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News and Announcements

For complete Southern Ute Tribe news and event coverage, visit the Southern Ute Drum website.

SCSYAC Deadline 2017

Small Business Webinar Training

The Small Business Administration will be hosting webinar training opportunities between May 2nd – 6th, 2017. Please click on the link to register for one of the following webinars:
1. The U.S. Economic Outlook and Its Impact on Small Businesses
2. 5 Fabulous Habits of Local Business Champions
3. Grow Your Business Online
4. The Future of Small Business Innovation
5. How to Write Your Email Content in 15 Minutes or Less
6. Find the Hidden Money in America

Death Assistance

Cancer Awareness Luncheon

Spring Foster Care

National Native American Veterans Memorial

“The National Museum of the American Indian was asked by the U.S. Congress to create a National Native American Veterans Memorial. Currently, NMAI staff are consulting with various Tribes, traveling to reservations, and reaching out to Native American veterans, to get their input on this specific memorial honoring their service. NMAI staff would like to invite all Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute Veterans, immediate family members of veterans who have passed on, and Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute artists to attend a consultation on Friday, April 28th, 2017 from 9 AM until 12 PM at the Sun Ute Community Center – Mouache and Capote Rooms.”

Ending Violence Against Women Project

2017 New Voter Registration Form

Download – 2017 New Tribal Voter Registration Form

2017 Special Election Flyer

Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council Addresses Second Petition and Sponsors Own Referendum

Click on the link below to open the full document.

Tribal Council Addresses Second Petition and Sponsors Own Referendum

Updated Educational Meeting for Membership

Educational Meeting for Membership – May 1, 2017
Click the link below and following the instructions to register for the Web-Ex.

Webcam Installed on Lake Capote Osprey Nest

Osprey Cam

The Southern Ute Wildlife Division is pleased to announce the successful installation of a webcam on the osprey nest at Lake Capote. The pair of ospreys have again arrived at the Lake and have been building their nest in preparation for their breeding season.

Watch all of the activity close-up and see what unfolds in this 10th year of osprey nesting at Lake Capote. The live video, along with more information about the birds, can be found at the following web page:

Wildlife Resources Management Logo Lake Capote Logo

Bear Dance Pow Wow

During a Power Outage

2017 Pow Wows