Tribe reopens casino after settling with ex-manager

Tribe reopens casino after settling with ex-manager (September 2, 2005)

The Big Sandy Band of Western Mono Indians reopened its Mono Wind Casino on Thursday after settling a dispute with a former manager. The casino was shut down when Fresno County Sheriff's deputies came to collect a $700,000 judgment...

California gaming tribes fund county law enforcement

California gaming tribes fund county law enforcement (September 2, 2005)

Two California tribes are using gaming revenues to fund county law enforcement. The Blue Lake Rancheria gave $125,000 to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office to fund two deputies. The tribe gave $125,000 last year as well. The Bear River Band...

Hearings scheduled on off-reservation gaming bid

Hearings scheduled on off-reservation gaming bid (September 2, 2005)

The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be holding five public hearings this month on an Oregon tribe's off-reservation gaming proposal. The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs signed a compact with the state for $300 million casino in Cascade Locks. Jim...

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