Ute Indian Tribe

The Utes have a tribal membership of 2,970 and over half of its membership lives on the Reservation. They operate their own tribal government and oversee approximately 1.3 million acres of trust land. The Utes also operate several businesses including a Super Market, Gas Stations, Bowling Alley, Tribal Feedlot, Uinta River Technologies, Ute Tribal Enterprises LLC and Water Systems. Cattle raising and mining of oil and natural gas is big business on the reservation. Water Systems manager provides water and sewer needs for several communities.


The mission of the Ute Indian Tribe Red Pine Residential Treatment Center is to promote wellness and healing from the use of alcohol and drugs by providing individualized, comprehensive and culturally-based treatment and recovery services to all the Ute Tribal members of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, as well as others who may be in need of these services.


The following services are provided:
(once admitted)
  • Alcohol & Drug/Evaluation
  • Individual, Group & Traditional Therapy, using multiple approaches.
  • Male & Female Sweats
  • 12 Step & 12 Traditions
  • Medicine Wheel Concepts, Holistic Healing-Integration of Spiritual, emotional, Mental & Physical healing & Red Road Approach
  • Physical Wellness
  • Family Involvement
  • Duel Diagnoses & Co-Dependency
  • Possible School credit / computer / GED





Articles, letters to the Editor, poetry, short stories, commentaries, artwork, or photographs. Will need to be submitted to the Ute Bulletin Office by 4:30 p.m. prior to deadline date.

You can Email your information to bulletin@utetribe.com or you may Fax the information to (435)725-0368.

Friday July 25th Friday August 1st


$25.00 Per Year
24 Issues
Send Check or Money Order to:
Ute Bulletin
P.O. Box 100
FT. Duchesne, UT. 84026
For more information, call 1(435)722-8541
No Credit Cards accepted
*Tribal Members subscriptions are FREE. You do need to submit your address.*



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The Ute Tribe Fish and Wildlife Department (F&WD) cooperatively manages over 4 million acres of natural resources in the Uintah Basin.  In addition to conservation of native species, endangered species, game species and preservation of habitat; the F&WD offers various sporting opportunities to both tribal and non tribal members.



Each year, the F&WD makes available big game, waterfowl, upland game, fishing, camping and boating permits to non tribal members throughout the reservation. Non member fishing and camping permits are available through the F&WD- Fisheries Department and at the Ute Plaza Grocery Store, located at 7750 E. US HWY 40, Ft. Duchesne, Utah 84026. (435) 722-3282.