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Cayuga Nation reopens gaming facility in Union Springs, adds 80 electronic games

For the second time in five months, the Cayuga Indian Nation has reopened the LakeSide Entertainment gaming facility in Union Springs.

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2/28/2019

article Cayuga Nation lawsuit against Seneca County may head to Supreme Court — again
(New York) -- Seneca County's efforts to foreclosure on tax delinquent properties owned by the Cayuga Indian Nation that are not part of a recognized reservation,...
article Cayuga Nation lawsuit against Seneca County may head to Supreme Court — again
(New York) -- Seneca County’s efforts to foreclosure on tax delinquent properties owned by the Cayuga Indian Nation that are not part of a recognized reservation,...

1/7/2019

article NY County Appeals Cayuga Nation Property Tax Ruling (sub req)
(New York) -- New York's Seneca County on Friday appealed to the Second Circuit a district court ruling that determined the Cayuga Indian Nation's tribal...

12/12/2018

article Cayuga Nation Secures Win In NY Property Tax Row (sub req)
(New York) -- A New York federal court judge sided with the Cayuga Indian Nation Tuesday in a long-running dispute with Seneca County over the collection of property...

8/6/2018

article Cayuga Nation establishes criminal court system
(New York) -- Following the establishment of its own police force, the Cayuga Nation has announced the creation of a new criminal court system to aid in the prosecution...

8/3/2018

article Cayuga Group Seeks Fast Win Over BIA In Tribal Leaders Suit
(Washington D.C.) -- Members of the Cayuga Nation pressed a D.C. federal court on Friday to hand them a win in their suit against the Bureau of Indian Affairs over its...

7/30/2018

article Cayuga Nation police force swears in nine new officers
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation has sworn in nine additional officers to its police force. Libert J. Caloia III, Thomas J. O'Connor, Robert S. Griffin, David T....

7/28/2018

article Appellate Court: Unity Council must vacate Cayuga Nation properties
(New York) -- The Fourth Judicial Department of state Supreme Court’s Appellate Division in Rochester has upheld a lower court decision requiring the Unity Council...

7/16/2018

article County attorney says CIN police have no authority without reservation
(New York) -- Seneca County Attorney Frank Fisher said the recently announced Cayuga Indian Nation Police Department has no police authority because the Nation does not...

7/4/2018

article Cayuga County urges BIA to reject Cayuga Nation land trust request
(New York) -- Cayuga County is urging the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs to reject Cayuga Nation's reignited land-into-trust...

5/24/2018

article Helming urges BIA to reject Cayuga Nation trust application
(New York) -- State Sen. Pam Helming, R-54 of Canandaigua, recently sent a letter to the director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ Eastern Regional Office “...
article Our view: Katko must advocate for Cayuga County in land trust case
(New York) -- A unified effort to petition the federal government to more carefully consider a land trust application affecting Cayuga and Seneca counties so far appears...

5/20/2018

article Cayuga Indian Nation hires superintendent of police
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation does not yet have an official reservation. But in apparent anticipation of that happening, the Nation announced Friday that it has...

5/13/2018

article Full steam ahead with development
(New York) -- Orangeburg County Development Commission Chairman Ken Middleton says he is not one to cry over spilled milk. His attitude is admirable and just what is...

5/8/2018

article Lawmakers speak out against tribe's attempt to place Cayuga County land into trust
(New York) -- Two state lawmakers who represent the town of Springport and village of Union Springs oppose the Cayuga Indian Nation's application to place nearly 130...

5/7/2018

article Seneca County Supervisors may reaffirm opposition to Cayuga Nation trust application
(New York) -- The Seneca County Board of Supervisors is expected to reiterate its opposition to the Cayuga Indian Nation’s desire to have 129 acres of its land put...

4/25/2018

article Seneca Supervisors committee again opposes Cayuga Nation trust application
(New York) -- Almost 12 years ago today, April 13, 2006, the Cayuga Indian Nation in Seneca Falls applied to put 129 acres of land it owns in Seneca and Cayuga counties...

3/28/2018

article Federal court denies immediate injunction in Cayuga Nation leadership dispute
(New York) -- A federal court has denied an immediate injunction to block a federal decision recognizing a group of Cayuga Nation citizens as its leaders, according to a...

3/4/2018

article Our view: Cayuga County, others wise to intervene in Supreme Court case
(New York) -- Cayuga County, Seneca County, the village of Union Springs and the town of Springport have wisely decided to intervene in yet another crucial U.S. Supreme...

