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    Shingle Springs, California (AP)

    A tribal casino scheduled to open later this year in Northern California shouldn’t have any problem filling its jobs.

    About 11,000 people applied for jobs at the Red Hawk Casino about 30 miles east of Sacramento. The casino, owned by the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, has 1,700 openings.

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