2009 May 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Waukomis Masonic Lodge 161 is sponsoring Pig In The Park today. The meal will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Drummond School Gym because of the weather. There will be auction items, bingo and food. All proceeds benefit Drummond High School Quiz Bowls trip to nationals this summer in Chicago.
Two poker players have sued a handful of local casinos, including the Hustler in Gardena and Hollywood Park in Inglewood, for allegedly not letting them qualify for a “no purchase necessary” jackpot unless they paid table fees.
Thu, May 7, 2009 Las Vegas casino dealers are exposed to a host of harmful chemicals through secondhand smoke while on the job, according to a new National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health study.
Some workers at the Seminole Casino in Immokalee says they’re nervous they could lose their jobs.
Foxwoods Resort Casino and Gov. M. Jodi Rell have agreed to limit smoking areas inside the Connecticut attraction that draws tens of thousands of visitors daily.
Governor Crist believes the Seminole Tribe will accept the gambling compact being offered by lawmakers.
AFTER the infamous beating case at a secondary school in Seri Kembangan, Serdang, it is in the spotlight again for alleged gambling activities.
A gambling deal awaiting final legislative approval in Tallahassee Friday lays the groundwork for slots and possibly a new card room in Palm Beach County for the Rooney family, whose various members own the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Palm Beach Kennel Club.
Legislative leaders struck an eleventh-hour accord on Seminole gambling Wednesday, in a deal that would authorize table games at Hard Rock in Hollywood and generate $150 million a year for Florida schools.