3/2/2018

article U.S. Supreme Court case could impact Cayuga Nation and Cayuga County municipalities
(Washington D.C.) -- Cayuga County, the village of Union Springs, the town of Springport and members of the Cayuga Nation have filed friend of the court briefs in a U.S...

2/26/2018

article Rival Factions of Cayuga Tribe Spar for Control
(New York) -- A group of Cayuga Indians whom the United States recognized as the New York tribe’s governing body can intervene in the challenge to that designation...

1/25/2018

article Cayuga Faction Tries To Intervene In Tribal Leadership Row [sub req]
(New York) -- A faction of Cayuga Nation leaders has asked to step into a suit from members of a rival tribal faction alleging the Bureau of Indian Affairs’...

9/17/2017

article Cayuga Nation leaders win control of tribal assets as internal fight continues
(New York) -- A leadership dispute within the Cayuga Nation appears to be far from settled despite intervention by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. In July, the BIA...

8/7/2017

article Unity Council appeal denied
(New York) -- That didn’t take long. The Interior Board of Indian Appeals Thursday denied an appeal by a group of Cayuga Indian Nation members who challenged a...

7/17/2017

article Federal government upholds decision on Cayuga Nation leadership
(New York) -- The federal government upheld a decision by the Bureau of Indian Affairs Eastern Regional Director Bruce Maytubby to recognize Clint Halftown and his...
article Halftown faction gets nod to lead Cayugas
(New York) -- It’s official: A faction led by Clint Halftown is the federally recognized governing body of the Cayuga Indian Nation. Assistant Bureau of Indian...

5/24/2017

article Seneca County's fight to foreclose on tribe's tax-delinquent properties gets a reset
(New York) -- Seneca County’s legal battle to foreclose on tax-delinquent Cayuga Indian Nation properties is heading to the U.S. Supreme Court — again. The...

5/3/2017

article Judge Says Upstate County Cannot Tax Cayuga-Held Land
(New York) -- An 1838 treaty did not void a Cayuga Nation Reservation in New York state, and five parcels of land within the reserve area that the Cayugas have...

12/18/2016

article Department of Interior's BIA sides with Halftown
(New York) -- Embattled Cayuga Indian Nation official Clint Halftown has survived the latest challenge to his leadership of the tribe. In a ruling issued Thursday, the U...

8/18/2016

article Cayuga Nation accuses citizens of fraud for opening up smokeshop
(New York) -- A long-running leadership dispute within the Cayuga Nation of New York is spilling over into another business venture. Two tribal citizens recently...

8/14/2016

article Our view: Cayuga Nation must resolve to end internal feud
(New York) -- The leadership dispute at the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York has had many noteworthy twists over the past several years, and last week certainly...

6/9/2016

article Letter: Cayugas prefer to stay out of court
(New York) -- Your June 5, 2016 editorial (“Fight Cayuga Nation case on the merits”) contains several inaccuracies and misrepresentations. First, your...

6/6/2016

article Appeals court: Halftown can sue village
(New York) -- Just over a year ago, a federal district court judge ruled that Cayuga Indian Nation official Clint Halftown did not have legal standing to file a lawsuit...

6/4/2016

article Our view: Fight Cayuga Nation case on the merits
(New York) -- With a federal appeals court panel's ruling last week reinstating the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York lawsuit against Union Springs, the village has a...
article Circuit Reinstates Gaming Lawsuit by Cayuga Nation
(New York) -- A Cayuga Nation lawsuit to block a local village from enforcing an anti-gambling ordinance has been revived by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second...

6/3/2016

article Ruling in dispute over local anti-gaming law won by Cayuga Nation
(New York) -- A ruling by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday means that Cayuga Nation of New York can move forward with a lawsuit challenging a local anti-...

6/2/2016

article New York Tribe Can Dispute Anti-Gaming Law
(New York) -- Known as the "People of the Great Swamp," the Cayuga Nation can fight an anti-gaming ordinance pushed by a village bordering one of New York'...

4/4/2016

article High Court Ruling Backs Tribe's Bingo Rights, 2nd Circ. Told
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation told the Second Circuit on Friday that a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision backing a Nebraska tribe's authority over its reservation...

