Editorial: Dry Creek casino a 'threat' to community (October 23, 2009)

"News that the Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians is considering building a minor league baseball stadium on property it owns alongside the freeway just south of Petaluma offers some hope to local residents that an unwanted gambling casino might...

Manchester Band lays groundwork for first casino (October 23, 2009)

The Manchester Band of Pomo Indians of California has begun work on a casino despite lack of financing. The tribe plans an 8,836 square-foot casino with 249 slot machines. The facility could be open by spring 2010. Other tribes in...

Entertainment: Enjoy tribal casinos on Clear Lake (October 23, 2009)

"Clear Lake, long a vacation and retirement locale about two hours northeast of San Francisco, is also home to three substantial Indian casinos and may soon be joined by a fourth. The 210-member Habematolel Pomo, of Upper Lake, is...

Arizona tribes see another dip in casino revenues (October 23, 2009)

Revenue at tribal casinos fell 9.9 percent in fiscal year that ended June 30, the Arizona Department of Gaming reported. Tribes shared $86.5 million with the state in fiscal year 2009. That's lower than the $96 million they shared in...

Column: Seminole Tribe holds cards in gaming war (October 23, 2009)

"Welcome to the Fourth Seminole War, which kicked off this week when the Florida Legislature asked for federal help in stopping casino games on the tribe's reservations. There's some sorry history here in Florida's efforts to thwart the Seminoles. President...

Choctaw Nation announces closure of horse track (October 23, 2009)

The Choctaw Nation will shut down its commercial racetrack and electronic gaming facility on November 28. The tribe purchased the Blue Ribbon Downs in 2003 for $4.25 million. The move drew controversy because the Cherokee Nation was planning to...

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