Editorial: Lytton Band casino still a 'bad deal' (March 4, 2005)

"Representatives of the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians have been making the rounds to try to quell the uproar over their plans to convert a San Pablo card room into a Las Vegas-size casino. The tribe has scaled down the...

Lytton Band offers $25M for highway near casino (March 4, 2005)

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians says it will pay $25 million for the cost of a freeway interchange near the tribe's casino in the Bay Area. The tribe says it will give the money to the state Department of...

Navajo Nation seeks director of gaming operations (March 4, 2005)

Want to work for the Navajo Nation as the tribe's gaming director? Applications are due by April 30, The Arizona Republic reports. The Navajo Nation Council recently voted to approve gaming at certain locations. So the tribe is looking for...

Tribe's $5.5M payment brings out complaints (March 4, 2005)

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is giving $5.5 million to San Bernardino, California, every year but some residents don't think the money is worth it. The residents complain that the tribe's new casino expansion has increased crime, traffic,...

Three Ojibwe bands to open urban casino with state (March 4, 2005)

Three remote Ojibwe bands in Minnesota have agreed to partner with the state for a casino in the Twin Cities. Other tribes are being invited to join. The White Earth, Leech Lake and Red Lake Indian bands negotiated with Gov....