3/25/2016

article Theft of Cayuga Youth Trust Fund Leads to Investigation, Audit
(New York) -- New York State Inspector General Catherine Leahy Scott released the results of the Inspector General’s (IG) office in regards to the theft of funds...

12/2/2015

article Seneca County files counterclaim in court battle with tribe
(New York) -- The legal war between Seneca County and the Cayuga Indian Nation rages on. The latest round is a counterclaim filed by Brian Laudadio, the county’s...

12/1/2015

article Seneca County files counterclaim in court battle with tribe
(New York) -- The legal war between Seneca County and the Cayuga Indian Nation rages on. The latest round is a counterclaim filed by Brian Laudadio, the county’s...

10/14/2015

article Bighorse bucking for big change among Cayugas
(New York) -- Kimball Bighorse is a new player within the Cayuga Indian Nation, serving as general manager of LakeSide Trading convenience store and gas station on Route...

10/2/2015

article Indian Land Ruling Dooms Tribe's Bingo Hall, 2nd Circ. Told [sub req]
(New York) -- A New York village on Thursday told the Second Circuit that its recent decision in a separate case centering on what constitutes "Indian lands"...

9/14/2015

article 'A NEW LEVEL OF VIOLENCE': Investigation continues following shooting at tribe property; two arrested
(New York) -- In the words of Seneca County’s undersheriff, the dispute between factions of the Cayuga Nation has reached a new level of violence. The sheriff...

8/27/2015

article Attorney says tribe foreclosure case may still be taken up by Supreme Court
(New York) -- Seneca County has the right to impose property taxes on land owned by the Cayuga Indian Nation, but the law does not allow for a mechanism to collect those...

6/16/2015

article Cayugas hold SHARE event with other tribes
(New York) -- Two canoes and three kayaks paddled by two Cayugas, two Mohawks, one Onondaga, a Menominee and a Navajo launched from Cayuga Lake State Park just past 11 a...

6/12/2015

article Cayuga Nation Kicks Off 10th Annual SHARE Farm Gathering by Canoeing Across Cayuga Lake
(New York) -- Two canoes and three kayaks paddled by two Cayugas, two Mohawks, one Onondaga, a Menominee, and a Navajo launched from Cayuga Lake State Park just past 11...
article Cayugas Travel to Annual Gathering in the Traditional Way by Canoe to 10th Year of Cayuga Nation SHARE Farm Picnic
(New York) -- Many Cayugas are choosing to travel to the annual Cayuga Nation SHARE Farm picnic in a manner that would make our ancestors proud this year – by foot...

5/24/2015

article Letter: Gaming not backed by Cayuga Nation
(New York) -- The federal court made the right ruling on May 19 by dismissing the court case brought by Clint Halftown, Tim Twoguns and Gary Wheeler supposedly on behalf...

5/23/2015

article Judge: Halftown can’t sue Union Springs
(New York) -- A federal judge has ruled the Clint Halftown faction of the Cayuga Indian Nation does not have legal standing to file a lawsuit against this Cayuga County...

5/19/2015

article With Cayuga Nation's leadership in dispute, judge rules Halftown doesn't have standing to file lawsuit against Union Springs
(New York) -- A group led by Clint Halftown does not have standing to file a lawsuit against the village of Union Springs to prevent interference with its gaming...

3/11/2015

article Our view: Resolve Cayuga Nation taxation problem
(New York) -- We're glad to see our representatives in Albany pushing for state funds again this year to help offset the loss of property taxes Cayuga County should...

3/6/2015

article Nozzolio's bill would require Cayuga Nation to pay taxes on land owned in Cayuga, Seneca counties
(New York) -- Legislation reintroduced in the New York State Legislature would declare that qualified reservation status doesn't apply to the Cayuga Indian Nation...

2/27/2015

article BIA officials stress Cayuga Nation must settle leadership dispute on its own
(New York) -- Leaders from the Bureau of Indian Affairs want to make it clear: The Cayuga Nation must solve its leadership dispute on its own.
article Bureau of Indian Affairs and Justice Department working to mediate Cayuga Nation leadership dispute
(New York) -- Last summer, ten years of disputes over the Cayuga Nation leadership escalated to standoffs and violent confrontations between a group led by Clint...
article Feds tell Cayuga Indian Nation to settle bitter power struggle without U.S. interference
(Washington D.C.) -- A long-simmering dispute over the leadership of the Cayuga Indian Nation won't be settled anytime soon by the federal government.
article Police chief, BIA officials explain Cayuga leadership decision
(New York) -- Before Friday’s decision by the Bureau of Indian Affairs on leadership of the Cayuga Indian Nation, Seneca Falls Police Chief Stuart Peenstra knew...
article The Cayuga Indian Nation will have to continue to work out leadership fight on its own
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation will have to continue to sort out a leadership dispute on its own, as the federal government has declined to make a ruling.

