2007 June 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Kansas Lottery Commission on Friday approved Sumner County’s 2005 casino vote as sufficient under the state’s new gambling law. Voters in the county passed the referendum by 2,000 votes. The commission last month approved a similar election held in Crawford County two years ago. Three other counties authorized by the law as casino zones have yet to hold elections. Ford and Wyandotte …
The Fort Dodge Dragoons bingo games will go on under a deal with state regulators which resolves allegations that the group broke charitable gaming rules.
“Las Vegas is the most honest, fake city in the world.”Read the rest »
TIRO Jerry Kreinbrinks heart is in tractors. A volunteer firefighter since 1969, Kreinbrink helped set up the tractor display Friday night at the annual Tiro-Auburn Firefighters Festival.
ATLANTIC CITY — They could be sold any day now, but the three casinos bearing Donald Trump’s name have brand-new five-year licenses.
The Bay County Sheriff’s Office shut down a bingo hall in Cedar Grove because they say patrons were taking part in illegal gambling. Cedar Grove Police Cheif Guy Turcotte isn’t quite sure.
Once facing the possibility of losing a chance for a casino and hotel complex, Sumner County is a step closer to attracting one. The Kansas Lottery Commission ruled Friday that a Sumner County vote in December 2005 in favor of a casino qualifies it as a potential site for expanded gambling under a law enacted earlier this year. Any plan for a casino in Sumner County still must compete against …
“Guys getting married today want their party to be more about spending time with their friends.”Read the rest »
“Every other signatory affected will have a right to demand sanctions, and those sanctions may, depending on the circumstances, be applied against any American industry, from automobiles to semiconductors.”Read the rest »