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Fort Duchesne, UT
Permit No. 1
News From Ute Country
WHITERIVER WAR
PARTY 1865
P.O. BOX 190 FORT DUCHESNE, UTAH 84026 UINTAH & OURAY INDIAN RESERVATION
VOL. 50 # 24, OCTOBER 7, 2016
Ute Tribe goes ignored again as lawmakers BISHOP APPROVES FIRST
host field hearing on energy
INDIAN LAND THEFT IN
Monday, October 3, 2016
100 YEARS DENYING EXISTENCE OF FEDERAL LAW
Indianz.com
Ft. Duchesne, UT —September 24, 2016.
On September 22, 2016,
Congressman Rob
Bishop got approval of
H.R. 5780, the Utah Public Lands Initiative, on
a party-line vote by his
Natural Resources Committee. The bill would
steal more than 100,000
acres of the Ute Indian
Tribe’s Reservation lands
Congress is on break but hearing reads.
memo wrongly credits
for the State of Utah
the Southern Ute Tribe
the House Committee on The hearing memo cites
and impact the Tribe’s
Natural Resources will
an ongoing controversy
of Colorado with filing
sovereignty, jurisdiction
be at work at a field hear- over hydraulic fracturthe lawsuit that led to the
and water rights across
ing on Tuesday.
injunction.
ing as one of the "major
another 300,000 acres.
The hearing takes place
The Southern Utes did
threats" to development
The Congressman rushed
in Santa Fe, New Mexifile a lawsuit against the
in Indian Country. The
his bill through Commitco. It will focus on long- Bureau of Land Manage- fracking rule but it was
tee in record time—one
standing barriers at the
ment has asserted author- not successful in stopweek.
federal level to energy
ity to impose fracking
ping the rule. Yet the
Congressman Raul Ruiz,
development in Indian
standards on Indian land memo claims that the
the Ranking Member of
Country.
but the Ute Tribe of Utah Southern Ute lawsuit was
the Subcommittee on In"Though largely undehas secured an injunction "consolidated with sevdian, Insular and Alaska
eral other state petitions"
veloped, Indian energy
against the rule, based
Native Affairs, offered
resources hold a signifion the grounds that it is
when in fact it was the
an amendment excluding
cant potential for creatnot authorized by federal Ute Tribe's efforts that
the Tribe’s Reservation.
were responsible for the
ing jobs and revenues in Indian law.
Congressman Ruiz stated
injunction.
tribal communities and
The Ute Tribe, though,
that the bill was a “modThe omission comes
Alaska Native villages,
is curiously absent from
ern day Indian land grab”
and for increasing a
the witness list and the
that “sets a dangerous
hearing memo gives instable supply of energy
precedent for all tribes.”
correct information about
resources for the counCongressman Ruiz said
Continued on page 2
try," the memo for the
the fracking case. The
the Committee should
ENERGY
Eagle View Elementary
HOPE Squad, Fort Duchesne, Utah
The Tenth Circuit even
threatened Utah with
sanctions. In June 2015,
Court stated, “A system
of law that places any
value on finality — as
any system of law worth
its salt must — cannot
allow intransigent litigants to challenge settled
decisions year after year,
decade after decade, until
they wear everyone else
out.”
During the Committee
meeting, Congressman
Bishop attempted to spin
Having lost in court,
Congressman Bishop
the Court’s conclusions
as addressing only “jurisis now attempting to
diction” and not “ownertake the Tribe’s land
ship.” He avoids the real
by legislation. The bill
would overturn 40 years issue. Only Congress
of decisions by the Tenth can take title to a tribe’s
Circuit Court of Appeals lands. Congress has
and the U.S. Supreme
never taken that action.
Court. Contrary to his
In addition, contrary to
claims, the lands are not his claim, the Tribe never
still “under litigation.”
agreed to a proposal that
In fact, the Tenth Circuit would allow the State
repeatedly held that these to take its lands until
lands were never diminished nor disestablished
and the U.S. Supreme
Court twice refused to
Continued on page 2
rehear those decisions.
THEFT
Ute Tribe continues battle
against 'modern day Indian land
grab'
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Indianz.com
The Ute Tribe
continues to garner support for efforts to stop
a "modern day Indian
land grab" from moving
forward.
