Sokaogon Chippewa Community Mole Lake Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

Mole Lake, Wisconsin

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LATEST NEWS

COVID-19 Hotline Now Available

COVID-19 Hotline now available for questions and assistance with Tribal resources

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Holidays and Non-Essential Travel

CDC Link:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html

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Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

November is National American Indian Heritage Month. This week we showcase PBS Wisconsin’s Tribal Histories series that presents the histories of all 11 federally recognized American Indian Tribes in Wisconsin,…

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Turtle Lake Casino Closes

The St. Croix Chippewa announced on November 9th that the Turtle Lake Casino will close for 30 days to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. A statement on the casino’s website said, “The St. Croix…

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Child Safety and Protection Month – Safety Outside

While November isn’t the best month to play outside, it’s still important for children to get out and exercise. During Child Safety and Protection Month, here are some helpful tips: Check the outdoor play area,…

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Native Culture at Thanksgiving

By Melanie Conklin, The Wisconsin State Journal Because of the roots of today’s holiday in the early encounters between European settlers and Native populations, there’s a multiplicity of viewpoints among American Indians…

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COMMUNITY INFORMATION

This is a challenging time for our community, and the Tribal Council and dedicated Community Members and Employees are working diligently to protect you.

We have created a Coronavirus web page to provide updates as the Incident Command System (ICS) Team develops systems to protect, serve and inform the community during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic.

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COVID-19 Hotline : 715-478-6427

The SCC ICS Team is pleased to announce that a COVID-19 Hotline has been established for the community.

The number is 715-478-6427 for anyone that may have questions or needs assistance through any Tribal resources, or any additional resources available outside the community.

The COVID-19 Hotline is a message service.
When calls are placed, we ask that you leave a short message about your concern, a contact number, and a time that is best to reach you.

Your message will then be forwarded to the proper department so that they may respond as soon as possible.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Please check with the event organizer prior to attending to confirm the event has not been cancelled or rescheduled.