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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

Press Release: Tribes Industrial Fire Precaution Level Changes PDF

Press Release: Press Release: Sinixt Appeal Hearing Approaches Quickly PDF

Press Release: Tribe Launches Hemp Project PDF

Press Release: Colville Business Council Members Organize Committees PDF

Press Release: Tribes Elect Colville Business Council Members PDF

Press Release: Colville Tribal Elections to Move Forward PDF

Press Release: Boys & Girls Clubs on the Colville Reservation Expand PDF

Press Release: Former Colville Tribal Chair Jim Boyd Honored by His Tribe PDF

Press Release: Colville Business Council Expels Councilman Gabriel PDF

Press Release: British Columbia Appeals Ruling in Sinixt Hunting Rights Case PDF

Press Release: Historic Victory for Sinixt Hunter Claiming Aboriginal Right to Hunt in Canada PDF

Press Release: Teck Loses Appeal January 30, 2017 PDF

Press Release: Colville Tribes awarded $8.3 Million From Teck For Legal costs PDF

Press Release: Fireworks PDF

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

Colville Business Council Appoints Executive Committee July 15, 2016 PDF

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

Colville Business Review June 2, 2016 PDF

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

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

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