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The tribe donated $1 million to Fresno State University to support language revitalization.


The casino has been closed since October 9 due to the leadership dispute.


The tribe is opening a fifth casino in the town of Perry.


The tribe will be adding a five-story hotel with 119 rooms to the Creek Casino Montgomery.


Several homes near the facility have seen their water supply run dry.


Some 1,100 of 1,300 employees are affected as the casino closure enters another week.


Columnist accuses the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians of ignoring local objections with its $160 million casino expansion.


The electronic machines will be removed by November 15.


The casino will remain closed as the judge urges the rivals to work out their differences.


The tribe anticipates an opening for a 27-story hotel and Margaritaville venue sometime in 2016.


Two factions have united in an attempt to reopen the casino.


The state of California and the federal government took action after an armed confrontation at the facility.


The Bureau of Indian Affairs approved Class III gaming procedures that will remain in effect until 2040.


The state is home to five casinos and a sixth one near Washington, D.C., will open in 2016.


The Madera County Sheriff is keeping the peace after a rocky night at the facility.


Lt. Gov. Carlos Hisa said the games have generated revenues for education, health and language programs.


The state contends the sweepstakes machines are illegal.


A group that wanted to stop the casino has lost repeatedly in the courts.


A council member was removed from her post for reportedly removing all of the cash from the casino.


A date hasn't been set but a groundbreaking is scheduled to take place this month.


Construction is slated to begin next month and is due to be finished sometime in 2016.


The tribe plans to break ground next month after finalizing an environmental evaluation for the $160 million project.


The tribe will pay $150,000 to San Diego County to address the impacts of the project.


The $160 million project includes a hotel tower with 215 rooms, 75,000 additional square-feet of gaming space, a 20,000 square-foot pool deck, new food and beverage venues and a parking garage with 584 spaces.


The tribe plans to add a 12-story hotel, more gaming space, new food and beverage venues and a parking garage as part of a $160 million expansion.


Newspaper praises the Cherokee Nation for creating jobs and revenue with plans for an entertainment district and outlet center next to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.


The tribe has reduced its workforce, slashed per capita payments, halted local revenue sharing payments and has gone into default on its debt.


The new tower at the Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant will stop at 14 floors rather than 22 as originally planned.


The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma continues its streak of major gaming-related developments.


Newspaper welcomes $170 million Cherokee Nation development that will include a new casino, hotels and retail.


The Cherokee Nation will relocate one of its casinos as part of a $170 million development.


Plans call for a six-story hotel with 128 rooms, basically doubling the number of existing rooms at the facility.


The Bordertown Casino closed two years ago while the tribe focused on the Indigo Sky Casino.


The Cherokee Springs Plaza will include a casino, two hotels, retail, office space and a convention center on 150-acres in Tahlequah.


The first phase of the West Valley Resort will feature a gaming facility with five restaurants, meeting and multi-purpose space.

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