Stillaguamish tribal members and guests hold up shovels during a groundbreaking ceremony for a more than $60 million expansion at the Angel of the Winds Casino Resort on Tuesday in Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Stillaguamish tribal members and guests hold up shovels during a groundbreaking ceremony for a more than $60 million expansion at the Angel of the Winds Casino Resort on Tuesday in Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Bowling, steaks, concerts: Angel of the Winds aims for more

The casino broke ground Tuesday on its expansion, with plans to add 150 employees when opened.

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