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Navajo Nation reopens casino in New Mexico after brief outage

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The Northern Edge Navajo Casino in New Mexico. Photo from Facebook

The Navajo Nation reopened one of its casinos in New Mexico on Tuesday night after a technical outage forced the facility to close earlier in the day.

The tribe closed the Northern Edge Navajo Casino because the camera surveillance system went down. The facility is located near Farmington.

"Operations at Northern Edge Navajo Casino have resumed and we welcome loyal patrons back to our property," the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise CEO Derrick Watchman said in a statement on Facebook. "We apologize for this brief business interruption and deeply appreciate your understanding."

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Northern Edge Navajo Casino closed Tuesday; no information on when it will reopen (The Farmington Daily Times 4/30)

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