By Ken Luchterhand In an effort to migrate to more sustainable energy sources, the Ho-Chunk Housing and Community Development Agency, Ho-Chunk Housing, and the Ho-Chunk Labor...
By Ken Luchterhand A bright new, cheery center awaits the residents of the Dells Dam area. An open house was held on Wednesday, March 26, for the new Dells Dam Community Center. The...
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By Ken Luchterhand There soon will be a program in the Wisconsin Dells area dedicated to Native American art. It's called the Little Eagle Arts Foundation, or LEAF for short, and it will help to open the doors for Native American artists. At the heart of the effort is Melanie Sainz, who was born and raised in Wisconsin and is an enrolled member of...Read More
By Ken Luchterhand Wisconsin Dells has been host to tourists from all around the world for more than 150 years and a very big part of that beginning of tourism was the events staged by the Ho-Chunk people. Kendall Tallmadge, MBA/MA in Cultural Anthropology, spoke on Thursday, March 13, before a crowd of more than 60 at the Kilbourn Public Library, Wisconsin Dells. Tallmadge...Read More