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T&H Bingo working toward reopening

T&H Bingo is currently working on the necessary requirements to reopen.

Tlingit and Haida Community Bingo will remain closed until 15 May

Tlingit and Haida Community Bingo in Juneau, Alaska announced in a 29 April Facebook post that it will remain closed until 15 May.

Tlingit & Haida Bingo will remain closed until 1 May

The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska property is extending its closure through 1 May 2020, according to a post on its Facebook page today.

Tlingit and Haida Community Bingo extends closure to 15 April

In light of a confirmed COVID-19 case in its community, Tlingit and Haida Community Bingo has extended its closure to 15 April.

Alabama governor issues statewide health order that temporarily closes gaming facilities

The order will temporarily close gaming facilities in the state, including Center Stage Alabama, Greenetrack and Tudor Bingo Center, effective immediately.

Sitka Tribal Bingo will be closed until further notice

Sitka Tribe of Alaska announced today that Sitka Tribal Bingo will be closed until further notice.

Sun'aq Tribal Bingo closes until further notice

After the CDC banned large events and mass gatherings with hopes of reducing the potential spread of coronavirus, Sun'aq Tribal Bingo will be closed until further notice.

Anchorage mayor announces closure of gaming facilities and other businesses

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced additional public health measures to protect Anchorage residents against COVID-19, including the closure of gaming facilities.

Tlingit and Haida Community Bingo announces temporary closure

Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the health of players, T&H Bingo will be suspending all bingo and pull tab operations for the remainder of March.

Alaska tribe withdraws appeal

News Brief: An Alaska tribe withdrew its official appeal Wednesday on an Indian gambling matter that some had warned eventually could have a devastating economic impact in Oklahoma.

Alaska tribal recognition opposed

ews Brief: Citing a new application for tribal gambling in Eklutna, Republican legislative leaders say they want the federal government to reverse course and overturn recognition of Native tribal governments in Alaska.

Alaskan gambling ad bill introduced

News Brief: Not-for-profit organizations will be able to promote charitable raffles and lotteries by way of radio or television broadcasting under legislation recently introduced by Representative Kyle Johansen.

Alaska Man Wins First WSOP Seat in Milwaukee's Best/NLOP Giveaway

Tony Green, a 34-year old salesman from Anchorage, Alaska, earned a seat in the Main Event of the 2007 World Series of Poker (WSOP) by winning the first of seven online poker tournaments in the Milwaukee's Best Light Texas Hold'em Challenge on Sunday night.

New Playing Cards Invented

The monarchic structure of standard playing cards with King, Queen and Jack is now breaking apart by an Alaskan game designer who invented a new "democratic" deck with a 64-person family in six generations.

Alaska Poker Advocate Pushes for Card Rooms

News Brief: The man dubbed ‘Alaska's Poker Guru’ pitched the Anchorage business community Monday on his efforts to legalize card rooms in the state.

Alaska Card Room Bill Receives House Support

News Brief: The Alaska House has voted to legalize card rooms where gamblers can wager against one another on poker and other games.

Alaskan Poker Bill Finds Supporter

News Brief: A Juneau business owner told a group of lawmakers Friday that he supports a bill that would legalize poker rooms in Alaska.

Alaskan Card Rooms Plan Gains Momentum

News Brief: A push to legalize card rooms for gamblers has momentum in the closing weeks of the legislative session.

Anchorage Residents Charged with Running Illegal Lottery

A federal grand jury has indicted 15 people for allegedly running an illegal lottery in stores throughout Anchorage.

Alaska House Passes Gambling Proposal

News Brief: A new proposal passed by the Alaska House of Representatives Monday would allow cities of 150,000 or more to establish legalized casino gambling.

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