Ute Indian Tribe

UTE NEWS FOR THE WEEK OF

MAY 14, 2018

Good Morning” My friends and relatives

ATTENTION:

New time for the Ute Radio News on KNEU 1250, is 9:00 am

Please submit your Radio News on Monday NO Later them 12:00 am

Submit your news to gwenitap@utetribe.com

PUBLIC NOTICE:

THE CHR DEPARTMENT: has moved to the Old Senior Building in Fort Duchesne which is called the (Tri-Health) Building. The office staff can be reached at the same phone number the public is welcome to stop in and see the New Building.

BREAST CANCER MAMMONVAN:

Friday June 15, 2018 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at IHS-Journey into Wellness Parking Lot to Schedule your appointment or for more call Rozanna 435-725-4987 or Julie at 435-725-6806

YOGA CLASSES ON THURSDAY @ 5:00 PM at Senior Building.

UTE TRIBE DOMESTIC VOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM:

Has moved to the newly renovated old senior citizens building next to the senior department enter at the south end of the building.

NEW NUMBER:

Devonne Murdock Director

Office: 435-725-4223 cell number: 435-8230521

Francine Pete, Lead Victim Advocate:

Office: 435-725-4221 cell number: 435-823-0538

Linda Artica: Victim Advocate

Office 435-725-4220 cell number: 435-823-2211

UPDATE FROM UTE TRIBE HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT:

All Interested Ute Tribal Member:

The Ute Tribe Higher Education Office is now accepting application for those individual who would like to attend college this Fall Semester 2018 DEADLINE: JUNE 30, 2018

IF YOU NEED AN APPLICATION PACKET:

Please stop by the Ute Tribe Higher Education Office, locate in the Education Building on the hill for further information you may contact: High Education Department @ (435) 722-2332 or Bettina Redfoot (435-725-4082 or by FAX (435) 722-0811.

UTE TRIBE’S SUMMER SCHOOL 2018:

Summer School applications are now available at Ute Education Department Office please be advised that we will not accept scanned or faxed applications. You will need to bring it to the UIT Education-Dept. to get it verified and stamped due to first come first served. For more information contact: Korin Shavanaux @ (435) 4025-4088.

UPDATE FROM KING’S PEAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

2018-2019 Little Miss King’s Peak Elementary Native American Traditional Pageant is opened to girls K-4th Grades, Elementary application can be picked up from King’s Peak front office DEADLINE: MAY 4TH . No late applications. Can be dropped off King’s Peak Elementary front office. Traditional pageant May 23th 2018. At 6:00 pm held in the auditorium for more information contact RoseMary Black @ 435-725-4630 or 435-725-4624.

UPDATE FORM THE PEES-CHEU DAYCARE PROGRAM:

The Pees-Cheu is now taking application for Sumer Child Care for 3-12 years old. Child care assistance is available for low-income Native American Families. If you have any questions call the child care Office @ 435-722-8390 or 435-722-8381

DONATION NEEDED:

The Daycare is gearing up for the summer and will be opening two classrooms located at Little Mesa Head Center.

Lil’ Hawk’s – Ages 5-6 years old

Lil” Ute – Ages 7-12 years old

ITEMS NEEDED: Assorted Toys, Cars, Dolls, Block, etc. (NO stuffed animals) and Children’s books. Your donations is very much appreciated. If you have any question please call the Daycare @ (435) 722-8390 – (435) 722-83

UPDATE-COMING SLASSES, OFFERED FROM UTE FAMILY SERVICES:

2018 summer class 5 week session parenting the Love & Logic Way for the month of June & July this will be on Friday’s at the Ute Tribe Family Services from 10:00 – 12:00 noon

Friday June 22th – Putting an End to Arguing, Back Talk, & Begging

Friday June 29th – Teaching Kids to Listen…… the First Time.

Friday July 6th – NO CLASS

Friday July 13th – Avoiding Power – Struggles

Friday July 20th – Setting Limits without losing their LOVE

Friday July 27th – What to do when your kids leave you speechless.

For more information contact: Tom Jenks @ 435-725-2851.

UTE INDIAN TRIBE RECREATION DEPARTMENT YOUTH CHEER PROGRAM:

Lil’ Ute Cheer Squad is for girls & boys ages K-12 grade registration MAY 1th to MAY 31th 2018 Registration forms are available at the Fort Duchesne Gym or you can contact Tamra or Sam

Mandatory Parent and Cheerleader meeting at the gym JUNE 5th 2018 at 5:00 pm for more information contact: Tamra @ 435-722-7003 or Sam @ 435-823-1621

ATTENTION: Tri-Ute Coaches and Chaperones Please plan on attending Basic First Aid & Stop Bleeding Training on May 15, 2018 at 10:00 am at Tribal Auditorium.

UPDATE FROM UTE LANGUARGE DEPARTMENT:

Ute Language Department Nooahpahgteeh-eeh Logo Contest the Ute language department is looking for designs that reflect Ute Language Speaking teaching Ute Ways understanding of one’s self and honoring our ancestors. 1 Prize will be $200 plus item w/logo deadline: THURSDAY MAY 17TH 2018. @ 4:30 PM

Design will be chosen by Ute Language Committee Members. Ute Language Classes on Wednesday @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm for more information contact: Rowena Reed @ 435-722-2331.

