Cherokees have applied for paper bingo permit

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The Cherokees of Alabama, the group that owns the River Trace Golf Course property, will have a press conference at 2 p.m. Tuesday to discuss plans for the property and when bingo — initially paper, not electronic — will begin there. The press conference will be in the River Trace clubhouse auditorium. The Cherokees of Alabama purchased the 103 acres, the site of the former Goodyear Golf Course, for $13.1 million in May.