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Winnebago Tribe

11/14/2017

article Nebraska tribe votes to take control of hospital
(Nebraska) -- Problems at the Indian Health Service hospital in Winnebago, Neb., have led the Winnebago Tribe to begin the process of taking over the management of the...
article Winnebago Tribe makes move to take over troubled hospital
(Nebraska) -- The Winnebago Tribal Council has taken steps to take over management of a hospital on a Native American reservation in northeastern Nebraska.

11/7/2017

article Another former leader of Winnebago Tribe sentenced for theft of gaming funds
(Nebraska) -- Another former leader of the Winnebago Tribe has been sentenced in connection with the theft of gaming funds. Thomas Snowball, 56, was sentenced to five...

11/6/2017

article Ex-Winnebago tribal council member gets probation for theft
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member was placed on probation Monday for theft from the tribe's casino. Chief U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp...
article Tribal leader sentenced to probation in WinnaVegas bonus case
(Nebraska) -- A former member of the Winnebago tribal council has been sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to stealing from the tribe’s WinnaVegas Casino...

11/5/2017

article Bill to transfer land back to Winnebago Tribe draws fire from hunters
(Iowa) -- A bill before the U.S. Congress that would return land to the Winnebago Tribe near Sioux City, Iowa,is drawing some fire from some hunting groups. They are...

11/4/2017

article Casino Fraud Charges Against Ex-Tribal Official Dropped (sub req)
(New York) -- A Nebraska federal judge has dismissed charges against one of nine former members of the Winnebago tribe of Nebraska’s governing council charged in an...

11/3/2017

article Charges against ex-tribal council member accused of theft from Iowa casino are dismissed
(Nebraska) -- A judge in Nebraska has dismissed an indictment against a former Winnebago Tribal Council member accused of theft from the tribe’s casino in Iowa.
article Former leader of Winnebago Tribe secures dismissal in gaming fund theft case
(Nebraska) -- A federal judge has dismissed charges against a former leader of the Winnebago Tribe who was accused in a gaming fund theft case. The charges against...

11/2/2017

article Theft charges against ex-tribal councilman dismissed
(Nebraska) -- A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed the indictment charging a former Winnebago Tribal Council member with theft from the tribe's casino. Chief U.S....

10/25/2017

article CEO uses company to increase job opportunity, self sufficiency for fellow tribe members
(Nebraska) -- At the fifth annual Hubbard Lecture titled “Tribal Economics: A Dark Past and Promising Future,” Lance Morgan presented his main goals for his...

10/4/2017

article Winnebago Tribe receives $1 million in federal grants
(Washington D.C.) -- The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska will receive more than $1 million in federal grants for crime victim assistance and violence against women programs.

9/26/2017

article County board unlikely to act on proposed transfer of land to tribe
(Iowa) -- It's unlikely that the Woodbury County Board of Supervisors will take a public stance on federal legislation to transfer federally owned land popular with...

9/24/2017

article Winnebago Tribe hoping to reclaim land in Iowa
(Iowa) -- The Winnebago Tribe is hoping to reclaim land in Iowa that was once part of its reservation in northeast Nebraska, but local hunters are concerned they might...

9/23/2017

article Winnebago Tribe seeks return of land in Iowa
(Iowa) -- Stands of trees and marshy grass cover sandy dunes along government-owned land adjacent to sections of the Missouri River known as Winnebago Bend and Snyder...

9/22/2017

article Ex-tribal leader sentenced to probation for theft from casino
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member has been sentenced to five years’ probation and 150 hours of community service for stealing from the tribe...

9/18/2017

article Former Winnebago councilman sentenced for theft from tribe
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member was placed on probation Monday for theft from the tribe's casino. Chief U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp...

9/16/2017

article Second year of races draws a crowd to Atokad Park
(Iowa) -- Atokad Park was once again abuzz with the sound of cheering and pounding hooves Saturday afternoon as Ho Chunk Inc. held its second racing event in two years...
article Former chairman of Winnebago Tribe pleads guilty for theft of gaming funds
(Nebraska) -- John Blackhawk, the longtime former chairman of the Winnebago Tribe, pleaded guilty for his role in the theft of gaming funds. Blackhawk, 62, admitted he...

