More: nisqually

Nisqually Tribe talks to local officials about off-reservation gaming facility
Casino Stalker | Land Acquisitions
Nisqually Tribe talks to local officials about off-reservation gaming facility (July 12, 2017)
Discussions are still in the early stages but the Nisqually Tribe is interested in a casino and other development in Lacey, Washington.

Nisqually Tribe welcomes public to non-smoking area at casino
Openings & Closings
Nisqually Tribe welcomes public to non-smoking area at casino (April 22, 2015)
The tribe has completed the second phase of a $45 million casino expansion. The final phase is expected to debut in July 2015.

Nisqually Tribe to open second phase of $45M casino expansion
Openings & Closings
Nisqually Tribe to open second phase of $45M casino expansion (March 30, 2015)
The tribe added a smoke-free area with a new deli, a full service bar and a gift shop to the Red Wind Casino.

Nisqually Tribe reports no damage or injuries after fire at casino
Openings & Closings
Nisqually Tribe reports no damage or injuries after fire at casino (December 15, 2014)
Crews put out a blaze that hit a propane tank behind the facility.

Nisqually Tribe to launch part of $45M casino expansion project
Openings & Closings
Nisqually Tribe to launch part of $45M casino expansion project (October 28, 2014)
The facility is doubling in size to 95,000 square-feet.

Nisqually  Tribe to add more jobs with $45M  casino expansion
Openings & Closings
Nisqually Tribe to add more jobs with $45M casino expansion (October 24, 2013)
The Nisqually Tribe of Washington will be adding 70 jobs to its casino with a $45 million expansion project.

Nisqually  Tribe to start work on $45M  casino expansion project
Openings & Closings
Nisqually Tribe to start work on $45M casino expansion project (October 22, 2013)
The Nisqually Tribe of Washington will break ground on a $45 million casino expansion project on November 1.

Gaming helping tribes in Washington rebuild their reservations
Public Relations
Gaming helping tribes in Washington rebuild their reservations (March 28, 2011)
Three tribes in Washington have seen big changes in the last two decades, all thanks to Indian gaming. The Nisqually Tribe operates the Red Wind Casino. The casino saw double-digit growth in revenue and profit in 2010 despite the weak...

Nisqually  Tribe shares $4M in gaming revenues
Compacts
Nisqually Tribe shares $4M in gaming revenues (June 24, 2009)
The Nisqually Tribe of Washington has shared $4 million in gaming revenues since 2001, The Tacoma News Tribune reports. The tribe shares 2 percent of net gaming income from Red Wind Casino with nonprofits. The payments are made every year....

Editorial: Indian gaming helps communities
Opinion
Editorial: Indian gaming helps communities (May 6, 2008)
"Tribal casinos in South Sound are pumping hundreds of thousands of dollars back into the communities they serve. The latest example was the Nisqually tribe's $450,000 contribution to nonprofit organizations and government agencies in Thurston County. The tribes, as part...

Stay Connected