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12/21/2009WIRacine Elks Lodge to hire security for next bingo event (Journal-Times)
11/2/2009WIHo-Chunk buy rejected Beloit casino site (Business Journal of Milwaukee)
4/14/2008WIPotawatomi to add two restaurants as part of expansion (Business Journal of Milwaukee)
1/23/2008WISt. Croix Band in court over off-reservation casino (Beloit Daily News)
3/11/2007WICasino Brings Mixed Martial Arts Action to Wisconsin (PRWeb)
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Lake of the Torches Resort Casino

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toll-free: (800) 258-6724 


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All casinos in Wisconsin are Indian-owned. There are also a few bingo halls and one dog racetrack in The Badger State.

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