2/26/2015

article Clashes mar Cayuga Nation's return home
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation is back in its homeland. With it have come clashes between opposing factions over leadership and gambling, clashes that have centered...

2/23/2015

article Bureau of Indian Affairs: Work Out Differences, Decide Who Controls Cayuga Nation Government
(New York) -- In recent years, there have been clashes between rival groups of Cayuga Indians at the site of Cayuga Nation businesses in Cayuga and Seneca counties....

1/29/2015

article Cayuga Nation, Union Springs await federal court decision on gaming, leadership
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation's legal dispute with the village of Union Springs continued Wednesday when attorneys from both sides stood before a federal judge to...

1/26/2015

article Ex-state official admits stealing thousands from trust funds for Cayuga Nation children
(New York) -- A state official admitted in court Monday that she stole thousands of dollars from trust fund accounts held for Cayuga Indian Nation minors which she...

12/20/2014

article Judge: Unity Council can't intervene in Cayuga Nation lawsuit against Union Springs
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation's Unity Council cannot stop a lawsuit filed against the village of Union Springs on behalf of the Cayuga Nation by an opposing...

12/17/2014

article Cayuga Nation groups in federal court over Union Springs lawsuit authority
(New York) -- Representatives from the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York — both from the group of longtime federal representative Clint Halftown and from the Unity...

12/8/2014

article Supreme Court brings good news to Cayuga Nation in land dispute
(Washington D.C.) -- The U.S. Supreme Court won't be hearing a foreclosure dispute involving the Cayuga Nation of New York. In July, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals...

12/1/2014

article Supreme Court to consider motion in Cayuga Nation land case
(Washington D.C.) -- The U.S. Supreme Court will consider a motion this week in a land case involving the Cayuga Nation of New York. In July, the 2nd Circuit Court of...

11/18/2014

article Gas station remains focal point of Cayuga Nation leadership feud
(New York) -- A gas station owned by the Cayuga Nation along Cayuga Lake is in different hands and back open as a fight over control of nation enterprises continues....

11/17/2014

article Cayuga Nation-owned gas station in Union Springs changes hands again
(New York) -- The disputed Lakeside convenience store and gas station in Union Springs has changed hands again, members of the Cayuga Nation reported. The store was...
article Two sides continue dispute over Cayuga Nation convenience store
(New York) -- Five unarmed Cayuga Nation supporters were injured Monday during an attack at the Lakeside convenience store and gas station in Union Springs, the Cayuga...

10/22/2014

article Cayuga Nation dispute at Union Springs gas station escalated over weekend, police intervened (video)
(New York) -- A video provided by members of the Cayuga Nation shows that a dispute at the Nation-owned Union Springs gas station escalated over the weekend. The video,...

10/20/2014

article Cayuga Nation leaders: 7 arrests illustrate problem Nation faces with 'outsiders attempting to interfere'
(New York) -- The arrest of seven men at the Cayuga Nation-owned Lakeside Gas Station is part of a bigger problem, according to Cayuga Nation leaders. At 12:15 p.m....

10/16/2014

article State employee accused of stealing $24K from trust funds set up for tribe’s minors
(New York) -- A state employee who works in Erie County is accused of systematically stealing $24,687 from 15 trust-fund accounts held for Cayuga Indian Nation children...

10/15/2014

article State ponies up $2.5M for tribe’s unpaid taxes
(New York) -- Waterloo Supervisor Robert Shipley went to Tuesday night’s Seneca County Board of Supervisors meeting with some good news. He told the Indian Affairs...

10/14/2014

article OCFS official accused of stealing Native American trust money
(New York) -- The director of an Office for Children and Family Services (OCFS) unit that deals with Native American issues was arrested Tuesday on charges that she had...
article Official charged in theft from tribe minors
(New York) -- A Getzville woman is accused of stealing money over seven years from trust fund accounts held for Cayuga Nation children, which she oversaw as director of...
article State official accused of stealing $24K from trust funds for Cayuga Nation children
(New York) -- A state official is charged with stealing more than $24,000 from trust fund accounts held for Cayuga Indian Nation minors which she oversaw.

