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Tribal leader says casino CEO out; some council members disagree

After a 3-3 vote by the Northern Arapaho Business Council, Wind River Hotel and Casino CEO Jim Conrad received a letter from NABC chairman Lee Spoonhunter that stated Conrad will not be offered a new contract. "This is not a termination," Spoonhunter said. "Your present contract will expire on its own terms on June 30, 2019. We expect that you will continue to serve as CEO until that date. We thank you for your service to the Northern Arapaho Tribe."

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6/7/2019

article Northern Arapaho Business Council Retains D.C-Based Law Firm
(Wyoming) -- In a release posted to the Northern Arapaho Tribe's Facebook page, the Northern Arapaho Business Council announced that the Lander-based law firm,...

5/29/2019

article Controversy Follows Arapaho Business Council Decision on Wyoming Casino CEO
(Wyoming) -- Wind River Hotel and Casino CEO Jim Conrad can keep his current position at the helm of Wyoming’s largest gaming venue until the end of June, but...
article Northern Arapaho Tribe in conflict over fate of top gaming executive
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5/27/2019

article Tribal leader says casino CEO out; some council members disagree
(Wyoming) -- After a 3-3 vote by the Northern Arapaho Business Council, Wind River Hotel and Casino CEO Jim Conrad received a letter from NABC chairman Lee Spoonhunter...

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