9/14/2017

article Ex-Winnebago tribal chairman makes plea deal in Iowa casino-theft case
(Iowa) -- A former Winnebago tribal chairman in Nebraska accused of stealing money from his tribe’s Iowa casino has made a plea deal with prosecutors. Federal...

9/12/2017

article Former Winnebago chairman pleads guilty
(Nebraska) -- Former Winnebago Tribal Chairman John Blackhawk has pleaded guilty to theft from his tribe’s casino. As part of a plea agreement, charges of...

9/11/2017

article Three races to be held at Atokad Park Saturday
(Iowa) -- And they’re off— again. Atokad Park will host three races Saturday, a little more than a year after the horse racing facility reopened under the...

9/2/2017

article Nebraska reservation moves toward solar energy
(Nebraska) -- An indigenous tribe plans to install 1,000 solar panels at a reservation in northeast Nebraska. The Winnebago Tribe will install panels across more than a...

8/29/2017

article Winnebago Reservation to add 1,000 solar panels
(Iowa) -- The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is going green in a big way. The reservation plans to install 1,000 solar panels across 13 sites that will generate more than...

8/22/2017

article Former tribal leader gets probation for casino theft
(Nebraska) -- A former council member for the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska has been given probation for theft from the tribe’s Iowa casino.

8/21/2017

article Former Winnebago councilman sentenced for theft from tribe
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member was placed on probation Monday for theft from the tribe's casino. Chief U.S. District Judge Laurie Camp Smith...

8/10/2017

article Former Winnebago tribal council member gets probation for casino theft
(Iowa) -- A former council member for the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska who’d pleaded guilty to stealing from the tribe’s casino in Iowa has been given five...

8/8/2017

article Winnebago Tribe member gets probation for casino theft
(Nebraska) -- Former Winnebago council member Lawrence Payer was given five years probation for stealing money from the tribe's casino in Sloan, Iowa by a U.S....

8/7/2017

article Ex-Winnebago Tribal Council member sentenced for casino theft
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member indicted last summer in a conspiracy to steal from the tribe's casino got five years of probation at his...
article Former Winnebago tribal officer sentenced; another pleads guilty
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member on Monday was placed on probation for theft from the tribe's casino. Earlier in the day, the fourth of nine...

8/6/2017

article Bledsoe Downes joins Ho-Chunk Inc.
(Nebraska) -- Ann Marie Bledsoe Downes has been named vice president of community impact and engagement for Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development arm of the Winnebago...

8/2/2017

article Ex-Tribal Leader Blasts Paying For Others In Casino Theft Row [sub req]
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member who has pled guilty to taking unauthorized money from the tribe's casino urged a Nebraska federal court on...
article Winnebago Hospital patients may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis
(Nebraska) -- Officials with the Indian Health Services believe patients who have recently received care at the podiatry clinic in the Winnebago IHS Hospital may have...

7/27/2017

article Winnebago Tribe plans new long-term care facility
(Nebraska) -- The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is planning to build a long-term care facility in Winnebago. The facility will feature a 30-bed unit with a nursing station...

6/26/2017

article Former Winnebago tribe councillor pleads guilty to theft
(Nebraska) -- In proceedings held in the US District Court in Omaha, former Winnebago Tribal Council member Charles Aldrich pleaded guilty to charges of theft following...

6/22/2017

article Third Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska defendant agrees plea deal
(Nebraska) -- The third of nine former members of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska’s tribal council charged with theft from the WinnaVegas Casino Resort has...

6/20/2017

article Third former tribal leader pleads guilty in casino theft
(Nebraska) -- A third former Winnebago Tribal Council member has pleaded guilty to his role in stealing from the tribe's casino in Iowa. Charles Aldrich, 48, pleaded...

6/19/2017

article Former Winnebago tribal officer pleads guilty
(Nebraska) -- The third of nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged with theft from the tribe's casino has pleaded guilty. Charles Aldrich entered his...

5/25/2017

article Second Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska defendant pleads guilty
(Nebraska) -- The second of nine former members of the Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska’s tribal council charged with theft from the WinnaVegas Casino Resort has...

5/24/2017

article Ex-Winnebago Tribal Council member pleads guilty to stealing from Iowa casino
(Nebraska) -- Another former Winnebago Tribal Council member has pleaded guilty to his role in stealing from the tribe's casino in Iowa. The Sioux City Journal...

