DEMING, NM - The Fort Sill Apaches have stopped offering paper bingo games at
its Homeland Casino near Deming after making an agreement with the federal
government. They had operated bingo games three days a week from April until
In July the National Indian Gaming Commission order the tribe to stop the bingo
games or risk $25,000 fines for violations.
Tribal Chairman Jeff Houser says the commission agreed to hold off fining the
tribe if it would stop the games pending the outcome of the tribe's appeal of
the violation notice.
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