By Steve Liewer
The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska’s new casino in Carter Lake will open at noon on Nov. 1, said Larry Wright Jr., the tribe’s chairman, following a ceremonial ribbon-cutting. Tribal members will get an advance tour Wednesday.
The 9,500-square-foot Prairie Flower Casino is on 5 acres of land at Ninth Street and Avenue H, about 3 miles north of downtown Omaha. It will feature 200 slot-style machines, a full-service bar and a snack bar but no table games for now, at least. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for people 21 and older.
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