5/22/2017

article Former Winnebago tribal officer pleads guilty to theft
(Nebraska) -- The second of nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged with theft from the tribe's casino has pleaded guilty. Louis Houghton, 70, entered...

5/10/2017

article Former Tribal Leader Pleads Guilty in Casino Theft Scheme
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member has pleaded guilty to his role in stealing from the tribe's casino in Iowa.

5/9/2017

article Former Winnebago Tribal Council member pleads guilty to casino theft
(Nebraska) -- A former Winnebago Tribal Council member -- one of nine indicted last summer in an alleged conspiracy to steal from the tribe’s casino -- has pleaded...
article Former Winnebago tribal officer pleads guilty
(Nebraska) -- One of nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged with theft of tribal funds pleaded guilty Monday. Lawrence Payer entered his plea in U.S....

4/30/2017

article Nebraska factory makes 1.1B cigarettes a year
(Nebraska) -- A factory on the Winnebago Tribe's reservation, bordering a corn field, churns out products from a much different cash crop. At its peak, Rock River...

4/23/2017

article Blowing Smoke: Winnebago factory produces more than a billion cigarettes per year
(Nebraska) -- A factory on the Winnebago Tribe's reservation, bordering a corn field, churns out products from a much different cash crop. At its peak, Rock River...

4/16/2017

article PROGRESS: Sloan casino still 'winning' at 25
(Iowa) -- A roll of the dice by tribal elders led to the creation of the now 25-year-old WinnaVegas Casino and Resort. Owned and operated by the Winnebago Tribe of...

4/9/2017

article Gamble pays off as WinnaVegas Casino turns 25
(Iowa) -- Champagne was flowing as the sound of slot machines and applause filled the air inside of WinnaVegas Casino and Resort during a recent ceremony to commemorate...

3/20/2017

article Little Priest Tribal College prepares students for career, preserves Winnebago tribe culture
(Iowa) -- The Little Priest Tribal College (LPTC) is a local public community college operating in the states of Nebraska and Iowa. LPTC serves all students from all...

2/2/2017

article A $2-billion buyback program is being offered to members of the Winnebago and Omaha Reservation
(Nebraska) -- Many Native Americans living in Siouxland are now being asked to sell their land back to their tribes. A two-billion dollar initiative is underway...

1/30/2017

article 1992: Shooting and arson fire after tensions rise between factions
(Wisconsin) -- At least three people were injured Tuesday night when a sit-in at Ho-Chunk Bingo & Casino was disrupted by gunshots as the Winnebago tribe’s...

1/29/2017

article Winnebago and Omaha Indian Reservations want to buy back land from tribe members
(Nebraska) -- The posters are up and billboards have been erected. Meetings are being held in several states. Even a TV ad is planned. A full-bore publicity campaign is...

1/17/2017

article In $1 million suit, Winnebago Tribe's economic development firm says it was cheated in petition effort to expand gambling
(Nebraska) -- Like any good gambler, a major player in a push to develop casinos in Nebraska is seeking to offset its losses. Ho-Chunk Inc. — the economic...
article Sponsor of failed casino petition drive sues polling company
(Nebraska) -- The main sponsor of a failed proposal to allow casino gambling in Nebraska is suing the polling company that failed to gather enough signatures to put the...
article Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska Sues Polling Company Over Casino Petition Failure
(Nebraska) -- Ho-Chunk Inc, the economic development arm of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, has launched a $1 million lawsuit against a firm it alleges botched its...

1/16/2017

article Ho-Chunk Inc. to sue polling company due to failed casino petition drive
(Nebraska) -- Ho-Chunk Inc. has decided to sue Northstar Campaign Systems after a petition drive they attempted in efforts to see a referendum placed on the ballot in...

1/14/2017

article In $1 million suit, Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska's economic development firm says it was cheated in petition effort to expand gambling
(Nebraska) -- Like any good gambler, a major player in a push to develop casinos in Nebraska is seeking to offset its losses. Ho-Chunk Inc. — the economic...

12/2/2016

article The Winnebago struggle
(Nebraska) -- In April 2011, Tori Kitcheyan returned home from a business trip to Washington, D.C., to be with her 45-year-old diabetic aunt, who was recuperating in the...

