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Mill Casino sees successful re-open, gears up for holiday weekend

The casino was closed during the coronavirus pandemic. The Mill Casino's Tourism and Content Manager, Katherine Hoppe, said they reached their restricted 300-person capacity on Monday and have instituted safety measures to follow health guidelines. Those include screening employees and guests before entry and providing masks.

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5/22/2020

article Mill Casino sees successful re-open, gears up for holiday weekend
(Oregon) -- The Mill Casino in North Bend is on day four of being back in business on a limited scale since Monday. The casino was closed during the coronavirus pandemic...

5/21/2020

article Mill Casino sees successful re-open, gears up for holiday weekend
(Oregon) -- The casino was closed during the coronavirus pandemic. The Mill Casino's Tourism and Content Manager, Katherine Hoppe, said they reached their restricted...

5/20/2020

article Casino draws crowd for reopening
(Oregon) -- For the first time in two months, the Mill Casino was once again busy. “We had a few extra folks than we normally do and everybody really worked well...

5/18/2020

article Coquille tribe plans Medford hotel
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe plans to build a 111-room hotel in south Medford on land next to its proposed casino. The 63,350-square-foot Hotel at the Cedars...

5/10/2020

article Projections show California COVID-19 cases and deaths rising more than expected
(California) -- California is one of a handful of states where coronavirus cases and deaths are rising faster than researchers expected, according to the latest...

5/7/2020

article DeFazio announces $350k grant for Coquille Tribe brownfield assessment
(Oregon) -- U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., announced Wednesday that the Coquille Indian Tribe has received $350,000 in federal grant funding from the Environmental...

5/1/2020

article Coquille Tribe to expand local care access with new wellness center
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe has begun construction of Oregon’s first tribal health center offering services to the general public. “This is an...

4/30/2020

article Coquille Indian Tribe's new health center will provide services to general public
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe is building a 22,000 square foot health center on the Kilkich Reservation near Charleston. The $2 million facility will be "...

4/22/2020

article Coquille Tribe donates 5,000 N95 masks to county public health
(Washington) -- The Coquille Tribe's Emergency Management Team donated 5,000 N95 masks to the county's public health Tuesday afternoon. Tribal emergency manager...

4/7/2020

article Coquille Tribal Council to decide on furloughing portion of staff to cut costs
(Oregon) -- On the south coast, the Coquille Tribal Council will be deciding this week to furlough a major portion of its staff in an effort to cut costs. "A lot of...

3/23/2020

article Trump administration moves slowly on coronavirus funding for Indian Country
(Washington D.C.) -- After two weeks of complaints from tribal leaders and protests from key lawmakers, the Trump administration finally announced plans to distribute...

3/17/2020

article Mill Casino plans to stay open despite social distancing mandate
(Oregon) -- Despite restrictions around the state on bars and restaurants due to the coronavirus, the mill casino on the south coast says their doors will remain open....

3/3/2020

article Coquille Tribe Grants $20,000 To Douglas County Groups
(Oregon) -- Five Douglas County organizations will share more than $20,000 in grants from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund for programs addressing poverty, health and...

2/29/2020

article Silent partners: Tribe donates plastic patients for student nurses
(Oregon) -- Chester has one arm and no head, but he performs a valuable service for student nurses. “Without tools like this, it would be really hard for us to...

9/9/2019

press release TERO named program of the year by CTER
(Washington) -- The Council for Tribal Employment Rights (CTER) awarded the designation of TERO of the year to The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation at...

8/27/2019

article Mill Casino in North Bend to introduce sports betting to customers
(Oregon) -- Oregon is to become the 12th state to offer legal sports betting. The Mill Casino in North Bend says they'll soon add sports betting for their customers...

7/20/2019

article Potlatch means sharing: Tribe carries on ancestral tradition of generosity
(Oregon) -- To Coquille Indians, giving gifts feels as natural as baking salmon or weaving baskets.Tribal Chairperson Brenda Meade recalls a family story of long-ago...

7/7/2019

article Coquille powow in Bandon stirred my soul
(Oregon) -- Seacoast towns become dearer as summer wears on in the valley, but I’m not complaining, rather embracing? I’ve reformed. Plus, I’ve had...

7/4/2019

article 'Ko-kwell' or 'Coke-keel': the proper way to pronounce Coquille
(Oregon) -- When working with the Coquille Indian Tribe, we continuously get feedback from you, asking why we say "ko-kwell" versus "coke-keel." The...

7/1/2019

article 'We're still here' - Coquille Tribe celebrates 30th restoration anniversary
(Oregon) -- More than 400 Coquille Tribe members came home Saturday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the restoration of their tribe with drumming, dancing, sharing...

6/28/2019

article Coquille Indian Tribe fundraising tournament is success
(Oregon) -- The 17th annual Coquille Indian Tribe Adult Golf Fundraising Tournament was another big success, and will benefit local youth in several ways. The tournament...

6/25/2019

article Coquille Indian tribe celebrates 30th anniversary of restoration
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of its 1989 restoration. The restoration re-established the relationship of the tribe and...

6/17/2019

article Coquille Tribe celebrates 30th restoration anniversary
(Oregon) -- Coquille Tribal members living all across America will reunite in their ancestral homeland this month, as the tribe celebrates the 30th anniversary of its...

5/3/2019

article Coquille Indian Tribal Council says they can't support 'traditional cultural property'
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribal Council says it cannot support the Confederated Tribes of Coos, lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians's 'traditional cultural...

5/2/2019

article Coquille Tribe takes a stance against TCP
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Tribe announced Thursday that it cannot endorse the Traditional Cultural Property application proposed by tribal government neighbors of the...

