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Colville Tribes to break ground on $40M casino and hotel in May


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The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation in Washington plans to break ground on a $40 million gaming facility in May.

The facility will include a 52,000-square-foot casino, an 80-room hotel, a restaurant and a buffet. It will be twice the size of the Mill Bay Casino and it will replace the Okanogan Bingo Casino.

Construction is expected to take around 12 months.

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Colville tribes plan $40M casino resort (The Wenatchee World 3/26)
Colville Tribes plan $40 million casino at Omak (AP 3/27)
Alternate Link: Colville Tribes plans $40 million casino, resort (The Wenatchee World 3/28)

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