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Geyserville, tribe to get road, bridge fixes

Geyserville and nearby Alexander Valley are in line for road and bridge improvements leading to River Rock Casino.

Tribal roots dispute delays Dry Creek Pomo election

Disputes over tribal membership have flared up again within the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians, prompting an indefinite postponement of the election for its board of directors, which runs River Rock Casino near Geyserville.

River Rock Casino marks 10th anniversary, prepares for future

Casino officials intend to expand in a few more years with a permanent gaming hall, a 150- to 200-room hotel and additional restaurants. The expansion is driven by a competitive threat to the south that will end River Rock’s monopoly on Indian gaming in Sonoma County. The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria have started their long-stalled casino-resort in Rohnert Park just west of Highway 101, expected to open by late next year.