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(07/01)

The three judges went to great lengths to explain why they were unable to side with the tribe in an unfair labor practices complaint.

(07/01)

Three gamblers who won large sums of money at the Mazatzal Hotel and Casino claim their earnings were stolen.

(06/29)

The $335,000 grant comes from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community in Minnesota.

(06/24)

The Kansas Crossing Casino will be located about 30 miles south of the tribe's Downstream Casino Resort.

(06/23)

The tribe is seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent the state from interfering with the West Valley Resort and from retaliating against vendors doing business with the tribe.

(06/22)

Agenda topics include employee recruitment and retention, facility design, online gaming and regulation of the casino industry.

(06/17)

Tribal leaders call on Congress to resolve uncertainty created by the National Labor Relations Board.

(06/15)

Marijuana remains illegal on the reservation and employees still can't work while impaired on drugs or alcohol.

(06/12)

The National Labor Relations Board declined to assert jurisdiction over the WinStar World Casino and Resort due to the tribe's treaty rights.

(06/11)

The U.S. Attorney's Office announced indictments against two former workers at the Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Oklahoma.

(06/11)

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a decision indicating that the Chickasaw Nation can operate outside the confines of the National Labor Relations Act because it is a sovereign Indian nation with legal protections based on its treaties with the United States.

(06/09)

I know the machines at the Indian casinos are different, but how are they different from the Las Vegas machines?

(06/05)

The National Labor Relations Board cited the tribe's treaties in declining to assert jurisdiction over the WinStar World Casino and Resort.

(06/04)

The six Native casinos in the province saw $256.5 million in revenues in the last fiscal year.

(06/03)

The report does not contain any major bombshells or reveal any significant controversies but it provides some key information about Class III gaming compacts.

(06/03)

Sales of beer, wine and liquor will be allowed as part of a $35.2 million expansion project.

(06/02)

Jason Brett Merida, a tribal member who served as executive director of construction, received 12 years in prison -- the longest of any of the defendants.

(06/01)

Benedict Cosentino is suing the tribe's gaming regulators and has won a key decision in California state court.

(05/29)

Benedict Cosentino lost his job at the casino after providing information about alleged illegal activity to the state of California.

(05/20)

Vernon Small, tribal member has been appointed acting Gaming Manager for the Charging Horse Casino located on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.

(05/19)

The tribe asked federal authorities to investigate a scam at the casino that was orchestrated by a former employee.

(05/18)

The debate in Sacramento over the legalization of online gaming, specifically Internet poker, appears to be moving forward.

(05/15)

The Plainridge Park Casino will offer slot machines and electronic table games less than 20 miles from the tribe's casino site.

(05/13)

The tribe replaced the cash registers at FireKeepers Casino after reports of the potential theft of credit card and debit card numbers.

(05/13)

Federal prosecutors are seeking anywhere from 14 years to 17.5 years in prison for a tribal employee who oversaw casino construction contracts.

(05/12)

Shay-Anne Spencer, the former chairwoman of the board of directors, plans to file an ethics complaint against the tribal council.

(05/11)

The three members of the board of directors were accused of mismanaging a $90 million expansion project.

(05/06)

Roger Dana Barnett, the former second chief, was sentence to 33 months in prison and was ordered to pay restitution and undergo gambling addiction treatment.

(05/05)

Chris Stearns, a member of the Navajo Nation, is the first Native American to serve as chair of the Washington State Gambling Commission.

(04/27)

So far, seven people have been punished in connection with a casino expansion project in which the tribe was bilked out of $8.5 million.

(04/24)

Members of the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Gaming Commission, accompanied by President Llevando 'Cowboy' Fisher, arrived early at the Charging Horse Casino on April 13 and fulfilled a quick mission.

(04/24)

Tribal leaders won't say why Mark Schrecengost, who has been managing Buffalo Thunder Resort since 2012, was on leave.

(04/23)

Chairman Ned Norris Jr. and local officials criticized the state of Arizona for threatening the West Valley Resort.

(04/22)

The state of Arizona is threatening to block the tribe from opening the facility later this year.

(04/17)

The tribe has already started construction on the West Valley Resort and plans to open an initial facility by the end of the year.

(04/15)

Five tribes signed the new agreement, which allows people to ban themselves from tribal gaming facilities.

(04/08)

Agent Jeff Youngblood, a tribal member, helped investigate a 'pay to play' scheme that involved a key tribal employee.

(04/03)

Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn told the top gaming regulator in Massachusetts that the tribe's land-into-trust application remains a 'high priority.'

(04/03)

Roger Dana Barnett, the former second chief, admitted he took the money but appears to be reluctant to face punishment.

(04/03)

The proposed $425 million Lago Resort and Casino sits on the edge of the tribe's exclusivity zone.

(04/01)

Tribes are increasing the number of Class II machines at their facilities and they don't have to share revenues from those devices.

(04/01)

Anywhere from 30,000 to 150,000 slot machines known as eight-liners are being offered around the state.

(03/17)

Jennifer Pontinen is the new director of finance and business development for the Bois Forte Development Corporation.

(03/17)

The tribe submitted a land-into-trust application more than seven years ago.

(03/17)

The tribe already owns the 175 acres where the Emerald Downs sits.

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