By Ken Luchterhand Christmas is a time of giving, of families and good times. To make that Christmas morning a little brighter for underprivileged children, employees of Ho-Chunk...
By Ken Luchterhand By the looks of it, the Ho-Chunk Nation is going green. To save energy, save money and brighten everyone’s day, the Maintenance Department at the Tribal...
Ho-Chunk Woga on its way to br...1
LED bulbs installed for energy...2
A Message to the Hoocak People...3
By Ken Luchterhand Lila Greengrass Blackdeer has a talent she hopes won’t be lost. She’s a black ash basket maker and she’s been teaching many Tribal Office Building employees the skills of the craft. For about three weeks, she has been meeting with Donna Littlegeorge, Sandy Winneshiek, Natalie Bird and Tina Warner. And while they’re making their baskets, Lila has been...Read More
By Ken Luchterhand A new course, “Ho-Chunk and Ethnic Studies,” will help students to understand the different cultures that make up our communities. The course is now offered at Black River Falls High School and it is unique in that it focuses on Ho-chunk history and culture while also allowing all students to focus specifically on their ethnic heritage. It is one of...Read More