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Apache Sky grand opening

Apache Sky Casino, an enterprise of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, opens Saturday, April 1 at 777 Apache Sky Boulevard, just south of mile marker 127 on Highway 77. The first casino to serve the north Tucson market, this 15,000-square-foot temporary facility is located on a 170-acre site on a mesa overlooking the high desert vistas of the San Carlos Apache reservation.


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article No rain in sight: Fire fears force land closures in Ariz.
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article Full circle: Urban Native American family keeps Apache traditions alive through hoop dancing
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article Mescalero man sentenced for sex abuse
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article Apache Sky grand opening
(Arizona) -- Apache Sky Casino, an enterprise of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, opens Saturday, April 1 at 777 Apache Sky Boulevard, just south of mile marker 127 on...


article Apache County named poorest in Arizona
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article Native American Chairs AZ Election Board
(Arizona) -- Attorney Steve M. Titla, a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, is the new chairman of the Arizona Citizens Clean Election Commission. It is the first...


article Arizona tribe on track to open temporary casino by January 2017
(Arizona) -- The San Carlos Apache Nation hopes to open its Apache Sky Casino located near Dudleyville on a 170-acre site on the southern end of its reservation in...


article Tribal Police Make Big Drug Bust
(Arizona) -- Tonto Apache Police made a big drug bust last week in one of the casino’s hotel rooms. Officers noticed Kortney Cadieux and Kevin Sanders, both of...


article Another Apache Casino Shuts Down, Employees Left With Uncertainty
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article Apaches close casinos
(Oklahoma) -- Two casinos owned by the Apache Indian Tribe of Oklahoma have been shut down for lack of funds, a tribal official said. Donnie Cabaniss, chairman of the...

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