MEDFORD, Ore. – Margaritaville’s Compass Hotel has officially opened its doors. Margaritaville’s newest hotel invites guests to an island-inspired paradise featuring what it calls the fun of its full-scale resorts, to a more boutique concept. The Coquille Tribe-backed hotel features ...

Update (05/23/22): NBC5 News is attempting to get clarification as to when the hotel will be open. This story will be updated when we hear back from the Coquille Indian Tribe. MEDFORD, Ore. —Jimmy Buffet and the Coquille Tribe, are ...

OREGON— The Coquille Tribe is in mourning, after Chief Don Ivy died Monday, after a seven month battle with cancer. The City of North Bend says he was 70-years-old and had been Chief since 2014. The city says he was ...

The Coos Bay Coquille Tribe’s efforts to build a casino was denied earlier this month. The Tribe is still moving forward with plans for a new hotel in south Medford. The proposed 65,000+ square foot hotel would be built by ...

NORTH BEND, Ore. — The Bureau of Indian Affairs has denied the Coquille Tribe’s application for a casino project in Medford according to the Tribal chairman. In a press release Thursday night, Coquille Tribal Chairman Brenda Meade criticized a Bureau ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Native American tribe looking to open a Medford casino is buying up property next door to its desired south Medford location. The Coquille tribe is buying property along Highway 99 in south Medford, it now owns ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– A local Native American tribe is crying foul over what they believe is favoritism from Governor Kate Brown toward another southern Oregon tribe. The Coquille Indian Tribe has been trying to build a small casino on land it ...

Medford, Ore. – [Update: 1/20/17- 7:00 p.m.] Plans are moving forward for a casino in south Medford. A memo released this week finds the Coquille Indian Tribe’s property on Highway 99, qualifies for gaming under provisions of the Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory ...

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