9/21/2014

article Tribe’s attorney says arrests needed in takeovers
(New York) -- Daniel French, a lawyer for the Cayuga Indian Nation and its six-member governing body, says the takeover of two tribal businesses by a group of six to 12...

9/18/2014

article Cayuga Nation leadership standoff continues as Unity Council group splits off
(New York) -- As police presence was required for a second straight day at Cayuga Indian Nation of New York property in Union Springs, representatives of two factions...

9/17/2014

article Flatbed thought to be carrying cigarettes causes uproar at already-tense Cayuga Nation gas station
(New York) -- After a few quiet hours at Lake Side Trading -- a Cayuga Nation gas station that was the site of a large fight earlier Wednesday afternoon that brought out...
article One person injured near Cayuga Nation gas station off Route 90 where fight broke out
(New York) -- A large police presence has swarmed Route 90 near Route 326, where a fight broke out Wednesday afternoon at a Cayuga Nation gas station.

8/3/2014

article Supreme Court Preview: County Can’t Foreclose on Indian Nation’s Reacquired Reservation Land
(New York) -- In a per curiam opinion, the Second Circuit has set the stage for a showdown on county foreclosure for failure to pay ad valorum taxes on reservation...

8/1/2014

article Appeals Court backs Cayuga Indian Nation in foreclosure case
(New York) -- The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling barring Seneca County from foreclosing on Cayuga Indian Nation-owned properties with delinquent...
article Circuit Says Tribal Land Immune from Foreclosures
(New York) -- In a blow to rural communities struggling to maintain their tax base, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed a decision that said...

7/31/2014

article Federal appeals court rules Cayuga Nation properties can't be subject to foreclosure
(New York) -- A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court's 2012 ruling that prevents Seneca County from foreclosing on property owned by the Cayuga Indian...

7/23/2014

article One month after Unity Council speaks, opposing faction of Cayuga Nation shares its side of dispute with Legislature
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation is governed by consensus. And according to Clint Halftown, the tribe's Heron Clan representative and purported federal...

5/21/2014

article 0 for 2: Halftown complaint dismissed in Cayuga County
(New York) -- Acting State Supreme Court Justice for Cayuga County Thomas Leone has ruled against Cayuga Indian Nation leader Clint Halftown and his supporters.
article Judges say they can't intervene in Cayuga Nation leadership dispute, case heads to appeal
(New York) -- The dispute between two groups who say they are leaders of the Cayuga Nation is going to a higher court after judges in courts in Cayuga and Seneca...

5/20/2014

article Cayuga County judge dismisses remaining lawsuit in Cayuga Nation dispute
(New York) -- The remaining lawsuit lodged against one faction of the divided Cayuga Indian Nation has been dismissed. On Tuesday morning in Cayuga County Court, Judge...
article Court dismisses Halftown complaint
(New York) -- Acting State Supreme Court Justice Dennis Bender Monday dismissed the complaint of Cayuga Indian Nation leader Clint Halftown and his supporters against...
article Lawsuit dismissed in Cayuga Nation leadership dispute
(New York) -- A Seneca County judge has dismissed a legal case brought by one faction of the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York seeking to force another faction out of...

5/18/2014

article Bender to issue ruling in Cayuga dispute Monday
(New York) -- Acting State Supreme Court Judge Dennis Bender said he will issue a decision Monday afternoon on which Cayuga Indian faction is entitled to possess the...

5/17/2014

article Police car smashed, five charged, in incident at Cayuga Nation building
(New York) -- Four men and a teenaged girl face charges after a van they were in smashed into a Seneca Falls Police car in an incident involving a manufacturing plant...
article Unity Council leaders reach out to Seneca County board
(New York) -- The ongoing Cayuga Indian Nation leadership dispute has dominated the headlines. It dominated the Seneca County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday...

5/12/2014

article Seneca County board to hear from Unity Council member
(New York) -- The ongoing leadership dispute between two factions of the Cayuga Indian Nation will be brought home to the Seneca County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.

5/5/2014

article Decade old leadership dispute in Cayuga Nation flares up
(New York) -- A decade-old dispute between traditional leadership in the Cayuga Indian Nation and its representative to the U.S. government has boiled over. The two...

