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Viejas Casino chef wins award

Viejas Casino is proud to announce Executive Chef Gary Thompson was awarded the “Chef of the Fest” award at the prestigious 4th Annual San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival.

Agua Caliente showcases 8 foot gingerbread house

Agua Caliente Casino has put the final touches on its annual Gingerbread castle display, heralding a very sweet start to the holiday season.

Coachella Valley Poker Championship returns

Break out your sunglasses and hoodie because the second annual Coachella Valley Poker Championship is coming in January to Spotlight 29 Casino.

Chinese duo at Spotlight 29

Ivy Ling Po and Hu Chin perform in Spotlight 29's Spotlight Showroom on January 5.

California compacts vote face delay

News Brief: U.S. Interior Department officials said that they will postpone the last step needed to finalize the unexpected federal approval of contentious Indian gambling agreements that still must go before California voters.

Spotlight 29 releases 2008 line-up

Spotlight 29 Casino is proud to announce its entertainment schedule for the first half of 2008

New Year's Raffle sales continue

Sales for the California Lottery's New Year’s Raffle continue up to the draw on New Year’s Eve or until tickets sell out, whichever comes first.

Spa Resort hosts ""Acoustic MIX-mas"

Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs will host the very first “Acoustic MIX-mas,” a star-studded charity concert to be held December 15th in conjunction with radio station MIX 100.5.

One ticket wins $46 million California Lottery jackpot

It has only been three days since California Lottery officials drew the $46 million jackpot's winning numbers but the winner has not yet come forward.

Agua Caliente ad team wins award

Caliente Ink, the in-house advertising team for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, has taken top honors at the Electronic Media Awards in Las Vegas for the second year in a row.

Still no funding for California compacts

News Brief: Gov. Schwarzenegger has started to defend four tribal casino expansion deals he negotiated last year, but he still has not committed to raising money or campaigning for the agreements.

Mad Money Scratchers game released

Mad Money Scratchers game represents a first time partnership between Overture Films and the California Lottery.

Powercash goes live at Fantasy Springs

Cash Systems, Inc. reports that the implementation of powercash at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino.

Big ad campaigns for California casino vote

News Brief: Both sides of the California Indian gaming compacts referenda are planning an expensive campaign that's likely to result in massive advertising.

Former official hopes to derail Rohnert Park proposal

News Brief: Sonoma County voters would weigh in on a proposed casino near Rohnert Park under a proposal by a former Petaluma city councilman who hopes a vote against it could derail the tribal gambling hall.

Official clears way for California casino votes

News Brief: California's chief election official has cleared the way for voters to decide on several casino expansions, though two of the four Indian tribes involved plan to renew legal efforts to keep the referenda off the Feb. 5 ballot.

River Rock exec resigns

The River Rock Entertainment Authority reports that Norman Runyan has resigned as Chief Operations Officer to pursue other interests.

Caliente Ink takes top honors at Electronic Media Awards in Vegas

Caliente Ink, the in-house advertising team for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, has taken top honors at the Electronic Media Awards in Las Vegas for the second year in a row.

Schwarzenegger backs bid to block casino vote

News Brief: Gov. Schwarzenegger has gotten involved in a Coachella Valley tribe's lawsuit seeking to block a public vote on its renegotiated gambling compacts with the state.

World Mahjong Tour secures funding

World Mahjong Tour, Inc. has secured Series A funding from Leo Chu who is owner of the Hollywood Park Casino and Crystal Park Casino based in Los Angeles, California.

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