Poll: Americans accept casinos as they would any other business

On June 9, 2014, in News, Post, by barstow

By HOWARD STUTZ Americans view casinos as they would any other business in their communities, according to a nationwide survey conducted on behalf of the American Gaming Association. The results, in which public acceptance of gaming reached 57 percent, will be released today. Leaders of the Washington, D.C.-based trade organization and lobbying group are expected [...]

Local San Diego Tribes contribute $1.7 million to local governments. Under the agreement signed by the Los Coyotes and the City of Barstow, the community would receive more than $4 million per year.

On July 11, 2013, in News, Post, by barstow

TWO TRIBES CONTRIBUTE MONEY TO LOCAL AGENCIES $1.7 million given for public safety, other East County needs By Karen Pearlman The San Diego Union-Tribune EAST COUNTY — The county of San Diego, emergency personnel and several East County groups were among 18 recipients of a total of about $1.7 million in grants from the local [...]

A century of existing on a remote reservation

On June 30, 2011, in News, Post, by barstow

The Los Coyotes members are descendents of the Cahuilla and Cupeño Indians and live on a remote reservation in the rural mountains of San Diego County. Today, there is almost no development on the Los Coyotes reservation. Electricity, connected just 12 years ago, serves only the edge of the reservation. Click here to learn more [...]

An economic opportunity for two communities

On June 30, 2011, in News, Post, by barstow

For almost a decade, the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeño Indians and the City of Barstow have been working together to pursue a casino development project that could provide jobs and revenue to both communities who are in desperate need of economic opportunities. The 23-acre parcel in Barstow that is the subject of [...]