Many Moons Ago

20 YEARS AGO: Arguably the highlight of the NAIG Athletes’ trip to Canada was the whale watching voyage out in Victoria Harbor. Over the course of the day, nearly all of the Ute athletes traveled by high-speed boat to a nearby island where Orcas (killer Whales) were feeding on salmon. The kids saw pods of eight or nine whales, some of them breaching, as shown here. This photo first appeared in the Aug. 15, 1997, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 YEARS AGO: Summer Science Camp participants, back row, (left-right) Jimmy Newton Jr., Norman Harlan Jr., Joaquin Goodtracks, Gordon Ashcroft, Mr. Lee Briggs, JoJenia Redd, Sarah Hudson, Rana Baker, Amy Barry, Alberta Bison. Front row, (left-right) Conrad Thompson, Adam Red, Brian Weaver, Marie Joy, Jessie Olguin, Trish Olguin and Sky Baker. This photo first appeared in the Aug. 21, 1987, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
10 YEARS AGO: Dancers and drummers from near and far showed up to enjoy the 44th annual Shoshone Bannock Festival Powwow. More than 900 registered dancers showed up to compete for cash prizes and enjoy the powwow. Buelah Kent showing her grandson what Grand Entry is all about. This photo first appeared in the Aug. 17, 2007 edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
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