2007 July 11 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
One speaker at a Wednesday town hall meeting about gambling said that a casino would boost Sedgwick County’s economy and tourism efforts, and that talk of increased problems some say come with a casino is “overblown.” But his counterpart said a casino would be a drain on the local economy, would more than double the number of addicted gamblers and negatively affect about one in every 10 …
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WHEN former Qantas hostess Suellen Cryer was busted with two bags of cocaine stuffed in her bra at Sydney airport, she claimed she smuggled the drugs to feed her addiction. via News.com.au
Though there was no organized fan campaign this time, the Internet has apparently saved another show from the cancellation pile. ABC announced Tuesday that it’s bringing back “National Bingo Night” for a five-night run in December.
NEWARK Judy Hoffer said her son enjoyed his job delivering pizzas, as well as playing bingo, listening to rock music and watching drag races at National Trail Raceway.
Video lottery and bingo terminal maker Multimedia Games Inc. said Wednesday it expects to buy back 2 million shares of common stock, based on the preliminary results of its previously announced “Dutch Auction” tender offer.
Cementing its strong position on the European e-gaming market, Ongame Network, a subdivision of the bwin Group and a leading provider of online gaming platforms, has disclosed a new agreement with the British gaming house Redbet Ltd. The Redbet gr
NETeller co-founder John Lefebvre pleaded guilty Tuesday to a conspiracy charge related to the processing of millions of dollars in gambling transactions, according to Reuters. via RGT Online
Quakertown rallies past Kutztown