The Kialegee Tribal Town's planned to build a casino in Broken Arrow but it sits unfinished due to legal disputes. On March 5, 2015 a the developer said the project will resume at an undisclosed location inTulsa County. Updates will be posted as they become available.
RED CLAY CASINO
Intersection of East 111th Street South and South 129th East Avenue
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
The Kialegee (pronounced Kā-a-ledge-ē) Tribal Town is a federally-recognized tribe and a member of the former Creek Nation Reservation.
Dec 20, 2012: Construction began on this casino.
May 16, 2013: The Oklahoma's Attorney General asked a federal court to stop the Red Clay Casino project. The result was a court ordered injunction to immediately stop construction.
June 20, 2012: The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) ruled against construction of the Clay Casino at its site in Broken Arrow. The commission decided against an appeal by the two Muscogee (Creek) women who own the land and switched tribes to lease it to the Kialegee Tribal Town.
Sept 9, 2013: The 10th U.S. Circuit of Appeals reviewed the state's lawsuit and decided it will hold off consideration of the case until the U.S. Supreme Court decides a case from Michigan that might affect the outcome (Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community).
Updates will be posted here as they happen.
Photo taken after construction stopped.