Judge approves $79M casino settlement for tribe (April 12, 2004)

A federal judge gave approval to a $79 million settlement between a Michigan tribe and the operators of two casinos in Detroit. The Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians was unconstitutionally denied a chance to bid on...

Two Minnesota tribes pin hopes on urban casino (April 12, 2004)

Two Minnesota tribes say an urban casino will create jobs, reduce poverty and help them become more self-sufficient. That's what gaming has done for other tribes in the state. But the boom has passed by the White Earth and the...

Jena Choctaw Tribe confident on casino plans (April 12, 2004)

The chief of Jena Band of Choctaws says the tribe will open casino somewhere in Louisiana. The tribe's first choice was rejected by the Bush administration due to concerns about high revenue-sharing. But now that the formerly landless tribe now...

Coushatta Tribe's top gaming exec steps down (April 12, 2004)

The former chief executive officer of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana's gaming management company says his departure has nothing to do with the tribe's current controversies. Aubrey T. Temple Jr. was terminated last Wednesday after three years on the job....

Opinion: Video lottery would end Kickapoo casino (April 12, 2004)

"As the state's large cities prospered in the 1990s and many small, remote Texas towns struggled, Eagle Pass – one of the most remote – found an economic advantage: gambling. In 1996, the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino opened and transformed...

Kickapoo Chair: Video lottery threatens our tribe (April 12, 2004)

"Hope has returned to the Kickapoo people. Our youth go to school. Our people receive proper health care. Our roofs keep us dry. We hunt deer once again. That relative prosperity -- to see our mobile homes and dusty streets,...

More Headlines
Previous: April 9, 2004
Next: April 13, 2004
Gaming Archive
2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004