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February 17, 2010 12:36 PM

Lottery approves revised contract for Sumner casino

WICHITA —  The Kansas Lottery Commission has approved a new contract with Chisholm Creek Casino Resort to build a casino in Sumner County. The contract includes amendments adding a hotel to the project, and a schedule of investments that depend on whether a tribal casino is built in Park City by the Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma.

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