Tribes go online
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OCTOBER 16, 2000

The Southern Ute and Ute Mountain tribes in Colorado are both working at bringing their governments online.

The Southern Ute Tribe is wired but is waiting to upgrade to fiber-optic cables, which will replace its microwave towers. The Ute Mountain Tribe is also looking to upgrade all of its locations to a speedy T1 line.

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Tribal headquarters getting up to digital speed (The Denver Post 10/16)

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