Dry Creek Rancheria no longer reporting on casino business

The Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians of California is no longer reporting its gaming results to the public.

The tribe used to provide quarterly reports about the River Rock Casino. But those stopped after the tribe reached a deal to restructure about $200 million in gaming debt in December.

The tribe will continue to share results with investors but they aren't allowed to share the results, The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reported.

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