Washington tribes combat problem gambling (July 28, 2004)

Tribes in Washington are working on ways to treat people with gambling problems. Money ran out for a state-funded program last year and lawmakers haven't found a way to restart it. But in the meantime, several tribes have contributed to...

New Sac and Fox Nation casino gets grand opening (July 28, 2004)

The Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma is having a grand opening today for its first casino. The 9,000-square-foot will have about 250 Class II games and a snack bar. The tribe will employ 60 people there. New Gaming Systems...

Meeting held on Menominee casino in Kenosha (July 28, 2004)

The Menominee Nation's proposed off-reservation casino in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was discussed at a meeting on Monday night. The tribe wants to buy the Dairyland Greyhound Park to build an $808 million casino. The tribe says it will create more than...

Probe finds money stolen from Crow Creek casino (July 28, 2004)

The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has shuttered its casino as a result of an investigation showing that money was being stolen. The National Indian Gaming Commission sent an investigator to the casino, who discovered a severe "hemorrhaging"...

Chukchansi Tribe fires casino management company (July 28, 2004)

The Chukchansi Tribe of California abruptly fired the company managing its casino. The tribe gave no reason for terminating the contract with the Cascade Entertainment Group other than to say the tribal gaming commission revoked the company's license. But the...

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