Jr. Miss Southern Ute, Odyssey Baker-Silva, serves watermelon to guests at the Southern Ute Royalty dinner.
Elco Garcia Jr. won a new pair of Skull Candy headphones.
'Dyfrost' from Chinle, AZ
'Hands Down 10' from Shiprock, NM
'Ethan 103' from Window Rock, AZ
Fans enjoyed headbanging to ‘A Malicious Plague’ from Albuquerque, NM during the Southern Ute Tribal Fair “Jimmy Newton Jr.” Youth Concert Saturday, Sept. 12 in the Sky Ute Fairgrounds infield.
Daniel Castaneda of 'A Malicious Plague' from Albuquerque, NM
'One Bullet Away' from Kayenta, AZ
'Cinematica' from Farmington, NM
'In Vengeance' from Kayenta, AZ
Southern Ute Tribal Council and the Sunshine Cloud Smith Youth Advisory Council dedicated a portion of their Saturday afternoon to handing out free watermelon slices to fair-goers.
The Southern Ute Tribal Fair hosts its annual picnic for all in attendance. This year’s menu consisted of hamburgers, hot dogs, ribs, potato salad, and watermelon.
The annual Eldred Vigil Memorial Walk Run made its return with a large attendance. Over 50 runners participated in the event.
Keifer GoodTracks-Alires keeps up the pace during the Eldred Vigil Memorial Walk/Run held on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Marcus Archuleta flies down the zip line Saturday afternoon at the Sky Ute Fair Grounds.
Flobots with the Sunshine Cloud Smith Youth Advisory Council.
The Permanent Fund claimed victory at the Softball Challenge, taking the crown from the Southern Ute Growth Fund. The final score was 17-7.
Anthony "Ace" Ortiz hits a long one during the softball challenge held at the Multi-Purpose fields on Friday, Sept. 11.
Tribal elder, Marge Barry, lends a helping hand at the Southern Ute Royalty dinner.
The annual Tribal Fair picnic brings in a large number of tribal members and tribal employees.