These two pronghorn antelope were spotted among a herd of domestic cattle on the Colville Indian Reservation near Brewster last week. A red ear tag is visible on the male at right while the female at left wears a tracking collar. The pair is likely part of a herd of nearly 100 animals captured in Nevada and released on the reservation late last month.

BREWSTER – The population of transplanted pronghorn antelope on the Colville Indian Reservation grew by nearly 100 when teams from Colville Tribes’ Fish and Wildlife (CTFW) and the Nevada Departmen


Photo courtesy of Brewster School District

hool senior, Tessa Orozco, made her second appearance at the state swimming championships this season and placed ninth in the 100-yard butterfly with a personal best time and 13th in the 50-yard fr


Nov. 7
Animal problem at 41 Riggs Road on Bridgeport Bar.
Non-injury accident at 929 Maple St., 128, in Bridgeport.
Nov. 8


Photo courtesy of Douglas County PUD - Commissioners awarded Technician II Jeff Odegard-Harris with his 25 year service award at their Oct. 9 meeting. Left to right are: Commissioner Ron Skagen, Commissioner Aaron Viebrock, Jeff Odegard-Harris and Commissioner Molly Simpson.


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