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Wyoming tribal gaming plans on track

News Brief: While the Northern Arapaho Tribe is on track to open its new Wind River Casino by year’s end, the Eastern Shoshone Tribe is two weeks away from wrapping up construction of a small casino site near Riverton, Wyoming.

Wyoming casino discontinues bingo

News Brief: The Northern Arapaho Tribe's Wind River Casino has discontinued offering bingo.

Estimates released for Wyoming lottery

News Brief: It's possible that a lottery in Wyoming could generate $12 million in annual revenue and profits between $1.4 million and $3.6 million, according the nonpartisan Legislative Service Office.

Wyoming Court Upholds Gambling Machine Ban

News Brief: The Wyoming Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a ban on a form of electronic gaming that allows gamblers to place bets on horse races that have already taken place.

Wyoming Committee Authorizes Powerball Legislation

News Brief: In the latest push to make Wyoming a Powerball state, an interim legislative committee on Monday authorized legislation allowing Wyoming to join the multistate lottery.

Wyoming Tribe Moves Forward with Casino

News Brief: With Wednesday's approval of a gambling compact with the state of Wyoming, the Eastern Shoshone Tribe can now move forward with a lot of key decisions concerning its plans for Wind River Indian Reservation casinos, a tribal leader said.

Wyoming Tribes Pursue Casino Expansion

News Brief: In both the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes are pursuing expanded or new gambling operations, according to Thursday testimony to the state Legislature's Select Committee on Tribal Relations.

Wyoming Bill Outlines Gaming Commission

News Brief: A Wyoming charity could receive millions of dollars from its bingo game and not be required to give even $1 to its stated mission of helping people, according to a draft bill approved Tuesday creating a commission to regulate gambling.

Charity Bingo Hall Raises Millions

News Brief: Millions of dollars have flowed over the years through Troopers Bingo, the main fund-raising arm of the nonprofit Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps.

Wyoming Tribal Casino Adds Machines, Tables

News Brief: Higher-stakes gambling machines and blackjack tables could be installed in the Northern Arapaho Tribe's existing bingo parlor near Riverton within 60 days, the Wind River Casino's chief executive officer said.

Wyoming Tribe Pushes for Own Casino

News Brief: The Eastern Shoshone Tribe is moving aggressively toward having its own casino and intends to have a site for the facility selected by the end of September, a tribal leader said.

Wyoming Governor to Support Tribal Casino

News Brief: Admitting defeat over the Indian gambling issue, Gov. Dave Freudenthal declared Tuesday that his administration will do everything it can to ensure a positive outcome for the Wind River Indian Reservation, local communities and the state.

Wyoming Looks for Public's Casino Comments

News Brief: People will have the chance to offer their views about gambling in Wyoming at a legislative meeting.

Wyoming Won't Appeal Casino Ruling

News Brief: Wyoming will probably not appeal a recent court ruling that grants the Northern Arapaho tribe permission to offer casino-style gambling on the Wind River Indian Reservation, state Attorney General Pat Crank said.

Second Appeals Court Ruling Upholds Reservation Gambling

Developers say the planned Wind River Casino could open by next spring following a second appeals court ruling that says the state didn't negotiate in good faith with the Northern Arapaho tribe.

Wyoming Bingo Hall Goes Electronic

News Brief: Electronic bingo is back at the Lions Club's Hilltop Bingo, and the hall's manager said this version of the game conforms to a judge's ruling in January that darkened gaming video monitors in Wyoming.

Judge Rules against Machines Used to Gamble on Horses

A Laramie County judge ruled that machines used to bet remotely on horse racing are illegal, shutting down the machines at one local business.

Creation of Wyoming Gaming Commission Is Urged

Wyoming needs a gaming commission to provide consistent regulation of gambling, rather than the somewhat fractured system in place now, the state attorney general and others told an interim legislative committee.

Wyoming Tribe Plans Casino

News Brief: With any luck, the Wind River Casino will be open by Christmas, according to Northern Arapaho Business Council Chairman Rick Brannan.

Wyoming Gets Another Chance to Block Indian Casino

Federal appeals-court judges considering an Indian gambling case said Tuesday that Wyoming's gambling laws are so vague and confusing they might have to ask the state's Supreme Court for clarification.

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