5/2/2014

article Halftown’s a no-show at Cayuga meeting
(New York) -- As tensions escalate in the Cayuga Indian Nation leadership dispute, local police are devoting resources to ensuring public safety. Seneca Falls Police...
article Judges order Unity Council to vacate Cayuga Nation offices, stores in Cayuga, Seneca counties
(New York) -- This week's dispute between two Cayuga Indian Nation factions will now play out in courtrooms in Cayuga and Seneca counties.

5/1/2014

article Cayuga Nation's gas station, store in Union Springs closed — again
(New York) -- Once again, a Union Springs gas station and convenience store is closed. After a volatile week marked by confrontations between fighting factions within...

4/29/2014

article TRIBAL TAKEOVER: Cayuga Unity Council moves against Halftown
(New York) -- For the second time in three years, members of the Cayuga Indian Nation’s Unity Council have attempted to oust Clint Halftown from his leadership...

4/28/2014

article Cayuga Nation sites in Union Springs, Seneca Falls secure after altercations earlier
(New York) -- Confrontations between opposing factions of the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York on Monday morning resulted in law enforcement authorities being called to...
article Confrontations close Cayuga Nation businesses in Central New York
(New York) -- Cayuga Nation businesses in Union Springs and Seneca Falls were closed after a confrontation Monday by opposing sides in a dispute over nation leadership.

4/1/2014

article N.Y. budget includes $2.5M for unpaid tribe taxes
(New York) -- The state budget will include money to offset the property taxes the Cayuga Indian Nation refuses to pay Seneca and Cayuga counties. State Sen. Mike...

3/27/2014

article Cayugas buy 58th property
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation has purchased its 58th property in this Seneca County town. The Seneca Falls-based tribe bought a 0.76-acre parcel at 3047 E....

3/6/2014

article Cayuga Indian Nation pleased with casino exclusivity ruling
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation cannot build a Class III casino in Seneca County. But it could build one in Cayuga County, thanks to a Tuesday court ruling.

3/4/2014

article Cayuga Nation: Oneida nation-New York settlement lets us build Cayuga County casino
(New York) -- The approval today of the sweeping agreement between the Oneida Indian Nation and New York state guarantees the Cayuga Nation the right to build a casino...

1/21/2014

article Board: Halftown still Cayuga Nation's federal representative
(New York) -- A federal administrative appeals board has ruled in favor of the current federally recognized representative of the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York in...

1/8/2014

article Appeals court judges hear from tribe, Seneca County in tax foreclosure battle
(New York) -- After listening to arguments and quizzing attorneys for nearly an hour Tuesday, the three-judge U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals will decide at a later...

1/7/2014

article Seneca County officials head to NYC for tribe foreclosure arguments
(New York) -- The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan was set to hear oral arguments this morning on Seneca County’s effort to foreclose on Cayuga...

1/5/2014

article Nozzolio: Cayuga Nation robbing local taxpayers
(New York) -- The recent Auburn Citizen editorial criticizing the Cayuga Indians for re-opening a gambling casino in the village of Union Springs was right on target....

12/30/2013

article Oneida Nation won't oppose Cayuga casino
(New York) -- Although Cayuga County is part of the 10-county exclusive area Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s casino deal grants to the Oneida Indian Nation, the tribe now says...

12/28/2013

article Cuomo won't oppose Cayuga casino
(New York) -- Although Cayuga County is part of the 10-county exclusive area Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s casino deal grants to the Oneida Indian Nation, the tribe now says...

12/27/2013

article Village: Cayugas jumped the gun on reopening gaming facility
(New York) -- Although the Cayuga Indian Nation’s Lakeside Entertainment Center reopened last week, it may not stay open for long. The village of Union Springs has...

12/26/2013

article OP/ED: Cayugas in violation in Union Springs
(New York) -- Whether you call it gaming or gambling, it shouldn't be going on in Union Springs. But there it is, right out in the open, at the Lakeside...

12/20/2013

article Tribe reopens Cayuga County gaming hall
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation reopened its electronic gaming hall in this Cayuga County village Thursday.

12/19/2013

article Cayuga Nation reopens gaming facility in Union Springs, adds 80 electronic games
(New York) -- For the second time in five months, the Cayuga Indian Nation has reopened the LakeSide Entertainment gaming facility in Union Springs.
article Cayuga Nation reopens Union Springs gambling hall
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation has reopened its LakeSide Entertainment center with more than 80 new electronic bingo machines.
article Counties want tribe’s leadership dispute settled
(New York) -- Not so fast. That’s the position of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors and the Cayuga County Legislature regarding the Cayuga Indian Nation...

