News <p>Mary Davisson photo/CCT Fisheries</p>
                                <p>Muddy water from the Similkameen River that flowed upstream into the Okanogan River contrasts with clear water in Osoyoos Lake. The aerial photograph was taken at 11:15 a.m. on Nov. 17 by Colville Tribal Fisheries Biologist Mary Davisson, at the outlet of Osoyoos Lake to the Okanogan River near Oroville.</p> <p>Mary Davisson photo/CCT Fisheries</p>
                                <p>Muddy water from the Similkameen River that flowed upstream into the Okanogan River contrasts with clear water in Osoyoos Lake. The aerial photograph was taken at 11:15 a.m. on Nov. 17 by Colville Tribal Fisheries Biologist Mary Davisson, at the outlet of Osoyoos Lake to the Okanogan River near Oroville.</p>

Record high Similkameen River flows cause Okanogan River to reverse direction at...

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A caged lynx caught in a live-trap.
Colville Confederated Tribes works with group leaders to relocate lynx from Canada
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Okanogan River gauge at Tonasket on Monday, Nov. 15 was 6.81 feet. The river was predicted to be at 16.41 feet minor flood stage by mid-day Wednesday, Nov. 17.
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