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Clint Halftown: Cayuga Nation faced little choice but to go to court

(06/09)

While we will vigorously defend our rights in court when left with no other option, negotiation, not litigation, is our preferred method of dispute resolution.
Editorial: Cayuga Nation can't claim sovereignty over gaming site

(06/06)

With a federal appeals court panel's ruling last week reinstating the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York lawsuit against Union Springs, the village has a few options to consider.
Cayuga Nation wins ruling in dispute over local anti-gaming law

(06/02)

The tribe sued to protect a Class II gaming facility in the village of Union Springs, New York.
Supreme Court won't hear long-running Seneca Nation casino case

(05/31)

The tribe's gaming enterprise remains on solid legal ground now that the nation's highest court has put an end to the dispute.
Supreme Court delays review of Seneca Nation land case again

(05/23)

Without explanation, the justices have twice delayed consideration of a petition that questions the legality of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in Buffalo, New York.
Former Seneca Nation gaming official jets around world after plea

(05/20)

Since coming under indictment, Bergal Mitchell III has been to Canada, Mexico, Finland, Italy and Greece.
Supreme Court takes up petition in Seneca Nation land case again

(05/18)

After delaying action on a petition filed by casino opponents, the justices are due to consider a case that questions the legality of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in New York.
Supreme Court delays action on Seneca Nation gaming land case

(05/16)

Without explanation, the justices delayed the consideration of a petition that questions whether the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino is legal.
Seneca Nation celebrates milestone for $40M gaming expansion

(05/12)

The final steel beam was placed on the new structure at the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in Buffalo, New York.
Supreme Court considers petition in Seneca Nation casino dispute

(05/11)

Opponents have been questioning the legality of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in downtown Buffalo, New York, for years.
Editorial: New commercial casino won't hurt St. Regis Mohawk Tribe

(05/05)

For those who enjoy gambling, the Akwesasne Casino fills the bill.
Donald Trump tried to bully his way into New York tribe's casino bid

(04/18)

After the developers refused to bring the Republican presidential candidate on board, he ran racist ads against the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe.
Seneca Nation in early discussions for off-reservation casino plan

(04/15)

A developer said the tribe wants to finance a casino and performing arts center in Rochester, New York.
Bureau of Indian Affairs still moves slowly on casino applications

(04/01)

Only 67 gaming acquisitions have been approved since the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act became law in 1988.
Oneida Nation wins ruling on documents for commercial casino

(03/18)

The tribe is fighting a $425 million casino that would be located right on the edge of its exclusivity zone.
Seneca Nation faces fire over gas station and store at casino site

(03/15)

Some local officials and business leaders in Niagara Falls, New York, are worried about lower gasoline and tobacco prices.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe sends fewer gaming funds to communities

(02/09)

St. Lawrence County in New York is seeing a decline in its share of revenues from the tribe.
Oneida Nation files lawsuit to block license for commercial casino

(01/20)

The $425 million Lago Resort and Casino would be located on the edge of the tribe's exclusivity zone in upstate New York.
Seneca Nation begins work on $40M gaming expansion project

(01/14)

The Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in downtown Buffalo, New York, will be seeing a two-level, 57,000 square-foot addition.
Paula Terwilliger: Non-Indian casino undermines tribal success

(11/23)

I am frightened to think of what could happen to our community if Lago, the proposed Seneca County casino, is permitted to move forward.
Oneida Nation wages war against non-Indian gaming facility

(11/12)

Tribal Representative Ray Halbritter said the developers of the $425 million Lago Resort and Casino are directly targeting his tribe's gaming operation.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe announces general manager for casino

(11/03)

Shannon Keel comes to the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino and Resort with more than 10 years of senior-level casino resort management experience.
Oneida Nation launches campaign to block non-Indian casino

(10/21)

The tribe is trying to get the state of New York to rescind its approval of the Lago Resort & Casino.
Seneca Nation grows land holdings at off-reservation casino

(09/14)

The tribe acquired several properties worth more than $3.2 million around the Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino in Niagara Falls, New York.
Oneida Nation files lawsuit over non-Indian commercial casino

(09/09)

The $425 million Lago Resort and Casino will be located on the edge of the tribe's exclusivity zone in central New York.
Seneca Nation plans $40M expansion of off-reservation casino

(08/31)

The Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino will see a 28,500 square-foot, two-story addition that's due to open in early 2017.
Oneida Nation to bring table games to second gaming facility

(08/21)

Bingo is going away at the Yellow Brick Road Casino to make way for table games and live dealers.
American Gaming Association stakes claim in presidential race

(08/12)

The Republican field includes a handful of contenders with somewhat negative records on Indian gaming.
Oneida Nation casino blamed for losses at non-Indian racetrack

(08/05)

A minority stakeholder at Vernon Downs said the facility has been 'bleeding' profits since the opening of the Yellow Brick Road Casino on June 2.
Donald Trump not shy with invoking race when it comes to tribes

(07/31)

The casino mogul once accused the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut of not being Indians.
Connecticut tribes pay out nearly 92 percent put into slot machines

(07/07)

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation pays out 91.85 percent while the Mohegan Tribe pays out 91.71 percent.
Seneca Nation honors boxing great Sully Huff at casino match

(06/26)

The late former council member started the Iroquois Boxing Club to share the sport with his fellow Senecas.
Oneida Nation still working on shopping center at gaming facility

(06/24)

The tribe announced the 250,000 square-foot retail development last fall but additional details haven''t been revealed.
Former Seneca Nation gaming executive pleads in land case

(06/23)

Bergal Mitchell III admitted he took $338,000 from a fraudulent land purchase.
Former Seneca Nation gaming executive set for hearing in case

(06/22)

Bergal Mitchell III was indicted in connection with the $2.1 million purchase of land that the tribe used to develop a golf course.
Connecticut tribes report flat or declining slot machine revenues

(06/16)

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation saw a slight decline while the Mohegan Tribe was essentially flat.
County seeks share of revenues from new Oneida Nation casino

(06/10)

The tribe opened the Yellow Brick Road Casino last week to large crowds and now Madison County wants some of the action.
Oneida Nation sees huge turnout for opening of new $20M casino

(06/03)

More than 1,500 people were in line for the Yellow Brick Road Casino and some even waited overnight.
Oneida Nation opens doors to $20M Yellow Brick Road Casino

(06/02)

The facility features 430 gaming machines, a 500-seat bingo hall, a Keno lounge and several bars and restaurants.
Cayuga Nation Leaders: Tribe hasn't authorized gaming facilities

(05/26)

The gaming facility benefits only a few financially, not the Cayuga Nation as a whole, and comes at a great cost societally to both our people and our neighbors.
Oneida Nation close to opening of new gaming facility on June 2

(05/21)

The debut of the $20 million Yellow Brick Road Casino is less than two weeks away.
Judge dismisses gaming case filed by Cayuga Nation faction

(05/20)

Two rival groups have been at odds for the better part of a decade. One faction supports gaming while the other does not.
Oneida Nation shares gaming revenues with communities

(05/11)

Two counties received $11 million in gaming revenues as part of a settlement between the tribe and the state.
Tribes in Connecticut plan $900M investment in new casinos

(05/08)

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe want to open as many as three 'satellite' casinos around the state.
Oneida Nation sets June 2 opening for Yellow Brick Road Casino

(04/30)

The $20 million facility and its amenities take inspiration from the Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

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