Oregon tribe ready to welcome visitors to new Class II facility

A view of the gaming floor at the Three Rivers Casino in Coos Bay, Oregon. Workers have been testing out the Class II machines at the facility. Photo from Facebook

The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians in Oregon will open a Class II facility at noon tomorrow.

Casino staff has been busy putting the final touches on the Three Rivers Casino in Coos Bay. The $15 million facility has put 90 people to work.

"It's just really exciting to actually be able to bring it to fruition and open it," general manager Bob Garcia told WCBY.

The new establishment at 1297 Ocean Blvd NW is less than 3 miles from the Mill Casino, a Class III facility owned by the Coquille Tribe.

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