Chairman Shaun
Chapoose is in Washington, D.C., this week,
meeting with top Obama
administration officials
On Monday
Grill.
positive affirmations
and fellow tribal leadSeptember 26, 2016
HOPE Squad
such as "you are amazers as the high-stakes
members Damien and
ing" "someone cares"
while their peers were
battle rages. His target
enjoying a no school day, Mataya Angel, Emmarie and "believe in yourself" is H.R.5780, the Utah
members of Eagle View's and Gabrielle Pike along on the Ute Crossing side- Public Lands Initiative
HOPE Squad spent their with their siblings Caige walks. Patrons who were Act, a controversial bill
time bringing awareness and Sophie spent nearly
coming to the Crossing
that transfers 100,000
three hours recreating the
to suicide prevention,
acres from his people's
thanks to the manageHOPE Squad and Eagle
reservation to the state of
Continued on page 3
ment at Ute Crossing
View logos and writing
Utah.
HOPE SQUAD
vote for his amendment
“to protect the sovereignty, dignity, land, resources, and cultural heritage”
of the Tribe.
Months ago former
Assistant Secretary for
Indian Affairs, Kevin
Washburn, saw right
through the proposal. In
an Albuquerque Journal
column he wrote that
Congressman Bishop’s
land grab was “punishment” and a “cynical and
vindictive strategy.”
"I have an obligation as
a tribal leader to stand
and protect my tribe,"
Chapoose said at the
Interior Department -where Cabinet officials
were taking part in a
meeting of the White
House Council on Native
American Affairs -- on
Tuesday, just a day after
he attended the White
House Tribal Nations
Conference.
Chapoose said H.R.5780
has been "rushed through
the process" -- a statement borne out by recent
actions on Capitol Hill.
Barely a week after an
emotional hearing during
which the Ute Tribe was
not allowed to testify,
Republicans advanced
the bill over the objections of Democrats, who
warned that it could set a
dangerous precedent for
all of Indian Country.
"There sat us, the Ute
Tribe, residents of the
state of Utah, not allowed to speak,"
Chapoose said of the
September 14 hearing.
The tribe's criticism of
H.R.5780 has clearly irritated Rep. Rob Bishop
(R-Utah), the bill's sponsor. Bristling at the phase
LAND GRAB
Continued on page 2
Ute Bulletin Page 2
THEFT
News From Ute Country
October 7, 2016
ENERGY
a leader of the Southern
Ute Tribe who previously
appeared before the
panel to discuss fracking
in July 2015 and in April
2012. The Southern Utes,
while they benefit from
the injunction against
the fracking rule, are not
taking part in an appeal
regarding the injunction.
Incidentally, the thenchairwoman of the Ute
Tribe testified at the
April 2012 hearing, long
before the tribe's apparent fall from grace before
the committee.
LAND GRAB
crats believe the bill
faces a tough road ahead
as the clock winds down
on the 114th Congress.
Lawmakers are expected
to leave Washington at
the end of this week and
aren't scheduled to return
until November 14, after
the presidential election.
And President Barack
Obama could blunt a major portion of the bill by
setting aside Bears Ears a
monument.
Regardless of the political winds, Chapoose said
his people won't stop
speaking out against
H.R.5780 until their concerns are resolved.
"I'm just not just going to
put my future in anybody's hands," Chapoose
said.
"I was told, outright,
'No,'" Chapoose said last
Continued from page 1
Continued from page 1
week in Washington,
the matter is resolved in
as the Ute Tribe battles
D.C., where he attended
litigation. These matters
the Republican chairboth the White House
have already been settled
man of the committee
Tribal Nations Conferand no more litigation is
on a somewhat related
ence and a meeting of the
needed.
issue. Chairman Shaun
White House Council on
Finally, Congressman
Chapoose told Indianz.
Native American AfBishop’s claim that his
Com that he was not alfairs. Ute leaders have
bill would benefit the
lowed to testify at a hear- described the bill in
Tribe by transferring
ing last month for a bill
question -- H.R.5780, the
“billions” in subsurface
that takes 100,000 acres
Utah Public Lands Initiaminerals is simply not
from his tribe's reservative Act -- as a "modern
tion and transfers it to the day Indian land grab."
state of Utah, all under
As that fight continthe guise of promoting
ues, the committee will
About the Ute Indian Tribe - The Ute Indian Tribe resides on the Uintah and Ouray energy development.
instead be hearing from
Reservation in northeastern Utah. Three bands of Utes comprise the Ute Indian
Tribe: the Whiteriver Band, the Uncompahgre Band and the Uintah Band. The
possible step to present
Tribe has a membership of more than three thousand individuals, with over half
it to him, hopefully to
living on the Uintah and Ouray Reservation. The Ute Indian Tribe operates its own
Continued on page 2
make him change directribal government and oversees approximately 1.3 million acres of trust land which
"land
grab"
as
"personaltion on it."
contains significant oil and gas deposits. The Tribal Business Committee is the
ly offensive," he accused The controversy over the
governing council of the Tribe.
