The Kalispel Tribe owns and operates more than a dozen businesses and enterprises in and around the Pend Oreille area.

We believe in building a strong community and our economic development opportunites emphasize our commitment to the land and people.

Roxy Theater owners, Jason and Brittany Totland, presented a Hollywood Star to the Kalispel Tribe in recognition of its $10,000 donation to help restore the historic theater. Curt Holmes, Kalispel Tribal Council Member and Executive Director of Public and Governmental Affairs, presented the check to the Totlands on Monday, February 20th. Since purchasing the Roxy last year, the Totlands have been busy renovating the building and identifying movies and events that the community would like to experience. A favorite for families is the monthly Saturday morning cartoons event with free admission. Like other Pend Oreille County residents who grew up here, Holmes said he remembers as a kid going to the Roxy with his family to watch Bambi and Pete’s Dragon. “The Roxy has always been a cornerstone of entertainment for this community and a place for families to enjoy time together,” said
Holmes, and “the Kalispel Tribe is proud to partner with the Roxy on sustaining that tradition and bringing economic development to Newport.”
About The Kalispel Tribe of Indians:
The Kalispel Tribe of Indians has over 400 members, and its headquarters is located in Usk, Washington on the Pend Oreille River. The Tribe operates Northern Quest Resort & Casino as well as several other businesses and runs health and social service programs through Camas Path and the Camas Center for Community Wellness. With a total of over 2,000 jobs across its government and business enterprises, the Kalispel Tribe is one of the top five private employers in the region and has donated over $18 million to regional non-profits. More information is available at