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On November 1, 1989, gambling was officially legalized in Deadwood, South Dakota. As the casinos reopened, gamblers placed approximately $145 million in bets during the first eight months legalized gambling.…
Following stable growth over the summer months, gaming revenue in Deadwood took a fall in September. According to the Black Hills Pioneer, gaming numbers declined by nearly two percent when…
Deadwood’s casinos saw an uptick in revenue last month, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. In July 2017, just over $106 million was played on machines and tables in the city,…
In May, slot machines in Deadwood posted increased numbers when compared to May 2016, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. According to data from the South Dakota Gaming Commission, machine and…
In June 1905, the mayor of Deadwood and Lawrence County officials announced a gambling in Deadwood that would take effect in July, as reported by the New York Times. As…
Although revenue from gaming in Deadwood was still down 1.2 percent from March 2016, the decline is slower than in previous months of 2017, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. Gamers…
Gaming revenues dropped by 11 percent in February 2017 when compared to February 2016, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. The decline in revenue may be attributed to fewer visitors in…
Gaming revenue in Deadwood was down nearly 10 percent from January 2016, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. A total of $76.7 million was spent across tables and slot machines last…
A sharp decline in Deadwood’s gaming revenue closed out 2016, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. Revenue from December 2016 was down 25 percent when compared to December 2015. The total…
Deadwood's gaming revenue in November edged up 1.25 percent when compared to November of last year, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. This month’s slight increase marks a break from previous…
Gaming revenue in Deadwood was down 6.6 percent in October, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. Gamblers spent s $92.4 million at casinos in Deadwood last month, reflecting the 6.6 percent decrease…
September’s gaming revenue in Deadwood decreased by 10.23 percent when compared to revenue at the same time last year, as reported by South Dakota Department of Revenue September Industry Statistics…
Cadillac Jack’s Gaming Resort is moving forward with its second major renovation effort following the approval of a Tax Increment District located southwest of the hotel and casino, according to…
Revenue from gambling in Deadwood this August was down 4.7 percent from August 2015, as reported by the Black Hills Pioneer.  Deadwood Gaming Association Executive Director Mike Rodman attributed the…
The slowdown in production in both the North Dakota oil fields and the Wyoming coal industry has rippled through Deadwood casinos, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. For at least two consecutive…
Gamblers wagered $85.2 million at Deadwood slot machines and table games in January 2016, a 1.71 bump up from January 2015, reports the Black Hills Pioneer.  Gaming officials credited the…
Slot machine wagers in Deadwood dropped 4.78 percent in October 2015 as compared to October 2014, reports the Rapid City Journal. That drop drug overall Deadwood gambling down 3.42 percent…
Gamblers have wagered 3.46 percent more in Deadwood casinos in 2015 than in 2014, continuing a months-long trend of more gaming activity in the Wild West town, reports the Black Hills…
A noise ordinance would limit how loud outdoor noises in Deadwood could be and would prohibit most noisy activities between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., reports the Black Hills Pioneer. …
The South Dakota Commission on Gaming released May’s monthly summary in June, which reported that visitors to Deadwood has wagered nearly $95M during the month of May, reports the Black…
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