From the Lincoln, Nebraska Journal Star-
OMAHA — The National Indian Gaming Commission has again approved the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska’s plan to build a casino near Omaha, but after a decade of court hearings, the project’s future remains uncertain.
The commission’s ruling this week came nearly 10 years after it first approved the proposed casino in Carter Lake, Iowa.
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The agenda for the MGC meeting December 6th will be posted here when it becomes available.
The St.Louis Post Dispatch reports on casino revenues. Read the story here.
Casino revenues are holding steady in St.Jo. Read about it in the
St.Jo News Press Now.
Interesting story in Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly about sports betting. Read it here.
The next meeting of the Missouri Gaming Commission will be Wednesday, December 6th at 10 a.m. in Jefferson City. The agenda will be posted here when it becomes available.
The Belleville News-Democrat has a story about the six St. Louis area casinos. Read it here.
Interesting editorial from the Belleville News Democrat on the proliferation of gambling in Illinois. Read it here.
Missouri Gaming Commission Senior Office Support Assistant Mandi Lambert is celebrating 5 years with the MGC. At the monthly meeting in Cape Girardeau, Deputy Director Tim McGrail presented Mandi with her 5 year certificate. Mandi has been the SOSA at Isle of Capri Cape Girardeau since they opened in 2012.
The next MGC monthly meeting is December 6th in Jefferson City. Start time is 10 a.m.