FARMINGTON, NM - The Navajo Nation are enjoying great success from their Fire
Rock Casino which opened in November 2008. The Navajo's second casino will open
at Tse Daa Kaan with a small restaurant, slot machines and a small bingo hall.
Last week a request was issued to architectural companies for design proposals
of a third casino in Upper Fruitland. Earlier reports said the site would be
along the eastern boundary of Upper Fruitland on Navajo Route 36, just southwest
of Farmington. The estimated cost will be $70-$80 million and would include a
Additional casino plans are in evaluation for sites in Twin Arrows, Arizona,
which is 20 miles east of Flagstaff, in Navajo, Arizona on Pinta Road off
Interstate 40, in Chinle, Arizona, and in Hogback, New Mexico.
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