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article Seven Feathers reopens Friday
(Oregon) -- Seven Feathers Casino Resort reopened Friday after being closed for two months, an event that was met with enthusiasm by customers and workers alike, all...


article Former Crow Creek leaders sentenced in $1M embezzlement scheme; Three more to be sentenced
(South Dakota) -- Three of the six former officials of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe who admitted stealing about $1 million from the tribe were sentenced this week in...


article Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville furloughs 500 workers
(Oregon) -- Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville has furloughed more than 500 of its workers. The casino closed its doors two weeks ago in an effort to reduce...


article Seven Feathers furloughs more than 500 workers
(Oregon) -- Seven Feathers Resort Casino in Canyonville is putting all but about 100 of its 637 workers on indefinite furlough in response to the spread of COVID-19 and...


article Sazue becomes sixth to plead guilty to Crow Creek embezzlement
(South Dakota) -- As of Wednesday, all six former Crow Creek tribal council members charged with embezzlement and theft have entered guilty pleas in federal court....


article 3 more escaped inmates nabbed; in Pierre not far from Women's Prison
(South Dakota) -- Only two of the nine inmates who walked away from the state Women’s Prison Community Center in Pierre on Monday night remain on the lam, after...


article Seven Feathers Donates to Casa de Belen
(Oregon) -- One organization facing a tough situation, helped another group in need on Friday afternoon. Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville implemented a two-...


article No Cases of COVID-19 in Cow Creek Tribe
(Oregon) -- No cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in members or staff of the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians. A Tribal release said to do its part in...


article Seven Feathers Casino announces closure amid coronavirus response
(Oregon) -- With Governor Brown issuing orders for restaurants and bars to go take-out or delivery only and restricting crowd sizes to 25, casinos in the state have been...


article Cow Creek Tribe helps out food pantries
(Washington) -- The Cow Creek Tribe of Umpqua Band of Indians recently handed over $36,000 to help feed the needy in Douglas County. Earlier this month, the Cow Creek...

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