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  • What the states and companies "are doing is wrong by any sort of definition of fair play," said Lance Morgan, chief executive of Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic-development arm of the Winnebago tribe in Nebraska, which distributes cigarettes on tribal lands.

    States Near Tobacco Deal

  • In an afternoon of testimonials, speakers described leaping through what Rosalie Two Bulls, from Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin, called "hoops of fire" to prove they were competent.

    Stephanie Woodard: Iowa Commission Takes on Child-Welfare Morass

  • If she has her way, Morgan said, hundreds of Ho-Chunk, Inc. employees will be laid off, kids 'college scholarships will be put on hold, and tribal housing-assistance programs will be cut.

    Stephanie Woodard: The New Indian Fighters: Lt. Col. McCaskill and Major WaPo

  • At Ho-Chunk, Inc., some negotiations are already in jeopardy, said Morgan.

    Stephanie Woodard: The New Indian Fighters: Lt. Col. McCaskill and Major WaPo

  • Thanks to Ho-Chunk, Inc., tribal members participate in the American dream in ways not imagined a generation ago, with blue - and white-collar jobs, home ownership, and retirement accounts.

    Stephanie Woodard: The New Indian Fighters: Lt. Col. McCaskill and Major WaPo

  • One case that is suspect is Anderson and Eagle's September 2002 work on a controversial site in the midst of a land-use dispute between the Prairie Band Potawatomi and Ho-Chunk Nation American-Indians and Wood County officials in central Wisconsin.

    Canine Case Closed?

  • An article on Blago supporting a casino in the Southeast Suburbs here, and it sounds like he's not talking about the Ho-Chunk.

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • OK -- I've already found the first plank for my platform: I oppose the plans to construct a Ho-Chunk Casino in Lynwood.

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • For instance, Ojibwe literature is very different from Lakota, or Zuni, or Santa Clara Pueblo, or Ho-Chunk, or Mesquakie literature.

    An Emissary of the Between-World

  • The thefts were uncovered thanks to a tip from German anthropologist Christian Feest of Goethe University, Frankfurt, who saw a Ho-Chunk prophet stick in a 1998 auction catalog and recognized it as one he photographed at the Historical Society Museum a decade earlier.

    The Acquisitive Curator

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  • Indian tribe removed from Iowa in 1950.

    December 9, 2010