Tribe opens first casino in spite of contract concerns
Native American Times,
Monday, November 24, 2008 at 2:21:33 PM
Despite opening its first casino this week, Wichita and Affiliated Tribes officials are questioning a $250,000 expenditure outlined by its casino contract agreement.
Wichita chairman Leslie Standing said a review of the contract that allowed the 2,200-member tribe to open their casino specifies thousands to renovate a community building that sits near the tribal complex.
The tribe planned to open a gaming site on its tribal property in Anadarko, but the Caddo County town is already home to the Western Delaware's Gold River Casino and the Apache Tribe's Silver Buffalo Casino.
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