Today it was announced as part of the casino's 'Play It Safe' initiative that the fully vaccinated will be able to visit the casino without face coverings. The casino is still asking those who have not been fully vaccinated to mask up.
Petoskey must be a different kind of place. A man was arrested there for stabbing a tribal police officer with a pen because he and his wife were denied re-entry into the casino. What's a little pee between strangers, right?
Darryl Green, who was employed as a dealer at Motor City Casino in 2014 when the alleged acts took place, is charged with making payouts to six friends on losing bets or not collecting payment on lost bets during games of Texas Hold ‘em.
As of yesterday Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette filed suit to stop the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians from building a $245 million casino in Lansing.
The suit says it would violate the terms of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1993 by not entering into revenue-sharing agreements with other tribes.
Well, that's the question. Battle Creek has one - Mt Pleasant has one - Detroit has 3 - and get ready to add Lansing to the list of bigger cities that will have one... although the governor and attorney general are opposed to it. I don't understand it. Detroit already has 3 - why should Lansing be any different? For that matter, we have Gun lake 20 minutes away. So I say, why not Grand Rapids? I