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Stevens County is named for the first governor of Washington Territory, Isaac Stevens.
Stevens County currently ranks 23rd in population to the other counties of Washington State. Only 9.400% of the population lives within the six incorporated cities which are: Chewelah, Colville, (the county seat), Kettle Falls, Marcus, Northport and Springdale. The Spokane Tribe occupies 237.5 square miles of Stevens County.
Stevens County offers a wide variety of attractions for everyone to enjoy. With four seasons Stevens County provides many great outdoor activities such as skiing, golfing or enjoying the city parks.
The area is supported by the timber and mining industry, manufacturing, and regional offices of the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and U.S. Forest Service. Major private employers include Boise Cascade, Vaagen Brothers, Hearth and Home, Hewes Marine, Colmac Coil Manufacturing, Colmac Industries, and Delta Dental of Washington. Lesser industries are cattle, horse, and hay-farming, and more recently tourism to nearby National Forest Land for hunting and fishing, and to local farms, orchards and corn mazes.
If you are more of an indoors person you can attend a theatre production or visit one of the city museums in Colville. Whatever you might enjoy you can find it here.
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