UTE INDIAN TRIBE EDUCATION VENITA K TAVEAPONT MEMORIAL LIBRARY:

Is presenting beginner beading class. We will not be accepting online sign – up or through emails

CLASSES:

Tuesdays 1-6:00 pm Wednesday 10:00 am _ 6:00 pm also the class is free

Regular Library Hours Tuesdays-Fridays 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Library will be closeted from May 14th to 18th 2018.

 

UPDATE FROM PAINTED HORSE DIABETES PROGRAM:

Painted Horse Offices Hours:

Offices Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

GYM HOURS: Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm and Friday’s 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Please be aware events may change all our activities are free to the communities for more information contact Painted Horse Office @ 435-725-4912 or 435-725-2916.

UPDATE DIALYSIS

Coping with Dialysis you have options dialysis class MAY 25TH 2018 at 10:00 am at the old senior building specialized nurses from University of Utah will be going over.

DIALYSIS OPTIONS

HEMODIALYSIS PRO’S AND CON’S

PERITONEAL PRO’S AND CON’S (IN-HOME)

NUTRITION

CAUSE AND EFFECTS OF BOTH OPTIONS

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND DIALYSIS PATIENTS BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND LEARN HOW YOU CAN HELP LIGHT SNACK AND WATER WILL BE PROVIDED

If you have any questions feel free to contact: Wendellena Navanick-Painted Horse Dialysis Advocate @ 435-725-4910.

 

UPDATE FROM THE UTE TRIBE SENIOR CITZENS PROGRAM:

The Senior Program is for those 55 years of ages or older and enrolled member of the Ute Indian Tribe

MAY ACTIVITES;

May 28th – Memorial Day will be closed

May 30th – Senior Health & Fitness, Starting @ 10:00 am

All Ute Seniors call in advance for Transportation:

Transportation scheduling is from 8:30 – 4:00 pm Monday thru Thursday except on holiday/tribal events. REMINDER: There is only one driver so please make advance scheduling is required

All Medical Transportation:

Contact the CHR Program @435-722-3011 for more information contract Ute Tribe Senior Program at @435-725-4281.

Elders who need assists with any help please call one of the following department:

Outdoors Water Problems or Trash call:

Ute Water Systems @ 435-722-5176

Home Repair or Chores Call:

Building Rehab @ 435-722-1255

Minor Home Repair Call:

Maintenance @ 435-722-2256

 

UPDATE FROM ALCOHOL/SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM

Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention Program is hosting a Talking Circle every Wednesday from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

The taking Circle is for family members or individuals impacted by drug and alcohol addiction please spread the word and invite anyone who might benefit this new service that we are now offering

Who can attend? Any Native American person impacted by addiction or family members. You do not have to be a current client to attend. Again, this is for anyone in our community for more information please call: Anthony Baza. CSW substance abuse therapist, @435-7223234.

 

REMINDER: FROM PROME TIME 4KIDS; LITTLE BLOSSOM CENTER

We offer free development evaluation for children, birth to 3 years of ages

Office hours: Monday – Thursday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

For more information please call Little Blossom Center at 435-722-5654

ATTENTION PET OWNERS:

Tribal members only! Nuzzles & Co in conjunction with soul dog and the Ute Tribe will be conduction a spay and neuter clinic for dogs and cats on May 19th & 20th 2018 its will be held at the Ute Tribe Head Started Building cost is $15:00 per animal. Dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in a carrier.

For more information contact: Darrell@nuzzlersandco:org to make your appointment.

WRESTLING CAMP:

Kaden Campbell will be hosting a 2-day wrestling camp on May 18th & 19th 2018 at Union High School This camp will be for Athletes 3rd – 12th grades. For more information, please contract Billy Danials @435-724-1401 or Shane Davis @ 435-722-7182.

 

SPRING IS HERE REMINDER ABOUT WEST NILE VIRUS:

West Nile Virus is headed our way Please help us help you

It is the goal of the Ute Indian Tribe Mosquito Abatement to provide you and your neighbors with the fines level of public health mosquito control possible.

IF YOU FLOOD IRRIAGTE YOU CAN HELP BY:

Not allowing waste water to pool and stand idle or by

Establishing and maintaining drainage lines to remove excess water and

Call the Ute Indian Tribe Water System @435-722-5176 at the beginning of each irrigation cycle

This will ensure that the abatement crew knows your wastewater will be pooling and needs immediate treatment to kill larvae in water. Call before mosquitoes can escape from standing water on your property will prevent a call later telling us the mosquitoes you have produced are making your outdoor activities unbearable.

