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Spotlight 29 shines light on New Edition

They have sold more than 40 million albums and scored hit after chart-topping hit, and now New Edition is coming to Spotlight 29 Casino on August 4.

San Manuel casino receives CCPG certification

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and California Council on Problem Gambling today jointly announced the designation of the San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino as a "Certified Responsible Gambling Establishment."

California casino funding questioned

News Brief: Hundreds of thousands of dollars set aside to help Inland communities deal with the impacts of Indian casinos went to unrelated projects, such as a rescue ambulance boat and a program for troubled students, according to a state audit released Thursday.

California casino foes expected to push for vote

News Brief: The final processing of the recently signed casino compacts will start the clock on a 90-day window for opponents to collect signatures needed to put the multibillion-dollar deals to a statewide vote.

Gov. Schwarzenegger signs gaming agreements

News Brief: The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians along with two other tribes this morning quietly reached the end of a campaign to expand their tribal casinos when the governor signed bills ratifying revised gambling agreements.

California lottery offers luckiest day promo

The California Lottery is celebrating that luckiest of days, July 7, 2007 with a new SuperLOTTO Plus promotion.

Thunder Valley plans expansion

News Brief: The Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln is set to get a multimillion-dollar expansion that will make it one of the biggest casinos in Northern California.

River Rock plans expansion

The River Rock Entertainment Authority reports that its Board of Directors has announced plans to build a complete destination resort on its Rancheria in Alexander Valley.

California side deal rejected

News Brief: The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has rejected a side agreement to its compact with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger that could jeopardize its right to install at least 5,000 more slot machines.

Morongo chairman comments on compact

Morongo Band of Mission Indians Tribal Chairman Robert Martin comments on the California State Assembly recent passage of tribal-state gaming compact.

Lakes Entertainment closes financing for Foothill Oaks Casino

Lakes Entertainment, Inc. closed on a $450 million senior note financing to fund the Foothill Oaks Casino project in Shingle Springs, California.

Fresno mayor to veto gambling amendement

News Brief: The Fresno City Council voted to lift the limit on how much players can bet in the popular card game Texas Hold 'em but Mayor Autry is expected to veto the amendment.

Spotligth 29 chooses Compudigm, Teradata systems

Compudigm International and Teradata reports that Spotlight 29 Casino will deploy Compudigm’s Gaming POWER Launch solution powered by a Teradata Data Warehouse.

Governor Schwarzenegger signs MOA with tribes

Governor Schwarzenegger today announced memoranda of agreement (MOAs) have been signed with the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians; the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation; the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.

Pechanga reveals art collection

Pechanga Resort & Casino today enhanced its reputation for elegant style, cultural diversity and fine art with the unveiling of six original oil-on-canvas paintings from the Pechanga Collection By Todd White, a noted expressionist.

Cash Systems, Fantasy Springs renew contract

Cash Systems, Inc. reports another multi year contract for powercash with the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino. powercash is the first product of the Company's joint venture with Bally Technologies and Scotch Twist.

California tribes, Assembly Democrats reach agreement

News Brief: A group of powerful Southern California Indian tribes have reached a tentative accord with Assembly Democrats that could clear the way for ratification of multibillion-dollar gambling compacts that have been stalled since August.

Timbisha Shoshone casino unlikely

News Brief: Where the Timbisha Shoshone tribe once hoped to cash in with slot machines, busy parking lots filled with shopping carts now seem more likely.

Financing complete for Foothill Oaks casino

Lakes Entertainment, Inc. reports that an affiliate of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians is expected to close on a $450 million senior note financing to fund the Foothill Oaks Casino project in Shingle Springs, California.

Thunder Valley Casino expansion planned

News Brief: The United Auburn Indian Community announced its planned expansion of Thunder Valley Casino near Lincoln, California, that is set to include a five-star, 23-level hotel, performing arts center and more gaming space.

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