Memorial Day Closure on Monday

Memorial Day Closure on Monday

In observance of Memorial Day, the PITU Administration Offices and all FourPoints Health Clinics will be closed on Monday, May 27. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 28.

Calling All 10th, 11th, and 12th Graders!

Calling All 10th, 11th, and 12th Graders!

Let us help you prepare for college. The 2024 PITU College Prep Camp will include great mentors, college tours, fun activities, and more. Don't wait! Register now. For more information and to register, scan the QR code or click here.

Get Some Peace of Mind This Thursday

Get Some Peace of Mind This Thursday

Emergencies won't wait for you, so don't wait for an emergency to get prepared. Attend the 72-Hour Kit Assembly event on May 30, and take home a free 72-hour kit for your family. Spaces are limited. Register here.

Pow-Wow Announcements

Pow-Wow Announcements

There have been some changes to the events lineup since we first posted the flyer in Every Friday. The new host drum will be Wild Rose, and the Charles Family special contest on Saturday has been canceled. To see the updated flyer, click here, and to see other flyers...

Celebrate Being a Nung’Wu Tangwat

Celebrate Being a Nung’Wu Tangwat

CALLING ALL UNCLES! Join us for the PITU Tangwats Davaputs (Men's Day) celebration on Saturday, June 15. Come learn about our ancestors and all-things Nung'wu Tangwats!Note: Because this will be at the shooting range, uncles ages 16 & 17 will require adult male...

Important Reminder!

Important Reminder!

If you're heading to college in the fall, don't forget that Tribal Scholarship applications for Fall Semester are due June 30. For more information, click here.

Job Opportunities!

Job Opportunities!

Click any of the links for more information. Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah - Member Services Billing Coordinator, Full-Time and Part-Time Custodians, and more! AZCC Grand Canyon Desert View District - Indigenous Interpretation Internships

Paiute Plant of the Month

Paiute Plant of the Month

The Paiute Plant of the Month is the silver buffaloberry – Opeev’ (Click here for the pronunciation.) Native Americans ate the berries raw or dried them for colder seasons. Dried berries were often mixed with dried meat, sunflowers, or other native seeds like amaranth...