3/5/2019

article $20K Tribal Grant will aid prenatal care
(Oregon) -- A $20,000 grant from the Coquille Indian Tribe will help buy an upgraded ultrasound machine to ensure the health of Douglas County babies. The grant to the...

3/1/2019

article Coquille Indian Tribe gives over $260,000 to local non-profits
(Oregon) -- For the 17th year, the Coquille Indian Tribe tribe is giving a total of $266,762.50 in grant money to local non-profits, businesses and community groups in...

2/21/2019

article Cow Creek CEO Critical of Coquille Tribes Plans
(Oregon) -- The CEO of the Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe of Indians is critical of plans by the Coquille Tribe to build an off-reservation casino in Medford, and...
article Oregon Coquille Tribe Snaps Up More Acreage for Second Casino, But Must Await DOI Approval
(Oregon) -- The Coquille tribe in Oregon awaits a federal ruling on whether a 2.42-acre site is part of its reservation, a determination that will decide whether or not...

2/19/2019

article Coquille Indian Tribe Remains Focused on Casino Construction in Medford
(Oregon) -- Currently, the Coquille Tribe owns about a large piece of land of Medford’s South Pacific Highway strip after an amount exceeding $6 million was spent...

1/22/2019

article Mill Casino agrees to donate $2,500 to South Coast Food Share
(Oregon) -- As the government shutdown continues, community groups in Coos County have taken note of the need. The Mill Casino is stepping forward, giving $2,500 to...

1/19/2019

article Council chief of Coquille Indian Tribe participates in lecture series
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe’s council chief, Don Ivy, is participating in a lecture series that begins Thursday, Jan. 24. According to a press release...

11/16/2018

article Telemedicine Grant Will Connect Health Professionals With Coquille Tribal Members
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Tribe has received a grant that it says will improve healthcare for its members, through technology. KLCC’s Brian Bull reports. More than...

11/10/2018

article Coquille tribe seeks to expand access to health care via telemedicine
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe will receive grants from the USDA to expand their access to healthcare, specifically, through telemedicine with the purchase of...

11/3/2018

article Coquille Indian Tribe receives grant form USDA to expand its healthcare services
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe received a grant Friday from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development to increase its medical care coverage using...

10/29/2018

article Coquille Tribe questions governor's push to expand gaming options
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Tribe is wondering why Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D), who is running for her first full term in office, wants to expand the state's gaming...

10/17/2018

article Coquille Indian Tribe has third annual College and Career Fair at The Mill Casino-Hotel
(Oregon) -- On Tuesday, the Coquille Indian Tribe held its third annual College and Career Fair for high school students at The Mill Casino-Hotel. Representatives from...

10/5/2018

article Coquille Tribe moving forward with Indian education curriculum, celebrating culture
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Indian Tribe has a long cultural history, broken apart by the loss and restoration of their "Tribe" designation. The tribe has not...

4/30/2018

article LETTER: Thank you, Coquille Tribe Fund
(Oregon) -- The Bay Area Senior Activity Center (BASAC) would like to thank the Coquille Tribal Community Fund for their generous $6,000 grant. With this grant we will...

4/10/2018

article Coquille Tribal Grant helps serve the community
(Oregon) -- Coquille Tribal Community Fund has awarded the Knights of Columbus Council 1261 with a $2,000 grant to assist with providing holiday food baskets to over 4,...

3/27/2018

press release F.I.R.S.T. receives Coquille Tribal grant
(Oregon) -- Friends Inspiring Reading Success Together will provide free books to students at Myrtle Crest Elementary School in Myrtle Point thanks to a recent $2,000...

3/14/2018

article Kids’ HOPE Center receives $15k Coquille Tribal Grant
(Oregon) -- The Kids’ HOPE Center got a big boost from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund after it received a $15,000 grant this month.

3/13/2018

article Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center receives Coquille Tribal grant
(Oregon) -- Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center will be able to purchase new IV pumps for its medical-surgical floor with a $5,000 grant from the Coquille Tribal...
article South Coast Family Harbor Relief Nursery receives Coquille Tribal grant
(Oregon) -- South Coast Family Harbor Relief Nursery has received a $20,000 grant from The Coquille Tribal Community Fund. These funds will be used to further the...

3/6/2018

article SAFE program receives $5k grant
(Oregon) -- The SAFE Project has received a $5,000 grant from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund to support the Alternatives to Violence program in 2018-2019.

2/28/2018

article Tribal grant supports urban habitat project
(Oregon) -- On a sunny February afternoon, a group of local high school students is giving nature a helping hand. Working on swampy ground near the Eastside Boat Ramp,...

2/27/2018

article With New Grant, Coquille Tribe Expands Food Donation Program
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Tribe is announcing a $20,000 grant that’ll help increase – and diversify -- food donations to hungry families. KLCC’s Brian...
article Coquille Tribal Community Fund grant helps keep firefighters safe
(Oregon) -- Fighting fires is dangerous twice. Obviously, plunging into a burning building is risky. But as it turns out, the danger doesn’t stop when firefighters...

2/26/2018

article Coos County tribal grant to recycle fresh produce for hungry families
(Oregon) -- A tribal grant is helping bring fresh produce to hungry families in Coos and Curry County. Operating as part of the South Coast Food Share, the Fresh...
article With New Grant, Coquille Tribe Expands Food Donation Program
(Oregon) -- The Coquille Tribe is announcing a $20,000 grant that’ll help increase – and diversify -- food donations to hungry families. KLCC’s Brian...

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