2006 January 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Police were searching for a pair of armed robbers Saturday night. Two masked-men reportedly tried to rip off the Drag Strip Bingo in Milton.
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UPI) — An online sports betting Web site has announced odds on which commercial will win USA Today’s 18th Annual Ad Meter poll.
With the arrest of six people Thursday charged with running an illegal “Texas Hold ‘em” club in Farmingdale, the explosion of gambling — legal and illegal — is back in the forefront.
Ever said something you wish you hadn’t? Unless you’re a Trappist monk, in which case you are unlikely to be reading this column, I wouldn’t mind betting that you have. My foot-in-mouth moment came when I described Chile as ‘the Volvo of the wine world’ in these pages a few years ago.
B1, I28, N36, G50, O73 BINGO! One game down, many more to play, that is if you attend the Clinton-Sampson Rotary Clubs Super Bingo on Saturday, Feb. 4 that raises money for young people across the county.
GRASS VALLEY, Calif. Nevada Countys only legal gambling facility can stay open while investigators probe complaints against it, the California Gambling Control Commission says. State gambling regulators temporarily forced the Gold Rush Casino and Gaming Parlor to shut down in September, then put club owner Sue Barrows on four months of probation for filing late paperwork. Barrows said the tardy
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ The state finance director is drastically reducing expectations of making money from Oklahoma’s casino industry. Tribal and racetrack casinos had been projected to produce nearly $53 million this year for education programs.
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By Jim Litke The Associated Press Guys who own Las Vegas casinos had better know a thing or two about bluffing. And obviously, they relish a gamble. But those aren’t the only reasons Sacramento Kings co-owners Joe and Gavin Maloof were all smiles when the deal that brought them Ron Artest from Indianapolis was finally sealed.