ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) -- The Catawba Indian Nation plans to open its new high stakes bingo parlor in Rock Hill in March.
The Herald of Rock Hill reports (http://bit.ly/1cTNghR ) the tribe signed a lease for a 45,000 square-foot building near Interstate 77.
The Catawbas have not released many details about the new bingo hall, including what kinds of prizes will be awarded or how much it will cost to run. The tribe has a license to give away up to $100,000 in the games.
The tribe received permission to run the bingo hall in its 1993 settlement with the state and federal governments. The Catawbas first bingo hall was open from 1997 to 2006 in Rock Hill.
The tribe is also suing the state to get permission to open a casino in York County.