by Haley BeMiller, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
Visitors to Ho-Chunk Gaming in Wittenberg will notice changes taking place on the casino's grounds — the makings of a new building outside, the flashing lights and sound of new games inside.
The casino is nearing the end of a major project that will expand gaming for visitors and introduce a new hotel and restaurant to the area. The project, which broke ground in September 2016, is part of a $153 million initiative by the Ho-Chunk Nation to expand casinos throughout the state. The Wittenberg project accounts for about $33 million, according to the tribe, which is also renovating its casinos in Black River Falls and the Wisconsin Dells.
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