Ute leaders of failing
"land grab" has come as
to respond to his staff's
somewhat of a surprise.
inquiries for more than a Prior to this month's acExcerpts from Ute Indian Tribe v. Utah, 790 F.3d 1000 (10th Cir. year but Chapoose said
tivity, most of the attenthat wasn't the case.
2015)
tion has focused on proTribal leaders even met
visions affecting Bears
with Bishop during an
Ears, an area in Utah that
energy summit in Utah
numerous tribes -- inbefore the hearing and
cluding the Utes -- want
a photo published in
to see protected as a
the Ute Bulletin, the
national monument.
tribe's newspaper, shows "I just think he thought
Chapoose at the table
nobody would pay atwith the Republican.
tention," Chapoose said
Chapoose later spoke
of Bishop's efforts. "He
forcefully about his
thought, 'By the time
tribe's opposition during they figure this out, I will
the summit, according to have accomplished what
the article.
I'm after.'"
"He was fully aware that With opposition coming
we objected to the bill,"
from the Obama adminChapoose said on Tuesistration and environday. "We've taken every
mental groups, Demotrue and the Congressman knows it. First
Congress already passed
a law transferring these
minerals, and, second,
these minerals were
transferred to the Tribe
for their natural and
cultural value, not for oil
and gas development.
While the Tribe greatly
values these lands, there
is no comparison to the
billions the State would
make from the 100,000
acres stolen from Reservation lands in the
oil and gas rich Uintah
Basin.
The bill is also opposed
by the National Congress
of American Indians,
the Affiliated Tribes of
Northwest Indians, the
Rocky Mountain Tribal
Leaders Council and
many other tribes.
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October 7, 2016
News From Ute Country
Page 3 Ute Bulletin
HOPE SQUAD
Continued on page 3
stopped to admire their work and learn a little more about what the HOPE Squad is. The HOPE Squad is a group of students, selected by their peers, that provide
support, encouragement and resources to fellow students who may be struggling with suicidal and self-harm thoughts.
September is Suicide prevention awareness month. The EVE HOPE Squad and Jr. HOPE Squad have a week full of events planned to bring awareness to suicide
prevention in their school community. For more information on specific activities, please visit Eagle View Elementary's Facebook page.
Members of Eagle View's 2016-2017 HOPE Squad (6th through 8th grade) are: Maria Alanis, Mataya Angel, Knealle Bullethead, Takota Lee, Gabrielle Pike, Kasi
Winn, Damien Angel, Acy Rae Cornpeach, Seeley Chapoose, Emmarie Pike, Tyson Robb, Nehemiah Alanis, McKye Davis, Brooklynne Hogan, Peyton Murray,
Alexy Mortensen, and Cierra Robb.
Members of Eagle View's 2016-2017 Jr. HOPE Squad (4th & 5th grade) are: Shon Cook, Kendlee Foster, Bradi Laursen, Erias Nez, Makaylee Riding, Lemmy Taveapont, Makaylynn Brock, Erickson Big Eagle, Caige Hinshaw, Lillian Pugurd, America Robledo, GJ Trujillio.
For more information on HOPE Squads visit http://hope4utah.com/hope-squad/
Submitted by Janae L. Pike
San Miguel County hosts an Indigenous Peoples Day of healing and education
TELLURIDE -- A great injustice happened 135 years ago. The San Juan Mountains which the Ute people called home were opened up for settlement by the U.S.
military. Against their will, the various Ute bands were removed to reservations in Colorado and Utah.
In an effort to address this historic injustice and begin a process of reconciliation, San Miguel County has called for, and together with the Towns of Mountain Village and Telluride, is sponsoring an Indigenous Peoples Day Oct. 8th.
“Roland McCook and I are hoping for a community day of healing,” said event co-organizer San Miguel County Commissioner Art Goodtimes. “We want to provide
local citizens living in these mountains with a greater understanding of some of the more regrettable aspects of Colorado history and to start to build a deeper relationship with the three Ute tribes in our region.”
Saturday morning at 10 a.m. a memorial plaque will be dedicated in Placerville Park to the Nuche (Ute for “The people”). At 2 p.m., the Town of Mountain Village
will host an afternoon welcoming gathering in its Heritage Plaza, where a statue of a Ute Warrior has resided for several years. Following speeches a Ute Mountain
Ute dance group will perform.
And Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. the same troupe will dance, drum and sing in the Oak St. Mall between the Courthouse and the Sheridan Opera House – where
the Town of Telluride has erected a monument in memory of the Nuche. The main event of the day will be held in the Sheridan starting at 7 p.m.
