Legal gambling is a step closer to becoming reality in Cherokee County. On March 1, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Tribal Council approved a resolution to look at potential land opportunities and study the financial feasibility of establishing a Class II gaming facility in Cherokee County, Principal Chief Michell Hicks said.
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