Rincon Tribal Chairman has much on his plate: online poker, roads, and water rights.

Rincon Tribal Chairman Bo Mazzetti. The Roadrunner recently did a wide ranging interview with Rincon Tribal Chairman Bo Mazzetti, who has served as chairman since 2007. He recalled the one of the first interviews he ever did was with Van Quackenbush, the founder of The Roadrunner in 1974, shortly after the paper began publishing. “I was the Indian Affairs Officer for the county,” recalled Mazzetti. “There wasn’t a place to meet so we sat under a pepper tree on the hood of my car between the two churches on the reservation.” “First of all,” he said, “I’d like to congratulate on The Roadrunner on its new ownership. We’re glad to see it back in local control and looking like the old Roadrunner.

Harrah's adopts Lake Wohlford

Escondido officials joined John Sebastian, director of casino operations for Harrah’s Resort Southern California, to celebrate the adoption of Lake Wohlford by the resort owned by the Rincon Band of Mission Indians. Sebastian told the Times-Advocate that “Harrah’s Resort and is really proud and excited to clean up the lake and the property at Lake Wohlford. We’re just a proud supporter of the tribe and Lake Wohlford.” With the adoption of the lake, Harrah’s employees will sponsor three lake cleanups in 2016. Harrah’s employees participated in two lake cleanups last year. Employees picked up trash and debris along the shoreline and in the the community areas. The unveiling of an adoption s

Doug's World: "Thumbs Up for Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians"

As another calendar year arrives, those media outlets who reflect and publish stories about Achievements Past, in this case 2015, are busy asking their staffs, their boards, their officials or the public to speak out on their choices for man or woman of the year, the people or groups they most admire, and in general those they wish to salute. It’s all good stuff, as I see it. I don’t need any help to name the most generous group in and around our valley. I don’t want to minimize individuals or groups for any selfless act of giving, but the unbelievable generosity of the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians is absolutely awesome. Yeah, sure, they have money to keep or to give based on the success

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