10 Years Ago: Lakota TwoCrow and his fellow peers visited CSU’s Little Shop of Physics to get a glimpse at the phenomenon of the subject of physics and the science field. The Little Shop of Physics visits the Southern Ute Education Department every two years for schools around the area.
This photo first appeared in the Mar. 27, 2009, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
20 Years Ago: A Latin American contingent sponsored by the International visitation Program in Washington D.C. visited Southern Ute Tribal Council members on March 22. The 14 representatives and translators from various Central and South American countries asked council questions regarding sovereignty, inter-tribal relations and cultural preservation.
This photo first appeared in the Mar. 26, 1999, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 Years Ago: Myrna Jacobson and Jennifer Goodtracks explain the concepts of psychology to Cheryl Frost. This was one of 20 booths that were available at the Third-Annual Career Fair in the Ignacio high school gym for students to visit.
This photo first appeared in the March 31, 1989, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
40 Years Ago: Sunshine Smith started off a Ute-Language General Meeting and discussed the reasons why the Ute language must be retained on Wednesday, March 21. The meeting also discussed methods of teaching Ute and also proposed a Ute language school for Southern Ute children that would be owned and operated by the Tribe.
This photo first appeared in the March 30, 1979, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.