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Boyd elected Colville tribal chairman

After only one tern on the Colville Business Council, Jim Boyd of Inchelium takes over leadership of the Colville Confederated Tribes governing board.

Resource Advisory Council needs members

Bureau of Land Management accepting nominations

Okanogan to begin spraying for mosquitos tomorrow

Omak plans to apply for permit to spray

Hymer stepping down from Pateros council

SweetRiver Bakery owner Alex Hymer is stepping down from the city council, but plans to remain active in the community.

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Initial tally: Voters ousting Bridgeport mayor

In the preliminary vote count, 111 voters have cast ballots to remove Bridgeport Mayor Marilynn Lynn from office; 91 oppose the recall

Colville forest resource committee plans July 1 meeting

Committee to make recommendations on spending $580,000 for Colville National Forest-related resource projects

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Kinross pulls proposed drilling project

Kinross Gold Corp. has decided to stop spending money on an environmental review of a project proposed in 2009.

Keller Ferry north shore terminal relocation scheduled for today

Water level prompts north-shore terminal to be moved to Sanpoil River

State Attorney General's Office hosts discussion on Goldmark “red-baiting” attack, resulting lawsuit

Today marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most significant trials in state legal history

Candidates file for office

Two people filed for the Ferry County sheriff’s position on the first day of election filing Monday.

Grant County Coroner's office hires full-time investigator

K.C. Sherwood began work Monday

Bustam named Colville National Forest district ranger

Tinelle Bustam named district ranger with Colville National Forest

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Girls' art to hang in congressional offices

Two East Valley High School seniors' works of art have been selected as the best in the Fifth Congressional District's 2014 Congressional Art Competition.

Labor unions spend the most lobbying state lawmakers, study finds

Three of the five highest-spending lobbying groups in Olympia during the first quarter of 2014 were labor unions, including three that represent employees paid with tax dollars.

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Transportation employee safe after avalanche buries bulldozer in Chinook Pass

State worker safe after spending five hours in bulldozer buried by avalanche