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Lance Morgan on Ho-Chunk, Inc.’s 25-Year History of Growth

Lance Morgan on Ho-Chunk, Inc.’s 25-Year History of Growth

Lance Morgan was 25 years old when he was tasked with figuring out how to diversify the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska’s economy away from gaming. (Courtesy Ho-Chunk, Inc.)This feature originally appeared as the cover story of the March 2019 “Infrastructure” print...

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Because of the COVID-19 crisis, Pennsylvania offered for casinos to defer their first quarter payments. Wind Creek Hospitality, the business arm of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, paid its $2.5 million host fee to the city of Bethlehem anyway.  Wind Creek Bethlehem,...

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Choctaw brothers and founders of Symbiotic Aquaponic Shelby (left) and Kaben Smallwood (right) stand beside their aquaponic systems. (Courtesy Symbiotic Aquaponic)​This article originally appeared in the June 2019 “Tourism, Agriculture & Natural Resources” print...

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