2009 September 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The federal court sentenced yesterday to seven years in prison a man who robbed a poker establishment on Rota.
The South East Association for Special Parks and Recreation’s Eagles program is all about nudging its members beyond their usual routine.
If given the chance to vote on issue, most would reject key funding aspect of public works bill Opposition to video gambling has softened in the last six years, but nearly 60 percent of Illinois voters say they would cast a ballot to ban poker machines in their local bars and restaurants if given the chance, a Tribune/WGN poll found.
My battle with bingo wings, by Michelle Obam
“That’s a BINGO!” shouts Col. Hans Landa to Lt. Aldo Raine in Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, “Inglorious Basterds,” which debuted Aug. 21, 2009. The hit has received 8.7 out of 10 stars from users on www.imdb.com and has earned over $140 million in the USA and overseas.
TALLAHASSEE Northeast Florida gaming establishments are adding their voice to the list of gambling interests who have lined up against Gov. Charlie Crists proposed pact with the Seminoles opposition that is complicating an already difficult effort to get the measure approved. Based on what we know, this is not a good deal for the state of Florida, said Michael Munz, spokesman for …
Revenues in August for Detroit’s three casinos were down from the same month of 2008.
A 58-year-old Olivehurst woman missing since last week was found this evening in Oroville, a Yuba County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman said. Clarice Reed, of South Gledhill Avenue, was found gambling at the Gold Country Casino in Oroville, wher
Anne Arundel has delayed vote on zoning to allow the machines, but Baltimore has embraced them.