Tribally Owned Enterprises
WinnaVegas, owned and operated by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, opened in 1992 on tribal land just three miles west of Interstate 29, near the Missouri River.
Ho-Chunk, Inc. is the economic development arm of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska located in the beautiful rolling hills of Winnebago, Nebraska.
Woodland Trails Art Retail And Learning Center
Woodland Trails opened its doors in November 2006 and features an arts and crafts retail center, a formal art gallery, demonstration room, as well as an arts learning center.
Little Priest Tribal College
In 1995, the Winnebago Tribe chartered Little Priest Tribal College. The goal of the institution is to provide quality higher education for Tribal members and all people living on the reservation. The college offers two degrees: the Associate of Arts Degree and Associate of Science degree; eight areas of emphasis, two diploma programs and one certificate program. Enrollment at Little Priest Tribal College typically exceeds 100 students per semester.
Winnebago Senior Citizen Center
Winnebago Senior Citizen Center serves Native American and other elderly in the community. The center’s holistic mission includes serving meals, providing transportation, acting as a protective payee and arranging monthly day trips for its members. The local community funds the center. Call (402) 878 2487 for more information.
The Community Center houses a gymnasium, meeting rooms, U.S. Post Office, swimming pool, and some tribal offices.
The hospital supplies basic health care to members of the Winnebago and Omaha Tribes, and to a significant number of Indians living in the Sioux City area. The Winnebago Hospital has 109 beds: 57 general and 52 Pediatric beds.
WINNEBAGO NURSING HOME
The Winnebago Tribe has identified a need for a nursing home for their elderly and people with special needs. It is currently developing plans to build a 38-unit elderly assisted living/nursing development in Winnebago.