11/2/2016

article Former employee of Winnebago Tribe's casino sentenced for theft
(Nebraska) -- A former casino employee won't serve any prison time for stealing more than $12,000 from the Winnebago Tribe. Mark Hannan, 20, was a cage cashier at...

11/1/2016

article Man placed on probation for theft from casino
(Nebraska) -- A South Sioux City man was placed on probation Monday and must repay more than $12,000 he stole from a Winnebago, Nebraska, casino.
article Man who stole from casino gets 5 years of probation
(Nebraska) -- A northeast Nebraska man who stole from a casino in Winnebago has been ordered to pay more than $12,000 in restitution. Mark Hannan of South Sioux City...

10/5/2016

article Three elected to Winnebago Tribal Council
(Nebraska) -- Three members were voted onto the Winnebago Tribal Council Tuesday. Incumbents Frank White and Kenneth Mallory and newcomer Coly Brown will serve a three-...

9/23/2016

article Large turnout at horse races keeps Ho-Chunk optimistic about future at Atokad
(Nebraska) -- The stands were packed with an estimated one thousand attendants Sept. 10 for the horse races at Atokad Downs and feedback was positive, according to...

9/9/2016

article Anti-gambling group calls out horse tracks for “phony” races
(Nebraska) -- A new track in South Sioux City is planning to host a brief three-horse race in order for the Winnebago Tribe’s economic development corporation to...

9/8/2016

article At Nebraska Tracks, Races Short but Not Sweet
(Nebraska) -- What they’re offering this week at two racetracks in Nebraska stretches the definition of what a horse race actually is. Three-horse fields going one...

9/7/2016

article Casino plans on hold, Ho Chunk to keep OTB plans alive with one thoroughbred race this weekend
(Nebraska) -- It's off to the races this weekend in South Sioux City. Ho-Chunk Inc is moving forward with the opening of a new thoroughbred facility at the site of...
article Horse race in South Sioux City to keep casino hopes alive
(Nebraska) -- A new track in South Sioux City is planning to host a brief three-horse race in order for the Winnebago Tribe’s economic development corporation to...

9/6/2016

article Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska launches smoke-free gambling option in Iowa
(Nebraska) -- A Native American casino in northwest Iowa that’s owned and run by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is now offering a “non-smoking” gaming...
article Atokad horse race Saturday to keep Ho-Chunk's casino hopes alive
(Nebraska) -- The new Atokad track is hosting a quick three-horse race Saturday to keep Ho-Chunk Inc.'s long-term goal alive. Ho-Chunk, the Winnebago Tribe's...

9/1/2016

article All 3 Nebraska gambling petitions fail to reach valid signature threshold
(Nebraska) -- All three petitions aimed at letting Nebraskans decide whether to legalize casino gambling at the state’s thoroughbred horse racing tracks have...

8/31/2016

article Two additional gambling petitions fail to make ballot
(Nebraska) -- Two petitions that were connected to an unsuccessful effort to legalize casino gambling in Nebraska have also failed to make the general election ballot....

8/30/2016

article All 3 gambling petitions fail to reach valid signature threshold, won't see November ballot
(Nebraska) -- All three petitions aimed at letting Nebraskans decide whether to legalize casino gambling at the state’s Thoroughbred horse racing tracks have...
article Failure of two more gambling petitions means no symbolic vote
(Nebraska) -- Nebraskans won't have a chance to symbolically weigh in on expanded gambling at the ballot box this November. A group seeking a constitutional...
article Gambling petitions fail to collect enough signatures to reach ballot
(Nebraska) -- Two additional petition initiatives tied to casino gambling at horse racing venues will not appear on the November general election ballot. Nebraska...

8/28/2016

article A $10 million plan takes shape at Winnebago
(Nebraska) -- When talk began a few years ago about an auxiliary gym being added at Winnebago High School, Dan Fehringer remembered a comment from Travis Mallory, then a...

8/26/2016

article Casino in Sloan addresses ‘downside’ of smoking on gaming floor
(Iowa) -- A Native American casino in northwest Iowa is now offering a “non-smoking” gaming room. “So many people out there love to gamble and hate...