 

BEAR DANCE SEASON;

Southern Ute Bear Dance - May 25th thru May 28th 2018

Bear Dance Corral Blessing – Friday May 25th at 10:30 am

Southern Ute Bear Dance Pow Wow – May 25th thru May 26th at Sky Ute Fairgrounds Ignacio Colo for more information contact Ramada Cloud @ 505-402-8846 Pow Wow for more information: Arts & Crafts @ 505-402-8846, food vendors @ 970-563-5541

HONORING UTE BEAR DANCE CHIEFS – THURSDAY MAY 24TH AT 9:00 AM – 12:00 NOON AT THE SOUTHERN UTE MULTI-PURPOSE FACILITIES.

Bear Dance Feast: Monday May 28th at 12:00 Noon at bear dance ground.

TRI-UTE GAMES: MAY 28TH THRU MAY 31TH 2018 Games in Ignacio Colo

 

JOB ANNOUCEMENTS: WITH UTE TRIBE INDIAN HUMAN RESOUCES

WEEK OF MAY 8 – MAY 22 2018

Natural Resource Sclerocactus plan-Seasonal Biological Technician

Ute Family Services – Guardian Ad Liem

Fish & Wildlife – Fishery Biologist 1 & Conservation Officer

Accounting – Financial Reporting Officer

Water System – Treatment Plant Operator & Meter Reader

Tribal Courts – Public Defender

Oil & Gas Realty – Realty Specialist

Fish & Wildlife Big Game Enhancement – Range Tech/Bison 1 & Wildlife Tech 1

Security – Security Officer

Head Start – Director, Assistant Teacher & Family Engagement Advocate

Building Rehab – Crew Boss Laborer

Day Care – Head Teacher 2year old classroom

Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention Program – Prevention Specialist

CHR – Director

MANDATORY CUSER SERVICE TRAINING MAY 16TH 8:30 AM – 12:00 NOON 1ST SESSION

2ND SESSION 1:00 PM -4:30 PM

BUSINESS COMMITTEE HAS REQUESTED FOR A MANDATORY TRAINING REGARDING CUSTOMER SERVICE, ALL CLERICAL STAFF/SECRETARIES MUST ATTEND ONE OF THE SESSIONS ALL OTHER STAFF WHOM WOR DIRECTLY WITH THE PUBLIC ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND.

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT FORM STUBBS & STUBBS:

Project Manager: is needed in Vernal

Need to have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record, NO DUI’S be ability to pass-employment and random drug and alcohol testing must have good command of the English Language to Communicate work references are required Must have Safeland (PEC) H25 and CPR Certifications

Closing date May 24th 2018.

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE UTE TRIBE ENTERPRISES, LLC

Career Opportunities is now accepting applications for the following positions

UTE CROSSING GRILL:

1 – Server – must be 21 yrs. old

1 – Part – Time - Hostess

1 – Part – Time – Lanes Server

1 – Part – Time – Event Hostess – Must be 21 yrs. old

2 – Part – Time Cook

For more information, please contact Billie Perry Manager @ 801-633-8656

UTE PLAZE

3- Cashiers

For more information, please contact: Joshua Jenks, Manager 801-455-6061

UTE OILFIELD WATER SERVICES:

5 – Drivers

Applicant must have Class CDL and clean MVR with a minimum of 1 year water hauling experience must have applicable knowledge of DOT, Rules and Regulations as requested for this position.

 

UTE TRIBAL ENTERPRISES LLC

1 – Part – Time Data Entry Clerk up to 20 hours a week Closing Date May 16th 2018

Assist the accounting staff of U.T.E in preparing statements for the Ute Oilfield Water Services, High School Graduate: Ability to type 40 wpm and proficient in Microsoft word

For more information, contact – Lilah S 435-722-3136 ext. 7051

 

4TH OF JULY MEMORIAL HANDGAME TOURNAMENT:

In Memory of the Late Ina Lou Chapoose June 28th open games

June 29th 3-man scramble

June 30th main tournament

July 1st 4 – man team & Kids Tournament all cash & prizes TBA

Feast

Raffle Drawing

Material Games

Give-a-way

For more information, contact:

Dan Santio 435-823-2901

Hamilton Bush 435-401-5558

All raffle items or at the Tribal Offices Showcase if you would like to purchase raffle tickets contact

UTE BULLETIN DEADLINE:

The next Bulletin deadline: Monday May 28th 2018

Bulletin will be out: May 21th 2018

Please submit your articles and photos to Ute Bulletin offices kermitw@utetribe.com or charlotten@utetribe.com or janaep@utetribe.com or reginam@utetribe.com

 

FRIENDLY REMINDER:

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RADIO NEWS TO THE UTE BULLETI/PUBLIC RELATION DEPARTMENT BEFORE 12:00 ON MONDAY AFTERNOON IF ANY RADIO NEWS COME IN AFTER 12:00 IT WILL NOT AIR UNTIL NEXT WEEK.

New Time for Ute Radio News on KNEU 1250 AM is at 9:00 am, Tuesday Morning

Don’t forget to tune into Rez News on Native Voltage 90.3 FM, Tuesday and Thursday Afternoon at 12:00 Noon.

Please submit your radio news to gwenitap@utetribe.com

If you missed any portion of this program, you can view it on Ute News at www.utetribe.com or stop by the office and pick up a copying of the radio news.

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