2007 March 25 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
New Yorks highly lucrative thoroughbred horse racing franchise has attracted a frenzy of interest from major gambling and horse racing companies.
For a look at the possible future of smoking in Minnesota, witness a recent late afternoon at the Treasure Island Resort and Casino near Red Wing. Shortly after 4 p.m., when the Tradewinds buffet opened, a line snaked around the slot machines to take advantage of the $12.99 dinner. A father with his daughter on his shoulders stood behind the rope guideline, one of many families in line. A few …
LAS VEGAS: It is dead inside Favorites bar this afternoon, where the propped-open door spills a bit of light onto the ancient Elvis pin ball machine and the grumpy man puffing on a cigarette in front of the …
I would like to start by saying Im sorry. I am sorry that unfortunately on March 3 none of the local reporters from any of the newspapers had the opportunity to cover Hampshire Elementary Schools family bingo night. This night was a huge success.
The killing of top international coach Bob Woolmer revives concerns about gambling in a sport that once epitomized fair play.
Steve Beshear, the son of a small-town Baptist preacher, has no misgivings in promoting expanded gambling as a cure for Kentucky’s problems.
With a casino likely in Wayland, and one on the way in Berrien County, some of Grand Rapids’ politicians are thinking in dollar signs for the city.
Chances are you have filled out your brackets and are checking them constantly, because with March Madness, comes gambling madness. For most of us, its usually some harmless small time betting, but for others it doesn’t stop there.
Napa Valley Exposition is an oasis of solitude this weekend. Except for a few bingo games, the 31-acre fairgrounds is as quiet as a state park.