Mayors from local municipalities will present resolutions and welcoming speeches to their Ute guests. Tribal Chairmans Manuel Heart and Clement Frost will speak,
as well as state officials, an historian, and a local archaeologist. Peter Pino from Zia Pueblo, who serves as a board member of the Native American Rights Fund in
Boulder, will be followed by Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, an Ute Mountain Ute Councilwoman and spokesperson for the Bears Ears Coalition.
“We believe,” added Goodtimes, “that this initial gathering may become an annual way of promoting cultural and social exchanges among Tribal members and
County citizens.”
All three events are free to the public. Donations on behalf of the event can be made at the Indigenous Peoples Day GoFundMe site.
Special thanks goes out to Ute Mountain Ute Chairman Manuel Heart and Councilwoman Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk; Southern Ute Councilman Mike Olguin and
staffers Sunshine Whyte and Robert Ortiz; Ute Indian Tribe staffer Charlotte Navanick; Colorado Commission on Indian Affairs Director Ernest House, Jr.; historian
Peter Decker; San Miguel County officials and staff, especially Commissioners Joan May, Amy Levek, and the late Elaine Fischer, Administrator Lynn Black, Open
Space & Recreation Department director Janet Kask and Jerud Butler of the San Miguel County Road & Bridge Department; the Towns of Mountain Village, Telluride,
Ophir, Norwood and Sawpit, especially Mountain Village councilperson Laila Benitez and John Wontrobski of the Telluride Parks & Rec Department; Robert Stenhammer and the Telluride Ski & Golf Company; Tom Mann & Grassroots Masonry; Sarah Landeryou and the Wilkinson Library, the Peaks Resort & Spa; the Sheridan
Opera House; the late Ophir Mayor David Glynn – who was the original elected official to reach out to the Ute tribes; our 21 GoFundMe supporters; our volunteers
and lodging providers; and most of all our local citizens who support San Miguel County’s Reconciliation project and Indigenous Peoples Day
TRIDELL FLOODING
2016
THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 18 THE UINTAH BASIN WAS HIT WITH SOME HARD RAIN WHICH CAUSED
NUMEROUS DAMAGES TO ROADS WAYS AND HOMES
ALTHOUGH NO ONE WAS HURT WE ALL HAD AN ADVENTUROUS TIME TRYING TO GET AROUND.
Photos Submitted by: Jackie Tapoof
News From Ute Country
Ute Bulletin Page 4
October 7, 2016
HUNTING THE U&O REZ
JANELL SERAWOP
SHANE SERAWOP & KIDS
HELEN CESSPOOCH-SOLORZANO
JODYCOLOROW & HER FATHER
EVERETT COLOROW
SMITTY KOWCHEE
JACLYN REDFOOT WITH HER FIRST
ANTELOPE
KC McCOOK
WALKER SERAWOP
MARCY ARROWCHIS
LEROY CESSPOOCH
BRUCE PARGEETS
JUDY PARGEETS
RANDELL CUCH
October 7, 2016
News From Ute Country
At the Uintah River High
School, in the Commons
Area. Class is taught by May
Mountain.
PUBLIC NOTICE:
Bring a potluck of your
To all Tribal Members choice.
and others: this is a reminder
to those individuals who
NEWS UPDATE
picked up a “Voter Registra- FROM PRIME TIME
tion Form”, for the upcom4 KIDS, LITTLE
ing “General Election” on BLOSSOM CENTER:
November 8, 2016, for the FREE developmental evaluPresidential, State, County ations for children birth to 33
Candidates, etc. If you are months. Evaluation testing
going to take it in person, includes:
the deadline is November • Gross motor
1, 2016, or if you are going • Fine motor
to mail it in the deadline is • Self-help
October 11, 2016.
• Social emotional skills
Hers is the address:
• Receptive & Expressive
• Uintah County Clerk, 147 language
East Main Street, Vernal, • Hearing and Vision
Utah 84078,
Screening
• Duchesne County Clerk, Business hours: Monday734 North Center Street, Thursday from 8:00 am to
Duchesne, Utah 84021
4:00 pm.
This is a very important Elec- For more information please
tion, as Native American we call: (435) 722-5654
need to exercise our rights by
getting involved and voting.
UTE NEWS
ATTENTION: BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, U&O AGENCY
OF FORT DUCHESNE:
Is hosting an Open House,
Thursday, October 20, 2016,
from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.
The Uintah and Ouray Agency has undergone a redesign
of office space that will assist
the agency in fulfilling our
roles with proficiency and
improved communication.
The Agency continues to be
committed to transparency,
professionalism and stewardship in meeting our Trust
responsibilities.
