Also reappointed were all four members of the tribe’s Business Committee: Mike Lopez, Maxine Littlejohn, Gary Pace and Raul Armenta.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians has donated $25,000 to this year's Central Coast Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots campaign, which se…
The Chumash Casino Resort generated $6,483 during its annual Project Pink campaign, which raises money for breast cancer awareness through the…
Chumash officials confirmed via social media on Friday that the casino would not shutter, as the order does not affect tribal casinos across California, although its three hotels — including Hotel Corque, Hadsten House and resort hotel — would close.
Joining Vanderbilt University in Detroit and eight others, the Chumash Casino Resort was recognized in part for its innovative approach to diverting waste and its TRUE Silver Zero Waste certification, awarded by the council to the resort in 2019.
A number of pink-colored nibbles, specialty desserts and drinks will be for purchase at eateries located throughout the resort property to help raise funds for the Mission Hope Cancer Center.
The Chumash Casino Resort like other tribal casinos across California has been minimally affected by Gov. Newsom's July 1 order that called for the shutdown of cardrooms and indoor business operations for restaurants, wineries, bars, movie theaters and zoos in 19 counties, including Santa Barbara, due to a spike in COVID-19 cases throughout the state.
The Chumash Casino Resort confirmed on Thursday that five employees recently tested positive for COVID-19, nearly two weeks after their first …
The single case was determined by the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department (SBCPHD) to be a low-risk, minimal exposure case, that was limited to the back of the house.
The Chumash Casino Resort officially reopened at noon Wednesday. Kenneth Kahn, tribal chairman for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, said the resort has tapped into its resources to purchase high-tech equipment and materials to modify the way they do business because of the pandemic.
The Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez will reopen its doors at noon June 10 with strict safety measures and cleaning procedures in place, a spokesman for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians announced Wednesday.
The Chumash Casino Resort diverted nearly 1,500 tons of waste from landfills to achieve its zero waste goal.