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Black Oak Casino installs PokerPro tables

PokerTek announces the installation of four PokerPro tables at the Black Oak Casino in Tuolumne, CA.

Dresner Corporate Services, Foothill Oaks Casino sign deal

Dresner Corporate Services, Inc. has been retained by the Shingle Springs Tribal Gaming Authority to provide public relations support for the Foothill Oaks Casino.

Agua Caliente Band launch recycling program

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and its casino properties, Spa Resort Casino and Agua Caliente Casino, have launched a recycling program that will not only benefit the environment, but also a local animal shelter.

Valley View Casino adds hotel

News Brief: The Valley View Casino is planning to continue its expansion with a boutique hotel designed to cater to well-heeled gamblers.

Barstow casino compacts may expire

News Brief: The California Senate adjourned for the 2007 legislative session and failed to approve the agreements necessary for the Big Lagoon Rancheria and Los Coyotes Indian tribes to build a casino in Barstow.

Garden Grove rejects casino proposal

News Brief: The Garden Grove City Council voted unanimously late Tuesday to kill a casino proposal that promised $70 million in annual tax revenue and college scholarships to every high school graduate.

San Diego group explores tribal gaming

The San Diego Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America will explore the growth of tribal gaming during a luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. .18, 2007 at Napa Valley Grille atop Horton Plaza.

Woman claims $93 million Superlotto jackpot

After a highly publicized search, Judy Taylor, an executive assistant from Alameda, has finally come forward as the lucky winner of the $93 Million SuperLOTTO Plus jackpot.

Contractor named for Foothills Oaks casino

Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. announced today that it has been named General Contractor for the $200 million Foothill Oaks Casino in Placerville, California.

Bally Technologies, Fantasy Springs sign deal

Bally Technologies, Inc. has signed a comprehensive contract with Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California, to provide bonusing technology, a table games management solution and 2,000 iVIEW slot machine displays.

California tribes contribute $11 million to campaign

News Brief: Four California tribes with amended casino agreements recently contributed $11 million to a campaign committee opposing efforts to repeal the deals.

Oversight on casino funding

News Brief: The California Gambling Control Commission hasn't done what is needed to ensure that casino tribes pay their fair share to a fund for communities affected by casinos, an appeals court has ruled.

Garden Grove casino decision expected soon

News Brief: A controversial casino proposal from a Los Angeles Indian tribe could be voted down at Tuesday’s council meeting, once again erasing a casino from Garden Grove’s resort blueprint.

San Manuel hosts Annie Duke $100,000 Hold 'Em Tournament

On Thursday, October 25, San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino will raise the bar on its commitment to providing world-class gaming and entertainment by holding the Annie Duke $100,000 Hold 'Em Tournament.

California unlikely to restore gaming funding

News Brief: The California Legislature seems increasingly unlikely to restore millions of dollars that would help Inland communities deal with the burdens of nearby tribal casinos.

WPT Ladies Night winner crowned

Kristy Gazes outlasted some of the biggest names in poker to claim victory at Bicycle Casino's WPT Ladies Night tournament.

Another gaming compact reviewed

News Brief: As the end of the California Legislature's session nears, the fifth Indian gaming compact that was part of the campaign that included the local Agua Caliente and Morongo tribes has been revived.

California lawsuit reinstated

News Brief: A California court reinstated a lawsuit by a former gambling commission agent who says California has lost $330 million by allowing Indian tribes to pay less than they should from slot machine revenue at casinos.

$93 million jackpot winner still unknown

The owner of the single winning ticket for the $93 million California SuperLOTTO Plus jackpot has not yet stepped forward.

Labor day proves to be lucky with Paradise Jackpots at Agua Caliente Casino

A Los Angeles man, who almost turned down a trip to Agua Caliente Casino, won a Superball Keno slot machine jackpot worth $67K on Labor Day.

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