By Ken Luchterhand Social work has always been Betty Kingsley’s passion in life. Having worked for the Ho-Chunk Nation in that field since 1987, she has decided that maybe a...
By Ken Luchterhand Community involvement is what is being sought when it comes to the design planning of the proposed District 1 Community Center. A series of meetings in the last...
Betty Kingsley honored with re...1
Planning moves ahead for Distr...2
Groundbreaking ceremony begins...3
By Ken Luchterhand The Ho-Chunk Nation was honored for its work in mapping the lands of Wisconsin. An anonymous member of the WLIA (Wisconsin Land Information Association) nominated the Ho-Chunk Nation GIS (Geographic Information Systems) for the “Friends of Land Records Award.” The award was originally given at the Wisconsin Land Information...Read More
By Ken Luchterhand Those flashing lights on the car behind you might not be who you think. Instead of the county or city law enforcement at your heels, it may be our own Ho-Chunk officers in blue, ready to put the brakes on your lead foot. Ho-Chunk Nation law enforcement officers now have the ability to ticket anyone for speeding on tribal lands and communities. The code was...Read More