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There's a chance to decide for yourself with his own show Wilson Dixon: The New Zealand Tour on television next week which features a mix of "occasionally perplexing experiences of New Zealand and the locals he meets along the way" and a performance
Friday at the Victor Community Center, 201 Portland Ave., and 10 a.m...Highway 67 There's still gold in them thar hills, and the Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mining Co. plans to keep digging for it. The state's largest gold mine is holding public
October marked the 20th anniversary of the legalization of gambling in Cripple Creek, but the celebration was mixed with apprehension in this historical mining town. The recession has taken a big chunk out of the discretionary spending gamblers are
That figure was disclosed today during a Colorado limited gaming control commission hearing in which regulators are reviewing whether to close the loophole. In fiscal 2010 the industry paid about $108 million gaming taxes. "The issue is significant,"
Statewide, revenue was off 3.9 percent in the month to $64.6 million, led by a $2 million slide in Black Hawk, where revenue was down 4.2 percent. Reader Comments We want our site to be a place where people discuss and debate Ideas that foster
The Share in the Care campaign, the private effort to raise money to help pay for the restoration of the dome, announced Thursday that AngloGold Ashanti will be donating 72 troy ounces of 24-karat gold from its Cripple Creek mine to regild the dome...
The September 10 killed Erica Girard, 19, and Joshua Carroll, 27. A third resident of the home, 51-year-old Keith Girard was also injured. Jeff Lindsey, chief deputy district attorney, said in a release that the office reviewed evidence from a
Colorado casinos reported revenues fell by 2.7 percent in the fiscal year that ended June 30, the Colorado Division of Gaming reported Thursday. The state's casinos brought in $754.1 million during the year, down from $764.9 million the year previous.
In a lawsuit filed against the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission, Division of Gaming and others, Gilpin County alleges that regulators have for years misallocated gaming-tax revenue, a pot that exceeded $107 million in 2010. The county
Jim Druck wears a black leather cowboy hat with a rattlesnake band. He says he used to wear the hat pretty often, but since becoming the namesake and proprietor of Big Jim's Gambling Hall and Saloon in Cripple Creek, the hat is part of his uniform: