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Robert Curtis Lucero tries to lure a Lake Capote trout using a fat worm. Over 100 individuals entered the six-hour fishing derby sponsored by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.
Southern Ute Tribal Councilman Mike Olguin presented D.J. “Eagle Bear” Vanas (Odawa Nation) with a gift from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe to thank him for his motivational workshop “How to Build a Strong Nation” to help raise levels of performance of employees in the workplace. The workshop was held at SunUte Community Center on Jan. 25, 2002.
Members of the Southern Ute Royalty greet spectators along Main Street in Durango, Colo. during this year’s annual Snowdown light parade, Friday, Feb. 3 2012. Little Miss Southern Ute Eufemia Pardo (left), and Little Miss first alternate Yllana Howe (right) bundle up against the cold on their float titled: “Once upon a time ... how the Nuche ‘Utes’ came to be.” This year’s Snowdown theme was “Once upon a Snowdown” referencing fairy tales.
Photo Credit: Arnold Santistevan | SU Drum archive
Photo Credit: Jimmy Newton | SU Drum archive
Photo Credit: Jeremy Wade Shockley | SU Drum archive
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