2009 July 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
ALTOONA - State gambling regulators have agreed to accept new casino applications after hearing from officials in five counties where voters have approved the move. The applications must be submitted to the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission by Oct. 1, and it likely will be next year before any decisions are made.
BILOXI June was a wake-up month for Mississippi casinos, which saw the kind of bad hand dealt casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City for well over a year.
It’s only been 36 hours since the B-Sens found their new leading man, but here in Bingo people just can’t seem to stop talking about it. Yesterday, Don Nachbaur was named the fifth coach in franchise history. He brings to the table 15 years of coaching experience. And in that time, every single one of his teams have made the playoffs. But in the American Hockey League things can come a little …
The B-Mets get on the board first in this one as ike davis unloads on that Sea Wolves offering. The B-Mets lead 1-0. In the second the Mets score two, and here is the first. Jonathan Malo drives in Caleb Stewart, after the second the Mets take a 3-0 lead. Erie gets on the board in the fifth, as Cale Iorg singles in Andy Dirks, but Iorg gets caught in no-man’s-land, and bingo gets out of the …
ATLANTIC CITY-Two Atlantic City casino’s are threatening to replace dealers with either temporary or permanent workers, if the UAW goes out on strike.
A gambling operation is shut down, and numerous gambling machines confiscated in a Rusk County raid.
WHEELING - West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle racetracks won a $436.6 million jackpot of gambling revenue during fiscal 2009 - $18.7 million more than the Wheeling and Chester facilities gathered in fiscal 2008.
Bingo- every Sunday. Doors open at 1:00pm bingo starts 2pm. There are 3 jackpots and 27 games, Lacated- 1050 Joel Blvd. call- 369-2602 (There is also a breakfast buffet every Sunday from 9-1pm)
Prince George slot machines, bingo tables and poker games generated significantly less revenue during the last fiscal year, according to the B.C. Lottery Corporation’s annual report released this week.In all, gamblers brought $57.5 million into the Treasure Cove Casino and Chances Good Time Gaming Centre over 2008-09, down 25.6 per cent from the $77.3 million attained in 2007-08.Casino and …