20 Years Ago: Memorial Day was an opportunity to remember loved ones who have passed onto the next world. Feelings and memories were renewed of the warriors who served their country, Randy Baker talked about his e–xperience in Vietnam. Gilbert Washington Sr., a U.S. Veteran that served in the Korean war, was one of the honorary Southern Ute Color Guard that participated in the flag ceremony at Ouray Park for Memorial Day. This photo first appeared in the June 7, 1996, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
10 Years Ago: Stopping by the Leonard C. Burch Building the foreign exchange students get a first hand look at the Southern Ute Reservation. Enjoying their guests, Eddie Jr. & Betty Box open their home to 20 foreign exchange students and their chaperons. The students come every year to share in our culture and get a chance to experience the Bear dance weekend. This photo first appeared in the May 26, 2006, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 Years Ago: Ouray 10k runners received their awards after a light lunch provided by the Recreation Department and the Public Relations Dept. Eugene, Executive Officer and Norman Harlan, Recreation Director presented the awards. This photo first appeared in the June 13, 1986, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.