Colville Tribes include restaurant in expansion project at casino

The Coulee Dam Casino in Coulee Dam, Washington. Photo from Facebook

The Colville Tribes of Washington are renovating and expanding one of their casinos.

The Coulee Dam Casino will see a restaurant on the second floor, The Grand Coulee Star reported. The space is open because the Colville Tribal Federal Corporation moved offices, the paper said.

The tribe is also planning to include a new gaming area, a lounge and a deck on the second floor. The area will be accessible from the outside via stairs or an elevator, the Star reported.

Additionally, the tribe is adding more parking space at the facility, the paper said.

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