Poarch Creek Band probes missing gaming funds (October 13, 2005)

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama is trying to figure out what happened to an undisclosed amount of gaming funds. Rumors on the reservation suggest that up to $4 million is missing. But Chairman Fred L. McGhee said...

Bois Forte Band moves beyond gaming and diversifies (October 13, 2005)

The Bois Forte Band of Chippewa in northern Minnesota is seeing success with its casino resort but is moving beyond gaming to diversify its economy. The tribe recently purchased a touch-free car wash manufacturer, a radio station and a convenience...

Cherokee Nation shares $2M in gaming revenues (October 13, 2005)

The Cherokee Nation shared $2 million in gaming revenues with the state and the horse racing industry. Under the tribal-state compact, the tribe is required to share revenues from certain Class III games. Most of the money -- $1.4 million...

Poll shows mixed views on gaming in Rochester (October 13, 2005)

A poll of voters in Rochester, New York, finds that few outright support gaming, 13WHAM-TV reports. The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma proposed a couple of gaming ideas in the city before its land claim settlement was derailed. One was a...

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