DODGE CITY - The Lottery Gaming Facility Review Board voted 5-2 to approve
Butler National's plan for an $88 million state-owned casino in Dodge City. The
casino will be built on 394 acres near the old Santa Fe Trail, west of the
downtown area and feature an Old West theme. It will be named the Boot Hill
Casino and Resort.
There will be 2 phases of construction. The first phase will open in September
2009 with 575 slot machines and 10 gambling tables. The second phase will open
in 2011 with
875 slots, 20 table games, restaurants, convention center and a 124-room hotel.
The next step is a background check by the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission.
It is expected to be completed within a couple of months.
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