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  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Pamela Stottlemyre of Sacramento plays a slot machine at the Colusa Casino on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians In Colusa County, one of the stateÕs poorest tribes with terrible health issues has turned itself around by using the profits of its small - by Indian gaming standards Ð casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Fieldworker Efrain Carreon oversees control gates as water rushes toward tribal rice fields for the first time this season on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Margarita Jimenez of Princeton, left, and Mary Berger of Colusa work out at Colusa Casino's gym on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Tribal dentist Gurminderajit Sufi, left, works on Jonathan Anguiano, 14, of Arbuckle at the casino's Wellness Center on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Family physician James Barrett examines Debbie Keen, 55, of Colusa at the casino's Wellness Center on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Tribal dentist Gurminderajit Sufi works on Jonathan Jesus Lomeli, 10, of Arbuckle at the casino's Wellness Center on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. The clinic offers subsidized medical care for low income families.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Tribal member Kim Pina-Moore, foreground, and her fiancŽ Morgan Stromberg enjoy the weather at the casino's Wellness Center pool on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Current tribal chairman Daniel Gomez on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Tribal elder and former chairman Wayne Mitchum, left, and his son Rick Mitchum, currently the tribes secretary and treasurer participate in an economic development meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    Hazel Longmire, the tribe's vice chair on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    A tractor smooths over dirt before the rice field can be flooded and seeded on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    The Colusa Casino has a 20 percent ownership of this California Heritage Mill in Maxwell, not far from the casino.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    The Colusa Casino has a 20 percent ownership of a California Heritage Mill in Maxwell where rice is processed daily not far from the casino.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
  • Colusa Casino turns itself around by using the profits of its small casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses
    As the sun rises in the background, fieldworker Efrain Carreon checks irrigation boxes at one of the rice fields owned by the casino as water floods into the fields for the first time this season on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians In Colusa County, one of the stateÕs poorest tribes with terrible health issues has turned itself around by using the profits of its small - by Indian gaming standards Ð casino to diversify into nearly a dozen other businesses.
    Randy Pench | rpench@sacbee.com
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