Chickasaw Nation cites $6.9B gaming empire

Chickasaw Nation cites $6.9B gaming empire (August 22, 2005)

The Chickasaw Nation's gaming empire is worth $6.9 billion, The Oklahoman reports. The paper said a budget approved by the tribal legislature expects gamblers to lose $6.9 billion at 11 casinos, trading posts and smokeshops in fiscal year 2006. Gross...

Cheyenne-Arapahos propose new site for casino

Cheyenne-Arapahos propose new site for casino (August 22, 2005)

The Cheyenne-Arapahoe Tribes of Oklahoma have proposed a new site for a casino in Colorado. The tribe is eyeing a $100 million casino in Pueblo. The original proposal involved a casino near the Denver International Airport. The tribe has seen...

Editorial: Gaming helps tribes diversify economies

Editorial: Gaming helps tribes diversify economies (August 22, 2005)

"Tribal casinos in Nebraska — the Omahas opened the third earlier this month in Walthill — supply needed income for some of the poorest areas in the state. The new revenue also offers the opportunity for tribes to diversify into...

Agua Caliente Band plans expansion of casino

Agua Caliente Band plans expansion of casino (August 22, 2005)

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is planning an expansion of its casino in Rancho Mirage. In phase one of the project, the tribe plans to add more gaming space, a hotel with as many as 400 rooms, a...

Lawmakers concerned about off-reservation gaming

Lawmakers concerned about off-reservation gaming (August 22, 2005)

Lawmakers at the state and federal level are concerned about off-reservation gaming, with much of the controversy coming from California. Voters in the state approved tribal gaming in 2000 but lawmakers say off-reservation casinos weren't envisioned at the time. But...

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