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Harry Corken, the project manager for Hill International who oversaw the construction on behalf of Ho-Chunk Nation, praised the teams and companies involved in the work, including Miron Construction, which was the general contractor at all three sites.
In a somewhat opposite approach, the Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court in Brown v.
Currently the federal General Services Administration is working with the Department of Agriculture, the state of Wisconsin, and the Ho-Chunk Nation. Their plan is to divide the plant's acreage among the three entities.
Recently I learned that Johnson & Johnson awarded $50,000 dollars to the Ho-Chunk nation's "Whirling Thunder" program, largely based on the information from the story, "The Ho-Chunk Way," that I did in The Washington Post.
The Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin established an undergraduate and post-graduate scholarship program.
Perhaps we need to rename our reservations, our towns, our tribes (as the Ho-Chunk Nation has done) and then rename the languages, archeological sites, and mountains and rivers.
With a recent federal approval, developers are moving closer to taking a chance on a new Ho-Chunk Nation casino and resort in Beloit.
She's a member of the Wisconsin-based Ho-Chunk Nation and was raised by a single mother who served in the Army and worked for the U.S.
The Institute for Wisconsin's Health collaborated with 14 local health departments, the Ho-Chunk Nation Department of Health, the University of Iowa's Environmental Health Research Center, sand mining industry representatives, expert reviewers and community members over the past year to gather and analyze information on the potential health benefits and risks of industrial sand mining in western Wisconsin.
A human skull and an arrowhead considered part of Native American history will likely be returned to Ho-Chunk Nation after 61 years in Lake County.