Mission, OR – Yesterday the new restrictions approved by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) Incident Command Team (ICT) took effect, temporarily closing select business units.
Tribal businesses that remain open include the casino, RV park and hotel at Wildhorse Resort, Wildhorse and Birch Creek Golf Courses, Museum Store at Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, Arrowhead Travel Plaza and Mission Market (drive through only) and Hamley’s Store and Saddle Shop. The Clubhouse Grill and Golf Grill, Kinship Café at Tamástslikt, Wild Roast, the Sports Bar, and Traditions restaurant, Burgers and More, Brigham’s Fish and Chips, and Hamley’s Steakhouse are open for take-out. Call the specific business to confirm hours or to order food.
The casino continues to operate at 50% capacity for social distancing measures, as it has for most of the year. Retail operations will limit capacity to 75%. Tamástslikt’s Museum Store is open from Tuesday-Saturday from 11am-4pm and Kinship Café Tuesday-Saturday 11am-2pm. Social distancing, mask wearing, and not entering if you are unwell or have been recently exposed to COVID-19 apply to all entities.
Quaking Aspens Lanes, the Wildhorse Cineplex, the Family Funplex arcade, Child Entertainment Center, Plateau, Moe Pho and the Museum exhibits at Tamástslikt are closed for the next two weeks, through Wednesday, December 2. Moe Pho’s Main Street location remains open for take-out.
The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation is made up of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Tribes, formed under the Treaty of 1855 at the Walla Walla Valley, 12 Stat. 945. In 1949, the Tribes adopted a constitutional form of government to protect, preserve and enhance the treaty rights guaranteed under federal statute.