After being closed for 10 months, the Lucky Dog Casino reopened. The casino is
owned by the Skokomish Tribe. It is located north of Shelton on Highway 101.
Recession had caused the casino to lay off 120 people and close operation during
the winter. Competition from other casinos was another reason for the closing.
In recent years the Little Creek, Red Wind, and Lucky Eagle have had expansion
renovations in the last few years.
Last month the Lucky Dog Casino held a job fair for 50 positions. 400 people
applied. In 2006 the casino underwent renovations at a cost of $4 million to the
gaming area, lounges, restaurant, and gift shop. The interior was recently
redesigned and has 125 gaming machines.
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