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Everyone's A Winner
Mai Hoang of the Yakima Herald-Rupublic has reported that Yakama Nation Legends Casino, as part of a $90 million expansion, is planning to add approximately 100 new jobs to their staff.
Washington Hires New Jersey Consultants for Gambling Study
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A Washington state agency has hired New Jersey consultants to prepare an economic market study on gambling in the state.
The News Tribune reports that a press release says Spectrum Gaming Group has worked in the field since the 1980s and has conducted studies on gambling in…
Tribal Casinos Won't Take Welfare Cards Anymore
OLYMPIA (AP) -- Tribal casinos in Washington will no longer cash welfare cards under an agreement with the state Gambling Commission.
The commission said Tuesday that 27 of the 29 federally recognized tribes in the state -- including the Yakama Nation -- have agreed to amend gambling agreements to en…
Casinos Hope 21 Players AND Dealers Are Busted
The bust you get for going over 21 won’t be the biggest one at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City.
The casino plans to hire some - how shall we say? - well-endowed female dealers to distract people at the blackjack tables.