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Southern Ute Tribe elects Frost as new chairman
Friday, January 28, 2005
The Southern Ute Tribe of Colorado elected Clement C. Frost as its new chairman on Thursday.
Frost, a former chairman, won by a margin of 25 votes. His closest competitor was former vice chairwoman Pearl Casias, who wanted to be the tribe's first female leader.
Frost will serve the remaining nine months of former chairman Howard Richards' term. Richards abruptly resigned in November amid a recall attempt.
Get the Story:
Southern Utes elect ex-leader
(The Denver Post 1/28)
Frost wins Ute tribe leadership
(The Durango Herald 1/28)
Southern Ute Tribe - http://www.southern-ute.nsn.us
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