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Boyd Gaming awarded more than $145,000 to non-profit organizations

A total of 18 Boyd Gaming destinations participated in Wreaths of Hope in Nevada, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Pennsylvania.

Boyd Gaming to reopen properties in three states

Boyd Gaming Corporation today announced plans to resume operations at 13 properties in Nevada, Missouri and Iowa, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals.

Churchill Downs begins to open 12 off-track betting and casino properties

Churchill Downs announced that reopenings for its 12 Fair Grounds Off-Track Betting & Casinos have begun.

Casinos in Louisiana begin reopening today

The Pelican State's Governor John Bel Edwards has given the approval to casinos to start the reopening process today at 25% capacity and only 50% of their gaming positions can be available to players.

Boyd Gaming begins casino and racetrack reopening process

Seven properties in Louisiana and Mississippi will resume operations this week, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals.

Boyd Gaming properties in five states extend closures

Boyd Gaming Corporation today provided an update on its previously announced property closures in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Boyd Gaming launches new B Connected

The nationwide player loyalty program is being brought to a new level with the addition of new reward tiers and exclusive new benefits for Boyd Gaming customers.

Boyd Gaming donates to the American Red Cross

The company will contribute $50,000 to support relief efforts following flooding in the state of Louisiana.

Gaming industry commitment to New Orleans unwavering after the disaster

Boomtown Casino, a roughly 20-minute drive southeast of the French Quarter in Harvey, reopened in the aftermath to give storm-weary residents needed entertainment and to serve thousands of meals to law enforcement personnel, electrical crews and construction workers who were putting New Orleans back together.

Inside Gaming: Harrah's New Orleans sees revenue drop under smoking ban

New Orleans's smoking ban, which went into effect in April, is being blamed for a 16% decline in the casino's gaming revenue.

Inside Gaming: New Orleans readies smoking ban, but it won't happen here

Next month, New Orleans will ban smoking in most public venues within Orleans Parish, including bars, hotels, sports stadiums and restaurants. Harrah’s New Orleans is also on the no-smoking list.

AGS completes successful field trial at Treasure Chest Casino

The gaming machine designer made headway in the Louisiana market by introducing three games to Treasure Chest.

Several Gulf Coast casinos to halt operations because of storm's pending landfall

Harrah's New Orleans, Boyd Gaming Corp.'s Treasure Chest, and Pinnacle Entertainment's Boomtown New Orleans will voluntarily close indefinitely until further notice.

Healthy February for New Orleans casinos

New Orleans casinos enjoyed a happy February with all except Boomtown reporting increased revenue over Feb 2011 figures.

Louisiana casino industry slowly recovering from Katrina

News Brief: Louisiana's casinos took in a combined $58.4 million in September, down from $59.3 million in August.

Treasure Chest GM Brings Work Home

As general manager of Treasure Chest Casino, Kim Etland was tasked with bringing the Louisiana casino back to life while living in the casino’s parking lot after losing her home in the Hurricane Katrina.

Treasure Chest Casino to Reopen on Monday

Boyd Gaming Corporation reports that its Treasure Chest Casino in Kenner, Louisiana will reopen at noon on Monday, October 10, 2005.

Boyd Urging Employees to Contact Company

Boyd Gaming is urging employees affected by Hurricane Katrina to call their employee hotline.

Boyd's Treasure Chest Reports No Significant Damage

Boyd Gaming Corporation reports that upon preliminary review, its Treasure Chest Casino in Kenner, Louisiana, was not significantly damaged as a result of Hurricane Katrina.

Lawsuit Pending Involving Former Casino Owner in Edwards Case

News Brief: If the former owner of the Treasure Chest Casino has to pay Louisiana millions of dollars he made in a riverboat licensing scheme involving former Gov. Edwin Edwards, he wants the U.S. government to foot the bill.

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