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Colville Tribes expect to complete $68M casino in spring 2015


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Artist's rendering of the Omak Casino Hotel Resort in Washington. Image from RSP Architects

The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation in Washington broke ground last month on a $68 million casino.

The Omak Casino Hotel Resort will be the largest on the reservation. It features a 56,000 square-foot gaming floor with 500 electronic gaming machines and table games, two lounges, two restaurants and an 80-room hotel with meeting space and an indoor/outdoor pool.

"The CCT and its membership should take pride in the fact the Tribes continue to lead the region in economic development and job creation," Chairman Michael Finley told The Omak Chronicle.

The casino is expected to open in April or early May in 2015. The tribe is financing the project entirely on its own.

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Tribe breaks ground on casino (The Omak Chronicle 5/21)

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