2007 October 09 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Evelyn Admenta, Kevin Kerley, Joanne Johnson and Mildred Frank play Bingo at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Monday night. [Photo by Brian Leddy/Independent]
“The UMass name and logo are university property, and they cannot be used without the university’s permission. This Web site is not an appropriate use.”Read the rest »
“Satellites for this event start at only $11+1, meaning that even players with small bankrolls can get in on the action.”Read the rest »
Waterloo, Ia. The Wild Rose Casino of Emmetsburg has never been a genuine riverboat, and state regulators decided today that it can quit pretending to be any type of gambling vessel.
GRAY — After losing nearly everything they owned, the Breaux family found themselves in a bingo hall last week, searching for help to rebuild their lives.
SEABROOK - If New Hampshire approved casino gambling tomorrow and Seabrook’s Yankee Greyhound race track was the first in line to add video gaming machines to its offerings, Seabrook’s selectmen would have no problem with the scenario.
NEW YORK, October 9 (newratings.com) - Analyst Ryan L Worst of Brean Murray upgrades Century Casinos Inc (ticker: CNTY) from “hold” to “buy.” The target price is set to $8.50.
The New York Times has a lengthy look at an unorthodox way to spread the religious word: Halo 3 multiplayer matches. Churches across the country have adopted ‘Halo Nights’ as a way to get kids together in religious centers and church basements. “The alliance of popular culture and evangelism is challenging churches much as bingo games did in the 1960s. And the question fits into a rich debate …
Eds: Moving on general news and financial services. KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A Las Vegas company has proposed a $600 million mixed-use development project to become the seventh applicant vying to build a casino in Wyandotte County.