Category: Laughlin

DINNER SHOW PROGRAM BENEFITS CULINARY ARTS

The Sentimental Journey Dinner Show is scheduled from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM MST at the Avi Resort this Saturday. Voices of the River choir presents a 1940’s inspired dinner show with menu prepared by MCC Culinary Arts students from the Bullhead City campus. Fees/Admission: $35.00 per person, or reserved table of 8 for $300.00. Proceeds benefit the Bullhead City MCC Culinary Arts Student Scholarships. Contact Information: Louise Zaborsky 928-763-3646 or...

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NEVADA GAMING NUMBERS SLIDE IN FEBRUARY

February turned out to be a poor month for gaming properties in Nevada. Casinos across the silver state reported a gaming win of $945.6-million, down 4.5% from February, 2016. The decline was less sharp in nearby Laughlin. Casinos along the Colorado River reported a February gaming win of $43.4-million, down .62 percent from the same month last...

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RIVER COMMUNITIES STAGE FIRST ANNUAL SENIOR GAMES

  Bullhead City and Laughlin are partnering to promote and host their first senior games. Anyone 50 years of age or more is invited to compete in any of 16 athletic and gaming events that are offered the first year. Recreation Supervisor Katie Paul said some of the competitive events include poker and blackjack, as well as bowling, swimming and golf. She said prospective participants, or interested vendors and event volunteers, can learn more online (www.seniorgames.co) or through a phone call (855-924-6882 or 928-763-9400). Bullhead City Manager Toby Cotter said it is hoped that the Senior Games become another...

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LAUGHLIN CASINOS ENJOY HEALTHY NOVEMBER

Gaming revenue was up in Laughlin but down across the silver state for the month of November. The state Gaming Control Board reports that casinos across Nevada reported a 1.5% decline in the gaming win for November, compared to November, 2015. The November to November comparison was quite different for nearby Laughlin. Casinos along the Colorado River report a November gaming win of more than $40-million, a near 6% increase from the same month last...

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