8/25/2016

article Winnavegas Casino is now the first casino in Western Iowa to offer a non-smoking room
(Iowa) -- Smoking and slot games are two activities that are joined at the hip at casinos across the board. The Winnavegas Casino is changing the game by putting in the...
article Another ex-Winnebago Tribal Council member pleads not guilty
(Nebraska) -- Another one of the nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged in federal court with theft of tribal funds has pleaded not guilty. The Sioux City...

8/24/2016

article Former Winnebago officer pleads not guilty to theft, conspiracy
(Nebraska) -- One of nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged with theft of tribal funds pleaded not guilty to federal charges Wednesday. Travis Mallory, 38...

8/22/2016

article Nebraska casino proponents consider next move
(Nebraska) -- After failing to collect enough signatures to have a pro-casino constitutional amendment placed before voters in November, groups in favour of bringing...

8/21/2016

article Casino supporters ponder options after petition drive fails
(Nebraska) -- Groups that want to legalize casinos at Nebraska horse racing tracks are trying to decide what to do now that a $1.4 million petition drive has failed to...

8/18/2016

article Nebraska casino ballot falls through, SSC to be impacted
(Nebraska) -- Ho-Chunk Inc.'s bid for a proposed constitutional amendment tying games of chance at horse racing facilities to be placed on the November ballot...

8/17/2016

article 7 or 9 ex-Winnebago Tribal Council members plead not guilty
(Nebraska) -- Seven of nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged in federal court with theft of tribal funds have pleaded not guilty.

8/15/2016

article Invalid signatures deny tribe of having a casino in Nebraska
(Nebraska) -- Winnebago tribe’s plan to put up a casino in Nebraska has been put in the back burner after a proposal to allow casino gambling in the state failed...
article No casino vote for Nebraska
(Nebraska) -- A vote on the introduction of casino gambling in the US state of Nebraska will not take place this year after it failed to make November’s ballot....
article Former Winnebago officers plead not guilty to theft, conspiracy
(Nebraska) -- Seven of nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members charged with theft of tribal funds pleaded not guilty to federal charges Monday. Former tribal...

8/13/2016

article Ho-Chunk Capital's petition to try and legalize casino gambling gets rejected
(Nebraska) -- Ho-Chunk Capital is going back to the drawing board. A petition drive to put the issue of legalizing casino gambling on the November ballot in Nebraska...
article Nebraska Casino Vote Threatened by Rejected Petition Signatures
(Nebraska) -- Nebraska’s push for casino legalization is imperiled. Last month a pro-casino action group calling itself Keep the Money in Nebraska delivered 310,...
article No chance for casino gambling in Nebraska
(Nebraska) -- Secretary of State John Gale announced Thursday that a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize casino gambling in Nebraska will not go before voters.

8/12/2016

article Casino gambling measure fails to make 2016 ballot
(Nebraska) -- A higher than normal error rate in collecting signatures sank the latest effort to let Nebraskans decide whether to legalize casino gambling.
article Nebraska casino gambling measure fails to make 2016 ballot
(Nebraska) -- A proposal to allow casino gambling in Nebraska has failed to qualify for the November general election ballot. Secretary of State John Gale announced...

8/11/2016

article Gambling petition falls well short, won’t make the November ballot
(Nebraska) -- Proponents of expanding casino gambling to horse racing tracks in Nebraska have fallen short of the signatures needed to place the issue on the November...
article Gambling petitions don't get enough valid signatures
(Nebraska) -- A campaign to legalize casino gambling at Nebraska horse tracks has hit a race-ending stumble on the straightaway. Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale...

8/10/2016

article High rejection rate of gambling petition's signatures leaves effort's future in doubt
(Nebraska) -- Even before it hits the finish line, a petition drive to allow Nebraskans to vote on whether to legalize casino gambling at horse-racing tracks looks...

8/9/2016

article Signatures collected by group aiming to get gambling on ballot called into question
(Nebraska) -- Efforts are underway to get gambling in Nebraska on the November ballot, but they may come up short. The group Keep the Money in Nebraska collected more...

8/7/2016

article Nine Former Winnebago Tribal Council Members Indicted
(Nebraska) -- Former Winnebago Tribal Chairman John Blackhawk and eight other former tribal council members were indicted by a federal grand jury on July 19. Blackhawk,...

8/4/2016

article Worker pleads guilty to stealing money from casino
(Nebraska) -- A northeast Nebraska man has pleaded guilty to stealing from a casino in Winnebago. The Sioux City Journal reports that Mark Hannan, of South Sioux City,...

8/2/2016

article Man pleads guilty to theft from casino
(Nebraska) -- A South Sioux City man pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking approximately $15,000 from a Winnebago, Nebraska, casino. Mark Hannan, 19, entered his plea in U.S...

7/29/2016

article More than 100 tribes from across North America come together at Winnebago Pow Wow
(Nebraska) -- Dancers wearing bright and fully-decorated costumes filled the center of the arena to kick off the 150th annual Winnebago Pow Wow. Pow Wow happens every...

7/28/2016

article 150th homecoming celebration for Winnebago Tribe begins
(Nebraska) -- Known as the "world's oldest powwow," the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska's Annual Homecoming Celebration is reaching a milestone this...

7/22/2016

article Federal jury indicts ex members of Winnebago Tribal Council
(Nebraska) -- The U.S. Attorney’s office for Nebraska says nine former members of the Winnebago Tribal Council have been indicted on 11 federal counts related to...

7/21/2016

article Indicment returned for nine members of Winnebago Tribal Council
(Nebraska) -- United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced today that the federal grand jury has returned an eleven count indictment against nine former members of...
article Nine former members of Winnebago Tribe indicted by federal grand jury
(Nebraska) -- Nine former members of the Winnebago Tribal Council have been indicted by a federal grand jury which alleges they skimmed money from the tribe’s...

7/20/2016

article Grand jury indicts nine former Winnebago council members
(Nebraska) -- A federal grand jury has indicted nine former Winnebago Tribal Council members for their roles in an alleged conspiracy to steal money from the tribe...
article Grand jury returns indictments against nine former members of Winnebago Tribal Council
(Nebraska) -- A federal grand jury has returned an 11-count indictment against nine former members of the Winnebago Tribal Council. Each was charged with conspiracy,...
article Indicment returned for nine members of Winnebago Tribal Council
(Nebraska) -- United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced today that the federal grand jury has returned an eleven count indictment against nine former members of...

7/18/2016

article Petitions Circulated to Put Gambling Measures on November Ballot
(Nebraska) -- As early as next year, casinos could be popping up in Nebraska. Three separate petitions could put gambling on the ballot in November. If you walked onto...

7/13/2016

article Winnebago tribe hopes for economic boost from casino proposal
(Nebraska) -- This fall, Nebraskans may have the chance to vote on legalizing casino gambling in the state. So far, almost all the money to put that issue on the ballot...

7/6/2016

article Pro-casino group says it has enough signatures to get gambling on the ballot
(Nebraska) -- A campaign to legalize casino-style gaming at Nebraska horse tracks has more than enough signatures to get the issue on the November ballot, organizers say...

6/2/2016

article Siouxland Strange
(Nebraska) -- A South Sioux City man has pleaded not guilty to a federal charge of taking approximately $15,000 from a Winnebago, Nebraska, casino.

5/25/2016

article Man pleads not guilty to taking $15,000 from casino
(Nebraska) -- A South Sioux City man has pleaded not guilty to a federal charge of taking approximately $15,000 from a Winnebago, Nebraska, casino.

4/25/2016

article Man accused of taking $15,000 from Winnebago casino
(Nebraska) -- A former casino worker has been charged in federal court with taking approximately $15,000 from a Winnebago, Nebraska, casino. Mark Hannan, 19, of South...

4/16/2016

article Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska To Vote On Membership Requirements
(Nebraska) -- The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska will likely vote later this summer on changes to its membership policy. The tribe has a reservation that straddles the Iowa...

4/13/2016

article Winnebago Tribe seeks change to blood quantum requirement
(Nebraska) -- A proposed change to Winnebago tribal enrollment could shift the future makeup of the northeast Nebraska tribe. The tribe's current blood quantum law,...

4/1/2016

article Man sentence to prison for pulling knife on Winnebago Indian Reservation
(Nebraska) -- A young Winnebago man who pulled a knife on a drinking buddy has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison. U.S. Attorney Deborah Gilg...

3/21/2016

article Winnebago group calls for indictments against former council members
(Nebraska) -- Some Winnebago tribal members are calling on federal law enforcement agencies to indict nine former tribal council members and two former tribal casino...

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