FROM THE ARCHIVE

Okla. casino has new name and new management

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2003

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma is reopening its casino under a new name and new management.

Seneca-Cayuga Casino was closed three months ago, leading to 160 layoffs. It will reopen as Grand Lake Casino and will be managed by a company that also manages a casino owned by the Quapaw Tribe.

The tribe is also moving forward with plans to open a bingo hall on ancestral territory in New York despite objections from state politicians and a letter from the Bureau of Indian affairs that questions whether the recent purchase of 227 acres of land is valid.

Get the Story:
New management to reopen casino (AP 1/22)
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe set to build bingo hall (The Syracuse Post-Standard 1/22)