The Agency will be hosting
an Open House for the community to come and visit
the new office. Everyone is
welcome to meet agency personnel, ask questions and get
familiar with the work we do
and the service we provide to
individual Indian Allottees,
the Ute Tribe and the Skull
Valley Band of Goshutes.
ATTENTION: SAN
MIGUEL COUNTY
AND THE TOWNS
OF MOUNTAIN VILLAGE AND TELLURIDE PRESENT: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
DAY.
Saturday, October 8, 2016.
San Miguel County, Colorado, would like to invite
Tribal members to a day of
Healing and Education.
10:00 am – Placerville Park
– Dedication of Memorial
Plaque
2:00 pm – Heritage Plaza/Mt.
Village –Welcome ceremony.
6:30 pm. – Oak St. Mall/Telluride – Dance & Drum group
7:00 pm, - To bring a close to
the day’s events, an evening
of speeches of welcome will
be held at the Sheridan Opera
House in Telluride, from local government officials, as
well as talks on Ute issues
in Utah and Colorado from
representatives from the
three Ute Tribes, Colorado
Commission on Indian Affairs Director Ernest House
Jr., Native American Rights
Fund Director, Peter Pino
Bears Ears Advocate, Regnia Lopez-Whiteskunk and
others.
All events will be free and
open to the public.
For more information, please
contact Commissioner: Art
Goodtimes @ (970) 7290220, or [email protected]
UPDATE FROM THE
UTE LANGUAGE
CLASS:
Let’s take time to learn our
Ute Language, and keep our
heritage going and alive.
We are having Ute Language
classes again every Wednesday evenings at 5:00 pm.
HEAD START UPDATE:
Ute Indian Tribe Head Start
Parent Meeting schedule as
of October 3, 2016.
Oct. 4th Myton Center at 5:30
pm, At the Center
Oct. 5th – Whiterocks Center
at 3:30 pm at the Center
Oct. 11th – Little Mesa at
5:15 pm, At the Center
Oct. 12th – Four Winds Center at 3:45 pm, at the Center
Home Base is not scheduled
for Parent Meeting yet.
Head Start program has PC
member and Parent Committee in place
For more information contact: Darlene King @ 7224866.
ACTIVITES COMING-UP FOR PAINTED HORSE DIABETES PROGRAM:
1.Kickboxing, every Mondays, class at Head Start bldg,
at 5:30 – 6:30 pm.
2.Zumba, every Tuesdays
and Thursdays at Head Start
building at 5:00 – 6:30 pm.
3.Cross Training – Every
Wednesday at the Head Start
bldg, from 5-6:00 pm.
4.October 12th -Family
Chef Series: for more information contact: Shaye
Wopsock @ 725-4912, or
725-4914.
5.October 20th – Health
Fair: Painted Horse will be
at Roosevelt Senior Center
from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
come on over and check out
all the fun, information and
activities.
6.October 21st - Food
Demo: at Painted Horse at
10:00 am.
7.October 22nd - Pumpkin
Walk: at 10:00 am, at the Fort
Duchesne gym. Dress up and
have fun and everyone will
get a free Pumpkin.
8.October 27th – Zombie
Fun Run, at Uintah River
High School.
9. October 29th – Halloween
Carnival: at the Fort Duchesne gym.
For more information, call
725-4912, or 725-4916.
UPDATE FROM
THE UTE TRIBE
SENIOR CITIZEN
PROGRAM:
ACTIVITIES COMING UP:
w.
Oct. 17th – Center with
Closed
Oct. 18th - Senior Information meeting at 11:00 am to
12:00 pm.
Oct 31st - Seniors Halloween
Luncheon
November General Council
Meeting – NO MEALS on
this day.
Nov. 15th – Senior Thanksgiving Luncheon
Nov. 22nd – NO MEALS,
due to Headstart Mini-Powwow.
Nov. 24th -Senior Center
Closed.
Dec. 6th – Senior Christmas
Luncheon
Dec. 7th & 8th – Senior Craft
Fair, from 9am to 4pm.
Bring your own tables &
chairs. All are welcome.
SENIOR MEAL SERVICE:
Meal service is from 11:30
am to 12:30 pm. Monday
thru Thursday except Holidays. Remember we don’t
have meals when the tribe is
sponsoring activities/meetings this is so staff can attend.
SENIOR WINTER
HEATING PROGRAM:
or business dinner for the
upcoming holidays please
consider the Ute Crossing
Grill and Events Center as
the place to host your special
occasion.
If you have any questions
regarding these upcoming
events, or to book catering
services or the conference
rooms, please call Events Coordinator: Carlene Natchees
@ (801) 440-3867, or 7254274.
JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS
WITH UTE INDIAN
TRIBE:
For the week of September
27, TO OCTOBER 11, 2016
(NOTE: Tribal Preference
will be exercised)
Transit – Bus Driver
Head Start – Cook, & Home
Visitor
Building Rehab. – Laborer
Security – Security Officer
Water System – Director
Fish & Wildlife – Conservation Officer
Education/URHS – Social
Studies Teacher
Fish & Wildlife – Range
Tech/Bison 1
Closing date for this job announcement is OCTOBER
11, 2016.
For more information contact: Human Resources @
725-4009.
1.All general rules will remain
2.Application must be filled
out.
3. Designated Winter months
for help is from October,
November, December 2016
& January 2017.
4. Only three (3) times assistance will be allowed and/or
budget limit. All clients are
responsible for bring in there
heating bill.
5.ONLY ONE – (1) Company will be paid as written
in Resolution #98-247
(Even if this program is
forwarded a bill from the
Business Committee, Administration, or other. Only
One Company will be paid)
6. Only one home can receive
assistance – No moving
JOB ANNOUCEMNET
around.
WITH UTE TRIBE
2016 Senior Heating application are available October ENTERPRISES LLC:
2016 – January 2017.
Ute Tribal Enterprises, LLC,
is currently accepting apDON’T FORGET: THE plication for the following
CANCER SUPPORT positions:
Ute Plaza Supermarket:
GROUP MEETING:
Cancer Support Group meets (1) Part-Time Cashier
every second Thursday of For more information coneach month at the Villa in tact: Uleeta Myore @ (801)
Roosevelt. Next meeting 455-6061
is Thursday, October 13th Ute Crossing Grill:
2016. Beginning at 6:00 pm. (2) Line Cooks (Food Service Experience Preferred)
For more information conOCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE tact: Dana Locke @ (801)
633-8656
MONTH:
Copy of these job descripTHEME: “YOU HAVE THE tions and application forms
STRENGHT WITHIN YOU are available at the front desk
WALK IN BEAUTY”
of Ute Tribal Enterprises,
Oct. 11th - Duchesne County LLC, or at the location of
VOCA Program – Movie & business.
Program.
For more information, please
Oct. 13th – Ute Family call us (435) 722-3136, or
Services - Carnival, from stop by any location.
5-7:00 pm.
Oct. 14th - Annual DomesBULLETIN
tic Violence Conference, in
DEADLINES:
Vernal.
The
next
Bulletin deadline
Oct. 17th – Ute Indian Tribedate:
Thursday,
October 13,
VOCA – Movie & Speaker
2016
Oct. 18th
- Utah Legal
Bulletin will be out Friday,
Services
Oct. 19th - Elder Abuse – October 21, 2016.
Speaker: Patrick B., lunch Please, submit your articles
will be served and Corsage and photos to the Ute Bulletin
Office, Or to Kermit Wop& Buttons
Oct. 22nd - Painted Horse sock @[email protected]
– Pumpkin Walk from 10 com, or Charlotte Navanick
@ [email protected]
am – 12 pm.
Oct. 26th – Intimate Partner com.
Oct. 27th – Uintah River
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High School Spirit Week –
REMINDER:
Zombie-Run/Walk
Oct. 29th - Ute Tribe Recre- Please submit your Radio
ation Center, will host Hal- News to the Ute Bulletin/
Public Relation Department,
loween Carnival.
Oct. 31st – Head Start Trick before 9:00 am, on Tuesday
r Treat, at Richardson’s Park. morning.
For information contact: If you missed any portion of
Prosecution, & Probation this program, you can view
Department @ 722-4893, or Ute News at www.utetribe.
com.
722-4904.
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PRISES, LLC:
October 6 & 20th – Bingo,
at Ute Crossing..
October 18th – Monster
Themed Cake decorating, at
Ute Crossing Grill.
October 21st – Food Handlers class will be held at the
Ute Crossing Event Center.
October 28th – Ute Crossing Grill Annual Halloween
Carnival at 6:00 pm.
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UTE BULLETIN
Please submit your address changes/updates to the
Ute Bulletin office. If you have moved, had your mail
stopped, or have changed between a post office box
and a physical address please let us know. You may
submit changes by calling (435)-725-4940, via email
to anyone on our staff, or by sending a notice to Ute
Bulletin P.O. Box 100 Fort Duchesne, Utah 84026.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Ute Tribal Juvenile Court, of the Uintah and Ouray
Reservation, Fort Duchesne, Utah
Ute Tribe in the interest of M.C. dob December 13, 1998.
Person under the age of 18 years. Case No. CW 026-13.
Judge William Reynolds.
TO: Kelcey Cuch, Natural Father of the Child. Ute Tribal
Court, Fort Duchesne, Utah.