12/16/2013

article Oneida Nation tells judge they will not prevent Cayugas from building a casino in Cayuga County
(New York) -- The Oneida Indian Nation won't stand in the way if the Cayuga Indian Nation decides to build a casino in Cayuga County, according to documents filed...

8/9/2013

article Cayuga Indians want to ask judge to halt Oneida Nation casino deal
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation will ask a judge today to put the brakes on a settlement between the state and Oneida Indian Nation that would give the Oneidas a casino...
article Cayugas could tie up state-Oneida nation casino deal for years, lawyer says
(New York) -- The landmark casino settlement between New York and the Oneida Indian Nation could be held up for years if the Cayuga Indians get involved, a lawyer for...

7/30/2013

article Our View: State must address Cayugas' gaming
(New York) -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the state gambling expansion bill into law Tuesday, a measure that could have a profound impact on communities across the state.

7/29/2013

article Cayuga Nation won't seek gambling license for Class II facility
(New York) -- The Cayuga Nation of New York won't be seeking local approval for its Class II gaming facility. The tribe reopened the LakeSide Entertainment earlier...

7/26/2013

article Cayuga Indian Nation says it won't get bingo hall license from Union Springs
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation and the village of Union Springs might be headed back to court after the tribe said it won't comply with village's...

7/14/2013

article Molloy: You call it gaming, I call it gambling
(New York) -- It seems that while Old McDonald had a farm, there doesn’t seem to be anyone singing the praises of any bingo that might take place in the farming...

7/9/2013

article Cayuga Indian bingo hall ordered to obtain Union Springs gambling license
(New York) -- The village of Union Springs has ordered the newly re-opened Cayuga Indian bingo hall to apply for a license from the village. The "Order to Remedy...
article Union Springs orders Cayuga Indian Nation to obtain license for gaming facility
(New York) -- Less than a week after the Cayuga Indian Nation reopened its gaming hall in Union Springs, village officials ordered the tribe to comply with village law...

7/7/2013

article Our View: Answers needed on Cayugas' gaming facility
(New York) -- When the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York closed its gaming facility in Union Springs eight years ago, the explanation was simple.

7/5/2013

article Cayugas reopen dormant bingo hall in central NY
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation says it has reopened a bingo hall in central New York eight years after shutting down in the middle of a dispute with local...

7/3/2013

article Cayuga Nation reopens Union Springs gaming facility
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation reopened its bingo hall in Union Springs today after an eight-year hiatus. The move comes as the Cayugas are fighting a new...
article Cayugas reopen gaming facility in Union Springs
(New York) -- After suspending operations eight years ago at its gaming facility in Union Springs, the Cayuga Indian Nation said Wednesday that they have reopened the...

6/14/2013

article Cayuga Nation Submits Court Filing Regarding Oneida – New York Agreement
(New York) -- With the historic agreement between the Oneida Indian Nation and Gov. Andrew Cuomo soon to be heard by the State Legislature the Cayuga Nation has raised...

6/13/2013

article Cayuga Nation takes action on gaming rights deal
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation says it's prepared to take legal action against the exclusive gaming rights agreement between the Oneida Indian Nation and...

12/21/2011

article BIA dismisses Cayuga land-in-trust application
(New York) -- It may only be a fleeting triumph, but Seneca and Cayuga counties are celebrating Tuesday’s decision by the Bureau of Indian Affairs to reject the...

12/20/2011

article Cayuga Nation's land into trust bid dismissed
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation's application to take nearly 130 acres of land into trust in Cayuga and Seneca counties has been dismissed by the U.S....
article Cayugas plan to resubmit land-trust request after federal officials kick back 'incomplete' application
(New York) -- The Cayuga Indian Nation plans to resubmit its federal application to gain sovereign trust land that would enable the tribe to open Class III gaming...
article Feds dismiss Cayuga Nation's land trust plan
(New York) -- The Department of the Interior has dismissed the Cayuga Indian Nation's request to put 129 acres of upstate New York land into a tax-exempt federal...
article No Casino In Seneca Falls, The Inspiration For “It’s A Wonderful Life”
(New York) -- Seneca Falls, home to the women’s rights movement and believed to be the inspiration for the fictitious village Bedford Falls in the classic “...

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