The Mississippi Band of Chowctaw Indians have not had an increase of gaming
revenues. However, they have remained steady.
This was reported by the Choctaw Gaming Commission, which met on Thursday with
the Mississippi Gaming Commission. Specific figures were not provided, however
it was noted that gaming on the NeShoba County reservation has been stable for
several months. This information was provided by Choctaw Commissioner Angela
Denson. Choctaw casino operations are not regulated by the state.
Currently the Golden Moon Casino is only open on the weekends. Hotel hours have
been extended to operate from Thursday to Monday. 570 workers were laid off in
January and an additional 40 in March of last year.
Silver Star Hotel and Casino, the tribes first property, have not been affected
by lay offs.
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