A trial concerning the Petition Modify Guardianship/
Garnishment of the above named child is pending in this
Court and an adjudication will be made which includes
the granting of an order for the garnishment of your Tribal
Dividend for the support of the child to listed in this notice
to the current guardian, Jasanna Cuch. A copy of the Petition Modify Guardianship/Garnishment may be obtained
by contacting the Ute Tribe Juvenile Court P.O. Box 190
Fort Duchesne, Utah 84026, or the Petitioner Jasanna Cuch
You are required to answer the petition within 20 days of the
receipt of this notice, or a default judgment will be entered
against you. You are hereby summoned to appear for trial
before this Court on November 15, 2016 at 9:00 am in the
Courtroom at Fort Duchesne. If you fail to appear you will
be defaulted and the requested relief granted to the Plaintiff
pursuant to the Law and Order Code. Dated this 4th day of
October,2016. Published in Ute Bulletin.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Ute Tribal Juvenile Court, of the Uintah and Ouray
Reservation, Fort Duchesne, Utah
Ute Tribe in the interest of A.M.C. dob December 16, 2001.
Person under the age of 18 years. Case No. CW 64-15. Judge
William Reynolds.
TO: Nelson Colorow, Natural Father of the Child. Ute Tribal
Court, Fort Duchesne, Utah.
A trial concerning the custody and Guardianship of the above
named child is pending in this Court and an adjudication
will be made which includes the granting of the custody and
guardianship of the child to listed in this notice to a third
party. A copy of the Petition for Guardianship of Minor may
be obtained by contacting the Ute Tribe Juvenile Court P.O.
Box 190 Fort Duchesne, Utah 84026, or Ute Family Services
Attorney Cleve Hatch at P.O. Box 925, Fort Duchesne, Utah
84026 You are required to answer the petition within 20 days
of the receipt of this notice, or a default judgment will be
entered against you. You are hereby summoned to appear
for trial before this Court on December 13, 2016 at 9:00 am
in the Courtroom at Fort Duchesne. If you fail to appear you
will be defaulted and custody and guardianship awarded to
another pursuant to the Law and Order Code. Dated this
4th day of October,2016. Published in Ute Bulletin.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Ute Tribal Juvenile Court, of the Uintah and Ouray
Reservation, Fort Duchesne, Utah
Ute Tribe in the interest of A.R. dob May 17, 2002 and A.R.
dob January 14, 2005. Persons under the age of 18 years. Case
No. CW 019-11 and CW 060-12. Judge William Reynolds.
TO: Jayleen May Checora , Natural Mother of the children.
John Robert Renwick, Natural Father of the children, Ute
Tribal Court, Fort Duchesne, Utah.
A trial concerning the custody of the above named children
is pending in this Court and an adjudication will be made
which includes the termination or suspension of your parental rights and the transfer of custody and guardianship
of the children listed in this notice. A copy of the Verified
complaint may be obtained by contacting the Ute Tribe
Juvenile Court or by contacting the Ute Family Services
Attorney P.O. Box 925, Fort Duchesne, Utah 84026. You
are required to answer the petition within 20 days of the
receipt of this notice, or a default judgment will be entered
against you. You are hereby summoned to appear for trial
before this Court on November 15, 2016 at 9:00 am in the
Courtroom at Fort Duchesne. If you fail to appear you will
be defaulted and your parental rights to your children will be
terminated pursuant to the Law and Order Code. Dated this
28th day of September,2016. Cleve Hatch Ute Tribe Family
Services Attorney. 435-725-2844 Published in Ute Bulletin.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Ute Tribal Juvenile Court, of the Uintah and Ouray
Reservation, Fort Duchesne, Utah
Ute Tribe in the interest of M.W.T. dob November 8, 2011.
Person under the age of 18 years. Case No. CW 24-12. Judge
William Reynolds.
TO: Brenda Cassa , Natural Mother of the child and to
Urshel Tohannie, Natural Father of the Child. Ute Tribal
Court, Fort Duchesne, Utah.
A trial concerning the custody and Guardianship of the above
named child is pending in this Court and an adjudication
will be made which includes the granting of the custody and
guardianship of the child to listed in this notice to Valena
E. Nhuy. A copy of the Petition for Guardianship of Minor
may be obtained by contacting the Ute Tribe Juvenile Court
or Valena E. Nhuy at P.O. Box 335, Fort Duchesne, Utah
84026. You are required to answer the petition within 20
days of the receipt of this notice, or a default judgment
will be entered against you. You are hereby summoned to
appear for trial before this Court on December 6, 2016 at
9:00 am in the Courtroom at Fort Duchesne. If you fail to
appear you will be defaulted and custody and guardianship
awarded to Valena E. Nhuy pursuant to the Law and Order
Code. Dated this 28th day of September,2016. Valena Nhuy
435-650-0370 Published in Ute Bulletin.
