Our view is that a rising tide should float everyone’s boat. We want to be a true community development partner, writes community columnist Lance Morgan.
Opponents argued that the new tracks, and accompanying casinos, would dilute the market, weaken existing tracks and doom the chances for Nebraska casinos to compete with gambling interests in Iowa.
The Omaha City Council should reject the TIF request, a Pulse writer says. Two others praise Thomas Wilkins' legacy with the Omaha Symphony.
A recent charge of "greedy Indians" was one of the strangest claims voiced against Nebraska's Native community.
A $220 million plan calls for a significant renovation and expansion of Horsemen's Park, and developers are seeking $17.5 million in tax incentives to bring the project over the finish line.
Most people know tribal members suffer from poverty, but they do not understand why tribes have been so poor for so long.
Ho-Chunk, the economic development corporation for the Winnebago Tribe, is looking to open casinos at tracks in South Sioux City, Omaha and Lincoln.
I have watched enough negative political ads to know they should be taken with a grain of salt, but until recently I have never actually been …
LINCOLN (AP) — The economic development arm of a Nebraska-based Native American tribe is once again pumping big money into a campaign to legal…
A chill has fallen on the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska’s cigarette-manufacturing operation since federal officers raided the reservation and seized documents nearly six weeks ago.
WINNEBAGO, Neb. — A dispute over a law designed to remedy interstate cigarette bootlegging was one of the flash points surrounding a federal r…
WINNEBAGO, Neb. — Federal agents descended on the headquarters of Ho-Chunk Inc. on the Winnebago Indian Reservation on Tuesday as part of an i…
WINNEBAGO, Neb. (AP) — The Winnebago Tribe plans to install 1,000 solar panels at a reservation in northeast Nebraska.
The tribe will install panels across more than a dozen sites, generating more than 300 kilowatts of solar power.
Ho-Chunk Inc. — the economic development arm of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska — has filed a $1 million-plus lawsuit against an Omaha polling and campaign management company over failed efforts to put expanded gambling on the Nebraska ballot in November.
Like any good gambler, a major player in a push to develop casinos in Nebraska is seeking to offset its losses.
The economic development company of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is close to selling a former bank building after an arrangement fell through to move the structure to Winnebago.
The economic development company of the Winnebago Tribe plans to sell a former bank building to a Sioux City-based company after an arrangement fell through to move the structure across the Missouri River to Winnebago, Nebraska.
Ho-Chunk Technical Solutions, a subsidiary of Nebraska-based Ho-Chunk Inc.’s All Native Group, is one of six companies awarded a $98 million c…
Ho-Chunk Inc., the Winnebago Tribe’s business entity, is one of seven groups behind a newly formed committee seeking to win voter approval for historical horse racing terminals at Nebraska tracks. If the amendment withstands a pending constitutional challenge, it will appear on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.