Beer, wine and cocktails could hit the gaming floor at Harrah's Cherokee Casino within six months, a gambling board member said Tuesday. “We have a lot of work to do,” said Norma Moss of the Tribal Casino Gaming Enterprise board. “We are taking this one step at a time.”
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