Nebraska firm wants to build Sioux City casino
SIOUX CITY (AP) — A Nebraska company wants to develop a casino and hotel in downtown Sioux City if it wins the rights to Woodbury County’s gambling license.
Lance Morgan, CEO of Ho-Chunk Inc., recently confirmed the company’s interest to local news outlets. Ho-Chunk is the economic development company affiliated with the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.
Missouri River Historical Development has said it’s considering a new partner to run a casino in Sioux City because it couldn’t agree on the details of a land-based casino with Penn National Gaming, which runs the current Argosy Sioux City river boat casino.
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