updated Fri. December 30, 2022
March 11, 2018
Cigarettes lined up in a box at Rock River Manufacturing, a subsidiary of Ho-Chunk Inc., the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska's economic development arm. ... The immediate mission was to use the tribe's economic and legal advantages to develop and operate businesses to provide jobs for tribal members,ÃâÃÂ ...
March 9, 2018
She spent much of the afternoon answering questions about funding, a major concern of the tribe. For a limited budget could prevent the committee from providing all the services it needs to. Therefore, members discussed various grants that may be available to them. LeBeau said her organization receivesÃâÃÂ ...
Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun
March 8, 2018
“I didn't realize that there hadn't been a Native women in Congress,” Davids, a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, a Native American tribe in Wisconsin, said. “I was kind of ... The next day, she will speak at the Tribal Economic Summit on how to “[navigate] tribal issues in the new administration.” “I bring aÃâÃÂ ...
Lincoln Journal Star
March 3, 2018
With $32,500 in down payment assistance from a tribal housing program, Greene and Two Bulls were able to afford the $172,000 home. ... The company began working with the Ho-Chunk Community Development Corporation (HCCDC) — a nonprofit affiliated with the Winnebago Tribe — to begin seekingÃâÃÂ ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
March 3, 2018
... we now know about a short-lived, secret society in Mankato that was bent on banishing a peaceful tribe of American Indians in 1863. Made up of Mankato civic leaders, the "Knights of the Forest" pledged "to use every exertion and influence" to remove the Ho-Chunk people — also known as WinnebagosÃâÃÂ ...
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