All dressed up and ready to go

STEVE LEWIS/Durango Herald 
Tallianne Che, 6, of Bloomfield, N.M., gets ready to take part in the grand entrance Friday night with the help of her mom, Melody Che, at the start of the 92nd Southern Ute Fair Powwow in Ignacio. More than 400 tribal dancers are coming from all over the U.S. and Canada, said Joyceann Delaware-Ford, Southern Ute Powwow committee chairperson. “It’s a time to dance and enjoy life,” Delaware-Ford said. The powwow will continue through Sunday at the Sky Ute Fairgrounds. Enlarge photo

STEVE LEWIS/Durango Herald Tallianne Che, 6, of Bloomfield, N.M., gets ready to take part in the grand entrance Friday night with the help of her mom, Melody Che, at the start of the 92nd Southern Ute Fair Powwow in Ignacio. More than 400 tribal dancers are coming from all over the U.S. and Canada, said Joyceann Delaware-Ford, Southern Ute Powwow committee chairperson. “It’s a time to dance and enjoy life,” Delaware-Ford said. The powwow will continue through Sunday at the Sky Ute Fairgrounds.