Tribes in Oregon planning to open Class II gaming facility in April

Artist's rendering of the Three Rivers Casino in Coos Bay, Oregon. Image from CTLUSI

The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians in Oregon plan to open a new Class II facility in April, KCBY reports.

The Three Rivers Casino in Coos Bay will create 90 full-time positions. The tribe just announced the first hires -- four shift managers who will be running the facility on a daily basis.

The new establishment will be less than 3 miles from the Mill Casino, a Class III facility owned by the Coquille Tribe.

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