Minister to speak against Turtle Mountain casino (November 22, 2005)

Rev. Tom Grey, the executive director of the National Coalition Against Expansion of Gambling, is coming to Grand Forks to speak against the Turtle Mountain Band's proposed off-reservation casino. Grey is opposed to all forms of gambling. He previously went...

Second racetrack/casino opens in Oklahoma (November 22, 2005)

The second racetrack/casino opened in Oklahoma on Monday. The Remington Park Casino is non-Indian owned. Under a new state law, the facility is allowed to offer the same electronic games as tribal casinos and share a portion of the revenues...

Column: Bad gaming compact with Spokane Tribe (November 22, 2005)

"Last month, the state Gambling Commission director proposed an audacious draft agreement with the Spokane Tribe that could have resulted in a tenfold increase in tribal gambling. Fortunately, Gov. Christine Gregoire nixed the proposed Spokane Tribe Class III Gambling Compact...

Morongo Band gets new partner for casino club (November 22, 2005)

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians will reopen its casino nightclub with a new partner. The Key Club at Morongo will open New Year's Eve. A company that manages clubs in Los Angeles and Las Vegas will run the 20,000-square-foot...