Wednesday marks the opening of Flowing Water Navajo Casino. Located east of
Shiprock, by five miles. This is the second casino to open for the Navajo
The new 11,000 square foot casino cost $3.1 million and will offer 120 gaming
machines. 62 jobs were created offering full time employment.
The first casino for the tribe, The Fire Rock Navajo Casino, near Gallup opened
2 years ago. Next month the tribe will break ground on their third casino. It
will be located in Upper Fruitland. Plans have also started on a fourth casino
to be located near Flagstaff.
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