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Native Presence Art Gallery opens in Wisconsin Dells
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On Saturday, June 11, 2016, the Little Eagle Arts Foundation (LEAF) opened its Native Presence Art Gallery in Wisconsin Dells. The gallery featured the art of Ho-Chunk tribal member, Chris Sweet.
Adrienne Thunder has been hitting the road lately, racking up miles to attend conferences pertaining to the interests of Native American students and other minorities all over the country.
It can be stressful when botches on the job are, literally, set in stone.
“We only get one shot at it, we have to get it right,” said Jasmine Funmaker, a pre-apprentice cement mason and a mem
Newly arrived interns got a crash course in the tribe’s history and a touch of wisdom from JoAnn Jones on June 13 at the Black River Falls Chamber of Commerce.Jones, a former president and asso
A ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Thursday, June 16, symbolized the opening of a new gym dedicated to the martial art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Robert “Bobby” Bird, owner, instructor and operat