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COVID vaccine for youth now being offered at Ho-Chunk clinics

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U.S. Labor Secretary Walsh visits the Ho-Chunk Nation

By Public Relations Officer Ken Luchterhand Viewed as an opportunity to reach out to tribal governments, U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh stopped by to visit with Ho-Chunk officials at the Tribal Office Building on Tuesday, May 25. His visit was part of a Wisconsin tour that included stops in Eau Claire, La Crosse, and Madison….

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Issues with income reporting causing delays in tax filing

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The HCN Diabetes Prevention Team prepares the soil, sows seeds for health

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Martin elected to Madison Council vice president

City of Madison Alder Arvina Martin was elected by her peers as City Council vice president on Thursday, April 22. “I want to congratulate Alder Arvina Martin on her reelection to the Madison City Council and her election as Vice President of the Council,” said Madison Mayor Satya Conway-Rhodes. “Alder Arvina Martin is the first…

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Administrative Orders update issued

HO-CHUNK NATION COVID-19 ORDERS Administrative Order Summary Date Posted Administrative Order Mar. 11, 2020-4 Postpone March Madness 03/11/2020 Resolution 3-12-20A Administrative Order Mar. 13, 2020-1 Declaration of State of Emergency, 50 person limit COVID-19 Pandemic 03/13/2020 Administrative Order Mar. 17, 2020-1 First Gaming Closure 03/17/2020 Administrative Order Mar. 20, 2020-1 Mass Gatherings (no more than…

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President WhiteEagle offers condolences to Oneida Nation

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Stevens donates facemasks to the Ho-Chunk Nation

Ernie Stevens, Jr., Chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA), presented the Ho-Chunk Nation with more than 4,000 facemasks for safety during the COVID pandemic. Stevens and NIGA Senior Administrative Assistant Ricky Granquist came to the Tribal Office Building on Tuesday, April 27, to offer the facemasks to President Marlon WhiteEagle on behalf of the…

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Ho-Chunk wellness court graduate to speak at a statewide conference

For the first time, a Native American graduate of a tribal wellness court will speak at the Wisconsin Association of Treatment Court Professionals’ annual conference. Karie Decorah, Ho-Chunk, will serve on a panel with other treatment court graduates on Thursday, April 29, as part of this year’s WATCP three-day gathering at the Kalahari Resort and…

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An executive order issued for House of Wellness employees

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