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(Scott Sommerdorf | The Salt Lake Tribune) The "Silent Hill" singers sing during a "straight song" during an inter-tribal dance at the Heber Valley Pow-Wow at Soldier Hollow, Sunday, June 15, 2014.
Heber Valley Pow-wow completes its ninth year at Soldier Hollow

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Jun 15 2014 05:01 pm • Last Updated Jun 15 2014 09:39 pm

The Silent Hill singers sing during an inter-tribal dance Sunday during the Heber Valley Pow-Wow, which wrapped up its three-day stay at Soldier Hollow. Each year some 3,500 people attend the powwow, where American Indian dancers, singers and drummers in handmade regalia compete for prizes. This year’s powwow featured Native American flutist and violinist Arvel Bird and mountain man Perry Boone. For more information on the powwow, go to www.heberpw.com/index.html.

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