Many Moons Ago

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10 years ago The students of the Southern Ute Indian Academy are showing their support and sympathy for the survivors of the deadly Tsunami that claimed the lives of more than 200,000 people in Asia since it hit on Dec.w 26, 2004. Most of the students counting change knew they were donating to the survivors of the tsunami. They figured their donations would go to rebuilding houses, school and buying new clothes. They were asked to bring in spare change from home to donate to UNICEF on jan. 18 they came together in the Paa’at Dining hall to count the change, which resulted in $640 ... all collected in one week. This photo first appeared in the Jan. 21, 2005, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
20 years ago Pinnecoose (left) is equipped with an arsenal of expensive instruments that detect natural gas, such as a thinking gas delivery system. Add these sophisticated detection instruments to El Paso’s and the tribe’s metering systems, and Pinnecoose has good records of where all the gas goes. This photo first appeared in the Jan. 20, 1995, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
30 years ago Wendell Vigil with his first place award won at the Rocky Mountain Wrestling Tournament in Pagosa Springs. This photo first appeared in the Jan. 25, 1985, edition of The Southern Ute Drum.
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