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Wendell George | We shall live again

“We have waited too long for the government to fulfill their promises. They have only given us handouts. We want respect which only comes from doing things ourselves. So let’s form a group that can successfully jumpstart economic development on our reservations. It will not be easy as they’ll have to do a lot of travelling and convince government people to work with tribes the Indian Way.”
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Darold Wax | Mansfield and the Patrons of Husbandry

“How you gonna keep them down on the farm after they’ve seen Paree” captures the concern even if the song was not popularized by returning American doughboys until after World War I. Life on the farm — isolated, deprived and economically distressed — seemed to pale when compared with the glitz and glamour of urban styles.
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Chris Rader | Early settlers danced all night

Long before television and Internet, early North Central Washington settlers looked to occasional neighborhood parties for entertainment. These parties were often held in winter, when there was less to do on the farm. Families would travel in horse-drawn sleighs, wrapped in blankets and carrying food to share. After socializing for a bit, someone would bring out a fiddle or sit down at the piano and the music would start! Since sleighs had no headlights, guests stayed and danced all night long.
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Wendell George | Facebook or Smoke Signals

The facebook picture shows Colville tribal Chairman, Michael Marchand, Councilman Willie Womer, Councilman Edwin Marchand and former Councilman Marvin Kheel at the Standing Rock Sioux protest against the oil pipeline. It certainly shows more detail than our old smoke signals.
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Susan Sampson | Close encounter with a 'Robotic' Owl

I live in a subdivision of some 200 houses that surround an irrigation reservoir called “Lake Cortez.” Two lots fronting the lake have been retained by our Homeowners Association for use by the members. One lot is a groomed lawn with a picnic table and bench. The other grows only thistles and weeds, except the edge near the water supports a grove of willows, cottonwoods, and maples. I usually stop there during my daily walk, to watch for wildlife. I’ve seen as much as could be expected on a neighborhood ...