Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoneroad present Francis Hoy (behind shawl) with a gift. Hoy retired from the BIA after 32 years of service and was stationed in Towaoc. The Ute Mountain and Southern Ute Tribe each presented Hoy with plaques for his years of outstanding service to the two Ute tribes. This photo first appeared in the July 2, 1983, edition of the Southern Ute Drum.
These young warriors spent the better part of six days running from the Southern Ute-New Mexico state border to show their solidarity in the war on drug abuse. This photo first appeared in the June 25, 1993 edition of the Southern Ute Drum.
Dr. Jim Goss, historian and linguist, recently presented the Southern Ute Indian Culture Center and Museum with reel-to-reel tapes of recorded archives of invaluable stories told by Antonio Buck Jr. Dr. Goss recorded the tapes in the early 1960s when he developed a Ute language dictionary. Museum Director, Lynn Brittner accepted the gift from Dr. Goss. This photo first appeared in the June 27, 1993, edition of the Southern Ute Drum.
Chantelle Cloud is sworn in as chief judge of the Southern Ute Tribal Court on Monday, June 17, 2013. Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council Vice Chairman James M. Olguin administered the oath, witnessed by members of the council, the court and the Cloud family. This photo first appeared in the June 28, 2013 edition of the Southern Ute Drum.