June Gambling Revenue in Deadwood Takes Dip

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DEADWOOD, S.D. (AP) – Gamblers were doing less betting in Deadwood last June.
Wagering during the month dropped about 5 percent. That represents $5 million less in betting.
Although June was down, Deadwood officials say betting during the first six months of the year is still higher than it was in 2011.
The Black Hills Pioneer reports that gross gambling revenues in Deadwood during the first six months of the year are up more than 7 percent.

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