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Derrick Watchman on Expansion, How to Take Indian Gaming to the Next Level in 2015
Navajo tribal member Derrick Watchman stands watch over his tribe’s casinos, three in New Mexico, and one in Arizona, but he’s hoping to add more to the drawing board...
New Arizona Casino Could Have Same Economic Impact as Super Bowl
The “coming soon” signs for a new Tohono O’odham casino in Glendale, Arizona, can be replaced with “Construction (well) Underway” signs now that the tribe’s planned expansion has r...
Coushatta Casino Resort Celebrates 20 Years With Cake-Cutting Ceremony
Kinder, LA—Coushatta Casino Resort, owned and operated by the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana, celebrated its 20th anniversary on January 16...
New Cherokee Casino to Add 100 New Jobs, Slated for Summer Opening
On Monday, Cherokee Nation officials gathered to celebrate the topping off of construction on their new entertainment destination...
Northern Edge Navajo Casino Celebrates Three Years
The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (Navajo Gaming), led by Derrick Watchman, CEO, is proud to celebrate the three-year anniversary of its third Navajo casino, Northern Edge Navajo...
Cheap Gas and Less Snow Help Conn. Casinos Bounce Back
Two Indian casinos in Connecticut that struggled for most of 2014 are finally bouncing back...
Eight Not to Be Forgotten Stories from 2014
Gale Courey Toensing
This past year was filled with stories that pushed government-to-government and tribal sovereignty forward for Indian country...
Gaming Exclusivity Fees Dip for First Time in Oklahoma
For the first time since 2004, Native American tribes in Oklahoma paid less to the state in exclusivity fees than the previous year, according to a new report...
NIGA to Celebrate 30 Years With Improved Annual Trade Show and Convention
The National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA) 30 th Annual Trade Show and Convention, March 30 - April 2, 2015, at the San Diego Convention Center , is expected to be the largest...
Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
“It’s the tribal in tribal gaming that makes the difference and this has been a banner year for Indian gaming in Arizona,” said Valerie Spicer, Executive Director of the Arizona In...
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