Ute Bulletin Page 6
News From Ute Country
LOVED ONES AT PEACE
October 7, 2016
Domestic Violence & Bullying
Awareness Month
We will be having a Domestic Violence Conference
called “Journey from Abuse to Empowerment” on
Wednesday, October 19, at the Ute Crossing Convention Center starting at 9:00 am to 4:00 p.m. Various
presenters will talk about: Empowerment, Healthy Relationship Building, Assault/Bullying, Historic Trauma,
and Resources 101. This event is being sponsored by
several tribal departments, Health Education, Victims
of Crime, Painted Horse, Prosecution & Probation, and
outside agencies from: Tri-county health, Restoring
Ancestral Winds, and Utah Domestic Violence Coalition. *Lunch will be provided
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
MARLANE ANKERPONT &
There will be a presentation at the tribal office on
Thursday, 10/27 about Breast Cancer and importance of
DAYLYNN CUCH
prevention screening. A booth will be set-up at tribal
office to sign-up women for mammogram screens.
Marlane Ankerpont, age 33, and her son Daylynn Cuch, age 11, of Whiterocks, were killed in an au- There will be a lot of great information available.
tomobile accident on September 18, 2016, while on their way to church in Whiterocks.
For more information, please call Rozanna Padilla,
Marlane was born November 20, 1982, in Roosevelt, to Marshall Adams and Lolita Ankerpont, and then Health Education Director at 725-4987.
was adopted by Danny and Carol Iorg. She has been the companion of Leander Cuch for 12 years.
Daylynn Cuch was born September 5, 2005, in Roosevelt, to Leander Lee Cuch and Marlane Ankerpont.
United States Department of the Interior
Marlane went to school and achieved her Child Development Associates and was going to school for her
Bureau of Indian Affairs
bachelors. She worked at the Ute Tribe Headstart as a teacher and in the Tribal Daycare. She loved the
Uintah
and Ouray Agency
kids, was well respected by all with whom she worked, and was very organized. She was a Pow Wow
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dancer, played Handgames and was a singer, and was good at beadwork. She made delicious meals and
Fort
Duchesne,
Utah
was often the host for all of the major holidays. One of her favorite things to do was sing karaoke and
dance with Daylynn. She was a loving mother who adored spending time with her family. She and LeOpen House
ander made sure they always had a date night, and her infectious laugh, kindness and happy personality
Thursday, October 20, 2016
will be what everyone will remember.
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Daylynn was a fun and loving brother and son. He was a major hip hop dancer, played every sport,
grass dancer at Pow Wows, and video-gamer – often beating his Uncle Lincoln and his brother Blane on The Uintah and Ouray Agency has undergone a redesign of
every game they played. He competed in the Tri-Ute games in archery, football, basketball, and T-Ball. office space that will assist the agency in fulfilling our roles
His aspirations were to be a video game creator and a postman. He had a big heart and a special aura with proficiency and improved communication. The Agency
that made you love him. He was kind and respectful to his sisters, often making sure their needs were continues to be committed to transparency, professionalism
and stewardship in meeting our Trust responsibilities.
met first.
Marlane and Daylynn were much loved and will truly be missed.
They are survived by their husband and father, Leander Cuch; children and siblings, Blane, Mckayla The Agency will be hosting an Open House for the community
to come and visit the new office. Everyone is welcome to
Rosalee, Raven Winterbreeze, Evelyn Gweneth “Dottie” Cuch; all of Whiterocks; Marlane’s adopted meet agency personnel, ask questions and get familiar with
father, Danny Iorg; mother, Lolita Ankerpont; sister and aunt, Sheila Iorg, grandparents, Curtis & Ger- the work we do and the service we provide to Individual
aldine Cuch; Gwen Cuch; Eloise & Keith Adams; in-laws and aunts and uncles, Geraldina & Adrian Indian Allottees, the Ute Tribe and the Skull Valley Band
Eagle Hawk, Lincoln Bush, SueAnn & Jubienal Esquivel, Doreen Colorow, Delphine Glascoe and many of Goshutes.
nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
They were preceded in death by Marlane’s adopted mother, Carol; and her biological father, Marshall We look forward to visiting with you all!
Adams.
Joint funeral services were held Thursday, September 22, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. at the St. Elizabeth’s
Episcopal Church in Whiterocks. Burial was in the Washington Cemetery in Whiterocks under direction
of the Hullinger Mortuary.
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