairman Describes President's Remarks to Navajo Code Talkers as "Racist and Insensitive" PDF 

November 20, 2017: Regional District Passes Historic Resolution Recognizing the Sinixt PDF

October 30, 2017: Colville Executive Director Focuses on Economic Development PDF

September 28, 2017: Councilwoman faces three counts in Tribal Court  PDF

August 29, 2017: BIA provides $3.89 M for CCT Reforestation PDF

August 16, 2017: Tribes Industrial Fire Precaution Level Changes PDF

August 16, 2017: Sinixt Appeal Hearing Approaches Quickly PDF

July 28, 2017: Tribe Launches Hemp Project PDF

July 13, 2017: Colville Business Council Members Organize Committees PDF

June 30, 2017: Tribes Elect Colville Business Council Members PDF

June 20, 2017: Colville Tribal Elections to Move Forward PDF

June 19, 2017: Boys & Girls Clubs on the Colville Reservation Expand PDF

June 19, 2017: Former Colville Tribal Chair Jim Boyd Honored by His Tribe PDF

June 15, 2017: Colville Business Council Expels Councilman Gabriel PDF

April 28, 2017: British Columbia Appeals Ruling in Sinixt Hunting Rights Case PDF

March 27, 2017: Historic Victory for Sinixt Hunter Claiming Aboriginal Right to Hunt in Canada PDF

January 30, 2017: Teck Loses Appeal PDF

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August 18, 2016: Colville Tribes awarded $8.3 Million From Teck For Legal costs PDF

June 16, 2016: CBC Announces Ban on All Fireworks PDF

August 11, 2016: Colville Tribal Solutions Corporation Subsidiary 1872 Force Protection, LLC Awarded Chief Joseph Dam Contract by US Army Corps of Engineers PDF

July 15, 2016: Colville Business Council Appoints Executive Committee PDF

August 5, 2016: Colville Tribes Continue Legal Fight for Columbia River Cleanup PDF

June 2, 2016: Colville Business Review PDF

Oct 13, 2016: Air Quality Program is working toward cleaning air in Okanogan County PDF

Oct 6, 2016: Colville Tribes Takes Steps to Distribute Ramah Settlement PDF

Oct 6, 2016: Colville Tribes Shows Support for Standing Rock Sioux, Smoked Sockeye Salmon, PDF