Cherokee land approved for new gaming
November 10, 2010
A decision in favor of the Cherokee Nation was made. The approval came
Wednesday. The tribe will be able to operate a new gaming facility on recently
A statement from assistant secretary of Indian Affairs, Larry Echo Hawk was
released. In the statement he said the 17 acres that were acquired by the tribe
have been put into trust. The land is located south of Tahlequah on U.S. Highway
82 and U.S. Highway 62 in Cherokee County.
Currently the site for the casino is being finalized. As well as other plans for
the new gaming facility. The Cherokee Nation is hopeful to start ground breaking
as soon as possible.
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